do you choose to work in silver and yellow gold versus white
gold? Is it to give the greatest affordability or for
another electromagnetic reason?
said that in order for metals to have a pure astral light,
they have to be in pure elemental form. With gold, the
purest we can work with is 22kt. Those that have worn a
gold bangle, having transferred the gems from a silver
one, say that they feel a lift to their physical strength
do not credit sterling silver with being nearly as effective
as pure silver, but structural integrity is more essential .
I cannot have my bangles falling apart down the road. Yogananda
said that silver has a similar electromagnetic radiation as the
moon. Gold is for the sun and copper for Mars. However metals
are more for the body and are not as powerful as gems are on
gold is too diluted, and though we do work in it, I do not recommend
it over yellow gold. I try to do what I find works, because
a lot of astrologers seem to have this pet attraction for recommending
white gold. Lets look a little deeper:
are two types of white gold. Both look the same, both are 18kt,
but read on. One is 75% gold, 15%Nickel, 5%copper, and 5% zinc.
Zinc and Nickel are not noble metals, nor metals that conduct
the body's static electricity well.
other type of white gold that we can do is 75% gold and
25% palladium. Palladium is presently (Nov. 2001) over $800 an
ounce. Not many casting jewelers like to work with it, because
of the low profit margin. I would prefer the palladium alloy
but when we tell them the price, most clients opt for 22kt gold,
which is either done in 92% gold, 4% silver and 4% copper (all
noble metals), or a mix of
90% gold and 10% silver. Therefore, although white gold looks like
polished silver that does not lose its shiny luster,
I do not feel it is as beneficial to wear as 22kt yellow gold.
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