Geological Information

Mookaite is a type of sedimentary rock that is found in Western Australia.

It is composed of microscopic crystals of silica, which give it its distinctive patterns and colors.

Mookaite is known for its rich earthy hues of red, yellow, and brown, and is often used in jewelry and decorative items.

It is believed to have formed more than 65 million years ago, as a result of the accumulation of dead marine organisms and sediment.

Historical Information

Mookaite is named after the place it was discovered, Kennedy Ranges near Mooka Creek.

Mookaite has been used by Aboriginal people in the area for thousands of years for its healing properties, and it is believed to have a calming effect on the body and mind.

Metaphysical Information

They are thought to promote a sense of adventure and encourage taking risks.

Mookaite is also believed to enhance intuition and aid in decision making. It is said to provide grounding and stability, while also promoting a sense of calm and relaxation.

Some people use mookaite crystals during meditation or energy healing practices, as they are believed to help balance and align the chakras.