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THE KEEPER by laureen warrington

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We are the night ocean filled
With glints of light. We are the space
Between the fish and the moon,
While we sit here together.

Six thousand years ago in Mesopotamia the first Sumerians and then the inhabitants of Ur of the Chaldees started looking at minerals and precious stones, as well as the stars to help them with their crops, with protection from enemies, from natural disasters and for foreseeing the future. These people had knowledge which is incredible even now. Their sages knew of the Dog Star or Sirius and its companion star Sirius B despite the fact that these two stars are not in our solar system.

Certain other primitive tribes knew about them to and believed that messengers from Sirius had come to Earth to teach the people about astrology and mathematics.

The Sumerians knew about the density of Sirius B and about its fifty year orbit round Sirius A and because Sirius A is the brightest star in the night sky, linked both it and Sirius B with the beautiful crystal Lapis Lazuli.

The Sumerians cut, polished and set crystals such as Rock Crystal, Amethyst and Banded Agate, they used beautiful stones to adorn their buildings and statues and to accompany the royal and wealthy to the grave. They also began to make a link with the planets and stones. They placed rose and red coloured stones with the planet Mars to match the rusty tint of Mars. All green stones were for Venus which appeared in the sky as the crops started and the people enjoyed the summer, the blue stones were set with Mercury, Lord of the blue skies and balmy days and the violet stones for Saturn at the time of Autumn. The pale blue stones were allocated to Jupiter, to the Sun were all the yellow stones and to the Moon pearls and sea shells.
Anji Gill-Jennings C.H.S.V.A.


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  • Norma-jean Morrison
    Norma-jean Mor...almost 3 years ago

    So spiritual and beautiful Laureen just so good and has power all my love Normaje.

  • Image from the silent kingdom normaje…so happy you like it:)

    – laureen warrington

  • PaoloOrlando
    PaoloOrlandoalmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful painting. It amazes me that your abstract pieces allow all of us to see what we want to see or allow us to imagine. They are beautiful in this manner. – Paolo

  • Paolo I’m so glad that you enjoy these images as they are shown by crystals.

    – laureen warrington

  • spr041
    spr041almost 3 years ago

    A soul keeper I’m sure he visited me a long time ago

  • That’s comforting Bob:) i hope he visits me tonight:)

    – laureen warrington

  • salena
    salenaalmost 3 years ago

    What beauty and drama in this wonderful abstract Laureen!

  • Through your eyes it must be wonderful!

    – laureen warrington

  • leonie7
    leonie7almost 3 years ago

    Amazing image M the keeper of souls love it lee

  • Thank you lee! xxx laureen

    – laureen warrington

  • spr041
    spr041almost 3 years ago

  • Many thanks for this feature Bob!

    – laureen warrington

  • Ben Loveday
    Ben Lovedayalmost 3 years ago

    For someone with a Neolithic mindset like me this really speaks to me

  • I’m glad to hear that Ben! Thank you:)

    – laureen warrington

  • DebraLee Wiseberg
    DebraLee Wisebergalmost 3 years ago

    Congrat’s on your FEATURE in Pure Abstract Art!!!

  • Druidstorm
    Druidstormover 2 years ago

    I cut this crystal to show you the ancient memory of their soul! The Lost Tribes of the Enlightened Ones smile upon your craft friend! “Jains!” Truly beautiful! Bravo, bravo!!!…)o(

  • – laureen warrington

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