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Sacred Sites

A group to explore the Earth's Sacred Sites and their spiritual effects

Website: http://esotericonline.ning.com/group/sacredsites
Location: EARTH
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Latest Activity: Jul 16

Ancient legends and modern-day reports tell of extraordinary experiences that people have had while visiting these magical places. Different Sacred Sites have the power to heal the body, enlighten the mind, increase creativity, develop psychic abilities and awaken the soul to a knowing of its true purpose in life. These power places are found all across the planet in the form of sacred mountains, healing springs, enchanted caves, and sites of divine apparitions


Stonehenge, Monsterrat, Sedona, Machu Picchu, Jerusalem, Banaras, Mt. Fuji. . . . Since prehistoric times, these and other sacred places have exerted a mysterious attraction on billions of people around the world.

Ancient people knew that wherever the earth's energy gathered into a vortex was a sacred place. These strongly charged areas of the globe have also been the places where people have chosen to build churches, temples and other centers of spirit and learning. Places like Stonehenge, the Pyramids of Egypt, Easter Island, and so on are well known as vortex spots. There are three main types of vortexes - all three are replenishing and supercharged with high quality energy.The three vortex types are:

* Electric - stimulates and energizes, activates
* Magnetic - attracts energy to the area
* Electromagnetic -both activates and attracts energy

There are powerful vortexes scattered around the globe that are, in essence, the Earth's chakra system.

7th chakra, Crown, Mount Kailas, Tibet

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Machu Picchu

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A Huge Spire?

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Teotihuacan

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Comment by belladonna took on February 9, 2016 at 9:16pm

can we learn how to harness local energy fields to help create our local sacred place? how can we harness the "sacred energy" in an area?

new york state stone  wall "fences" -- are they neolithic?

ty :)


Alchemist
Comment by Irina Lapshina on May 18, 2013 at 2:41pm

I would have loved to visit that Heavely place and converse with the wise ones...

Comment by Rachel Young on July 11, 2012 at 11:00pm

wow learning about this is so rad!

Comment by Anna Zubkova on August 12, 2010 at 1:45am
This material is very interesting:
Vladimir Antonov "Places of Power"
Now we are going to discuss a very interesting ecological phenomenon, which has a great significance for spiritual work. This is so called places of power.
Places of power are geographic zones, sometimes large, sometimes small, which possess energy fields that are of significance for people.

The nature of the majority of places of power can be explained as follows. The Earth (as a planet) is a multidimensional structure. In it, all manifestations of the multidimensional space are present — from the physical matter — to the plane of the Creator. Depending on the structure of the crystal lattice of the Earth as a whole or of some parts of its crust, the energy fields of certain spatial dimensions in certain places may dominate or, on the contrary, may be manifested weaker. So places of power look like “holes” in dense spatial dimensions “filled” with the energy of a certain subtle energy layer.

Read More:
http://www.new-ecopsychology.org/en/books/poems_lecture_article/art...
Photogallery Places of Power:
http://www.highest-yoga.info/
You may download for free spiritual video film:
"Practical Ecopsychology. Places of Power"
The film describes how we can learn to be harmonious relationships with the world around: with plants, animals, other people, and the most important — with God. This is the subject of the study of science ecopsychology. The film shows also practical methods of work at places of power.
http://www.spiritual-art.info/film_ecopsychology.html
Comment by Self-baptised on February 3, 2010 at 6:14am
Prayer for the swift reconstruction of the temple during their lifetimes is a daily rite all Jews around the world (maybe it's twice a day)
Comment by Self-baptised on February 3, 2010 at 6:12am
It is hard to post that pic and not be evocative. Jerusalem is cut up like berlin used to be. On the palestinian side is the mount since the 2 days war in 1967. Zionist groups have all the parts and pieces ready to go if they could just have their land back, they'd build the new temple in record time. There are megalithic walls underneath the mount that may house ancient treasures, but can't be excavated.

this is the crest of Jerusalem. It shows the Lion of Judah (in rampant stance) in front of the western wall. The olive branches are supposed to represent peace.

Rosicrucian
Comment by ☤Tris☤ on February 3, 2010 at 12:03am
The Temple Mount

The Temple Mount (Hebrew: הַר הַבַּיִת‎, Har haBáyit), also known as Mount Moriah and by Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary (Arabic: الحرم القدسي الشريف‎, al-haram al-qudsī ash-sharīf), is a religious site in the Old City of Jerusalem. Due to its importance for Judaism and Islam it is one of the most contested religious sites in the world.

The Temple Mount contains the holiest site in Judaism. Jewish Midrash holds that it was from here that the world expanded into its present form, and that this was where God gathered the dust he used to create the first man, Adam. The Torah records that it was here that God chose to rest His Name and Divine Presence, and consequently two Jewish Temples were built at the site. According to Jewish tradition, the Third Temple will also be located here, and will be the final one. In recent times, due to difficulties in ascertaining the precise location of the Mount's holiest spot, many Jews will not set foot on the Mount itself.

Comment by Self-baptised on February 2, 2010 at 10:33pm
Today I noticed an old Stele or Obelisk outside of my work. It doesn't seem to belong with the building. I wonder how many people pass it everyday and never notice it.
Comment by Joanne Hollokoi on February 2, 2010 at 5:30am
Hi everyone ..... The most sacred sight I've encountered has to be the site of Glastonbury Tor and the surrounding countryside. The energies of this place have certainly illuminated my life tremendously.
Comment by Carol from Sweden on July 15, 2009 at 10:43pm

 
 
 

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