In this new documentary, we will further explore the fascinating world of precious gems, especially quartz crystals, amethysts, agates, emeralds, garnets, rubies, sapphires, diamonds and many others.
Large gems have always found themselves in powerful hands, owned by royalty, celebrities, or those who have acquired massive fortunes. Such is the case of the Romanov jewels of ancient Russia, the Black Orlov, the Hope Diamond with its red phosphorescence, the Koh-i-Noor – now set inside the British Crown – and the Blue Heart of the Titanic.
These are incredible stones that were forged inside the depths of the Inner Earth, over the course of billions of years and, once they emerge into the light, they cause the best or worst of humankind to surface. Many of them have been acquired through assassinations or theft, which, ultimately, bring misfortune to the usurpers involved and harm their family members, generation after generation.
In most cases, said scenarios are driven by ambition, greed and envy... and these gems are surrounded by circumstances where crime is present, in one form or another, which stays in the crystals’ memory. Hence, they accumulate these negative frequencies, and subsequently transmit them to their future owners. In many cases, they bring bad luck, misfortune, and harm to the families who own them, and such is the case of the Wittelsbach diamond, Elizabeth Taylor’s diamond, the Idol’s Eye, the Agra, the spinel called the Black Prince’s Ruby, the Heron-Allen cursed amethyst, the ring of Alfonso XII, and many others. A number of authors believe that we must take the reality of cursed stones into consideration, as a life lesson, namely, that wrongdoing has its consequences.