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by Marie Nilsson
Book Review in Memory of Marie Nilsson by Rachel Finney
Marie Nilsson was a mechanical/electrical engineer who fell in love with the magic of stones, crystals and minerals. She created a wonderful book full of beautiful photographs and insights into the magic power of stones, crystals and minerals.
Sadly, Marie passed away in 2017, after a journey with leukemia. Read More...
by H. Coetzee, Ph.D.
“Searches for biogenic magnetite in human tissues had not been conclusive until the beginning of the 1990’s when work with high-resolution transmission electron microscopy and electron diffraction on human brain tissue extracts of the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, and meninges (membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord) identified magnetite-maghemite crystals.“ Read More...
by Lisa Zyga, Phys.org
“Researchers have demonstrated that tiny micrometer-sized crystals—just barely visible to the human eye—can ‘Walk” inchworm-style across the slide of a microscope…” Read More...
by The Winds of Keltia
The use of crystals in healing has been used throughout all history of man. In Egypt, it was used by the ancient pharaohs, Cleopatra and Mentuhotep. Certain American Indian tribes like the Mayans established diagnostics and treated certain diseases with crystals. The Egyptian method was known in the Middle East and in Africa. Many healers from different nations came to Egypt to learn this powerful way of healing. This therapy has been recorded as far back as 3,000 BC. There is much information on crystal healing mentioned on the Dead Sea Scrolls. The use of crystals and minerals has been mentioned more than 200 times in the Bible.
A fascinating article on the scientific history of crystal and energy healing. Read More...
A fascinating article about the work of Marcel Vogel, research scientist at IBM for 27 years. Marcel’s areas of expertise were phosphor technology, liquid crystals systems, luminescence, and magnetics. He also conducted research into the therapeutic application of quartz crystals, plus the relationship between crystals and water. Read More...
The Healing Powers of Gem Therapy, an Update
by Ekta Atodaria, Kajal Gandhi, Vedshree Raole and Rajashree Mashru
Gem therapy is very ancient. It is mentioned in Unani system and detailed knowledge and maximum practice is required. The gem therapy works on the concept of colours energy can be called as colour therapy. The modern science has observed the significant influence of colours on the human body. This therapy is harmless with no side effect, and may resolve many forthcoming issues for the control of problems aroused. The core strength of Gemstones lies in the colours they emit. Sun rays passing through a gemstone make it emit a cosmic colour that is absorbed by the body chakras. They are widely used to heal physical and emotional sufferings. What makes a gemstone distinct, fascinating, and exotic are its colour, cut, transparency and vibrancy. This review includes all details of healing powers of Gem therapy. Read more...
by Thomas Miller
Dorothy MacLean was one of the founding members of the Findhorn Community in Scotland. Part of her role there involved communicating with the nature spirits, Devas and angels. (Read this fascinating article about her life.)
The Seven Rays
We created a chart some years ago to show how the Living Light Essences relate to the Seven Rays. It also shows how the Primary Rays join to create the four Secondary Rays. Read More...
The Seven Rays Today by Mo Hone
[Downloadable PDF book]
(with permission from Mo Hone)
There are many who write about the Seven Rays who stick religiously to the material provided by Alice Bailey. Mo was an exception. He believed as we do that the Rays may be interpreted in a number of different ways. We feel that his work is among the best explanations of the Seven Rays.
Mo begins his book, The Seven Rays Today, by writing,
“This book is about a new spiritual philosophy that is based on two concepts, one old and one new. The first is the Seven Rays, which can be used to classify all manner of things both spiritual and mundane, and demonstrates that there are seven different approaches to spirituality because each individual’s soul or Higher Self functions on just one of these Rays." Read More...