Molybdenite Specimen RARE 2.5cm
Lustrous metallic silver platy crystal formation of rare Molybdenite. From Wolfram Camp, Queensland, Australia. Size approx 2.5cm. Weight approx 2g.
Molybdenite is a rare mineral, consisting of the metal Molybdenum and Sulfur. It can be confused with Graphite, since they’re both soft (1 to 1.5 on the Mohs Hardness Scale) and grey to silver in hue. They can also both occur as hexagonal crystals or foliated masses. Although Molybdenite generally has a higher lustre and is soluble in acid, while Graphite is not.
Another similarity between Molybdenite and Graphite is that they both have layered atomic structures, with planes of extreme weakness. In Molybdenites’ case, this property gives the mineral a slippery feel and makes it a valuable lubricant. Its currently being researched as a possible replacement Silicon in transistors in electronic chips.
Physical Healing Keywords
- Circulatory System, Bloodflow, Oxygen;
- Immune System
Consistency, Balance, Alignment, Interdimensional Healing
Molybdenite is a powerful balancing mineral, capable of resetting the body’s chakras and auric field, bringing the whole system into balance. It brings stability and constancy.
Aids in aligning one’s inner and outer worlds, creating a bridge between the conscious and the unconscious. As well as the self in this dimension and across others, facilitating a flow of information that can lead to healing others in this world.