The Secrets of Crystals

24 Feb

What is a Crystal?

“The word crystal comes from the Greek word “krystallos”, meaning frozen light. A crystal is generally considered to be a systematic, orderly and repetitious patterning of molecules or energies.
From a more metaphysical point of view, some consider that Light is stepped down through many levels of density before the physical form of the crystal manifests through the dynamics we understand in crystallography and geology.
It is the forming aspect of Light that patterns the highly ordered array of energies we call a crystal. Should this light pre-form be altered in any way, the completed crystal will be altered from its original “intended” form.”
Source: unknown book

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The National Science Foundation,
The NASA Astrobiology Institute,
and UCLA say:

“LARGE-WAVELENGTH CRYSTAL VIBRATIONS
ARE ROUTINELY MEASURED
BY INFRARED AND RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

THOSE WAVE LENGTHS ARE INFRARED WAVES…
FROM CRYSTALS?”

There is more to a crystal then you think..

Link to Youtube

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ARE HUGE CRYSTALS A REFLECTION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY IN THE EARTH’S CRUST?

(Editorial note: The link is for purposes of illustrating the electrical dynamics of Earth, not for any sociological or psychological assertions the link makes.)

Crystals placed under pressure will emit electric current. More important for this comment is the scientific fact that crystals will grow when electric current is applied to them.

Crystal Cave of Giants in Mexico is where giant cystals have formed. It’s assumed these crystals formed over long periods of time, but science, so far, has not recognized the possibility that these cystals have been spurrred to such huge size, “…crystals of selenite (gypsum) as large as 4 feet in diameter and 50 feet long,” because of the Earth’s electrical dynamics.

Image: Inner Space Terranaut

Scientific questions are raised: How much electricity would be needed and over what stretch of time to grow these cystals?

To understand the electrical dynamics of the Universe it’s vitally important to understand the electrical dynamics on Earth.

Why?

Because Earth is closest at hand and can be examined in the most detail and electrical dynamics observed, here, on Earth can be replicated in the laboratory and controlled experiments can be conducted.

Observation and measurement are the key to scientific advancement.

It’s time for science to get back to basics.”

Source

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