144 Sided Dream Vogel Crystal Wand 'ORGINS' Quantum Crysto-Light Converter

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Very Rare Water Clear 144 Sided Dream Vogel Crystal Wand 'ORGINS' Quantum Crysto-Light Converter. (From my personal Collection)

These are sentient forms of divinely intelligent consciousness whose sacred geometric angles unlock dimensional gates that allow the prepared seeker to dance with creative light force and source. Cut / Manifested at an angle of 51 degrees, 51 minutes and 51 seconds, similar to the angles used to structure the Great Pyramid of Egypt.

This Authentic Kabbalistic crystal healing wand is cut according to principles of sacred geometry. Only a handful of Master Cutters active in the world today have the expertise required to cut 144 facets on a crystal wand. Only a handful of 144's are produced in any given year, and of those few produced are water clear and without surface blemishes like this piece here.

This is a precision instrument, one I personally used for some time and can attest to its power and effectiveness. This Vogel offers extreme advancement to those with sufficient Light Quotient to activate in synergy with the Matrix of the Cosmos. Understand it was not produced to be shelf crystal, it is meant to be utilized with benevolent intent. Most that are drawn to them understand this, & probably worked with them with their Atla-Ra, the benevolent scientist priests and priestesses of the Law of One of Poseida. These are not meant for everyone, they amplify thought.

144 Sided Vogel: “Activate, Activate, Activate” – Pull from the unseen and access multi-dimensional realms. Travel beyond the here-and-now. Step over time, like skipping stones on water, and access the past, present, and future, most specifically past lives for healing. The wand of the true magicians. Like a set of explosives designed to catapult you forward, outward, inward. Energize. Initiate. Expand.

Dimensions: 6.5" x 1.6" inches
Weight: 362 grams | 12.8 oz

“The crystal is a neutral object whose inner structure exhibits a crystalline state of perfection and balance. When it’s precisely cut to the proper geometric form and when the human mind enters into relationship with its structural perfection in the vibration of love, the crystal emits a vibration which extends and amplifies the power and grasp of the user’s mind. Like a laser, it radiates energy in a coherent, highly concentrated form, and this extremely benevolent energy may be transmitted into objects or people at will. This I know to be true. ” Dr Marcel Vogel

The 144 sided Vogel wand is attuned to some of the most important of the sacred geometric forms that exist in the causal plane, and which manifest in our material Universe as the most basic forms of Nature, in both microcosm and macrocosm.

In many traditions of Judaeo-Christian mysticism, the Number 144 is a magical number that symbolizesconscious unity arising from complexity, and thus is symbolic of both macrocosm and microcosm. In addition, the number 144 represents Unity Consciousness, the self-reflective, transcendent aspect of the Divine.

Kabbalistic scholars say that the Hebrew name for Eden is “Mem Daleth Kuf”, which has a numerical value of 144.

According to Christian mysticism, the number one hundred expresses the Unit(y) of the divine world (the Unit(y) of God) 4 x 10 symbolizes the stability of the angelic world, 4 x (1) Unit symbolizes the eternal stability of the Holy City, whose form is precisely a cube. The Holy City represents material creation, our Universe.

In the Douay-Rheims Bible, in Revelation, we read how a new heaven and a new earth appeared after the destruction of the old creation at the end of days, and a New Jerusalem appears in the heavens as well.

John, the narrator of the Book of Revelation, explains how an angel took him for a heavenly tour of the New Jerusalem: “And he measured the wall thereof an hundred and forty-four cubits, the measure of a man, which is of an angel.” (Rev. 21:17).

Here the number 144 is identified as the measure of the macrocosm, the New Jerusalem, of the spiritual servants of the Lord, the angelic hosts, and of the creatures situated midway between the macrocosm and the microcosm, human beings.

Mathematicians know that 144 is a Fibonacci number. (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233...) The ratio of each successive pair (5/3, 8/5, 233/144) equals phi, or 1.618033988749895.

Phi is known as the Golden Ratio, Section, or Mean. Graphed it is a spiral. The golden mean is not a number; it is a relationship, called a ratio.

The golden mean is one of the key elements of sacred geometry, and the spiral forms that exist in nature corresponding to the Fibonacci series can be found in plants, animals, DNA strands, many examples of sacred architecture, and even in the shape and structure of entire galaxies. The number of seeds in a sunflower, the petals of any flower, the arrangement of pine cones, the growth of a nautilus shell, etc...all follow the same pattern of these series.

The overwhelming evidence indicates that the Fibonacci Series was known to the Ancient Egyptians. Many Ancient Egyptian plans of temples and tombs, throughout the history of Ancient Egypt, show along their longitudinal axis and transversely, dimensions in cubits of 1.72' (0.523 m), giving in consecutive terms the Fibonacci Series: (2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, . . .)

The ancient Greeks knew of a rectangle whose sides are in the golden proportion (1 : 1.618 which is the same as 0.618 : 1). A construction for the golden section point is found in Euclid's Elements. The golden rectangle appears in many of the proportions of that famous ancient Greek temple, the Parthenon, in the Acropolis in Athens, Greece but there is no original documentary evidence that this was deliberately designed in.

Three of the five Platonic solids, the building blocks of the Universe, contain sections constructed from phi ratios. These are the octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron.

The golden mean, or golden number or divine proportion was a major obsession of Italian Renaissance artists, philosophers and mystics. Fra Luca Pacioli (1445-1517) in his Divina proportione (On Divine Proportion) wrote about the golden mean:

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