A discussion of precious stones is actually a discussion of the planet’s mystery. The beauty, colouring and light characterising crystals, quartzes, minerals, gems and precious stones are worthy of note, as in the case of amethysts, agates, emeralds, quartz, tourmaline, garnets, rubies, sapphires, diamonds and many others, including gold, silver and copper... All of these originated in the Hollow Earth and have direct ties to it. Indeed, they were a gift from the beings of Agharti. These precious gems were forged with great effort, and with the help of the elements, over the course of millions of years.
Minerals endowed with notable properties and extraordinary vibrations have accompanied the most important moments in history, and they were a common feature for its protagonists as well. Throughout history, stones have been utilised by different cultures and peoples, for protection, healing and medicine, and to foster longevity and spiritual evolution. Additionally, many talismans were used by famous historical figures.
However, minerals have also been coveted by many people who stole or acquired them in dishonest ways. Due to man’s ambition, invasions, wars, popular struggles, and the domination and slavery that ensue when one group subjugates another, those who stole these gems faced misfortune and adversity. Their owners were exposed to pain and marked by a curse, and this situation continues to this very day, as in the case of several diamonds including the Hope, the Sancy, the Koh-I-Noor, the Black Orlov, the Purple Sapphire of Delhi, and other gems that caused their owners to contend with all kinds of tragedies and to face horrible deaths, across generations.