Pink Lepidolite (Lithia Mica)
Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) said …
“Strontium is the camera. Lithium is the light from the projector. Rubidium is the projection screen.”
All three of these elements are in pink lepidolite (lithia mica).
Drinking distilled water containing a pink lepidolite crystal and ginseng root is therapy for fatigue and burnout.
The pink crystal (not lavender or yellow) must be unpolished (not tumbled or otherwise) and not irradiated (by either neutron or electron bombardment or by exposure to gamma rays).
Adano carried a bottle of the above-mentioned tonic to drink at Lung Time and the first half of Large Intestine Time.
A pink lepidolite crystal can be added to a humidifier for “homeopathic lithium/rubidium/strontium therapy” at Lung Time (3:00-5:00 a.m.) and the first half (5:00-6:00 a.m.) of Large Intestine Time (5:00-7:00 a.m.).
Ana Fels (“Should We All Take a Bit of Lithium?,” The New York Times, Sept. 13, 2014) wrote …
“In 1990, a study was published looking at 27 Texas counties with a variety of lithium levels in their water. The authors discovered that people whose water had the least amount of lithium had significantly greater levels of suicide, homicide and rape than the people whose water had the higher levels of lithium. The group whose water had the highest lithium level had nearly 40 percent fewer suicides than that with the lowest lithium level.”
Not bad considering that the amount in the water is about one-thousandth or less the therapeutic (toxic) dose of the prescription drug lithium.