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stones: quartz crystals

stones: quartz crystals

Quartz Crystals have an incredible history. They are surrounded in mystery, magic, science, and energy. Clear Quartz Crystals (which will be known as Quartz throughout the rest of this article) are the most powerful healing and energy amplifier on the planet because of its unique helical spiral crystalline form. The Quartz absorbs, stores, releases, and regulates energy and is excellent for unblocking energy. These crystals can also store information like a natural computer. They have been called master healers because they stimulate the immune system and bring the body into balance in preparation for healing. 

How does one communicate with a crystal? Isn’t a crystal “just” an inanimate rock that has no feeling, memory, or abilities? Strangely this is what many believe even though several scientists have been able to measure the “energy” of Quartz for years. They can be used for directing energy as well. A man by the last name of Vogel was the first to scientifically document the power of the Quartz Crystal. In fact, while he was cutting quartz into different shapes, etc. to figure out how to direct energy, he indirectly discovered the laser. And for those who have read about Atlantis or Lemuria there have been centuries and centuries of communication with and co-work done with crystals. Quartz “talks” energetically to all other Quartz on the planet, bringing us all closer together. 

This is clearly a very brief glimpse into the world of Quartz Crystals and what they are all about. For more, please join Joan Stokes on June 19th from 6:30-8pm, for an exploration of the vast information from the past, present, and maybe even future of these wonderful tools that we call Crystals.

 

j.m.s.

 

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