I love to travel for many reasons. First of all travel is a lot of fun and exploring new places is an education in itself. I always learn so much.
One of the other main reasons is because we live on this spectacular planet. There is Nature all around us, we cannot help but marvel at its raw beauty and rhythm. Planet Earth is a conscious and vibrant living entity. With its own free will, it is meticulously orchestrating a symphony of equilibrium and constant evolution, communicating with all its inhabitants, the solar system and the universe.
Ancient civilizations revered their host as a sacred entity: they believed her to be their “Great Mother” and often built their megalithic sacred monuments in areas they considered “Earth’s Highest Energy Vortexes” or “Earth Chakras”. Structures like Stonehenge, the Pyramids of Egypt and Mayan, Aztec, and Incan monuments along with many temples, churches and pilgrimage sites are now considered powerful energetic spots.Like human chakras, Earth Chakras can be damaged or blocked affecting the areas surrounding them and the whole body of the globe. Ancient Druids and Shamanic cultures held festivals using sounds, drums and songs to thank and heal “Gaia”.
A continuous interaction is believed to take place among the Earth’s major and minor Chakras through an “Earth Energy Field”. It is described as a matrix of connective pathways resembling the human circulatory, nervous, or acupuncture meridian systems. Their intersection culminates creating high energy vortexes. Some are deemed positive in nature and others negative. The Himalayas and the Peruvian Inca territories are considered Positive Vortices. On the other hand, the Bermuda Triangle and the Devil’s Sea, east of Japan, were identified as “Vile Vortexes” or “Electromagnetic Disturbances” by American biologist Ivan P. Sanderson. He discovered twelve Negative Energy Spots, caused by hot and cold currents, symmetrically distributed at equidistant locations from the equator. Mapping those locations revealed an energetic network connecting them.
There are 5 areas of the Northern Hemisphere near 31.7 North that are Positive healing Energy Vortices:
Between Sedona, AZ & Sonora, Mexico (31.7N 112.8W) – Hopi & Yaqui Indian, Hohokom waterworks, Sedona Healing Vortex (& magnetic anomalies at Torreon, Mexico?)
The calculated Vortex Focus is near the Papago Indian Reservation, W of Tucson, AZ, S of Pisinimo/W. of Cowlic/Vamori/Little Tucson
According to Ken Eagle Feather, in “A Toltec Path” p.11, Castenada’s Books on Don Juan (Matus) were centered here (mid-Atlantic, Atlantis per Edgar Cayce – “the position … Atlantis occupied is between the Gulf of Mexico … and the Mediterranean”)
Egypt – Pyramids (focus Energy)
Himalayas, N.E. of Lhasa (Tibet) – Center for Tibetan Enlightenment – also, not far from Xi’an Pyramids in China. Home of the Panda and ancient irrigation systems and Midway Island
Further North, near 50 to 55 North, are some well known Vortices:
Findhorn, Scotland: Key Celtic/Druid Ley Line: Calendish megaliths, Loch Ness, Maes Howe, Ring of Brodger
Kiev (Ukraine, Russia) – Key Eastern Orthodox Religious Site
Buffalo Lake (Alberta Canada), major Indian Medicine Wheels
Hudson Bay, Canada north Magnetic pole, Ugansk Bay, Eskimo Art, Chubb meteor crater
Lake Baikal (Northern Mongolia): Meteor Crash? – unique soil, strange plant & animal genetic changes
In the southern Hemisphere, there are also 5+5 areas, near 25 & 30 South, (most are in less-traveled ocean areas), some of which are the:
Megalithic structures at Sarawak (Borneo)
Nan Madol (Pohnpei Island, Micronesia)
Incan Culture in South America
Easter Island – Megalithic Statues, many of evil Cthulhu – culture degraded to cannibalism, then enslaved
Gabon (West Africa) [alleged natural Atomic Reactor 1.7million yrs ago] / Zimbabwe Megaliths
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