You don't have to be on the Blue Ray or a lover of El Morya to appreciate Lapis Lazuli.
"There are three stones that may carry a vibration in the earth for your sustenance." (Notice it says "may carry," the implication is that it might be helpful to charge gems with Light.) "It is up to you how much you want to identify with higher vibrations, but Cosmic Law dictates that within the amethyst, within the lapis and within the jade you will find a capacity to store, even as it were, a microchip, to store light, vibration and the Word. Natural crystals from the earth are also the option for the altar. It is not necessary that it be something beyond your means, but even a little token shall remain with you as the presence of these emanations."
P.S. Trying to describe the cut of the stones was difficult until we looked it up. It's called a cushion cut.
A square or rectangular stone that has rounded corners. Oftentimes, a cushion cut is referred to as an “antique cut”. This is primarily because the cushion cut is an aged version of the “brilliant cut”, which has a girdle outline that meets a square with rounded corners - emulating the form of a pillow. Furthermore, the cushion cut is quite similar to the “old mine cut”. The cushion cut originated roughly 200 years ago, and during its first 100 years, it was deemed the most celebrated diamond of its time. from Joseph Jewelry