Kakortokite (Pronounced as ka-Court-o-Kite) is a rare stone from the Illimaussaq Complex, on the clifftops of the Kangerdlussaq Fjord in Southern Greenland. It is comprised of white or grey/white Syenite with red dots of Eudialyte and black lines of Arfvedsonite. It is much sought after by mineral collectors, crystal healers and the jewellery trade.
This is an absolutely wonderful rough/natural piece of this high vibration stone that helps us to see life with a much more positive outlook. It really is a gorgeous piece !
There is not a lot of Kakortokite to be found, and what there is, is extremely difficult to collect. Consequently, it is usually only sold as very small pieces between 1 gram and 10 grams in weight.
This superb piece is an excellent size at 25 grams and it displays extremely well the unique pattern of red dots along with the occasional black rod - which is exactly what people are looking to see in specimens of Kakortokite.
Do please just be aware that the red dots of Eudialyte within this stone are described as "mildly radioactive". The white stone and the black rods are not radioactive. And to put this into context for you, the radioactivity in Eudialyte is a fraction of the radioactivity in a dental X-Ray.
This really is a wonderful piece of Kakortokite, a rare mineral that is both hard to find and extremely difficult to gather or collect.