Orgonite refers to pieces of gems and metal (and sometimes, sacred geometry art) that are contained in a resin matrix.

Pyramids are a common shape of orgonite gem device, and are thought to focus and amplify the energy properties of the gems.

Amethyst is a semiprecious stone today, but historically, it had been revered as highly as diamonds. It is a variety of quartz crystal and is the birthstone of February.

Amethyst is associated with the higher vibration.

It harmonizes with the top three chakras: the 6th chakra at the brow, the 7th or “crown” chakra at the top of the head, and the 8th chakra, sometimes called the “supra-crown” chakra because it lies above the head. It is also considered a “heart” chakra stone. It is actually the stone of St. Valentine.

Because amethyst enhances the “higher” frequencies, it is said to help with dispelling addictions, psychic attack, nightmares, and illness. It is a source of spiritual protection, and can be used as an energy shield from negative influences or beings. It promotes positive perceptions and relationships.

Although amethyst enhances and brings all the properties associated with a purity of spiritual connection, it also has the “red” heat of fire.

Red and blue make the purple of this crystal. Therefore, amethyst is the gem of a faithful and passionate love, and can make a good promise ring or engagement ring. It does fade if left in direct sun, so care must be taken with it to preserve its color.

The tempered fire of this crystal is emotionally balancing to “hot-headed” people. It helps with substance addiction, as well as with extremes of work and of situational stress and strain. Amethyst is a “balancer.”

My Crystals compares the western meanings and uses of amethyst to the eastern and Chinese meanings: “Feng Shui meaning of amethyst crystal differs and is focused on the wealth enhancement. It was also used in ancient China as a powerful tool to clear negative energy and drive away the hazards of everyday life.”

The higher field properties of amethyst can help people to gain context and perspective to the darker or more difficult things in life.

It shines a light into these areas, and helps with integration and to see things from a perspective of universal balance. Therefore it helps people who are grieving, and can be of comfort to those who are preparing to cross over. It is also good for homesickness, or any other life issue where one needs to gain an understanding of one’s place in the scheme of things.

Amethyst is the perfect crystal for meditation. It brings a stillness, a calmness (and therefore is the perfect, balancing stone for obsessive-compulsive disorder). Lovepray Jewelry speaks of how amethyst is the stone of the seventh chakra at the top of the head. It is the chakra that is one’s personal connection to the divine. Amethyst helps bring “bliss” to this gate.

Amethyst Orgonite Gemstone Device

Amethyst is a good stone to support sobriety and temperance…and yet due to its fire amethyst also is great crystal for encouraging creativity.

In fact, amethyst is considered a talisman for the creative trades and has been used as such across history.

For the physical body, amethyst is called the “all-healer.” It has been found especially useful for ailments of the nervous system, for tinnitus, insomnia, headaches, skin problems, hormonal imbalance, immune system dysregulation, arthritis, aches and pains, it has been said to help the quality of the blood, decreasing bruising.

It is the higher self that the amethyst enhances; it is said that the blockages that causes each of these ailments can be seen for what they are with the aid of amethyst, and then either dispelled or put into proper perspective by the wisdom of the body. Healthline has a list of conditions which amethyst has been associated with helping, historically.

Disclaimer: Gem energy should never replace medical care or diagnosis. Gem energy understanding is historical and is not suitable for medical diagnosis, advisement, or treatments but can be used as an additional support tool to proper medical care.     © Sylvia Skefich 2019, revised 2021