Comet Head Jewelry or Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Comet head meteorites are the most interesting of all rocks on Earth, quite possibly. Comets seem to refine silicates and metals into their purer forms. They orbit our sun in their elliptical paths, going from very near the sun to out past Pluto. Our planets have more circular orbits and are usually quite large as compared to some saucey little comet all zooming around ~ from being a molten boiling blob to a thin very very frozen sliver. Back and forth, round and around, Pluto to the sun, boiling to frozen, boiling to frozen, refining and refining. This process seems to be separating the metals and silicates into pure silicate form and a fusion metal. Planets go round and around keeping basically the same path, moving slightly as our sun moves in the Milky Way spiral. Comets, with their far reaching orbits, transverse all the planet orbits with many going way way out past Pluto‘s orbit. They cover more “ground” so to speak and a lot more of space than is covered by the planets. Comets are Mother Nature’s trash collectors that pick up much “junk” floating around space. They gather chrondrites blown out by recent solar flairs, chrondrite leftovers from the Big Bang, hunks blown outta planets by meteors and volcanoes, moons, asteroids, unknown and possibly unseen stuff. Some is from other solar systems, outta black holes, universal weird particles and unknown stuff. This boils and freezes and boils and freezes beyond what our simple science can conceive of. Remember that chrondrite meteorites are mostly silicates with fusion metals and that Earth is basically silicate rock types with a metal core. Where planets with their gravity build complexity in matter, comets seem to refine it into it’s basic pure silicate, quartz, and a fusion metal combination of all of our solar system’s and universe’s metal into one. Large hunks of these boiling masses boil off and huge pieces break off. A few hit Earth. A very very few have been found.
The most spectacular of all meteorites and most incredible of all silicates are pallasite meteorites, Esquel being the most famous (check http://www.meteoriteman.com/). While moldavite and Libyan glass meteorites resemble pallasite silicates in composition they don’t hold the intensity in light and energy frequency of this frozen comet quartz. The masses of beautiful silicates are laced together with high quality fusion metals, separate refinements of totally different types. Comet materials seem to have their own frequency where pallasites seem to be the highest. It’s a high fast energy. Where putting moldavite in one’s pocket might be compared to bringing a jet airplane into your energy field, pallasite might be compared to putting a comet in one’s pocket. Universal Mother’s universal fractals!
Mesosiderite meteorites have less refined silicates appearing to be more of a comet cinder. The fusion metal are in smaller pockets making small swirling “ink blots”. They seem to be telling little tales with their flower and dragon swirls. Mesosiderites are the same basic chemical combination of the pallasites but with the elements less refined and with a bit more “undefined” trash. These seem to be quite variable in composition possessing many pockets of extremely varying matter. They have pockets of rock, moldavite, metal and heaven know what all composing them!
So, if ever you wondered why comets zip around so? Or why they have so much more pep than some lingering old planet? Hold one or, at least, a little piece of one. They bring a oneness and a balance other matter forms seem to lack. Maybe, it is because they draw from the universal trash pile. They are comet jewels mounted in star metals by our Universal Mothers! Twinkle Twinkle little Star!!!
Blessings, Pat High