April 28, 2017

Laminar Crystal

Muscovite mica

Laminar crystal is made of muscovite mica, a crystalline, sheet-like (laminar) formation, combined with food-safe ceramic clay. Mica is used in many modern technologies as a capacitor and as an insulator. Lesser known is the fact that mica is tuned to many cosmic frequencies that support life on Earth. Numerous large deposits on the planet help to maintain energetic balance and to continually cleanse the surrounding environment.  When mica is mixed with ceramic clay, it creates a matrix that can be molded to any shape. Firing creates a new material and the clay becomes a part of the crystalline mica matrix. The resulting product is similar to material believed to have been used in the capstone of the Great Pyramid in Egypt.

Crystalline materials are “tuned,” like radio receivers, to pick up specific frequencies. Molecular organization determines which frequencies they are tuned to accumulate. Mica and laminar crystal pick up many life-supporting cosmic frequencies and radiate them for the benefit of everything in the surrounding area.

Muscovite mica flakes

Among other things, crystals are capacitors. They accumulate and discharge energy. Laminar crystal objects  can store a tremendous amount of energy which results from millions of multi-directional layers resonating together. The elements in laminar crystal are maintained in a high spin state referred to as ORMUS. As one particle discharges, it charges another particle so that the high spin state is maintained. When placed in or around water, laminar crystal objects excite individual elements in water and heighten their energetic potential. Laminar crystal brings structure, life force, and hydrogen to water. It is ideal when used in combination with ocean salts and with ANCHI Crystals.  Together, these bring the full-spectrum of life-supporting energies to water.

For years, archeologists have pondered the use of mica in ancient temples and pyramids. The Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan in Mexico originally had huge sheets of mica embedded between two of the upper levels of the pyramid.  Unfortunately these were removed and sold during restoration in the early 1900s. More recently, a “Mica Temple” was discovered on the same site. Directly under a floor of heavy rock slabs, massive sheets of mica were found—one laid directly on top of the other. The use of mica was obviously not decorative and it has been found in other Olmec sites.

In one form or another, mica is found in many pyramids and ancient towers.  This suggests its purpose as an energetic accumulator, radiator, and/or shield. Pyramids and pyramid complexes are also often found in conjunction with underground caverns and tunnels suggesting the flow of water beneath them. Recently, expansive caverns have been discovered beneath the entire pyramid complex in Egypt. The flooding of the Nile River each year would have filled these tunnels and supported the generation of massive amounts of energy. Many books have been written on this possibility. Read the article on mica and cosmic frequencies.

How to use laminar crystal

Laminar orbs_smLaminar crystal objects can be placed in or near water. If you are using small objects in the water, their use in groups of 3 creates a unique resonance that structures, refines and energizes water more rapidly. Place 3 laminar crystal objects in a pitcher of water (preferably water that has already been structured) and leave overnight or longer before consumption. Laminar Crystal Orbs are our own unique creation using more mica (visible as shiny flecks) than some of the original laminar crystal products.  Laminar Crystal Orbs are sold in sets of 3. They are included in Introductory Kit #2.


Laminar Egg1

THe Water Cradle

The Water Cradle combines the golden mean ratio with the energetic benefits of laminar crystal. This provides a unique way to refine water’s structure and to enhance its energetic potential. Within a porous, egg-shaped vessel, water’s receptive potential is maximized. It reaches its most refined energetic state in perfect balance and equilibrium. This is because clay (and laminar crystal) allows water to breathe—which keeps water cool. Cool, dense water at the outer edges of an egg-shaped clay container sinks to the bottom, forcing warmer water to rise up the center. The process ensures constant cooling and it enhances the continual circulation of energy. No stagnant area exists.  As water circulates, molecules assume a tightly packed, refined, crystalline network while gasses become quiet and latent. Hydrogen retreats into the molecular cages formed as water becomes a liquid crystal. Even distilled or reverse osmosis water (when mixed with activated salts) becomes refined within hours inside the Water Cradle.


Laminar Crystal Orbs (set of 3) – $15.99


Laminar Crystal egg-shaped vessel (the Water Cradle) – $79.99

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