Fulgurite crystal meaning

One of these tools is Reiki healing stones and crystals. These stone are used to help align and unblock the life force in the body.

This is a sphere made in the laboratory with a particle accelerator. The latter reach 99.5% of the speed of light. The particles then charge a large kinetic energy measured in millions of electrons Volts or MeV.  The acrylic resin sphere is placed in the particle beam. By meeting the sphere the particles do not stop immediately: they lose energy progressively by striking the molecules of acrylic and form this magnificent fan dendritic resembling a "mini flash".

* I think these are man made* Fulgurite Sphere. Also known as Lightning Glass, these delicate, root-like formations are created when lightning strikes rock, instantly melting and fusing the stone into a preserved model of the lightning.

Lightning meets sand. The result is called fulgurite. Natural creation of art.

lightning strikes sand on the beach Lightning meets sand. The result is called fulgurite. Natural creation of art.

Fulgurite

(by Shumadra) Fulgurite is formed when lightning strikes dry quartz sand. The temperature from electrical resistance in the ground can get so high that the sand melts (about and later hardens into fragile tubes of lechatelierite [silica glass].

Fulgurite.  This is what can happen when lightening strikes in sand.

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Crystals & Stones:  #Wavelite, from Arkansas, USA.

Wavellite: Avant Mine, Avant, Garland Co., Arkansas Dimensions x x cm. Thingofinterest: a phosphate mineral with formula F) WAVELLITE is perhaps the second best known collectable mineral in Arkansas, quartz being the first.

When Lightning Hits The Sand: The Story of Fulgurite                                                                                                                                                                                 More

When Lightning Hits The Sand: The Story of Fulgurite

When Lightning Hits The Sand: The Story of Fulgurite – Our State Magazine

Mount Shasta with Green Butte in the foreground, a watercolor now hanging at Scott Valley Bank. The Green Butte summit seen in this painting is a hefty hike from the top of Everitt Memorial Highway. Climbers are rewarded with incredible views and discovery of abundant fulgurites ... glassy tracks in the rocks formed when lightning strikes a rock, melting and fusing the surface.

Kim Solga - Paintings Landscapes Mount Shasta Green Butte Old Ski Bowl California watercolor--beautiful colors & use of white space

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