The Piezo & Dielectric Properties of Crystals & Gems

The Piezo & Dielectric Properties of Crystals & Gems 2017-06-02T04:50:22+00:00

Crystals & Gemstones Emit Energy That Can Be Used For Healing

Diamonds Emit Energy That Can Be Used For Healing

Diamonds Fluorescing in Ultra Violet Light

Diamonds Phosphorescing in the Dark

Many diamonds depending on their geological source are fluorescent in the presence of ultra-violet light. Some diamonds when exposed to sunlight or ultra-violet light will have an after-glow in the dark. This is called phosphorescence, the diamond becomes charged with electromagnetic energy and emits photons. There fluorescence and phosphorescence colours can be mauve, blue, yellow, green, orange and red.

Any types of diamonds when used inside Electronic Gem Therapy Lamps will emit a distinct pleasant energy that can be felt instantly by anyone. Diamonds when mixed with other types of gems such as carnelians, rubies, sapphires, emeralds will intensify the energy output of these stone types. The energy emitted by diamonds is most beneficial for older people as their life energy is ebbing……….. (Photographs by Jon Whale)

The Piezo Electric Effect of Quartz Crystals

A Quantum Physics Paper By Sharon Whale

Piezo is from a Greek word meaning pressure. Piezo electricity relates to the electrical dielectric charges in quartz crystal when subjected to mechanical pressure (squeezing and tapping etc). The crystal will transduce the mechanical frequencies of the stress into electrical frequencies and voltages.

Conversely when alternating electrical voltages are applied to (or near) a quartz crystal, the crystal will mechanically vibrate. The Piezo Electrical (P.E.) effect of quartz crystal is a scientific principle, used in television, radio and medical equipment, such as ultra sound diagnostic apparatus and ultra sonic therapies. These make use of the natural P.E. effect of quartz and other crystalline substrates for transmission and receiving. For the P.E. effect to function, the crystal must be connected into an electronic circuit so that the kinetic energy is transformed into electron flow within the circuitry of the apparatus (1).

This inter-relationship of mechanical vibration and electrical oscillation makes the P.E. crystal a suitable vehicle for conversions from sound to electrical energies., particularly were sensitivity to high frequencies is desired. This quantum mechanical principle is well known and is widely used in all types of manufactured products. Microphones, Radio and television receivers and transmitters, computers, mobile phones, chronographs. All of the above employ silicon chips (integrated circuits). In the early electrical gramophones the P.E. crystal acted as a link in sound reproduction via the needle, the quartz was pressurised by the music etchings in the record’s groves. In the field of telecommunications, the P.E. phenomenon is applied to improve methods of frequency stability.


A number of crystalline materials possess the P.E. property, but with the possible exception of tourmaline, quartz is the only mineral in which this property can be put too practical use for the purposes stated above. Liberating the electrical charges when the crystal is stressed is a function of electrical asymmetry within the atomic groups of which the crystal is built.

Inside the crystal, the constituent atoms are arranged in a definite pattern that is repeated at distances having atomic dimensions. Silicon and oxygen atoms bond with each other and produce molecules of silicon dioxide gas (Si02) which crystallises in the Earth’s magma . Positive charges are shown carried by silicon atoms (+), negative charges by double oxygen atoms (-). (See Figure 1).

Figure 2 shows an isolated atomic group where ‘A’ is the unstressed atom: positive and negative charges (associated respectively with the silicon and oxygen atoms) are coincident and the material is electrically neutral. In case ‘B’ if the group undergoes a tensile stress, electrons are displaced. The centre of action of the three positive charges, moves away from the centre and an ‘electrical moment’ results. This separation of charges exists for all the atomic groups within the crystal. The net result being, the appearance of charges at the external boundaries along a particular axis. The polarity is reversed on the application of a compressional stress. An alternating voltage results from mechanical ‘pushes and pulls’.


Quartz is also pyro electric and additionally, it will resonate when influenced by electromagnetic fields. The resonate frequency is entirely dependent on its physical size. The smaller the size, the higher the resonant frequency. Thin slices will resonate at millions of cycles per second.

Quartz crystal, when used, holds and produces a flow of energy (Figures 6 &7): In the case were quartz or other crystal substrates are subjected to any kind of kinetic energy or electro magnetic stimulation; And not connected into an electrical circuit, the energy is then dissipated via dialectical resonance into the local environment.

It should be understood that the internal atoms of the crystal are bonded to each other by their valance electrons. In the case of the atoms at the crystal’s surface, three electrons of each atom are not bonded to anything Figure 1. These electrons are ‘orphan’ and they generate a electrical potential. Their only connection is the local environment via capacitance.

This scientific fact is the key to understanding why many pure crystalline substrates dissipate energy into the environment. The un-bonded electrons at the surface cause a dielectric tension causing resonant turbulence within the crystal. This resonation is transmitted to the local environment, at the same time, the environmental energies is received by the crystal. Therefore, the crystal transmits its resonant frequency to the environment.


This scientific fact cannot be denied. If this were not true then today, we would still be using mechanical typewriters, and cranking the handle of clockwork gramophones.

It is possible to energise quartz crystal using one’s own energy via contact with the hands (Figures 6 & 7). By doing so, the surfaces of the crystal become charged by heat and kinetic energy and will resonant. Silk cloth is an insulator, rubbing the crystal with a silk handkerchief in one direction towards the point, will significantly increase energy output from the crystal’s point by electrostatic energy.

By using these natural properties of quartz it is possible to transmit or receive a charge to or from a third party (local environment). Large quartz crystals make convenient tools for correcting the location and entry angle the human Assemblage Point’s (1,2). Assemblage Point therapy can rapidly treat conditions such as hypertension (anxiety, panic etc.) and hypotension (depression, chronic fatigue, etc.). In respect of Assemblage Point correction, the crystal acts like a magnet to attract and move the assemblage point.

The outermost form of quartz is a hexagonal prism, often terminating at the point in the shape of a hexagonal pyramid. Quartz is formed in the Earth’s magma. Left and right handed crystals grow naturally in clusters called ‘Massives’, the one being the atomic mirror image of the other (Figure 4).


The P.E. properties vary according to the direction in which the crystal is cut with respect to the X axis parallel to the crystal face or the Y axis, right angles to the crystal face (see Figure 3). ‘Left’ hand crystals are the best for assemblage point corrections. These crystals grow on the gravitational perpendicular line in the cluster rather than at a slight angle and can therefore frequently provide six perfect triangles at the point.

When choosing a crystal for Assemblage Point Correction therapy, it is advised that it should sit in the palm of the hand comfortably, with at least 6.0 cm. showing above the hand. Practitioners with a lot of personal energy will be able to use smaller crystals to shift assemblage points. For those who do not have an excess of energy, it is advised to employ a larger sized crystal with a weight of at least 200 grams.

Larger clear quartz and light rose quartz wands will work well to shift and align the Assemblage Point. Amethyst wands will work, but less so as obtaining a large specimen is almost impossible.

Amethyst is also quartz, but contains manganese which gives the colour. It is essential that the base end of an Assemblage Point crystal that is to be held to the chest is slightly convex (domed) and finely polished. It must have the correct crystalline atomic orientation. This means that the point end of the crystal must have a minimum of 3 perfect triangles out of the six faces.

Beautiful coloured wands of other materials such sodalite, obsidian and green quartz are available. So far as their use for shifting and correcting the location and alignment of the human Assemblage Point, they posses little or no dielectric resonance properties. This is due to contamination by insulators such as asbestos, mica and conductors such as iron, manganese and titanium for example. These inclusions disrupt and interfere with the silicon crystalline integrity.


Figure 1. Symbolic grouping of atoms of quartz. 

Figure 2. Shows an isolated atomic group. 


Figure 3. LEFT = Y axis, Right angles to crystal face.RIGHT, X axis, parallel to the crystal face.

Figure 4. LEFT = left hand quartz crystal. RIGHT = right hand quartz crystal.

Figure 5. Assemblage Point shifting quartz crystals.

Figure 5B. Assemblage Point shifting quartz crystals.

Figure 6. Arresting the Assemblage Point with a crystal.

Figure 7. Checking the crystal for energy activity.

About Sharon Whale. ITEC. BRCP.

Sharon Whale is a jeweler and craftsman in precious metals. Trained in Assemblage Point diagnostic and correction procedures, electronic gem therapy and infrared radiometric diagnostics. Registered with the Institute Of Complementary Medicine (ICM), and also The British Registrar of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP). References & Bibliography.
1. Renton. R.N. – Telecommunication Principles. Pitman. 1950
2. Whale, J. Naked Spirit – Supernatural Odyssey. Sub-titled: The Physical, Psychological, Emotional & Spiritual Maps For Health And Disease, Including the Assemblage Point Blueprints. This book is supported with nearly 300 illustrations. Available in paperback and full colour E-Book. Dragon Rising Publications 2006. ISBN 1-873483-06-6
3. Whale, J. The Catalyst of Power – The Assemblage Point of Man. (Second Edition). Available in paperback and full colour E-Book. Dragon Rising Publications 2006. ISBN 1-873483-05-8
Copyright: © Sharon Whale 2007. Licenced Electronic Gem Therapy Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

The Dielectric Resonance & Energy Properties of Ruby, Emerald, Diamond, Sapphire & Other Gemstones

Ruby raises the skin and body temperature, increases the metabolic rate, circulation and muscle tension, being beneficial for patients with a large, heavy body type, and a slow, cold physiological disposition. It is contraindicated and is not for the agile, quick, and hot tempered physiological types. The effects of ruby and emerald can be scientifically confirmed by monitoring a patient’s pulse or by using a thermometer or a blood pressure monitor before and after treatment with gem medicines.

In contrast, emerald emits cold, green rays and is used to treat diseases arising from too much heat, such as burns, contusions, anorexia, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, stomach ulcers, cystitis and eczema. The green rays of emerald lower skin and body temperature, reduce libido, slow the metabolic rate and circulation, relax muscle tension and increase the patient’s body weight

Back in the early 1990’s Jon Whale had occasion to treat a young child who was covered from head to toe with eczema. This prompted him to perform a series of controlled experiments testing the effect of the dielectric resonance using ruby and emerald transducers on the conductivity of his own skin. Under hyper thermic conditions for example, extensive vasodilation occurs and the electrical resistance of the dermis decreases in Ohms per cubic centimeter. The results were very interesting and presented  scientific evidence of the benefits of Electronic Gem Lamp Therapy for controlling and treating disease. The experiment was set up to prove the effectiveness of  transducers containing rubies for increasing local circulation and emerald for reducing circulation in the dermis. The placebo control was “colour therapy” lamps: the same lamps and filters, but without gem stones. (This experiment was very similar to the temperature measuring experiment in Figure 6.4 and Figure 6.5 in Chapter 6 of his book: The Catalyst of Power). Furthermore, the following experiment substantiated the results of that test. The details of the experiment are as follows:

1) He marked off two areas of his left forearm with a fine marker pen as area A and area B.

2) Inside the centre of the area, He measured the skin resistance of both sites A and B, using a calibrated ohmmeter with gold contact skin probes attached. The distance between the probes was fixed at 2 centimetres. These readings were:

Site A = 52,000,000 ohms.  Site B = 47,000,000 ohms.

3) Area A was treated for five minutes with the red placebo control lamp.

4) Area B was simultaneously treated with the second red lamp containing 6 rubies of a size of 6 x 8 millimetres. The frequency used to stimulate the rubies was 8.3 HZ.

5) After five minutes of treatment the readings were taken again as follows:

Site A = 83,000,000 ohms.  Site B = 27,000,000 ohms.

The results showed that the site treated by the colour therapy placebo red lamp had increased by 31,000,000 ohms and the site treated by ruby had decreased by 20,000,000 ohms.

He was surprised to discover that the placebo lamp actually increased the electrical resistance of the dermis. Whereas the gem therapy lamp containing rubies decreased the skin resistance by stimulating circulation, bringing blood and body fluids closer to the surface of the skin.

Twenty minutes later, the same experiment was carried out on his right arm using a green placebo lamp and a second green lamp filled with 6 emeralds as above.

Skin resistance before treatment was:

Site A = 23,000,000 ohms.  Site B = 28,000,000 ohms.

Skin resistance after treatment was:

Site A = 24,000,000 ohms.  Site B = 57,000,000 ohms.

The result showed that the site treated by the colour therapy placebo green lamp had increased by only 1,000,000 ohms and the site treated with the emerald lamp had increased by 29,000,000 ohms.

This experiment demonstrated that the placebo green colour therapy lamp did not dry out the skin as much as the red placebo colour therapy lamp above. It demonstrated  that the green lamp containing emeralds decreased the local circulation and moisture content of the dermis.

These two simple experiments scientifically proved the effectiveness of Electronic Gem Therapy lamps. What emerald and ruby lamps can do to the skin, they can also do this to internal organs. Green emerald lamps will reduce overheated and swollen tissue or organs and red ruby lamps can increase the activity of cold vasoconstricted tissue and organs.

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