You need to be very careful with crystal energy. Numerous cases have been documented in which inexperienced crystal energy handlers have failed to shield against exoplasmic surges, resulting in bystanders afflicted with acute formation of monosodium urate crystals in articular cartilage (i.e., gout).
"We're kind of on the level of crossword puzzle writers... And no one ever goes to them and gives them an award." ~Joe Strummer sscce.org
Originally posted by Rekha Pande: Marc, Is there any website for such information?
The original studies were published by Leslie M�lsknvoor, G.fE (a preeminent researcher in crystal energy fields), during her fellowship at Vestibri�me University in the late 1980's. At that time, the assembly (acting on subcommittee recommendation) rejected the bulk of her conclusions (which were poorly formulated in the original papers). When the data was independently corroborated, an assistant to the chair suggested these data spikes (in particular, Q9115, Q9117, and M112-15) were artifacts of a hitherto undetected ether stream, which fit nicely into Dr. K�lrdann's thesis. Ironically, it was Dr. K�lrdann who eventually described the monosodium urate crystals in articular cartilage (i.e., gout) associated with crystaluar exoplasmic surges. Since then, Dr. K�lrdann and Ms. M�lsknvoor have collaborated on several haiku anthologies.
The crux of M�lsknvoor's crystal energy work is documented as follows: