Pseudo tektite from Indonesia
The Agni Manitite or Cintamani stone is a pseudo tektite found in Indonesia. This mysterious stone has the appearance of a tektite but was not created by a meteorite impact. In all likelihood, these stones were formed during gigantic volcanic eruptions that shot Magma into the atmosphere. Here the material solidified into volcanic glass and then rained down again. This stone may therefore be classified under obsidian and can best be compared with other pseudo tektites such as saffordite and colombianite
Pearl of fire
The Agni Manitite looks like a dark almost black stone at first glance. However, it lights up gray to brown when a light is placed behind it. The name comes from Sanskrit where 'angi mani' means 'pearl of fire'. An appropriate name given its history.
The Agni Manitite or Cintamani stone has a powerful energy and falls under the initiation stones where the energies of the stone can flow together with its own energies. It takes the creative and adventurous energies to great heights. It increases confidence in your own abilities. It can make you more aware of your own will to gain more insight into your own will.