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Chakra: rot og krone
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Nuumite is the oldest known rock specimen, formed over 3 billion years ago! It
helps us to connect with past lives and ancestors.
Supremely hard to get, this amazing stone is a powerful healer. These medium
sized tumbled stones are the results of long searches. Each stone has lovely
Nuumite is found in an area slightly north of Nuuk, Greenland -
accessible only by boat. The area where Nuumite occurs is in the so-called
'Isuakasia' iron ore region, the origin of which dates back almost four billion
years. Nuumite has been used rather widely for untold centuries as beads and
ornamental stones. The locality is high in the mountains and requires lugging
heavy mining equipment up to retrieve the best specimens. These areas produce
some of the oldest stones found on earth, and Nuumite falls in this category.
Geologically speaking, nuumite is of volcanic origin and was formed about 3
billion years ago. Subsequent influences on the rock (metamorphism) have given
rise to the striking mixture of crystals which gives Nuumite its unique
appearance. Rocks resembling nuumite are also found in a few minor occurrences
in the USA, but it is only in the Greenland type that colouration is developed
well enough for the stone to be suitable for gemstones.
At first glance,
Nuumite appears similar to labradorite but upon closer examination the beauty of
nuumite and its schiller effect is astonishing. Labradorite usually shows broad
splotches of “flash” while the smaller mixture of elongated crystals in nuumite
(often in sheaf-like groups) create a striking gemstone. In the transition
between the individual crystals (and especially the thin ones), an optical
effect is created causing a special “inner” golden brown glow. This effect is
also called iridescence, and is especially distinct on polished surfaces. The
result is that the crystals appear as bright lamellae, almost like flames in a
fire. The colours vary somewhat between reddish, greenish, and bluish hues,
sometimes even within the same lamella. Between the bright lamellae, the colour
is dark brown to black.