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    • Amazonite is a green to aqua colored tectosilicate mineral that is named after the Amazon River. A 1985 study suggests that the blue-green color comes from quantities of lead and water in the feldspar. While other studies have found that the color is due to a complex number of factors. Associated with the Heart and Throat Chakras, the zodiac signs…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

    • $38.00
    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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    • Ammonite

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    • Ammonites are an extinct cephalopod marine creature related to today's Nautilus. They are frequently found as fossils in marine rocks dating from 419-66 million years ago. The name Ammonite comes from Pliny the Elder, who referred to the coiled nature of the shells resembling the Egyption God Ammon (Amun), who had ram’s horns. Associated with the Third Eye Chakra, the…
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