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Pyrite Concretion, Natural Formation


Regular price $143.00

This is an awesome Pyrite concretion with a spherical shape that stands for display. A beautiful and unusual find for any crystal or mineral collection, the symmetry and smoothness of this specimen is exceptional. The tiny Pyrite crystals have a wonderful sparkle in the sunlight. It can sit perfectly without a stand and is also comfortable to hold and admire. Pyrite concretions are a powerful blend of earth and fire energies that are deeply grounding and revitalizing.

Concretions are totally natural shapes created by specific geological conditions. These little wonders have long been regarded as geological curiosities. As for their origin, theories ranged from Dinosaur eggs to extraterrestrial artifacts. We now have a better understanding of how nature forms these seemingly unnatural shapes. The process usually begins with organic matter like a leaf, fossil or shell that is buried in the earth. This is the 'nucleus' of a concretion, so many fossil hunters will crack these open to see what they find. But I'd say this specimen is too beautiful for cracking!

  • You will receive the exact Pyrite concretion shown
  • PYR-0059
  • Size: 2.8in x 3.25in
  • Weight: 2lb
  • Includes my Pyrite Meaning Card
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    Pyrite is a beloved healing stone with a long history of medicinal and metaphysical uses. A magical blend of Earth and Fire Energies, Pyrite illuminates the darkness of the unknown while also protecting & guiding our explorations. Pyrite is thought to facilitate learning, spark creativity and aid in the development of psychic abilities. A stone for the Solar Plexus and Sacral Chakras. An Earth element with firey energy, Pyrite harnesses the power of the sun to warm and protect. It shields us from negative energy while bolstering confidence and stimulating the intellect. A wonderful stone for students and those in leadership positions.


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