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Crystal Learning

This article was written by Phyllis Galde on May 14, 2002
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The quartz crystal can be a wonderful help in helping you to learn new information. The crystal is able to process information holographically, as compared to the computer, which stores and retrieves information bit by bit.

Ancient people, especially in Atlantis, used the crystal for storing information. It stores and retrieves knowledge as whole, intact images which donít need to be converted into parts, as does the electronic computer. Ancient scientists, and seers, could mentally project their knowledge, whole and complete, into the natural micro-computer field of a crystal. Whenever they needed to retrieve their information, they attuned themselves to the crystal, and the stored images were converted into the original concepts.

In todayís world of learning, a mind/crystal interface is an interesting possibility. A student can learn math, art, science, etc., with his "crystal computer." The crystal computer will have a program of stored-image subjects. When the student tunes in to the computer and becomes "at one" with it, easily processing huge amounts of information both instantaneously and holographically. After knowing things from the inside, the next task is to translate that knowledge from the right brain into the logical left brain which processes knowledge verbally.

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