Unlike this Glow in the Dark Atlantis Ring, the original one is made from a kind of earthenware or pottery. This ring was found in the King valley in Egypt by Markies d’Agrain, a French Egyptologist, somewhere around 1860. The ring was completely different compared to all other Egyptian items that were found. According to Markies this ring did not come from the Egyptians, but from their predecessors; The Atlanteans.
It didn’t take long for them to discover the extraordinary powers of the ring. They discovered it when various accidental striking events took place in the vicinity of the carriers of the original ring, or its replicas.
It was peculiar enough that they started researching the ring, by means of radiesthesia (shuttling). The results were baffling. It wasn’t the ring whom possessed such a strong power, but it was the symbol on it. The symbol on the ring emits a very strong protective energy. So strong that it even bends negative earth rays and protects the environment of the ring carrier. Even a rough sketch on paper of the symbol already has a protective effect.
The Atlantis ring is thus not an amulet, talisman, fetish or a sacred medal from the popular belief, nor an esoteric object.
It does not get its strength from matter (sandstone, gold or silver) but from the geometry.
An interesting story about the Atlantis Ring is the story of Howard Carter. Howard Carter is a world famous archeologist who discovered the tomb of Tut-Ankh-Amon back in 1922. During his expedition Howard wore a replica of the Atlantis Ring. Not long after the discovery of the tomb all the other 17 expedition members died, except for Carter. People called it The Curse of King Tut.
Nowadays researchers say the members died because of the viruses and bacteria found in the grave of King Tut. But even with this explanation Howard still got away safely. Many years later Howard died of natural causes in 1939.
In short, Glow in the Dark means it emits light after being exposed to light.
This, however, does not mean it’s radioactive. Some radioactive materials indeed emit light, but they don’t need to be exposed to light first.
But how does it work? The atom of a Glow in the Dark material, most of the time Strontium Aluminate, has several layers in which electrons can float. The closer the electron is to the core of the atom, the more stable it is. When the atom gets hit by light, the electrons get charged and move a layer up. Becoming somewhat unstable.
As nature always does, it wants to stabilize the atom. So in order to become stable again, the electron has to release it’s extra charge. It does so by releasing a photon, a light particle.