Not at all a mineral, but a fossil! Ammonites roamed the seas over 64 million years ago and belong to a group of predators known as cephalopods, which include their living relatives like the octopus, squid, cuttlefish, & nautilus. They went extinct along with many other dinosaurs of their time, and they can also be found worldwide.


This is one of my favorite ammonite fossils, simply becasue it is so raw and natural. This specimen would look spectacualr in a collection or alone where it can be appreciated. Then again, many use ammmonites for their metaphysical properties. 


Ammonite is believed to be effective when placed directly on the Third Eye chakra. It represents coming full circle & knowing a place for the first time. Ammonite is known for its spiral shape symbolizing continual change in nature & influencing those around it to let go of the past. It is used to activate Kundalini or "life path energies".


Weight:14 oz 

Size: 3.5"x 3.5"x 2"

Ammonite Fossil