Stones That Do What…..?
My objective in making the stones you see on this website is to encourage you to ‘enter’ them. I’ll be satisfied, however, it they enter you. For certain owners, the stones have a purpose beyond their appearance. Some stones have ‘input wells’ drilled into them, which can accommodate a small vial or something else; a liquid, or a message, ashes and so on. The input well is for making a connection inside the rock, bringing something from the outside world into the interior of the stone. Whatever one selects, placing it within the stone is a symbolic act designed to accomplish a purpose. This metaphysical use of the stone I call its ‘radionic function’. Stones without input wells function in a different way. Their purpose is to engage your attention and reflect back abstract meaning or beauty there-by 'entering you'. They should be touched or held. Their black polished stone, Gabbro, has come a long way, most recently from India. Gabbro is a ‘mafic intrusive igneous rock, chemically equivalent to basalt’. It is then carved or etched, often coated with copper, steel, patina or paint.
The power that operates the device/artwork is the need of the operator to fulfill a future condition. In radionic parlance, we call it ‘directed intent’. Take, for instance, the loss of a loved one remains emotionally unresolved. The ashes or any symbolic witness of the loved person is placed into the well of the stone. The ... Read More