Adam, The Crystal Grid Maker

16 07 2013

Published on Jun 20, 2013 on Youtube

8 year old Adam introduces his latest crystal grid, which he calls a “web” grid. It pulls in dark energy and transmutes it to the light.

It took Adam about 10 minutes to build this grid which is full of various crystals – Amethyst, Apophyllite, Celestial Smoky Quartz, Clear Quartz points, Vogels, and several Lemurian Seed Crystals.

Adam didn’t pull the pattern of the grid out of a book or research it on the internet. Instead he chose to listen to the guidance of the stones themselves.

Look for more videos soon. He’s on Summer break and he’s got a lot of free time.

DIAMOND TRIANGLE GRID:

CRYSTAL GRID:

Published on Oct 11, 2012

8 year old Adam has been connecting with crystals all his life. After his first video depicting one of his grids, he has rec’d several requests for more videos of his work. This clip shows the process he goes through while creating a gird and connecting with the crystals. He answers questions that have been emailed to him and describes his personal understanding of energy.

Adam loves to share his light with the rest of the world.

Published on Jun 27, 2012

We hear so much about “crystal children” and the information they carry. Here’s one example of just that!

I gave Adam, age seven, several Lemurian Crystals and asked him to create a grid. We had no other conversation regarding the subject.

Less than 30 minutes later, this is what he created and his explained how it worked.

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19 07 2013
jeweline

Reblogged this on wanders re-awakening.

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