What Are Crystals?

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Today, we will be looking into the scientific making of crystals. Crystals are a result of molecules locking together in a solid material over and over again. Crystals are not formed in military-fashion; they are usually strange geometric shapes.

The most common types of crystals used are called quartz. Quartz are grown as six-sided columns and are caused by a specific way the molecules link up. Each quartz molecule is composed of four atoms of oxygen and one of silicon (which is used in every single computer).

Personal beliefs aside, crystals do stabilize and help push the flow of energy. If you would like to read the science behind how quartz crystals can actually store data. just head over here. Due to their balance and ordered structure that emits constant and steady frequency, crystals are used in every piece of modern technology. They are structured in such a way that they respond to the inputs of all energy around them, leading them to oscillate and emit specific vibratory frequencies.

There are no modern scientific studies to back-up the belief that they hold healing powers. Many scientists believe that is pseudoscience. Others believe otherwise, and state that their lives have transformed due to their use of crystals. There is an actual Crystal Movement that pushes the notion that everyone should be use crystals to share love and healing.

No matter what your perspective is on crystals, there is no disputing that they have been an enormous push in modern technology and surround us everyday.

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