Agni Manitite, also known as Pearl of Fire, is an extremely rare tektite found on the island of Java, Indonesia. The color ranges from a dark charcoal grey-black to a smoky translucent color. Its name is derived from the ancient Sanskrit term “Agni mani”, meaning “pearl of the divine fire”. These tektites were formed when a meteorite crash-landed over the Indonesian archipelago. This resulted in the heating of the surface that was enough to liquidize it, thus giving Mother Earth a mineral from out of this world. What makes this so rare, is that most of the pieces of Agni Manitite are now underwater, resulting in this tektite being incredibly hard to come by.