:Bonder Crystals Explained
Bonder Crystals - The Class VIII-5 Sheet Silicates
Crystals that promote long-term relationships
Bonders are called sheet silicates by scientists. These crystals are formed when silicate tetrahedrons connect in sheets, producing very cohesive minerals. They are very tough to cut.
Bonders are outstanding crystals to use when there is need to create something that is bound tightly. Like glue bonding wooden planks together, Bonder crystals are useful in cementing relationships and agreements. They help hold things together. Serpentine is the best-known example. Biotite and lepidolite are less known, but they are powerful crystals of this class.
Bonder crystals are particularly well suited to efforts that involve getting a consensus, working out difficulties caused by differing points of view, and negotiating.
The Bonders’ power is to get people working together. They help you form relationships that get better with age. Bonders help make contracts work out in the long term by ensuring that they are based on clear understandings, and that each party is a beneficiary of the contract.
They help keep families, communities, and organizations together. They have power that is similar to that of the Unifiers, but they are more focused on sealing non family relationships than the Unifiers.
For more information on the power of Bonder crystals, read The Seven Secrets of Crystal Talismans.