Mookaite Jasper is found only in the Kennedy Ranges of Western Australia in outcroppings near Mooka Creek, the area for which it is named. The Aboriginal term “Mooka” means “running waters” and refers to the numerous springs that feed into this area.
Mookaite was formed as the skeletal remains of radiolaria, microscopic protozoa with a hard silica shell, were deposited over millennia as sediment in shallow areas of sea beds. As waters receded, the remains were solidified by additional silica carried in groundwater, along with minerals that produced its beautiful combinations of red, burgundy, mustard-yellow, cream, white, brown, mauve and purple.
Mookaite provides a useful balance between inner and outer experiences. It imparts both the desire for new experiences and a deep calm with which to face them. Flexible Mookaite encourages versatility. It points out all the possibilities and assists in choosing the right one.
Mookaite is a physically stabilising stone that fortifies the immune system.
The price listed is for one stone.
Information about crystals sourced from The Crystal Bible, by Judy Hall.
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