Tree of Life Art Orgonite Pyramid Design



Tree of Life Art Orgonite Pyramid Design

The  Orgonite Art Design TREE OF LIFE – Crystal Gemstone Pyramid is a powerful orgonite energy pyramid crafted with a sculpted Tree of Life design at its core.

The Tree of Life Art Orgonite Pyramid Design uses Amber to form the leaves of a tree design with the branches, trunk, and roots sculpted from copper wire.  The roots of the tree extend into a ground of Lapis Lazuli and Amethyst.

This beautiful concept artfully combines all the material parts of an orgonite pyramid, using them in such a way to create a powerful orgonite pyramid with a 3D ancient archetypal symbol at its core.


The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life is a widespread archetypal symbol which appears from the earliest times in the world’s various ancient texts and religions and mystical traditions.

The Tree of Life is related to the concept of a sacred tree which is well known in Christian traditions from the story of Adam and Eve. It is even referenced in early Western scientific literature being referred to as a metaphorical illustration of the evolution of species by Charles Darwin with his phylogenetic tree.

In other spiritual and religious traditions, the tree of life connects heaven and earth, or the underworld, and it bears and sustains all forms of creation interrelated throughout the world and cosmos. The Adam and Eve myth, with the apple as the fruit of the tree of knowledge, suggested that consuming the fruit of knowledge could give them all knowledge of life and self as represented by the Tree of Life which grew in the center for the Garden of Eden, which God, in the story, did not want them to have. This suggested that the Tree of Life and what it represents, when understood, will yield all knowledge of creation and our place in it.

The Tree of Life image or symbol is portrayed in various religions and philosophies down through the ages from the present to earliest antiquity and is referred to in many texts and myths and appears in different forms such as sculpture and in carved relief on ancient buildings.

Ancient Persia

17th-Century Tree of Life, Azerbaijan

Zoroastrian legend and ritual celebrate a world tree being a large sacred Haoma tree, the existence of which is kept in balance between the equally matched forces of evil that seeks its destruction and good which protects it.

A sacred plant in Iran today called haoma, represents the Haoma tree in myth. It is pounded and made into a drink which is believed to bestow fertility, health and even immortality.  The Haoma drink is related to the Sanskrit legend of soma which was the elixir of life.

Further ancient myth in Persia refers to two trees being the ancestors of all living things.

Ancient Mesopotamia and Urartu

The Urartian Tree of Life shown as a Relief on a Helmet.

The Assyrian Tree of Life was represented by a series of nodes and crisscrossing lines being more of a design than strictly a tree. Modern scholarship has designated this design being the Tree of Life though no text of the period refers to it as such. The design was an important religious symbol. In palace reliefs, the symbol was attended to or guarded by eagle-headed being of the King.

In ancient Urartu, the Tree of Life was a religious symbol and its image can be found on the remaining walls of fortresses. The branches of the tree were equally divided on the right and left sides of the stem, with each branch having one leaf, and one leaf on the apex of the tree. Two winged Gods stood on each side of the tree to tend it in perfect balance with one of their hands up and the other holding the mysterious handled bag that can be seen in other reliefs from Babylon.

Ancient Jewish sources

Hebrew word for “tree of life” Etz Chaim is a common term used in Judaism to figuratively applied to the Torah. Etz Chaim is also a name used for synagogues as well as for works of Rabbinic literature.

The tree of life is mentioned in the Book of Genesis; it is distinct from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. After Adam and Eve disobeyed God by eating fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, they were driven out of the Garden of Eden. Remaining in the garden, however, was the tree of life. To prevent their access to this tree in the future, Cherubim with a flaming sword were placed at the east of the garden. (Genesis 3:22-24)

In the Book of Proverbs, the tree of life is associated with wisdom: “[Wisdom] is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon her, and happy [is every one] that retaineth her.” (Proverbs 3:13-18) In 15:4 the tree of life is associated with calmness: “A soothing tongue is a tree of life; but perverseness therein is a wound to the spirit.”

The Book of Enoch, generally considered non-canonical, states that in the time of the great judgment God will give all those whose names are in the Book of Life fruit to eat from the Tree of Life.


Buddhism references the Tree of Life at certain key moments of the Buddha’s path to enlightenment.

Han Dynasty Tree of Life, (25 – 220 AD)

The Bo tree, also called Bodhi tree, according to Buddhist tradition, was the tree under which the Buddha sat when he attained Enlightenment (Bodhi) at Bodh Gaya (near Gaya, west-central Bihar state, India). 


In Chinese mythology, a carving of a Tree of Life depicts a phoenix and a dragon; the dragon often represents immortality. A Taoist story tells of a tree that produces a peach of immortality every three thousand years, and anyone who eats the fruit receives immortality.


In Catholic Christianity, the Tree of Life represents the immaculate state of humanity free from corruption and Original Sin before the Fall. Pope Benedict XVI has said that “the Cross is the true tree of life.” Saint Bonaventure taught that the medicinal fruit of the Tree of Life is Christ himself.  Saint Albert the Great taught that the Eucharist, the Body and Blood of Christ, is the Fruit of the Tree of Life. Augustine of Hippo said that the tree of life is Christ.

The tree first appeared in Genesis 2:9 and 3:22-24 as the source of eternal life in the Garden of Eden, from which access is revoked when man is driven from the garden. It then reappears in the last book of the Bible, the Book of Revelation, and most predominantly in the last chapter of that book (Chapter 22) as a part of the new garden of paradise. Access is then no longer forbidden, for those who “wash their robes”.


Islamic Woven Carpet Design Tree of Life

The “Tree of Immortality” (Arabic: شجرة الخلود) is the tree of life motif as it appears in the Quran. It is also alluded to in hadiths and tafsir. Unlike the biblical account, the Quran mentions only one tree in Eden, also called the tree of immortality, which Allah specifically forbade to Adam and Eve. Satan, disguised as a serpent, repeatedly told Adam to eat from the tree, and eventually, both Adam and Eve did so, thus disobeying Allah.

The Kabbalah

Kabbalah Tree of Life

The Tree of Life appears in various other mystical and religious traditions in different parts of the world including the New Age movement but it is most perhaps best recognized in mysticism as the Tree of Life symbol from Jewish mysticism.

Jewish mysticism depicts the Tree of Life in the form of ten interconnected nodes, as the central symbol of the Kabbalah. It comprises the ten Sephirot powers in the Divine realm through which the unknowable Divine manifests creation.  From the time of the Renaissance onwards, Jewish Kabbalah became incorporated as an important tradition in non-Jewish Western culture, first through its adoption by Christian Cabala, and continuing in Western esotericism occult Hermetic Qabalah. These adapted the Judaic Kabbalah Tree of Life syncretically by associating it with other religious traditions, esoteric theologies, and magical practices.



This information and accompanying images were sourced from Wikipedia and are by no means exhaustive. The full entry and links to further information can be found here: Tree of Life – Wikipedia


Amber is an organic gemstone that has been appreciated for its natural beauty and made into a range of decorative objects from as far back as the Neolithic times. Contrary to popular belief it is actually made from fossilized tree resin– not sap– from evergreen trees.

It forms when overlying resinous sediments trigger high pressure and temperature, transforming the resin to copal. The resin eventually fossilizes into amber through time and pressure. It also forms in coal seams. It comes in a variety of colors and shades, ranging from pale white or yellow to brown and even black. It also occurs in red (referred to as “cherry amber”), green, and highly sought after blue varieties.

It has been used in folk medicine as a healing agent as an ingredient in liquor and perfumes and burned as incense but it is usually made into jewelry. It is well known for the fascinating plant and animal inclusions that it commonly contains due to its past as a soft and sticky resin that could easily entrap other substances. Amber containing insect inclusions have been carved into talismans and worn to ensure successful hunting.

It has an amorphous structure and a specific gravity so low that it floats in salt water and is very difficult to imitate. It can be translucent or opaque. It has a Moh’s hardness of 2-2.5, making it very easy to cut. The main source of amber is found near Kaliningrad, Russia. The Baltic region provides the second largest source. Amber from this source washes up from the seabed. The rare blue amber (much younger than other varieties of amber) is found in the Dominican Republic. Other locations where amber has been found include the US, Canada, Mexico, Myanmar, China, Japan, Italy, and Romania.

Metaphysical properties
Metaphysically, amber is believed to carry a “sunny” energy that may cheer up its wearer. It is said to eliminate negative energy and enforce a positive outlook. It is believed to open and cleanse the chakras, connect us to universal perfection, turn dreams into reality, stimulate the mind, and promote unconditional love. It has been considered a symbol of assured promises, such as in the renewal of marriage vows. It has been used by warriors to bring good luck. Some people use it to purify birthing rooms as it is believed to cleanse the environment.

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Lapis Lazuli


Keywords: Truth, Inner Power, Organization

Lapis Lazuli is traditionally a stone of royalty. 

Lapis Lazuli is believed to help create and maintain a strong spiritual connection between the physical and celestial planes which assists in contact with guardian spirits.

Lapis Lazuli helps to stimulate intuitive and psychic awareness and is a stone that is helpful for communication. 

Lapis Lazuli is a manifestation stone and it is an excellent stone for meditation. Meditating on a goal or quality you wish to manifest can bring this strong manifestation energy of Lapis Lazuli into play. 

Lapis Lazuli protects against psychic and physical attacks. It can be worn, or carried for protection and it can also be used for protection of a home or space when placed in all four corners.

Lapis Lazuli is a stone of communication that can bring truthfulness, openness, and mental clarity. Lapis Lazuli can help you say the right thing at the right moment, as if by magic.

Lapis Lazuli can help to strengthen the mind and enhance creativity. The energy of Lapis Lazuli can be helpful in organizing daily life as well as organizing and quieting a busy or restless mind.

Lapis Lazuli can be a healing stone with the energies of protection it has by helping to overcome abuse issues, trauma, rape recovery, as well as depression and grief.  Lapis Lazuli seems to instill a strong sense of inner power and hope which can build courage, confidence, and overcome shyness in recovery. 

Lapis Lazuli is can be used for dream work and dream recall and it is a good stone to use in a meditation space and for spiritual practices as it can bring spiritual love and protection.

Lapis Lazuli is related to both the throat and third eye chakras.

Information Quoted for Lapis Lazuli with thanks, from Crystal Meanings and More



Keywords:  Psychic, Sobriety

Amethyst is a form of quartz that helps to induce a meditative and calming state working on the mental, emotional, and spiritual levels to promote calm, balance and peace. Amethyst is a crystal that can help to bring focus and patience into play due to its calming effect.

The calming and balancing effect of Amethyst is beneficial when dealing with legal problems and money issues, which can lead to prosperity and abundance, but it is not the most used prosperity stone or crystal specifically for prosperity issues.

In terms of metaphysical properties, amethyst is an excellent all-purpose stone that can help to awaken a deeper spirituality enhancing intuition and psychic abilities. Amethyst can be used as a tool to establish a clear connection between the earth reality and other planes and worlds and from this Amethyst is excellent for meditation and lucid dreaming. Traditional mediums have Amethyst around to help open channels for telepathy, past life regression, clairaudience, clairvoyance, and communication with entities (the deceased, angels and guides). Amethyst can help to protect a space against psychic attack by raising the vibrational level in a space, especially during spiritual work.

Amethyst has not only been considered a  stone for spiritual protection, but it was also believed to offer protection to travelers.

On an emotional level amethyst is used to help heal personal losses and grief. Amethyst has a gently sedative energy that can promote peacefulness, happiness, and contentment. It also believed to help bring emotional stability and inner strength during times of change.

Amethyst was considered as a sobriety stone in ancient times having been believed to prevent drunkenness. The balancing and calming effects that Amethyst has helps the intentional process of changing addictive and compulsively destructive behaviors in a personal space or has for the wearer.

As a variety of quartz, amethyst has the energies inherent in quartz, as well as its own unique vibration.

Amethyst is associated with the third eye and crown chakras primarily, but can also open the heart chakra. 

This information Quoted with thanks, from Crystal Meanings and More.



Copper is ruled by the planet Venus. It is one of the oldest metals and copper metallurgy has flourished in different cultures through time, including the Middle Eastern, Asian, European, Central & South American and Native American cultures. Copper embodies the nurturing aspect of women and their youthfulness. It is associated with the matters of love & lust and symbolizes characteristics like charisma, feminine beauty, artistic creativity, affection, caring, and balance. It is also considered a healing metal that teaches about living a fulfilling life.”

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Copper is considered a mineral of energy and mental agility. In legend, copper is said to be the metal of the God Hermes, who facilitates a mental agility, and quick wit. Copper is an excellent conductor of energy with heat, electricity and the more subtle mystical energies emanating from higher planes of reality.

With thanks, from  Crystal Meanings and More


Special Information About the TREE OF LIFE – Crystal Gemstone Pyramid Quoted From: Vajra Orgone Pyramid

A pyramid functions as a transmitter for directing intention. By charging it up with your thoughtforms, they will be manifested. In healing pyramids regenerate the natural flow of energy circulation in the body, helps to strengthen the power of intention and harmonizes the energies in the environment.

A clear aim or intent for using the pyramid is relevant because your intent can come into your life surprisingly sooner rather than later. Place the pyramid in a conspicuous place for yourself around 0.5 – 1m high from the floor and orient it using a compass so that the side is parallel to the North-South axis. It is your personal thing, so keep it safe.

10 Ways of using the Orgone Pyramid
1. Write down one single goal that you wish to achieve with this pyramid in a fulfilled form, at a new moon
2. For an increase in money, place a 5 USD banknote under it
3. Meditate, holding it in both hands
4. Purify water by placing the pyramid on top of a water container
5. Relieve pain by placing the pyramid on the painful spot
6. For protection from electromagnetic radiation, place the pyramid between yourself and the radiation source
7. Neutralize the geological vein radiation by placing the pyramid on the point of the vein intersection
8. Charge it with your energy, holding it in hands or putting open palms towards it for 2 minutes
9. Charge it keeping it in sunlight for 1 day and moonlight for 1 night
10. Purify it, leaving it under cold running water for a few minutes, but put some salt on first.


The TREE OF LIFE – Crystal Gemstone Pyramid is: 3″ (76.2 mm) base x 2″(50.8 mm) high in size.

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