Welcome yet again, Gemstone Geeks and Crystal Creeps!
This weeks post is going to take you on a journey down the rabbit hole, to a land where the physical universe isn’t quite as dense and boring as you may be accustomed to.
Today we will be delving into the topic of copper jewellery, and how it might aid us not only with physical imbalances and problems, but also with issues a little more metaphysical in nature.
is perhaps the most important metal in the history of (hu)man as it is one of the first metals ever mined and worked by human hands over 10,000 years ago. It was also a primary component of the first metal alloys, Bronze for example is a copper alloy. Gold and iron may have been used even earlier than copper, but we learned to smelt copper and fashion it into useful tools and copper jewellery before iron.
Humans have had a close relationship with this gorgeous metal for nearly as long as we could stand on two legs, and have depended on copper to provide and support our physical needs ever since the first caveman thought it would be a cool idea to throw the shiny rocks onto the campfire. It continues to support us in a multitude of imaginative ways today.
Think. Just for a second. Would human civilisation exist today if we hadn’t discovered copper? The wires that nourish your home with distilled fire. The life providing water, flowing through the plumbing in your house. Every single electronic device in existence. Where would we as a species be without these advancements? Likely still in our caves.
Surely this incredible metal with its numerous useful talents should have some more hidden up its’ sleeve?
With advancements in Quantum Physics, discoveries are being made that indicate that the world may not be quite as solid as it appears. All matter vibrates, and 99% of each and every atom is made up of empty space. These we know for a fact, and the frequency at which something vibrates, denotes its physical properties.