posted on Oct, 29 2013 @ 09:33 AM
Maybe it is less an issue of some substances 'calling' good or bad aliens, if such a thing exists (cannot comment, never experienced it), and more
about them simply having some a subtle effect on the human physiology, which attracts a certain tiny brainwave effect (same as closing your eyes or
jumping rope or smellling vanilla does), which may 'tune one into' something we'd call intuitive, perceptions a bit offbeat or geared to symbolically
representing some part of us.
I am working to be open minded to that because I have an archetypes focus, sort of, and if it makes sense that I can work with any Aeons that be (from
'Knight of Wands' to 'Copper' to 'the number 4') and work out the details of improving the energetic relationship... then why should it be different
for rocks. Ha. By which I mean if I follow my own logic there, actual copper is an energy just as 'the archetype of' the element is (if not more
physically-obviously-so). So if I can have a hairy relationship with knight of wands that takes me six months of angst to work through, why couldn't
someone have a less than ideal relationship with the energy of a gemstone or something? I don't suppose I can hold my own philosophies without
granting the other space to be real, by proxy.
If such can be true though, doesn't it make you wonder how we might be reacting to things all over in our environment that we are completely oblivious
to, but may be affecting us en masse and long term without our realizing it.
PS and as 'reality as symbology' and 'archetypes' go, a gemstone created by the dynamic impact of a visiting element from space is far out cool.
edit on 29-10-2013 by RedCairo because: PS