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Tektite is a type of natural glass, chemically and structurally unique, of meteoric origin. These Tektites are known as Indochinites, and are found on earth within a narrow equatorial belt 80 degrees wide. They have been found in Thailand, Australia, Viet Nam and the Phillipines. Tektites usually have a heavily pitted surface. Many have the appearance of being stretched while in a molten state. They appear black, but when smaller, thinner ones are held up to the light, you can sometimes see a golden tint in translucent areas around the edges. Estimated date of fall 750,000 years ago. The exact origin of Tektites is still debated today. Two basic theories are:

1.) It is meteoric glass from deep space.
2.) It is a type of impactite produced by crater forming meteorites on the surface of the moon or earth.

Metaphysical Properties: Assists one in attaining knowledge and learning lessons throughout the travels of life. Balances the feminine/masculine, provides insight, strengthens one's energy field. Can stimulate thought transmissions.

Corresponds to the astrological signs of Aries and Cancer.

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Large Enlongated Tektites

TK-25 Elongated Tektite specimen, approximately 4 inches long. Each one unique.

Tektite Bracelet

BC-TK1 Tektite Bracelet.

Large Tektite Specimen

TK-1 Tektite specimen, approximately 1.75-2.00 inches long. Each one is unique.

Medium Enlongated Tektites

TK-4b Elongated Tektite specimen, approx. 2 inches long. Each one is unique.

Enlongated Tektites

TK-4c Elongated Tektite specimen, approx. 1.65 - 1.75 inches long. Each one is unique.

Tektite Specimen

TK-3a Tektite specimen, approximately 1.25 inch long. Each one is unique.

Tektite Specimen

TK-3b Tektite specimen, approximately 1 inch long. Each one is unique.

Small Tektite specimen

TK-26a Tektite specimen, approximately 1 inches long. Each one is unique.

Smaller Tektite specimen

TK-26 Tektite specimen, approximately under 1 inch long. Each one is unique.