- New Mexico
Among the many other things and trades I practice to earn a living, Living is what I do most! I was truly blessed with exceptional vision, and see great details both near and far away. And this is one of the main contributers to the fact and success in finding things !All either valuable, interesting, old, unique, lost, missing, or desired by someone including myself. ask me for a list of some of my finds! My favorite of all are my two little girls! I couldn't have placed an order for two little kids and done as well. They find things too. On top of that, I can 'witch' for water, pipes, burrials, electricity, lost animals or people, and more! Couldn't tell you how or why it works for me, only that it does, and well!
I have recently found seven , and possibly eight meteorites. Including, several small Chondites, two Iron, but, the last one leaves me continuing research to identify!
This Meteorite, the largest of all (400grplus/minus), resembles Lodranite, Arcpulcoite, but partical size(flecks) are much smaller. It has , also, May colors and shapes of very small crystles, many totally clear. can be seen only with a microscope. It also has a full crust with many charictoristics of it's own! there is just so much to look at, inside and out!
Now, this may tend to move some away from reality, but , it is hardly magnettic. A very strong magenet to just barely be attracted to it. but appears to have metal flecks!
One more important note; Of the people I have shown this to, several have , with no mention of doing this, Have brought it to their face and smelled it! Remarking how strange it smells! This points me next , to possibly be a Carbonaceous Chondite! Sounds good to me! I'll be putting it up for sale soon, unless a fair offer is made. But one thing is for sure - This stone is without a doubt a Meteorite. I could use any help possible to help identify it, and sell it. I reall tend to hesitate mailing it to any firm with noterity in the testing and classifying it. For Im sure it is very rare , and very rare things tend to disappear. But I will meet with any one that represents one of these firms here, so it can be examined. I encourage it.
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