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Fake Crystals And Orgonite Devices Dominate The Market
scams are a part of every financial flow, especially if the trade of goods is not regulated nor controlled by a lawful legislature. The business of trading precious stones might be called the wild wild west of the 21st century. Finding a reliable seller, especially online, is harder than finding a needle in the haystack. Diamonds remain the only type of precious stones that need to be certified, either by GIA (Gemological Insitute of America) or another gemological authority.
Establishing a business partnership with a reliable seller is the doorway to possession of genuine gemstones, enjoyment of their benefits, and a good reputation in the orgonite community.
Well, after all of my orgonite pyramids and charging plates either got sold or gifted away, I began feeling the influence of DOR (deadly orgone radiation), once again, which motivated me to make another series of orgonite devices. First, I focused on acquiring metals without worrying too much about crystals, 'cause I lived in an illusion that getting our hands on real crystals is an easy peasy task.
Once the nanoparticles of copper, silver, and gold arrived, it was time to place orders for geodes of amethyst and quartz, however, something seemed and felt wrong. There were two voices. One was telling me Etsy would ban scammers, while the other one was telling me to check Asian eBay "Alibaba" for crystals and orgonite devices, which I did, thank God. It made me realize all e-stores and markets, including eBay, Amazon, and Etsy are LOADED with fake crystals and orgonite devices! Here are a few examples:
It's true! Such devices are attractive to one's eyes, unfortunately, they're made of fake crystals. Here comes an interesting part! Pay close attention to the following "orgonite device" and the price thereof:
Guess what I found on ETSY:
Here is another example:
One would think that buying crystals instead of orgonite devices is safer. Unfortunately, it's not any safer, nor more legit. GIA has published a warning and introduction into the simulations or imitations of gemstones. Some of those imitations look real enough to deceive even the most experienced people! Tips and tricks on detecting imitations are practically useless, 'cause an average person rarely comes into contact with precious stones and has close to zero experience. That's the reason I recommend buying crystals only from certified shops! GIA approved shops can be found here: https://www.gia.edu/UK-EN/retailer-lookup
DO NOT buy from any store that doesn't offer certificates, unless you're a passionate risk-taker.
While shopping for crystals online, the first thing that should trigger your alarms is the price! Nobody can afford to be selling amethyst geodes for 30 $ (on average) per kilogram! I've even found Alibaba sellers asking for 10$ per kilogram! One has to wonder what are those crystals made of? Recycled glass?
I'd also offer Sir Reinhard Stanjek orgonite devices, however, he is more tolerant to imperfections, unlike S&A owner, who is, by all means, a perfectionist and a master of his craft. The thing I greatly admire in his work is the application of ancient knowledge and measurements. For instance, his orgonite pyramids are of the golden ratio, while his coils are cut to the length of a sacred cubit (52.4 cm), which makes them vibrate at 144 Hz!
S&A owner is following the old-school principles and "how-to", which is why his orgonite devices are made of 50-50 ratio. 50% metals, 50% crystals, which is, according to the "founding fathers of orgonite technology" by far the most potent ratio.
Here is one of S&A's videos, showing the process of measuring the Life-Force that's produced by their orgonite devices:
I sincerely hope this article will make you think twice before buying "crystals" and "orgonites". If you know a reliable gemstone-seller, please, let me know, 'cause my business partner moved abroad and left me "stoneless". I'd like to buy geodes of amethyst and quartz (clear, smokey, and rose types)!