Orgonite disk with a silver-plated loop bail with 7 areas of natural gemstones inside, each corresponding to a chakra.
Each pendant is handmade and differs slightly from one to another, but on the average, each measures 1.5 inches long. The following gemstones are usually, but not always, used for the chakra stones: red jasper, carnelian, yellow jasper, green chrysoprase, turquoise, lapis lazuli and amethyst.
The 7 rainbow colors correspond with the seven chakras and the endocrine system.
Violet for the crown of the head, pituitary gland and our connection with universal energies.
Indigo for the middle of forehead (third eye), pineal gland and our ability to forgive and feel compassion.
Blue for the throat, thyroid gland and our physical and spiritual communication.
Green for the heart, thymus gland and for love and our sense of responsibility.
Yellow for the solar plexus, adrenal glands and our power and ego.
Orange for the lower abdomen, pancreas gland and our emotions and sexuality.
Red for the base of the spine, gonad glands and our connection to the earth, grounding and survival.
The spiral copper wire has been cut to a specific length to resonate with high frequency cosmic energy and the spiral draws in the energy and serves as a transformer. The coiled wire directs the orgone energy into spirals.
Wilhelm Reich, a medical doctor and psycho-analyst, first proposed the concept of orgone energy based upon the universal principal that a natural, invisible force of energy exists as a layer of energetic waves. It is a creative element in all of nature found in the tiniest microbe to the largest galaxy. Reich created orgone accumulators that were comprised of layers of organic and inorganic materials designed to contain and enhance orgone energy. These kinds of containers range from a closet like box one could sit in to pyramids and pendants. Sometimes a metal spiral is attached or embedded in the closet or object to increase the electrical current of the orgonite.