"The Children of the Law of One Basic
Meta-Physics of Science-Magic" continued...
Search of Real Metaphysics
When I was a young teenager, I was fascinated with metaphysics, and in
particular, concepts about astral travel, unknown energy, and color/sound
healing. I read everything I could find, and much of it was exciting, and
mentally stimulating. But I soon came to realize that not one of the books
gave any real facts about color or sound or their “workings” in theory.
Sure, some gave information, but it made no real sense when you looked into it
objectively and thoroughly. It was just metaphysical mumbo-jumbo.
You might read something like, “Purple is the color of Aquarius, Thursdays,
and blah blah blah, and is associated with the note low C. Purple can be
used to heal the gall stones and blah blah blah”. But how did purple do
that, why, and what source was this information from? Could it be proven?
And I was a musician, yet I couldn’t understand what the heck “low C” was.
Other mentions in the book indicated that they were not using the system of
sharps and flats in the chromatic musical scale, so it couldn’t mean C flat.
And there was already a mention of “regular C”. In all the books I
read, I couldn’t find ONE thing that a real metaphysician, a scientist, or
would-be scientist, could actually experiment with or use. I was so happy
to find that the Children had teachings that actually gave me the physics
involved with these sciences, and facts that made sense. With this
information, I was able to discover many things like the real colors associated
with real musical notes. I could demonstrate it mathematically and prove
it, and I could make a device that combined the two. This was real
metaphysics at last.
Many people have heard about quartz crystals. And most people sense that
there is something very special about them. Friends and books may have
made references to “crystal energy”, and healing with them (or related
crystals), and talked about how "cosmic" they are. I'd heard all
that too, but it was almost always too vague and unsubstantiated for me. I
wanted to know more - and I wanted facts. Here are some of those facts -
the “real” metaphysical scoop on crystals.
Crystals are amazing energy transmutators - they can take electricity and change
it to physical vibration. They can also do the opposite - take vibration,
and change it to electricity.
Because of the transmutating property of crystals, they have been used by most
people on a daily basis for quite some time, and many people aren't even aware
of it. In fact, for many years crystals were vital to the workings
of radio and TV. The crystals transform the vibrations of electricity,
changing them to the very rapid, and specific, vibrations of radio/TV waves.
Those waves travel through the air to wherever we are, and then crystals change
them back to electricity, allowing us to hear or see something that is going on
in a far away place. Each receiving crystal is "tuned" to a
specific frequency of vibration, which matches a transmitting crystal. By
changing your receiving crystal, you "change channels". This is
the same for radio, TV, walkie-talkies, CB, Ham, whatever. Before
the advent of synthesized tuners, you had to have a different crystal for every
different channel (frequency) you wanted to use.
Some of you know how all cigarette lighters used to have a “flint and wheel”
(stone age stuff) that made sparks that ignited either lighter fluid, or butane.
Many modern lighters have switched to a different system - crystal technology.
Instead of spinning a wheel with your thumb to make a spark, you just push down
a button or plunger, and it makes a “click”, and lights. Those
lighters use a tiny piece of crystal, that creates an electrical spark - with no
batteries or anything. They take advantage of a property of crystals they
call “piezo-electric”. It’s amazing how they work. When you
press down on the lighter’s button, it “cocks” a piece of plastic or
metal, and when you hear the click, you are hearing the sound of the crystal
being struck by that plastic or metal piece snapping down on it. When the
crystal is struck, this creates a vibration pressure on the crystal, causing it
to give off a spark of electricity, igniting the butane.