Mookaite Jasper Silver Pendant
A breathtaking beautiful and stunning Mookaite pendant, lovingly crafted and adorned with Sterling Silver fittings.
- Gorgeous authentic Mookaite
- Unique one of a kind pendant (Mother nature guarantees that no two Mookaite gemstones will be exactly alike)
- (L)35mm x (W)21mm irregular cut genuine Mookaite in .925 Sterling Silver
- Chain not included
Properties: Ancestral Wisdom – Nurturing – Self-Esteem - Grounding
Mookaite brings an invigorating strength and vitality and increases our life-force. It is a good meditation stone and can be used to transport oneself to a meditative dreaming place by gazing into it. It will also help us to connect to our ancestors and to spirit. Mookaite helps provide stability to one’s perspective of life, helping make the right decisions while feeling nurtured and safe. It connects us to the energies of the earth and has a strong grounding influence. It balances the base, solar plexus and brow chakras and can improve the flow of energy between these chakras, especially when imbalances are connected to them.
Tip: Hold Mookaite in your hand during meditation to help with the release of blockages that inhibit growth and expansion.
Historical Uses/Folklore: An Aboriginal Mother Earth stone. Mookaite is also known as Australian Jasper and there are many spelling variations: Mookite, Mookalite, Mookerite, and Mook Jasper are just a few.
Crystal Details: Mookaite is an Australian Jasper of red and yellow and is found in one place in Western Australia, Mooka Creek. The Aboriginal word ‘Mooka’ translates as ‘running waters’ and refers to the rivers that run into this area. Mookaite Jasper is described as chert, opalite or chalcedony, or a combination of the three, varying only with the degree of silica, and occurs as nodules in the softer clay beneath the creek bed or as multicoloured sheets of chalcedony. Mookaite was formed as the skeletal remains of radiolaria, microscopic protozoa with a hard silica shell, were deposited over millennia as sediment in shallow areas of sea-beds. As waters receded, the remains were solidified by additional silica carried in groundwater, along with minerals that produced its beautiful combinations of red, burgundy, mustard-yellow, cream, white and brown
Chemical Composition: SiO2 (Silicon Dioxide)
Hardness: On Mohs scale of mineral hardness - grade 7 (1 being softest, 10 being hardest)
Colour: A vibrant fiery red, burgundy, mustard-yellow, cream, white and brown.
Chakra: Base (Muladhara)
How to Take Care of Your Mookaite Jewellery
- Each piece is unique so this is the exact item you will receive.
- Please note that all metaphysical or healing properties listed are collected from various sources. This information is offered as a service and not meant to treat medical conditions. Mandara Crystals does not guarantee the validity of any of these statements.