posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 03:35 PM
You're very welcome.
I've always been interested in this subject but as someone who cuts and sells cabochons I don't talk about it much in the general public arena.
It's a polarizing subject in the gem and jewelry business. You either believe in the metaphysical claims or you don't, and if you don't then you
look down upon those that do.
I have mixed feelings about metaphysical properties though....
On the one hand, I think it's unethical to make claims about healing properties when there are so many who are desperate for a cure to certain
ailments. I've seen people selling stones at ten times the real market value simply because they are claiming some healing property.
On the other hand, I don't see a problem selling stones at fair market value w/advertising that outlines the reported metaphysical properties as long
as there is a disclaimer.
But beyond all of the ethical questions, I think there may be something to this. Quartz has so many unique properties. I'm a firm believer that
frequencies and resonance effect physiological functions at a cellular level. There is so much that medical science is just beginning to understand
about how cells actually function.
I don't like loose ends and have always thought that there are real, physical mechanisms that allow for things like ESP, prophecy, "faith healing",
channeling, remote viewing, OOBEs, etc... a good example of one of the physical mechanisms would be Bio-photons. I think bio-photon activity is the
mechanism by which most Psi-phenomena propagate. Certain stones may play an important role in frequency stabalization and bio-photon activity.
I would be interested if you find any information that seems to be based in some reality...