Trilobite Calymine Specimen
Extend your Fossil collection with this Trilobite Calamine Specimen from Morocco. A great gift idea for a man who’s got everything or a young boy who loves Fossils and minerals.
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Keywords: Transition, transformation, personal growth
Chakras: Base, Solar Plexus
Element: Storm, Earth
Zodiac Signs: Capricorn, Virgo
Trilobite Crystal Healing Properties:
Fossils are a wonderful tool to assist you in moving from the old to the new and to be receptive to the fresh, innovative forces that are available to you. Fossils can assist you in your quest for transition, transformation and personal growth, helping you to understand the process of change. They can help you instil quality and excellence in your environment.
Trilobite History and Uses:
Trilobites were Marine arthropods living in the Early Cambrian To Late Permian Period (570 million – 230 million years ago). Trilobites were hard-shelled, segmented creatures that grew in various sizes from just three millimeters long, to a length of 70 centimeters. They were among the world’s first arthropods, a phylum of hard-shelled creatures with multiple body segments and jointed legs (although the legs, antennae and other finer structures of trilobites only very rarely are preserved). Scientists believe they reproduced sexually, molted and underwent a series of life stages. We know trilobites lived in a variety of marine environments over the course of their existence on our planet. Feeding habits are believed to have been varied including predators, scavengers, filter-feeders and parasites, depending on both type of trilobite and life stage. The majority are believed to have been predator / scavengers due to the presence of a calcified mouthpart called a ’hypostome’.
The most common fossil of trilobites is the mineralized dorsal exoskeleton of the creature. This is found in partial form from molting (shedding the shell as it grows) or in complete form when the animal was buried and died intact
Fossils (from Latin fossus, literally ”having been dug up”) are the mineralized or otherwise preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms. In ancient times they were believed to be a gift from the stars and were revered by many cultures. Because of their age they have been used throughout the centuries as a talisman for protection and long life.
Fossil Geological Description:
Fossilisation is a rare occurrence as organic materials tend to decompose and the process requires the relatively quick preservation of bodily remains. Normally, the remains need to be covered by sediment or trapped in resin as soon as possible. However, there are exceptions to this, such as if an organism comes to rest in an anoxic (without oxygen) environment at the bottom of a lake. The oldest known structured fossils date from 3.5 billion years ago.There are several different types of fossils and fossilisation processes including permineralisation, mold or replacement fossils, compression fossils, resin fossils and trace fossils. Many fossils available on the market are from Morocco, which has vast deposits of Devonian Limestone which date back three hundred fifty million years ago. Other areas prominent for fossils are China, the USA, Germany, Canada, Russia and Australia.
Affirmation: I will allow myself to open to the process of change and all the possibilities it brings.