Shieldite is a rare rock that contains an unusual combination of silicate and crystalline carbon minerals. Shieldite is the only natural stone known to protect against EMFs. This mineral combination forms hollow minute carbon cages or balls within its structure. They look like the pattern on soccer balls. They are groups of molecules bound into hexagon and pentagon shapes and grouped together to form hollow spheres. Scientists call these minute spheres fullerenes. The spheres are incredibly strong and stable. These sphere absorb and transmute any surrounding electromagnetic fields rending them harmless.
Shieldite Stone Structure
Fullerenes were discovered in 1985 and were named after Buckminster Fuller who discovered the geodesic dome structure. The molecular patterns of Shieldite have the ability to neutralize various forms of negative energy. It causes the extinction of electromagnetic waves, providing protection from electromagnetic frequency radiation. The fullerenes fill up and nullify EMF frequencies, particularly the harmful man-made transverse waves.