From TSL Encyclopedia

Two different semi-precious stones are known as jade: nephrite and jadeite. Jadeite is the rarer and more valuable of the two. The Chinese believed that jade united in itself five cardinal virtues: charity, modesty, courage, justice and wisdom. The Vedic scriptures say that jade, of “all gems,” removes “negative karmic reactions.” Nephrite means “stone of the kidneys,” and this stone has been used for healing kidney diseases for thousands of years.

Jade is a focus of healing and the fifth ray. A small piece of jade around a child who is hyperactive will help or calm the nervous system and enable the child to begin to reintegrate. Jade is a purifying agent and demagnetizes the body of toxins. Therefore, it is good to wear close to the skin when fasting. Jade is used as a focus by the Angel Deva of the Jade Temple.

The Angel Deva says:

My service, then, is with the elementals who are the builders of the jade and the matrix of the jade. Their devotion is very great to the healing angels, who guide them in their service as they create in the heart of the earth and in the rock the substance of jade that contains that molecular structure sufficient for the transfer of the healing light.[1]

See also

Jade Temple


Elizabeth Clare Prophet, October 18, 1987.

  1. Angel Deva of the Jade Temple, “The Science of Healing Love,” Part 2, Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 63, no. 16, April 22, 2020.