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A time when the magic of crystals intertwined with the destiny of man
The myths circulating on the planet tell of the sages of Lemuria and how they used crystals to improve their spiritual abilities and gain insights into the essence of the Universe.
Legends tell of the arrogance of Atlantis, whose powerful people, in their desire to rule the world, abused the power of crystals and destroyed civilization. Fortunately, knowledge was recorded on the mystical Emerald Plate of Hermes Trismegistus (who is the third and last incarnation of Toth the Atlantean, the mystical guardian of knowledge and builder of the pyramids).
Between the age of myths and today
Civilizations have risen and disappeared, leaving us traces on which to walk, back to the past, to destinies long forgotten, to lives that we would like to understand, to decipher.
And here we are in Sumer, where crystals are used for magic formulas, but also for making jewelry and decorating temples.
In South America, crystals are transferred from one civilization to another, retaining their magical powers and charms.
In ancient Rome, well-to-do citizens walked the streets carrying amulets and talismans made of crystals, intended to ensure their good health and prosperity. Soldiers marching down the road, shining a red grenade on their armor, which will protect them during the battle.
On the other side of the world, Chinese doctors use needles with crystal tips for acupuncture, and figurines made of carved jade, among other gems, decorate houses and royal palaces.
Let's step even deeper into the past and here we are in ancient Egypt, among people who truly love crystals and do not miss the opportunity to adorn themselves with them both in this earthly life and after it. They say: the energy of the crystal helps the deceased to find his way to the other world. Pharaohs and priests everywhere carry quartz-filled cylinders with them, which they believe balance the Ba and Ka energy of the body. And the noblewomen of that time use the most expensive make-up - eye shadow made of lapis lazuli powder.
The ancient Greeks called the crystals "krustullos", ice, the name they still bear today. Like the Romans, Greek soldiers believe that crystals can protect them during the battle, especially hematite, which will make them invisible.
In the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan, crystals are used as a medium through which one can connect with psychic energies. It is especially popular to look at a crystal ball, in order to see and predict future events. Quartz crystal balls are considered to represent the heart of the dragon and signify their power and wisdom.
And in ancient India, practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine taught that crystals could eliminate bad astrological and karmic aspects. In the oldest Hindu scriptures, the Vedas, crystals and their specific healing properties are described in detail.
The age of today
Following the Path of Crystals, through medieval lovers and admirers in all countries of the world, who found either practical or artistic application for crystals, we come to the present day, wherewith the advent of New Age culture the use of crystals as a healing method gained popularity again. an age when the magic of crystals once again touched the hearts of men.