Ammonites are an extinct group of marine animals related to present-day squid, octopuses, and cuttlefish. They belong to the class Cephalopoda in the subclass Ammonoidea, from the group Mollusc. The last ammonites became extinct during the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event. There are several dominant shapes found in ammonites, including spirals, and the non-spiralled forms called Heteromorphs. Helically spiraled Ammonites have the same kind of symmetry you would see in a spring, or slinky. Ammonites get their name from the Greek god Ammon, who had ram’s horns, like the spiraled ammonites.
Metaphysical properties of fossils are provided for informational purposes only, and no life-altering results are guaranteed. Ammonites are said to increase stamina, vitality, and success. Removing negative energy, and activating life path energies, ammonite's spirals, represent continual change and evolution. Holding ancient life force energy, they may be useful in enhancing Kundalini energy.