In a recently aired episode of ‘Ancient Aliens’ (History channel), they explored the connection between Ancient Aliens and metal & stones. They noted how humanity began to integrate the use of these into early rituals as well. They compared the 3000 year-old Golden Hats of Germany with the conical hats of the long-skulled Pharaohs; they discussed the Qumran scrolls being made of copper instead of papyrus; they looked at Tibet’s Cintāmaṇi Stone and Ireland’s Lia Fail (Sone of Destiny) at the Hill of Tara (relates to my article about the Tuatha Dé & Sidhe on this site).
Tutankhamun’s breastplate was made of moldavite (see pic below), and the jewellery found on his mummy is almost identical to the Jewish high priest’s breastplate during the Exodus period.[i] Today many varieties of stone as well as crystals are available in New Age stores for use in healing. Generally speaking, if you want to use stones for consciousness-raising (or Dimension Hacking as I have called it in my latest article, (see http://www.solarancestor.com/dimension-hacking.html ) - then you use whatever stone you are intuitively drawn to. But if you want to establish a connection with our Solar Ancestors, including The Watchers who are right beside us in another dimension, then it’s important to have some gold.
In my blog earlier this year titled ‘The Historical Connection of Gold with the Sun’ over at http://www.solarancestors.com/blog/april-06th-2015 I wrote:
Our Solar Ancestors prized gold for ornamentation – it was their most precious metal, but they never used it as “currency” – they treasured its gleaming lustre and beauty. From 10,000 BC onwards, the Watchers from the Sun taught early humans about gold, firstly looking for the alluvial kind and then later extracting it by mining. Gold is the softest and easiest of the metals to work. It occurs in a virtually pure and pliable state, renowned for its brilliance and permanence. They wanted us to appreciate its beauty and encouraged us to make artworks from it representing the Sun, the source of our life. The Incas referred to gold as the "tears of the Sun." Homer, in the "Iliad" and "Odyssey," mentions gold as the glory of the immortals. Ever since the Watchers left us to stand on our own feet in the 6th century BC, we’ve deemed gold to be currency rather than the source of inspired artworks, and thus severed a critical strand of our Solar heritage.
Source (L) /www.bibliotecapleyades.net/egipto/esp_egipto11.htm (Centre & Right) Wikipedia.com