Energy Centers of the World

  • Fireworkz

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    Jan 20, 2016 10:19 PM GMT
    I took a trip to Sedona a couple of years ago and located some of the energy vortexes they are famous for.
    I was amazed I actually felt differences in my body from being at these sites. I remember this one vortex where I felt an immense feeling of love just by standing in the vortex it was out of this world.

    I decided I'd love to visit more energetic centres around the world.
    Have you ever experienced this phenomenon and where did you go?
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    Jan 21, 2016 7:28 PM GMT
    There is a vortex/mystery house about 50 miles from where I live, been wanting to visit it for years. there are some vortexes on my reservation, allegedly.

    That would be so cool to visit Sedona though! my plan this year is to visit stone henge and try to visit some crop circles.
  • 6packabs

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    Jan 22, 2016 12:18 PM GMT
    I have a background as LDS or Mormon. I went on an LDS Church History trip two decades ago, and found that people into energy (not whatsoever Mormon) were flocking to parts of Missouri that were also special places to Mormon's. Some described huge vortexes of 5 miles in radius. Back then, it seemed weird to see and speak with these people.
  • eM_Jay

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    Jan 23, 2016 6:56 PM GMT
    I had a chance to visit and do meditation at an energy site just at the foot of the Himalayas a while back. I'd never forget the experience. The one there had this feeling of pressure bearing down from all directions. It was intense at first, then i dunno it kinda 'popped'. After that 'popping feeling' there was an overwhelming sense of relief and tranquility, peace. I've done meditation for years and i have to say i never felt like i did there ever before or since.

    I've been to two other's, one in Zimbabwe and another in South Australia. Honestly though i cant really say i got a very memorable experience from those one's. I think that's probably my ineptitude though not a testament to the centers themselves. Their megaliths supposedly have the same kind of energy.

    There's also another in Karachi i've been told, but i'm not exactly sure where. But i've looked it up and the place is supposed to be a hive of 'hot/positive' energy.

    Those are probably a little out of the way though. dunno too many closer to US and Eu
  • Fireworkz

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    Jan 23, 2016 7:05 PM GMT
    Red_wolf87 saidThere is a vortex/mystery house about 50 miles from where I live, been wanting to visit it for years. there are some vortexes on my reservation, allegedly.

    That would be so cool to visit Sedona though! my plan this year is to visit stone henge and try to visit some crop circles.


    I didn't really feel anything at Stonehenge and a few people I've spoken too also haven't. It's worth a visit just to visit but don't have great expectations. Glastonbury is supposed to be an energy centre. I went there for a workshop but wasn't that attuned to energy at the time it is a fun place to go. All sorts of wierd people around.

    Apparently Findhorn in Scotland is a leyline. I'll visit one day.

    If you go to Sedona. Go to a place called Angel Valley they have cultivated all of the sites so you know where they are.
  • Fireworkz

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    Jan 23, 2016 7:06 PM GMT
    6packabs saidI have a background as LDS or Mormon. I went on an LDS Church History trip two decades ago, and found that people into energy (not whatsoever Mormon) were flocking to parts of Missouri that were also special places to Mormon's. Some described huge vortexes of 5 miles in radius. Back then, it seemed weird to see and speak with these people.


    That sounds interesting. I'll add that to my list.
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    Jan 28, 2016 12:57 AM GMT
    Fireworkz said
    Red_wolf87 saidThere is a vortex/mystery house about 50 miles from where I live, been wanting to visit it for years. there are some vortexes on my reservation, allegedly.

    That would be so cool to visit Sedona though! my plan this year is to visit stone henge and try to visit some crop circles.


    I didn't really feel anything at Stonehenge and a few people I've spoken too also haven't. It's worth a visit just to visit but don't have great expectations. Glastonbury is supposed to be an energy centre. I went there for a workshop but wasn't that attuned to energy at the time it is a fun place to go. All sorts of wierd people around.

    Apparently Findhorn in Scotland is a leyline. I'll visit one day.

    If you go to Sedona. Go to a place called Angel Valley they have cultivated all of the sites so you know where they are.


    I'm very interested in megalithic structures as to their pertaining to celestial alignments, vortexes/ley-lines, and lost knowledge/exotic energy sources; specifically antigravity that was possibly used in their construction.

    I've seen your posts before about involvement in some kind of ESP research? I'd definitely like to get involved in that kind of research. My interest in psychology is more parapsychology and abnormal psychology; I was pursuing a career in psychology but my interests drew me elsewhere. There seems to be definite links between metaphysics and physics (hyperdimensional physics) especially in ancient texts. The technical begins to blend with the spiritual in higher concepts and subtle higher frequency energies.

    BTW This seems to be an interesting book on Sedona that is on my to read list.

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  • Fireworkz

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    Jan 28, 2016 1:45 AM GMT
    Red_wolf87 said
    Fireworkz said
    Red_wolf87 saidThere is a vortex/mystery house about 50 miles from where I live, been wanting to visit it for years. there are some vortexes on my reservation, allegedly.

    That would be so cool to visit Sedona though! my plan this year is to visit stone henge and try to visit some crop circles.


    I didn't really feel anything at Stonehenge and a few people I've spoken too also haven't. It's worth a visit just to visit but don't have great expectations. Glastonbury is supposed to be an energy centre. I went there for a workshop but wasn't that attuned to energy at the time it is a fun place to go. All sorts of wierd people around.

    Apparently Findhorn in Scotland is a leyline. I'll visit one day.

    If you go to Sedona. Go to a place called Angel Valley they have cultivated all of the sites so you know where they are.


    I'm very interested in megalithic structures as to their pertaining to celestial alignments, vortexes/ley-lines, and lost knowledge/exotic energy sources; specifically antigravity that was possibly used in their construction.

    I've seen your posts before about involvement in some kind of ESP research? I'd definitely like to get involved in that kind of research. My interest in psychology is more parapsychology and abnormal psychology; I was pursuing a career in psychology but my interests drew me elsewhere. There seems to be definite links between metaphysics and physics (hyperdimensional physics) especially in ancient texts. The technical begins to blend with the spiritual in higher concepts and subtle higher frequency energies.

    BTW This seems to be an interesting book on Sedona that is on my to read list.

    jngpoyoij4tzapetx0ow.jpg




    I'm very much interested in the subject. Most of my research I get from the International academy of consciousness and from reading various books and going to lectures.
    There's a lot of information out there. I'd love to spend more time researching myself.