Edgar Cayce tells us that the ingenious Atlanteans used crystals to burn destructive forces from the body in a way that encouraged it to rejuvenate itself. (Reading 440-5.) In The Romance of Atlantis Taylor Caldwell describes a secret rejuvenation chamber in a temple in the City of Golden Gates where this procedure was successfully accomplished. Priests carefully guarded the powerful room and allowed only a few loyal leaders to enter. While in the chamber, the patient reclined in a comfortable chair, and technicians precisely focused the sun’s rays through a crystal onto the elderly body. Simultaneously, the healers produced and magnified varied frequencies of sound, whose energy regenerated the tiny molecules of each cell, reactivating aging tissues. The operation restored the person’s hormone balance, wrinkles disappeared, and energy returned. Skill and caution were important, since if the crystal was tuned too high it destroyed the body. One visit was usually adequate, for Atlanteans learned that as they grew older, like one too many days at Disneyland, events they once enjoyed offered less satisfaction when repeated several times. The pervasive sense that it had all happened before made life boring, and the prospect of spending more time in the physical body was not as appealing as the pleasant experience that was to come after departure from the Earth.