Directing The Power Codes Of Transformation
We’ve always known that the wire we use matters. Not only in terms of the numeric patterns we create but in the intrinsic energetic properties of the wire itself. Metals have always been important in human evolutionary terms. Entire epochs - think Iron Age or Bronze Age - were given the names of metals because discovering and mastering these metals changed human civilizations. Metals still matter. Precious metals like gold, silver, nickel, and copper have been used as legal tender in almost every society on the planet. But until Manny began to get strong mental images of small pendants constructed with a mix of both copper and fine silver metal, we really didn’t fully understand the role that the wire plays in directing the energy of the stones they surround. We knew that in metal energetics silver is considered a feminine metal, while gold is masculine. Copper is neutral. We also knew that when we used silver wire on a piece that the stone energy seemed to be directed inward, into the body and cells of the individual using the tool. Stones surrounded by copper can be directed either inward or out into the world depending on the intention of the user. Copper also appears to amplify the energy of any stone energy making even small, relatively ‘quiet’ stones ‘louder’ and more energetic. When Manny made the first two of the mixed-metal designs he’d been seeing intuitively he handed Francis both pieces to hold in each of his hands. He asked him what he felt. Francis immediately told him that the energies felt very different. One seemed to have an ‘outward’ orientation, the other was distinctly ‘inward.’ When Francis looked at the pieces, he discovered that both were Moldavite. The one that was predominantly copper with silver details felt ‘outward.’ The one that was predominantly silver with copper details felt ‘inward.’ We will be exploring these differences in more detail as this new path in our work unfolds.