a reply to: speculativeoptimist
Have been reading this thread a few pages, and am replying now, so that I can still remember the points I want to process.
Crystals. Those magical-seeming things that are actually used by many industries, and that are shrouded in mystery on the other hand. There are the
mysterious 'crystal skulls'*
there are legends, movies, stories and plays that have to do with magnificent powers of crystals (there's a fun Hong Kong flick, called "Jade
Crystal", where a kid (surprise, surprise) gets an extra-terrestrial crystal that speaks to him (hmm..), and has fantastic powers - there's lots of
tasty kung-fu action in that old movie, but the over-usage of the same song in every action scene is repetitive).
There's even the story of Atlantis.. in some books, claims are made about the whole Atlantis being powered by one crystal! Then there are the
'memories of ancient Egypt', where dangerous crystal-handling was taught to the priest class, but you had to have your emotions (chakras) completely
under control first, or you could die from the power of the crystals, etc.
I don't know for sure if any of it is true, but I also have an intuitive feeling about at least -some- crystals being very powerful at -some- point in
time. I also have a feeling that the powerful crystal breeds/specieces/types were removed from this planet, just like the arc of the covenant was, so
that the 'evil ape-people' couldn't get their hands on such awesome power. The seers, adepts, priests and the spiritual masters of the Golden Age
allegedly foresaw this era coming, and removed all the most powerful things that could do devastating damage from the planet, before leaving
Whether any of this is true or not, or how true it is, if any, is debatable, but I think it should be kept in mind at least as some kind of flimsy
theory until we know more, as it could provide a deep background for understanding of what crystals are and how they work, and what their powers can
be, and how they can be utilized for the common good (instead of just radios, watches and whatnot).
The next point is that an eight-year old kid is not an authority on anything, no matter how much he claims to know about something. Someone that young
can't always know truth from fiction - heck, when I was young, I really believed K.I.T.T. was not only possible, but real! (Some of it is possible of
course, nowadays, but not the breathing and joke-cracking, emotional, empathetic A.I.)
They can't know the limitations of the physical plane that young, and when they have just arrived from the wonderful world of the astral plane, they
are still full of "everything is possible"-attitude, especially if their twisted parents have warped their minds with hippie religions and other new
age crystal confusion.
A kid that claims that a crystal talks to him should raise the interest of the 'professionals', who claim that ANYONE who 'hears voices', is insane,
and needs to be medicated (this is not my opinion, though, but just as a sidenote as to how this world usually works).
Some people defend the imagination of the kids, and say that this world needs imagination. That may be true, but it doesn't add the credibility of
this 'grid' and its dubious effects. Talk is cheap, arranging some shiny stones according to masonic symbolism is easy, being a new-age-brainwashed
kid with active imagination is also easy and even common in some areas, I bet.
So we really don't have anything in our hands here. Remember that children can even have imaginary friends! So talking crystals might be just as
'real' as those friends.. (not that an imaginary friend couldn't be an actual entity living in astral world, for example, that the kid still sees
because his chakras are not yet as closed as the adults' chakras usually are on this planet, but that's a bit beyond the scope of this post)
As to the claim about 'negative energy' - I would very much like to hear this defined and elaborated on. What does "negative energy" mean, and what
does it mean to 'transmogrify' it into some kind of 'positive energy'? (Well, I am paraphrasing, as I forgot the original terms, and looking at them
now would stop my typing flow)
Minus ions could be construed as 'negative energy', although their effects are very uplifting and constructive (though mild, unless you are next to a
big waterfall). Someone suggested that they should be called 'positive ions', because they are such a 'positive thing'. This of course only shows the
confusion that the masses always give to originally accurate terminology (believe it or not, using the http-protocol used to be called 'browsing the
web', instead of 'surfing the net' - and 'plug'n'play' was already implemented in other computers before Windows 95 was fabricated, and there it was
called "autoconfiguration"). Sometimes I wonder if the masses even deserve to know anything..
But if 'negative energy' means 'minus ions', it wouldn't have to be 'transmogrified' (I know some other, more 'new age'-word was used, but I like this
better), because it's already beneficial to human life.
Does it mean 'lower vibrating energy'? I mean, what was the energy like before the transmogrification, and what is it like afterwards? How does anyone
tell that anything actually happened? Do they 'feel' better? (This is of course not enough, because it's so subjective and there's confirmation bias,
especially about your own kid and his creations, especially if you are a new-age-hippie)
Having said that, I have actually visited rooms that have been clearly vibrating in a higher-than-the-surrounding-environment-frequency, based on how
they felt. It was an amazing experience, but I only had the honor of experiencing such things a few times in my life. Still, it was also logical that
the rooms would feel like that - one was a group meditation room, one was a similar group prayer room, and one was a chinese acupuncturist's
So, WHAT is that 'negative energy', WHY would he want to 'transmogrify' it, and WHAT is the practical end result (without which, WHAT would
What does this 'grid' actually accomplish, that's measurable in some way (not necessarily with equipment - like, if it does transform lower vibes to
higher ones, it might create the euphoric feeling that existed in those rooms I just mentioned)?
At least get the terminology to be clear. How can energy be 'transmogrified' anyway? There's really no such thing as 'bad' energy or 'good' energy -
there's just different vibration frequencies, different amounts/powers of energy, and different directions of energy (yin/yang, expanding or
contracting). So you can heal or construct something with energy, but you can also destroy or expand something with energy and create explosions or
implosions. So what is this 'negative energy', really?
Eight-year old kids may have the benefit of having open mind, that is not full of all kinds of mental concepts and locked mindsets and denial and
bitterness - but they also do not have a fully matured brain yet, their chakras are still under development, they do not have a lot of first-hand
experience of the world, it's limitations, how it all works, and all - all they see is possibilities. And they are very suspectiple to the influence
of TV shows, comics, stories, movies, and whatever their parents are feeding him. He might have seen something on a TV show, forgotten about it, and
using it sub-consciously, and yet thinking that it's his own creation. It's not a coincidence that he seems to be building very masonic symbolism, and
his parents and sisters are new age-cultists from the looks of things.
It'd be fun to just take his word for it, but as the Cosmic Messenger told us, there will be such masters that they will almost dupe the very
* I think they might have been actual skulls, or 'energetically modelled' from living human beings, but I am not sure how well these theories hold
water without further research - but I feel like there's something more to it than just some primitive dudes carving a crystal when they were bored
and the bars were closed that night.
** The chinese know how to raise the vibration frequency, at least according to a study made that showed that even Chinatowns have higher vibration
frequency than the surrounding city, and chinese cities in general did have similar higher vibe compared to some other cities - I know how vague it
all sounds, and I can't remember the details myself, so I can't offer you any links or proof, I am simply offering you what I know, and you can take
it or leave it - but in that sense, it did make sense, that the rooms were higher in frequency - mind you, no one told me they were, or anything - I
just felt something I never felt anywhere else, every time I visited such a room, and it was such a tingling, uplifting, almost euphoric experience,
like walking in mountain air or clouds in total harmony - it was such a wonderous feeling that I wanted to learn how to create it myself, so my place
would always have that - sadly, I never found the secret to creating such an 'atmosphere', if you will, so I never learned to do it.
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