We’ve been starting to repurpose some of our vegetable growing areas recently, as we begin to make preparations to leave Orkney. Planting up some of the beds with green manure and flowers, I’ve removed the malachite from these areas, cleansed them overnight in water, and put them away to rest. They will be used again in our new veggie plots once we have moved.
Malachite are beautiful deep green, often striated, crystals that can be specifically programmed and planted to the four corners of any food growing area to imbue the earth with a Light charge. This charge, once naturally present in our soils and all but lost in recent times, in turn Light enhances any food grown within the crystal circuit, rendering it of greater nourishment to all whom consume it.
If you want to action this for yourself, details are given under 'Enhancing Our Soils’ in the pages section of this blog.
In recent years, I have placed the malachite in small jars to free up greater growing space. However, struggling to find some of them as I collected them up this time around, I would recommend using larger jars or gravel filled terracotta pots, especially to bigger beds. This not only helps to locate them if you are changing the use of the bed, but also serves to keep them in place in the corners of the plot and thus the energy circuit complete. It's amazing how efficient earthworms are at turning the soil and moving anything not fastened down about!
|Malachite from some of our veg beds, |
|Digging up the jars|
|One of the beds|