But when you open it up. it is just beautiful. Filled with brilliant color!
Thundereggs are kind of similar to geodes, but are solid inside and are not formed the same way. No one knows knows for sure how they are formed, except that they are a product of volcanic lava flow, and are found in volcanic beds. Different ones have different materials inside like opal, quartz, and jasper. They are the state rock of Oregon, where you can still find most of them. According to Native American legend, when the thunder gods got mad at each other, they stood on mountaintops and threw weapons at each other. The weapons were Thunderbird eggs they had stolen from the nests. Hence the name Thunder Egg. Maybe some time I will tell you about the Thunderbird. But you never know what surprises lay inside something so ordinary on the outside.
“God judges persons differently than humans do. Men and women look at the face; God looks into the heart.”
1 Samuel 16