Crystal Obelisks, Towers
Crystal obelisks, also called towers, are a tall four-sided narrow tapering crystal which ends in a pyramid-like shape or pyramidion at the top. Obelisks played a vital role and were prominent in the architecture of the the ancient Egyptian religion, who placed them in pairs at the entrance of the temples.
The obelisk is indigenous to the cultures of Egypt, South American and Mexico. Some experts on crystals consider obelisks to be designed to release the built up energies beneath the crust of the earth. Obelisks have been strategically placed around the planet to slowly dissipate any energy build up that could cause destruction. The shape maintains the balance of earth energy by taking the stored energies and releasing them into the atomosphere to be circulated around the globe.
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