Thought One

Last week I gave a lecture on Crystals, I thought that I would share this information with you. My information comes from some books that I read recently on the subject.

It is believed that crystals remind us of our starry origin, since crystals are supposed to be figments of stars as we are. Like any precious stone all crystals are supposed to possess an individual ‘note’ or ‘sound’, which it releases  into the ethers.

It is believed that Pyramids utilized the power of Quartz crystals to create weightlessness. South Americans believed that crystals were sacred stones inhabited by Spirits.

Atlanteans used a lot of it to receive telepathic messages.

Aborigines believed Quartz crystals to be sacred stones, particularly those with flaws.

Gypsies could read ones future by gazing into a crystal bowl.

Hindu ascetics often don a crystal necklace, even though they renounce everything else.

So are you convinced enough to go and pick up a quartz crystal for yourself? Well, it is believed that you cannot go looking for the crystal, the crystal which is meant for you, finds you, when you are ready.



It is believed that the Turkish evil eye jewellery wards off the evil eye and protects the wearer from negative influences and the belief that one person can cast a spell on another.

The above concept to ward off negative influences owes its origin to a Turkish myth (nazar bonjuk)

The blue glass eye charm stares at the person who is supposedly casting the spell telling him that he is not going to get away with it! It also mirrors back the blue of the evil eye and confuses  it.

The eye of Horus owes its origin to the Egyptian falcon god. The latter’s eye was hurt by his uncle Seth. Seth wanted to covet the throne of Egypt. Horus emerged victorious and since then many tombstones and buildings in Ancient Egypt have been adorned with the ‘Eye of Horus’  as a symbol of Victory over jealousy and ill intentions.