Monthly Archives August 2007

Some suggestions for treating food and plants with crystals

The foods we eat have an energy field around them that can be recharged with the use of crystals. Crystals can help keep fruit and vegetables fresher for a longer period, by placing the crystals around and pointing at the food. It is believed that the negative ions will be replaced with the positive ions by the use of crystal energy. Crystals can also be used to help bean sprouts to germinate and grow faster as well as help revitalize ailing plants or plants that are poor growing. Just place the crystals nearby and pointing in the direction of the
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Chakras – What are they?

The chakras are force centers or symbolic spots in the ethereal body that correspond to specific locations in the physical body as well. This belief comes from the Eastern yogis and it is a Sanskrit word pronounced as “shock-ra”, and means “wheel”, or in the metaphysical context, to mean, “Revolving wheels of energy”. Chakras are actually real spots that serve as hubs or activity centers where the life force energies of the human body are received, absorbed and expressed. The Hindu chakra system surprisingly corresponds largely with the Oriental “qi” system, a science that should be better known elsewhere in
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Celestite – A description

Celestite (SrSO4) or strontium sulfate, crystallizes as prismatic crystals, but sometimes also in tabular orthorhombic form, compact masses or fibrous forms. Celestite has a hardness of 3 to 3.5 on the Mohs scale and is quite fragile, even slightly soluble in water. Celstite is also known by the name of celestine. It has a perfect cleavage parallel to the base, and fractures easily. Celestite is considered a beautiful mineral due to its transparent to translucent qualities, with always pale colors, such as colorless, white, pale blue and pale yellow. It also occurs in shades of orange, red and red-brown. These
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An introduction to quartz crystals

Quartz crystals or silicon dioxide (SiO2) are perhaps the best known of all crystals. It is one of the most common minerals in the earth (about 12%). Our human body contains SiO2 in abundance as well, which would explain the Bible verse that says,”God created man out of the dust of the earth”. Quartz crystallizes as a six sided prism with a termination that ends with 6 pyramid faces. There exists also a double terminated form, which is quite rare. The double terminated quartz crystal is considered to be the most balanced of all the quartz crystals, symbolizing the balance
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Amber – A description

Amber is fossilized resin from trees that has turned solid as a result of millions of years of evolution. Amber used to be a sticky resin from trees that seeped out through the bark to protect them from injury and solidifies upon contact with air, or through fissures in their bark. This habit is still widespread today, among trees all over the world. It is the blood of the trees, and meant to patch up wounds in their bark and prevent infection of diseases. A good example would be rubber from rubber trees. This same scenario was happening millions of
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