Fossils

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  • Opalized Ammonite Fossil – Featuring Red Flash!

    Ammonites are very powerful earth healing fossils. Its spiral shape symbolizes continual change and evolution. Ammonites have absorbed cosmic energy over eons of time and help to stimulate the life force (Chi) within. Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies.

  • Opalized Ammonite Fossil – Featuring Red Flash!

    Ammonites are very powerful earth healing fossils. Its spiral shape symbolizes continual change and evolution. Ammonites have absorbed cosmic energy over eons of time and help to stimulate the life force (Chi) within. Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies.

  • Opalized Ammonite Fossil – Featuring Red Flash!

    Ammonites are very powerful earth healing fossils. Its spiral shape symbolizes continual change and evolution. Ammonites have absorbed cosmic energy over eons of time and help to stimulate the life force (Chi) within. Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies

  • Opalized Ammonite Fossil – Featuring Red Flash!

    Ammonites are very powerful earth healing fossils. Its spiral shape symbolizes continual change and evolution. Ammonites have absorbed cosmic energy over eons of time and help to stimulate the life force (Chi) within. Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies

  • Orthoceras Fossil – Freestanding

    The fossils commonly known as orthoceras are extinct “straight-shelled” cephalopods that lived during the Upper Devonian period around 370 million years ago. They lived inside of their shell, had tentacles they could use to grab food and used jet propulsion, squirting water to move.

  • Ammonite Pair

    Ammonite

    Ammonites first appeared about 240 million years ago, though they descended from straight-shelled cephalopods called bacrites that date back to the Devonian, about 415 million years ago. Ammonites were prolific breeders, lived in schools, and are among the most abundant fossils found today.

  • Ammonite Pair

    Ammonite

    Ammonites first appeared about 240 million years ago, though they descended from straight-shelled cephalopods called bacrites that date back to the Devonian, about 415 million years ago. Ammonites were prolific breeders, lived in schools, and are among the most abundant fossils found today.