Metaphysical

Fulgurite - Small Piece

"vitreous material formed of sand or other sediment fused by lightning."

Each piece will be unique in size, shape, color, etc. No one piece is alike.

One piece per order! Our choice only! 

 

** What is Fulgurite? **

Fulgurites are natural tubes, clumps, or masses of sintered, vitrified, and/or fused soil, sand, rock, organic debris and other sediments that sometimes form when lightning discharges into ground. Fulgurites are classified as a variety of the mineraloid lechatelierite.

 

** How is Fulgurite Formed? **

Fulgurite is the name given to tubes formed when lightning strikes sand or soil. Lightning carries extreme amounts of static energy that gets released in one very small spot where lightning hits.

 

** Metaphysical Properties **

One of the main aspects that the healing energies emanated from Fulgurite cover are that of spiritual healing. Not only will it serve the purpose of one’s personal spiritual awakening, but it will also enable the individual using it to come into contact with the divine mind.

 

Fulgurite - Small Piece

SKU: RRMS - Fulgurite Small - $15
$15.00Price
  • Smoky Mountain Relic Room offers a 30 return policy with proof of purchase.

     

    -Limited Lifetime Authenticity Guarantee-

    The Smoky Mountain Relic Room stands behind the items we sell with a limited lifetime guarantee. We will exchange any item for store credit if the item sold is found by a certified authenticator not to be the authentic artifact, fossil, meteorite or mineral that we advertised it as being. A letter, specific to the artifact, fossil, meteorite or mineral in question, from a certified authenticator (in the business under the occupation specific to the item in question) must be brought in with the item for the return to be acceptable. This guarantee is for the lifetime of the initial purchaser only. See the Relic Room Manager, downstairs inside Smoky Mountain Knife Works, for more information. Original receipt required for exchanges.

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