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Gelder Kunz, Dora van - Crystals can have auras too



Type of Spiritual Experience


All physical things have spirit beings responsible for them even minerals and chemicals as you can see if you look at people who met the beings of pharmaceuticals.  It is possible via the links with those beings  [inter composer communication] to obtain information about the templates of the things themselves - auras and templates being in a sense synonymous in ths case.

If you are a gifted healer as Dora was [called Diane in this observation] your composer will present the information as an image.  There is some synaesthesia going on here as everything does emit energy and this energy can be sensed and converted via the body to sensations which may then be converted to images, but in the majority of cases with objects like these crystals, the information is being passed between composers [as far as i can tell from the other observations]

A description of the experience

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As a preliminary procedure I took her to the Museum of Natural History in New York City where we could observe a large array of crystals. If she could see energy patterns around crystals, then we could go ahead with some experimental observations.

The first crystal we observed was an unpolished Burma ruby of the carborundum variety. Diane saw an energy field around this ruby which she described in the following way. "There is a center inside the stone from which two kinds of energy radiate outward. These energy radiations turn to the right and go through intricate bending."

Further observation of rubies brought out what appeared to be a general pattern characteristic of a ruby of this type. At the center of the stone, a core of originating energy appeared to move to the periphery and then bend in an intricate manner back to the center of the stone. Diane sees this as a constantly moving field, not a static field. She insisted that she could identify two types of energy in the pattern, which she designated as positive and negative.

When we looked at the Edith Haggen De Long star sapphire, Diane saw the same pattern of energy originating from a center inside the stone, moving toward the periphery, and then bending back to the center with a constant in and out movement. She again described two types of energy, positive and negative.

We moved to another display case to observe a star sapphire of a dark midnight purple type. Diane described a similar energy pattern except that the second sapphire seemed to have a more intense energy which appeared to shoot higher from the periphery before bending back. I asked her if she saw any apparent difference between the sapphires and the rubies. The only difference she observed was that the energy pattern of the sapphires appeared to be darker. Both the ruby and the sapphire are carborundum stones, although Diane did not know this.

We moved to a case displaying a topaz which is silicate of aluminum containing fluorine. Diane described a very different energy pattern. The energy emerged from a center inside the gem in a triangular form. These energy radiations twisted to the left and returned to the center still bending in triangular pattems. Each topaz we observed had the same characteristic pattern.

The source of the experience

Gelder Kunz, Dora van

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