Isua is one of the oldest minerals on earth
Isua is one of the oldest minerals on earth
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Isua is one of the oldest minerals on earth

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This ancient Isua dates from the time when life arose and contains a lot of information about Mother Earth.

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3.8 billion years old

Isua is found on the southwest coast of Greenland in the 'Greenstone' formation. These rocks are the oldest in the world and have been around for 3.8 billion years. This is about as long ago as the first life on Earth arose. A special piece of earthly history!

Origin of life on Earth

The Isua stone consists of volcanic rock, sediment and iron and has remained unchanged all this time. Since the discovery of this formation in 1960, it has provided a lot of information about the Earth's surface and the origin of life on our planet.

Cosmic Bombardment

Isua and the 'Greenstone' formation are also the subject of discussion about how life originated on Earth. These rocks are as old as the last great cosmic bombardment. There are theories that this bombardment brought the building blocks of life to Earth.

Operation of isua

Isua is a strong grounding stone that gives balance and anchors. It is a good protector against negativity and puts you firmly on the ground with both feet. The Isua stone contains the ancient wise earthly truths. During meditation, Isua helps you to get in touch with your past lives on earth.

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Article code Isua39
EAN 8784765367784
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