Darwin Glass or Darwinite is an Australian natural impact glass created by a meteorite strike around 0.8 million years ago. The meteorite hit the Tasmania, Australia, with 20 megatons of energy (that’s 20 million tons of TNT) forming the Darwin Crater and Darwin Glass as a result.
Darwinite comes in a range of colours including white, pale green, dark green and black. It is contains less silica and more magnesium and iron, making it darker in colour and less translucent than Moldavite.
These beautiful tektites have the same high frequency energy and properties as Moldavite although are more gentle. Darwinite is known for being a stone that quickens growth, transformation, spiritual evolution, and encouraging an open engagement with the world and all beings.