Moldavitepublic - created 02/07/05
Emerald from the Crown of Lucifer?
Moldavite is a heavenly stone that fell approximately 15 million years ago to Earth. It is mostly found in Bohemia near the Austrian Czech border. Some were found in Moravia, Lausitz in Germany and close to Radessen in Austria.
The term Moldavite was coined in 1836 by the German curator of the mineralogical collection in the Vlasteneck Museum in Prague Dr. Franz Xaver Maximilian Lippe . The name Moldavite is derived from the German name 'Moldau' for the Moldavian river. Around 1826, they were called Bohemian emerald. Moldavite is probably the only tektite made into gemstones because of their coloration and gloss. Moldavite has been used as jewels for kings, "VIP's" and/or political, social or religious leaders.
In Wolfram von Eschenbach's version of the grails legend the Moldavite is considered to be the Grail - the "lapsit exillis" - a green gemstone that fell from heaven out of a crown of an higher ranking angel. Lucifer? After the battle with Archangel Michael?
Guardians of the Holy Grail - The Knights Templar, John the Baptist and the Water of Life by Mark Amaru Pinkham
Moldavite - Starborn Stone of Transformation by Robert Simmons and Kathy Warner