Collection: Ammonite

Ammonites, fascinating fossils from prehistoric marine life, hold a unique place in the realm of metaphysical properties. Though they are not gemstones or minerals in the traditional sense, these fossilized shells carry potent energy and symbolism that has fascinated humans for centuries.

The name "ammonite" originates from the ancient Egyptian god Ammon, who was often depicted with ram's horns, and the shells' spiral shape bears resemblance to these horns. This ancient link underlines ammonite's historical significance.

Metaphysically, ammonites are considered powerful earth healing fossils. Their spiral shape symbolizes continual change and evolution. Some believe that ammonites have absorbed cosmic energy over eons and help to stimulate the life force (Chi) within.

Known for their transformative qualities, ammonites can aid in navigating life's cycles and uncovering one's purpose. They are believed to bring stability and order to life’s chaos, providing clarity, and enhancing the flow of energy.

On an emotional level, ammonites are said to foster a sense of relaxation and alleviate depressive feelings, thus aiding in releasing negative patterns and bringing about a smooth flow of life force.

Physically, some people believe that ammonites, with their spiral form and layers, can help to rectify degenerative disorders and help the body's structure and metabolism