Stromatolites are rock-like structures formed by the growth and sediment trapping of certain types of microorganisms, such as cyanobacteria.
Stromatolites are found in a variety of environments, from shallow marine waters to hot springs and even in Antarctica.
They are important indicators of ancient environments and have been used to study the evolution of life on Earth.
Stromatolites are also being studied for their potential use in biotechnology and as models for understanding the potential for life on other planets.
These structures date back over 3.5 billion years, making them some of the oldest evidence of life on Earth.
Stromatolites were abundant in the Archean and Proterozoic eons, and played an important role in shaping the Earth's early atmosphere through photosynthesis.
These ancient fossils are believed to have powerful grounding properties that help individuals connect to the Earth and find inner peace.
Additionally, stromatolite crystals are thought to enhance one's spiritual growth by opening up channels of communication with higher realms of consciousness.
They are also believed to promote healing and rejuvenation, both physically and emotionally, by helping to release negative energy and promote positive energy flow.