The wands work excellent for energy work especially when coupled with a ring on the opposite hand of a different material such as silver. Having two different metals in each hand causes a slight electric polarization with copper usually taking on the positive charge (such as if you are holding in the other hand iron, zinc, or aluminum). When whimsical movements are combined such as with tai chi, one can create spiraling magnetic fields. If the second metal is of a different size (surface area is more important than volume), then you create an imbalance in this polarization, causing greater density of electrical polarization in the smaller object such as a ring. This imbalance is the basis to gravity and linear forces which are rooted in the dynamics of pressure systems.
The triple helix is a geometry that acts as a wave guide refracting light (electromagnetic waves) at an angle of thirty degrees. The empty core of the triple helix (an inverted triangle aka edges curved inwards) is full of air which is a dielectric (an electrical insulator that polarizes opposite to an electric field). The copper sets up the fractal pattern of refraction (since it is a wave guide or the conductor of the dielectric flow of energy) within the air so it is perpetually refracting itself at thirty degrees toward the central axis of the wand. The wand channels the crystalline dielectric energy of the quartz down into this central axis causing it to refract into this fractal geometry.
YouTube Video I made talking about the wands:
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