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Arabia Mountain Working, crystal - special oil scrying experiment, May 10, 2014. The experiment involved using a crystal wand and piezoelectric acupuncture pen on the ajna chakra (Tau Dositeos and Tau Roger) who would be driving later, and the addition of a special oil created by a shaman to enhance visionary power, the latter added with Tau Salix Alba as experimental subject, given by Tau Sir Hasirim. It was felt prudent not to give the full activation to anyone who would be driving. Arabia Mountain, itself laced with quartz crystal and crossed by several ley lines, can create a disorienting temporary effect, and Salix Alba was not driving. Here are some details on practice, theory and results.


Our purpose was to activate the Ajna Chakra with oil, crystal wand and piezoelectric charge to provoke visionary experience, at our primary "power spot" in the area of Atlanta, GA, Arabia Mountain at Consecration Rock.  In the experimental system we use, there are 97 known "hot points" (points chauds) corresponding to the traditional degrees of the Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis-Misraim.  The Ajna Chakra corresponds to the 97th Degree, as described on our chart of correspondences:

Ancient & Primitive Rite of Memphis Misraim points chauds system
for full explanation please read this and this.


Tau Salix Alba's Account of the full visionary experiment.
Arabia Working; May 10, 2014

An experimental working was held on accupuncture points:
+Allen used a device based on acupuncture, a slight electric stimulator, on my third eye.  He then applied some oil to the area with a crystal wand.
After the working, I had the following experience: I walked around the mountain on a journey.  Traveling, I found a staff carved at the foot, a spiderweb nesting in its fork.  I walked with the land, speaking to the organisms present.  A bluebird landed on a dead tree and the following came to me: we are like the bluebird landing joyously at the end of one life before traveling higher up to the next.  I could not mentally follow the bluebird as it flew higher up the mountain to a stand of green bushes.  I sat on the rocks momentarily and was instructed not to harm the green growth.  I was also not to sit too close to the water.  For myself, I know it can be perilous to look into the reflection for too long: you can get stuck.  The birds then asked me to retire to a stand of trees, in a shaded area.  I sat and meditated.  The last message I received was this: tobacco is a good traveling companion when used sparingly.
I returned to the group at Consecration Rock and my journey was ended.
Prior to the working, I was concerned about the electric stimulation on my head, but have had no adverse side affects, either the day of or 24+ hours later.



The Piezoelectric Effect and the Pineal Gland in the Human Brain
Debbie Edwards
Learn how electromagnetic energy affects the Pineal Gland in the human body and how the Calcite Micro-crystals respond and reproduce electromagnetic energy.
As we explored the Piezoelectric effect through my other article pertaining to Quartz Crystal in which we described the Piezoelectric effect as electricity resulting  from pressure, which holds an accumulated electric charge as a solid material, in this article we are going to further explore how this effect pertains to the Pineal Gland inside the human brain.
In this article we will be exploring how the Piezoelectric effect relates to the human brain and electromagnetic energies within and outside the human body that pertain to extra sensory perception and energetic sensitivity, especially during exercises that focus on enhancing the electromagnetic response through meditation, dreams and environmental stimulation. In metaphysical literature, the Pineal Gland has been described as the “seat of the soul”, the “third eye”, and “Brow Chakra (Ajna Chakra). The reference to being the “third eye” is quite ironic considering the anatomy of the Pineal Gland has a lens, cornea and retina as does the actual eye.
Physiologically, the Pineal Gland is a pine cone shaped gland of the endocrine system that is approximately the size of a raisin, and is responsible for producing Melatonin which influences sexual development and regulates the sleep cycles in the human brain and body. More specifically, the Pineal gland is responsible for converting Serotonin into Melatonin and is the only gland in the body that does so. It is the first distinguishable gland present in the brain and is recognizable within three weeks gestation of fetal development.
Inside the Pineal Gland are Calcite Micro Crystals consisting of Calcium, Carbon and Oxygen that produce bioluminescense; a “cold” light that produces light without heat, ranging in the blue-green light spectrum. In deep sea marine life that uses bioluminescense in the same way, we can look forward to more emphasis on developing the Pineal Gland for transparency within the cellular tissue of the human body. For example, there have been ongoing studies in labs with animals such as rats in which bioluminescent imaging is able to detect cancer or abnormal cell growth in comparison with thermal imaging that makes the study and conclusions more efficient and precise.
The Calcite Micro-crystals are said to have their own Piezoelectric effect that is responsive to electromagnetic energies outside the physical body, and can also produce it’s own electromagnetic energy. A new form of bio-mineralization has been studied in the human Pineal Gland using scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive spectroscopy.
A study conducted in Israel by the Department of Chemical Engineering through the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Sheva, these tiny micro-crystals were noted to have a texture that may be noncentrosymmetric because of the structural organization of the sub-unit, even though the single crystals do have a center of symmetry which gives one reason in which the crystals are considered Piezoelectric, similar to the calcite crystals inside the inner ear. Among many results, it is discovered that the calcite micro-crystals would have piezoelectric properties with excitability in the frequency range of mobile communications which brings into question the entire spectrum of energy waves we encounter every day that could, in the long term, create morphological change on cellular membranes of related cells.
What this means is that any energies that produce an electromagnetic response in relation to the Pineal gland could alter energy patterns within the body and brain from the central nervous system to sexual function, sleep cycles or sleep deprivation and hypersensitivity to electromagnetic stimulation through one’s environment.
Discovering the alteration that electromagnetic frequency waves of energy has on the Pineal Gland is not new to science, Metaphysicians or spiritualists.
According to author Preston B. Nichols who wrote The Montauk Project copyright © 1992, states that in the 1960’s, military personnel of the Air Force were working on the Sage Radar project on a decommissioned base, Montauk. It was reported that by changing the pulse duration and frequency of the radar that used a middle infrared band of energy waves, they could change the general mood of the people on the base.
Results of stronger pulses of infrared energy waves on the brain, and especially the Calcite Micro-crystals in the Pineal Gland are:
Sleepiness. Crying,  Agitation, Depression, Anxiety, Aggression, Fear, Terror, Hopelessness, Grief, Apathy, and even Death.
Infrared energy waves are the lower frequency waves on the light spectrum. Low frequency waves have a longer wave length which correspond with lower emotional energies and moods. While higher frequency waves such as those in the green, blue and violet range produce higher emotional energies and moods.
The same results can be seen in sound waves as well. A great study for comparison is Dr. Masaru Emoto in his groundbreaking research of how human consciousness can intentionally and unintentionally effect the molecular structure of water,  as well as studying the result of sound wave vibrations. For example, research has been done in which large metal plates are subjected to a range of different sound waves that affect grains of sand sitting on top of the metal plate. The conclusion is that the grains of sand develop and shift into geometric patterns and shapes depending on the sound waves that are applied.
Metaphysically, quartz crystals resonate very closely with the Piezoelectric effect that the Calcite Micro-crystals produce within the Pineal Gland as well as inner ear, which makes them highly effective for the usage of spiritual endeavors, meditation, altering one’s mood or altering one’s state of well being that range in subtlety or intensity for the individual using crystals as a form of energetic therapy.
Similar to how the lower infrared band of frequency waves can adversely affect the mood and health of the human body, so can the higher frequency waves that can positively affect the mood and health of the human body.
Avoiding geographical areas or electronic equipment that emit large quantities of infrared energy waves supports a more positive experience in relation to the Pineal Gland and assists in keeping in balance the moods, sleep cycles and sexual health of the person.


"The Mount Arabia Migmatite of Grant and others (1980) is a light-gray to whitish-gray, medium-grained muscovite-biotite-microcline-oligoclase-quartz gneiss with well-defined, contorted, generally 3-mm- to 1-cm-thick gneissic layering. The migmatite gneiss is the prevalent rock type in Lithonia Gneiss near its edges, whereas the metagranite is far more prevalent away from the edges of most outcrop areas of Lithonia Gneiss. Garnet segregations in lenses as large as 2 m by 2 m are locally present in the migmatite gneiss. Scattered xenoliths, mainly of amphibolite, are present in the metagranite and the migmatite gneiss, but are probably more abundant in the migmatite gneiss."

Arabia Mountain appears to be composed of granite, like other nearby peaks such as Stone Mountain and Panola Mountain. Although made of metamorphic rock, the mountain is actually composed of migmatite, metamorphosed at higher temperatures than gneiss but not sufficiently melted to become granite.
Arabia Mountain is one of five locations in the US where black-spored quillwort (Isoetes melanospora) are found. It is one of 44 locations in the US where little amphianthus (Amphianthus pusillus) is found. These are endangered species protected by Georgia and Federal law. The largest and most important population of black-spored quillwort and one of the largest Amphianthus populations occur here. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's five-year review of these species, completed in 2008, states that "enforcement to protect sensitive areas needs improvement" in the Arabia Mountain area.
Arabia Mountain is one of a small number of locations in the southeastern United States where Small's stonecrop (Diamorpha smallii) thrives (this plant is not listed as an endangered species in Georgia or the US, but is in Tennessee). When granite and similar stone outcrops are exposed to erosion, over time, small depressions, called solution pools, form where weaker rock wears away faster than surrounding rock (often assisted by lichen). Over time, these depressions fill with sand washed down from higher locations, which accumulates a small amount of organic content from decaying dead leaves and other detritus, as well as rain water. Small's stonecrop then takes hold in these sandy hollows.
Geology of Arabia Mountain in detail - click here

"One of the earliest and most well-known forms of divination, scrying originated from people using reflective surfaces to gain knowledge about the future. One of the earliest uses of crystals and gemstones in scrying comes form the Druids, who used beryl for scrying. Scottish Highlanders termed these objects "stones of power." From this, the early crystal balls were made from beryl, later replaced by spheres made from rock crystal. Prominent in the middle ages, scryers revered their crystal balls, and often passed them on to their apprentices.
"Many other cultures around the world traditionally used crystals and gemstones as tools for various forms of scrying. Examples include the diviners of the Yucatan, who placed great reverence on clear stones such as quartz, and Apache medicine men, who used crystals for inducing visions."
"My own feeling is that for scrying purposes a quartz crystal sphere would be better, simply because the quartz sphere has a living spirit residing within it and the glass sphere does not. The living quartz will enhance the psychic abilities of the scryer."

Announcing the upcoming Arabia Mountain meet-up dates for 2014.  We'll be   meeting on Saturdays this season, meet-up at 3:00 to begin climbing at   4:00.  Mark your calendars!
Saturday, June 28
Saturday, July 26
Saturday, August 30
Saturday, September 27

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