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Woodstock cairns may contain links to the ancients

Image result for The Magick of CrystalsThese structures relate to the three worlds of the Native Americans,” he explained. “The solar system and the constellations and planets are the gods above. The stones are part of the world we walk in. And the ancestors are associated with the underworld — their spirits travel through the earth along the water pathways.”

In addition, he said, water provided a means of communication between the people of this world and the ancestors, and the cairns and walls were probably settings for conducting rituals and honoring the dead.

A Tribal Preservation Officer of the Stockbridge Munsee band of Mohicans visited Overlook and said she thought the six large, rectangular cairns were burial sites. Kreisberg hopes to interest the tribe in studying the large cairns with underground radar technology, which would not detect bones but would reveal space or disturbance of soil underground.

At one of the smaller cairns, Kreisberg pointed out two rocks, one of white quartzite and another of reddish hematite, that were unlike all the other rocks in the assemblage, neatly stacked on a small boulder. “These kinds of non-local stones were used as offerings by the Native Americans,” he said, demonstrating how the reddish rock can slide in and out of a niche built into the side of the cairn.

Surely you recognize that there are very real, tangible, spiritual, ritualist aspects to stone structures.  There is also very real spiritual aspects to the stones themselves; their type, their shapes, the locations where they originate.   When you bring these things into your life, home, environment, you are bringing spiritual repercussions as well as inviting demonic spirits.  They probably have curses on them that wear uttered or prayed by the people who created them. BEWARE!

cairn (n.)
“large, conical heap of stone,” especially of the type common in Scotland and Wales and also found elsewhere in Britain, 1530s, from Scottish carne, akin to Gaelic carn “heap of stones, rocky hill” and Gaulish karnon “horn,” perhaps from PIE *ker-n- “highest part of the body, horn,” thus “tip, peak” (see horn (n.)).

Dictionary Entries near cairn :
Cairn’s ash
Cairngorm Mountains

WAIT WHAT? cairngorm??   What is that?  I couldn’t just pass that by and not check it out.  I guess I am just too curious.  What a strange name cairngorm.

Cairngorm | Definition of Cairngorm by Merriam-Webster

Cairngorm definition is – smoky quartz. Time Traveler for cairngorm. The first known use of cairngorm was in 1794.

History and Etymology for cairngorm

Cairngorm, mountain in Scotland

Update added 8/12/19 –  explanation for the name.


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What’s in a name?
Posted on January 29, 2014 by Cameron McNeish
DO you know what ‘Am Monadh Ruadh’ translates as? Yes, indeed, it means the red rounded hills, the name that the area we now know as the Cairngorms was historically called.

And yet, Cairn Gorm means something different. The literal translation of Cairn Gorm is ‘blue pile of stones’, so why does the Cairngorms National Park Authority have Am Monadh Ruadh and Cairngorms on their letterheads and notice boards?  (so now they are red and blue, interesting)

…It’s interesting, in this particular case, that even the name Cairn Gorm is not the original name of the hill. According to the excellent book, Scottish Hill and Mountain Names, by Peter Drummond, the mountain’s name comes from the Gaelic Carn Gorm, which means blue mountain, so named because like many hills seen from a distance it appears blue because the atmosphere has filtered out the red wavelengths from the spectrum

As noted below, smoky quartz is found at Cairngorm mountain in Scottland and worn as jewelry.  SO, it is very likely that the mountain looks blue due to the quartz within it.  From the photo above by the mountain range really does look RED and BLUE!  


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Smoky quartz

Alternative Title: cairngorm  (wait, so smoky quartz is called cairngorm??)
Smoky quartz, very common coarse-grained variety of the silica mineral quartz that ranges in colour from nearly black through smoky brown. No distinct boundary exists between smoky and colourless quartz. (so smoky quartz could also be clear quartz, they are interchangeable) Its abundance causes it to be worth considerably less than either amethyst or citrine. Heating bleaches the stone, the colour sometimes passing through yellow; these yellow pieces are often sold as citrine. Crystals of the mineral frequently contain inclusions of gas (carbon dioxide), liquid (often both water and liquid carbon dioxide), or solids (rutile). Smoky quartz from Mount Cairngorm, Scotland, is known as cairngorm and is a favourite ornamental stone in Scotland, where it is worn in brooches with Highland costume. Its properties are those of quartz. See silica mineral (table).
CARBON DIOXIDE..  Wait, what?   Carbon Dioxide, the stuff that is suddenly the focus of the world,  they say is killing our planet… Like we all have to stop farting and eating meat because we have to bring the level down?  Hmmm…

Carbon footprintWikipedia
A carbon footprint is historically defined as the total emissions caused by an individual, event, organization, or product, expressed as carbon dioxide equivalent.

The mineralquartz (SiO2) is found in all rock types and in all parts of the world. It occurs as sand grains in sedimentary rocks, as crystals in both igneous and metamorphic rocks, and in veins that cut through all rock types, sometimes bearing gold or other precious metals. It is so common on Earth’s surface that until the late 1700s it was referred to simply as “rock crystal.” Today, quartz is what most people picture when they think of the word “crystal.”

Can you see the tetrahedrons in the quartz above? 

This article was most recently revised and updated by John P. Rafferty, Editor.

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Ok, now this is really eyeopening!   Silicone?  as in Silicone valley?  As in computers?  As in Technology?  As in the mind controlling take over of  AI??   Hmmm…
Silicon or Silicone: What’s the Difference? 
By   Strange News
The silicon element binding on 2 or 4 atomoxigen is called silica / silicate and it is present in natural minerals, whereas silicone binding on the Oxygen and Hydrogen group is called Siloxane, and if the silicon element binds to metal like carbon, chemically called as silicon
Silicates as a natural resource Silicates are by far the most common minerals in Earth’s crust and mantle, making up 95% of the crust and 97% of the mantle by most estimates.
Though we generally think of coal or oil when discussing natural resources, silicate minerals are a natural resource we can’t live without on our planet, and not just because of our increasing reliance on computers. Without quartz, there would be no glass. Without the clay minerals, we would have no ceramics or pottery. We use silicate minerals in the manufacture of many building materials, including bricks and concrete. The weathering of silicate minerals on the surface of Earth produces the soils in which we grow our foods and the sand on our beaches. The properties of the minerals that are important to us are based on the versatility of the silicate anion in combination with other elements.
Silica also comes in other mineral forms, such as flint, jasper and opal. When silicon and oxygen mix with reactive metals, the result is a class of minerals called silicates, which includes granite, feldspar and mica.Silicon has many industrial uses: As silica, silicon is a key ingredient in bricks, concrete and glass. In its silicate form, the element is used to make enamels, pottery and ceramics.Elemental silicon is a major player in modern electronics because it’s an ideal semiconductor of electricity. When heated into a molten state, silicon can be formed into semi-conductive wafers, to serve as the base for integrated circuits (microchips).In fact, Silicon Valley, the southern region of the San Francisco Bay Area, earned its name due to the high concentration of computer and electronics companies in the area producing silicon-based semiconductors and chips.

Rocks and Minerals
The Silicate Minerals

The variety and abundance of the silicate minerals is a result of the nature of the silicon atom, and even more specifically, the versatility and stability of silicon when it bonds with oxygen. In fact, pure silicon was not isolated until 1822, when the Swedish chemistJöns Jakob Berzelius (see the Biography link in our Resources section) finally succeeded in separating silicon from its most common compound, the silicate anion (SiO4)4-. This anion takes the shape of a tetrahedron, with an Si4+ ion at the center and four O2-ions at the corners (see Figure 1); thus, the molecular anion has a net charge of -4.

Three ways of drawing the silica tetrahedron
Figure 1: Three ways of drawing the silica tetrahedron: a) At left, a ball & stick model, showing the silicon cation in orange surrounded by 4 oxygen anions in blue; b) At center, a space filling model; c) At right, a geometric shorthand.
The Si-O bonds within this tetrahedral structure are partially ionic and partially covalent, and they are very strong. Silica tetrahedrabond with each other and with a variety of cations in many different ways to form the silicate minerals. Despite the fact that there are many hundreds of silicate minerals, only about 25 are truly common. Therefore, by understanding how these silica tetrahedra form minerals, you will be able to name and identify 95% of the rocks you encounter on Earth’s surface.
Tetrahedron…  well I have over the years learned that the Tetrahedron is a very important geometric shape/symbol in the world of the OCCULT and the Elite/Illumined.   This plot keeps getting thicker and thicker, deeper and deeper.__ 
The Merkaba, Platonic Solids & Sacred GeometryThe Merkaba, Platonic Solids & Sacred GeometryLINK:

The Merkaba, Platonic Solids & Sacred Geometry
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The Tetrahedron (also called the Triangular Pyramid).  It contains 4 faces, 4 vertices and 6 edges. Each face is triangular.

The Tetrahedron represents the element of Fire and is linked to the Solar Plexus; the center for personal power and acceptance. It creates the natural balance between the physical and spiritual. Each side sits flat, no matter how it is turned, making it the perfect symbol for balance and stability

What Does ‘Merkaba’ Mean?
The word Merkaba can be broken down thus: MER: rotating fields of light, KA: spirit, and BA: soul (this is taken from an 18th dynasty Egyptian translation, and in Hebrew it means ‘chariot’).  Therefore, Mer-Ka-Ba means the spirit or energy body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of light, or spirals of energy (as with a strand of DNA), which transport spirit or consciousness from one dimension to another.

The MerKaBa (excert from this site.  I found this to be the clearest and most concise explanation of the MerKaBa)

The Merkaba is an extremely powerful symbol. It is a combination of two star tetrahedronsone pointing up to the heavens, channeling energy down from the Universe to the earth plain, and one pointing downwards, drawing energy up from the earth beneath. The top, or upward pointing tetrahedron is male and rotates clockwise, with the bottom or downwards pointing one being  female, which rotates counterclockwise.

Left: The Merkaba activated around a person. 

What is a Merkaba?

The MekaBa is the Light Body vehicle, and it is the key to understanding how to move from one dimension or level to another. It is the divine light vehicle supposedly used by Ascended Masters to connect with, and reach those in tune with the higher realms. When this shape is activated around your body, you are in a place of complete protection, with the surrounding energy being generated from pure Divine Love. It is believed that with practice, using the energy and shape visualization of a Merkaba, you can activate an energy field around you which is capable of carrying your consciousness directly to higher realms.

Tetrahedron Hexahedron Octahedron Icosohedron Dodecahedron
also called the Triangular Pyramid). It contains 4 faces, 4 vertices and 6 edges. Each face is triangular. (called the Cube) the second of the five shapes. It has 6 square faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges.
Each face is square.
8 faces, 6 vertices and 12 edges.  contains 8 triangles, formed by placing two square based pyramids base to base. 2 faces, 20 vertices and 30 edges. Each face is in the shape of an equilateral triangle. 20 faces, 12 vertices and 30 edges. Each face is shaped in the form of a Pentagon.

3rd Solar Plexus


1st Root


4th Heart


2nd Sacral

Ether (Universe or Heaven)


Platonic Solids are shapes which form part of Sacred Geometry. They were first catalogued by the ancient philosopher, Plato (hence their name), although evidence of these most magical of shapes has been found around the world for in excess of 1,000 years prior to Plato’s documentation.

They are made up of the ‘Five Convex Regular Polyhedra’: hexahedron (cube), octahedron (double inverted pyramid), tetrahedron (pyramid), Icosohedron and dodecahedron. The names are derived from the number of sides each shape has: 4, 6, 8, 12, and 20 respectively.

The first four shapes correspond with the elements: earth (hexahedron), air (octahedron), fire (tetrahedron) and water (Icosohedron), with the fifth, dodecahedron, representing heaven, ether or the Universe.

The shapes that form the five original Platonic Solids occur naturally in nature, and indeed in the crystal world. Working with them individually is said to help with our connection to nature and the higher realms of the cosmos; to find the common pattern which links us all at a molecular as well as at a spiritual level.


Mystic Crystal Imports  The Quartz Crystal Guide – Smoky Quartz

Meditating with Smokey Quartz can bring information from other realms into the physical. Many people who work with Smokey Quartz have reported unusual sightings of spiritual entities. Smokey Quartz is great for manifestation programs and grids, and body layouts, due to its slow and methodical way of pulling higher energies down into third dimensional reality. Protective Smokey Quartz is an important mineral for one’s medicine bag.

This article was most recently revised and updated by John P. Rafferty, Editor.

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  2. Silicon Carbide is a compound of silicon and carbon formed by either the furnace method, chemical vapour disposition or thermal decomposition of a polymer. Natural Silicon Carbide is extremely rare, and known as the mineral Moissanite.

Photo Credit: Mineralogical Society of AmericaMoissanite
  1. Moissanite – Wikipedia

    Moissanite (/ ˈ m ɔɪ s ən aɪ t /) is naturally occurring silicon carbide and its various crystalline polymorphs. It has the chemical formula SiC and is a rare mineral, discovered by the French chemist Henri Moissan in 1893. Silicon carbide is useful for commercial and industrial applications due to its hardness, optical properties and thermal conductivity.

  2. Moissanite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    Moissanite, found as tiny crystals in some meteorites (originally formed in star dust) and kimberlites, is a naturally occurring silicon carbide, SiC (in synthetic form a very important high-performance ceramic, more commonly known as abrasive “carborundum”). A large number of polytypes (predominantly hexagonal or rhombohedral) is known.
  3. Moissanite Image. The gray shading in the BSE mage consists mainly of pure silicon (Si metal). The brighter areas are composed of Fe-silicide. (AmMin, 88:1818). Location: Found in a cobble at a beach along the Turkish coast of the Mediterranean Sea, around 150 km NW from Izmir, and is most likely derived from Tertiary volcanic rocks outcropping in…

  4. Moissanite: The Second Hardest Mineral in Nature after Diamond. Mineral moissanite was discovered by Henri Moissan while examining rock samples from a meteor crater located in Canyon Diablo, Arizona, in 1893. At first, he mistakenly identified the crystals as diamonds, but in 1904 he identified the crystals as silicon carbide.

  5. The mineral was discovered in an iron meteorite (Canyon Diablo) in Arizona. It was later named “moissanite” in honor of Dr. Moissan. More than a century later, Cree (a North Carolina-based R&D lab) developed a process for producing large, single, crystals of synthetic moissanite.

  6. The Mineral MOISSANITEMoissanite is a mineral that was first discovered in fragments of the meteorite at Diablo Canyon or Meteor Crater in Arizona. It was named in honor of its discoverer, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Ferdinand Henri Moissan. Synthetic moissanite is also known as silicon carbide after its chemistry and by the trade name,…

I have been saying for years that I DO NOT BELIEVE that humans have created a machine that can think and out think humans!   I believe and always have that technology comes from the Fallen Angels and their progeny.  Sophia, and all the intelligent AI is not about science, it is about spirits!  Everything I have seen during this research just confirms my belief.  If you don’t see that yet… YOU WILL!