Crystal Thursday – Ammonite

Good morning everyone, welcome to Crystal Thursday. This week we are talking about an ancient mollusk called Ammonite. The original post was back on October 21, 2017. This was the younger sibling to the Nautilus. Unfortunately it didn’t survive the event which took out the dinosaurs and became extinct around 65 million years ago. The … Continue reading Crystal Thursday – Ammonite

Ammonite in the Morning Light

I love the sacred geometry of the Ammonite shell and its sister the Nautilus. Ammonite is the younger sibling but it didn’t survive the event that caused the destruction of the dinosaurs, Big sister did and they can be found in the oceans. At one point in our prehistory there were about 10,000 different species … Continue reading Ammonite in the Morning Light