Orthoceras Fossil Bowl 6.25"
The fossils commonly known as orthoceras are extinct "straight-shelled" cephalopods that lived during the Upper Devonian period around 370 million years ago. They lived inside of their shell, had tentacles they could use to grab food and used jet propulsion, squirting water to move.
Ancient civilizations used orthoceras for healing because the fossils hold the information of the earliest forms of life. Having the ability to store a tremendous amount of vibration, they act as conduits for healing: letting positive energy flow into the body as negative energy flows out.