Tachyon Energy

The body is composed of electrical, magnetic, and Tachyon (subtle) energy. Tachyon energy also is referred to as Prana, Chi, Universal Life Force Energies, Aura, among other names. Our bodies are not only sensitive to, but are energetically balanced by, Tachyon energy.

The word tachyon (Greek) translates as 'fast particle'. It is allegedly faster than the speed of light and is derived from the word 'tachytis' (velocity).

Tachyons have been known for thousands of years when mankind used them in rituals In past centuries, scientists were skeptical of this phenomenon. Knowledge of Tachyon Energy has been with us for at least 40 years, but modern physics finally proved its existence in the 1960s. Today, various scientists verify its existence. We use Tachyon Energy primarily to harmonize subatomic structures and use specific tools for therapeutic treatments.

Tachyon energy was defined by Dr. Gerald Feinberg of MIT in 1966 as a faster-than-light sub-atomic particle. Since the late 1800's, scientists around the world have been working on free energy devices that use Tachyon. It allegedly strengthens the energetic field which is directly linked to the physical body. It then activates and intensifies the structure of the cells, reminding them of their perfect order.


Many people wear Tachyon products in jewelry, belts or other apparel.

Nikola Tesla was successful in the creation of a car that ran on an invisible Tachyon energy source.

Dr. Henry Moray was also successful in creating energy converters that use this free energy.

Today many scientists working on free energy devices are focusing on the conversion of Tachyon energy into electrical energy.

Potential Results of Using Tachyon Energy Products

Balances health via electro-magnetic fields

Improves micro-circulation, balancing the flow of chi in the body

Releases blockages

Promoting overall well being

Vitalizes drinking water and food

A boost to your overall vitality to combat stress and fatigue

Enhances therapies through harmonizing the chakras

Not a cure - promotes natural healing
Products are used by professional athletes

Subtle Bodies - Crystalinks

Subtle Bodies

Subtle bodies follow the ROYGBIV color spectrum rays of light frequency - much like our auras and chakras.

The Subtle Body in Theosophy

While the Eastern esoteric traditions emphasise a single subtle body (apart from the Vedantic concept of five koshas), in the West (beginning with Neoplatonism) the emphasis has often been on a series of subtle bodies or vehicles (okhema) of consciousness. This reached its most detailed and systematic account in the writings of C.W. Leadbeater and Annie Besant, who established the Adyar School of Theosophy. They described in detail the seven bodies, and established many of the themes that would be canonical in "new age" thought. The sequence of bodies or "vehicles" is as follows (from densest to most subtle):

Beyond the causal level are the atmic, buddhic, and monadic levels, but these pertain to the Soul or Spirit ("Higher Triad", "Monad") rather than the subtle body.In this worldview, the physical body is the densest, with the various subtle bodies being progressively more refined or spiritual. The subtle bodies exist alongside or within or around the physical, and have various characteristics and attributes.

Each "body" has its own aura and set of chakras, and corresponds to a particular plane of existence, as the individualization so to speak of that plane. Thus the astral body is made up of the substance or matter of the astral plane, just as the physical body is made up of the elements of the physical plane, and so on with all the bodies.

A detailed account of the various subtle bodies and the corresponding planes is provided in a series of books (The Etheric Body, The Astral Body, The Mental Body, and The Causal Body) by Arthur E Powell on the basis of material compiled from the writings of Leadbeater and Besant.

According to various esoteric, occult, and mystical teachings, the subtle body is a non-physical energy or psycho-spiritual body or bodies that all beings have. The concept of a subtle body is a common philosophical element in many traditions. Read more ...