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.