Locations of Energy Vortexes Around the World
Energy vortexes have been talked about for centuries. We’re taking a look at where you can find these intriguing places on your travels.
These mysterious phenomena tend to be located within areas that are considered sacred, frequently by natives who have had spiritual or metaphysical experiences upon visiting the land. They are most often places of tremendous beauty and vibrant nature.
Although these energy vortexes are not scientifically proven, few people can doubt their existence once they experience them.
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What Are Energy Vortexes?
A vortex is defined as a spinning flow of fluid around a central axis. An energy vortex is similar, but it is a felt sense of energy moving in a spiral flow.
Some people believe that energy vortexes exist at the intersection of the earth’s natural energy lines, also known as ley lines. People often claim that they feel a sense of peace and rejuvenation at these sites. They find it conducive to prayer, meditation, and healing.
Some have also claimed that they have had visitations from “ascended masters” and extraterrestrials in these areas.
Sound interesting? It is!
Where Are Energy Vortexes Located in the World?
There are many locations where energy vortexes have been claimed to exist worldwide, from North and South America to Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Each area is considered a sacred site and attracts spiritual seekers and those curious to experience the beauty and sensation.
Below is a list of some of the most famous sites thought to have energy vortexes.
England is the home to some very famous energy vortex sites.
Glastonbury is located in the southwestern part of England. It is home to some of the most famous ancient sites known. At many of these ancient sites, energy vortexes can be felt by even the least experienced.
The Glastonbury Tor and the Glastonbury Abbey have medieval ties and hold a peaceful and balanced energy vortex.
The Chalice Well sits at the foot of the green hills just outside of Glastonbury. Research on this well shows that it has been constant for at least two thousand years. There are many Christian biblical stories tied to this well, and it is the site of many festivals and rituals.
This world-famous site is believed to date back almost 5,000 years ago. It houses 100 upright stones arranged in a circle. Yet, no one knows its purpose beyond the assumed solar, lunar, and stellar rituals.
Some believe Stonehenge is the center point of 14 ley lines, making for a powerful vortex.
The United States supposedly holds some of Earth’s most well-known energy vortexes.
Sedona energy vortexes are known throughout the world. The entire city of Sedona is considered to be a vortex. Still, certain spots have been said to have more potent energy.
For example, the Sedona portal is known for its four locations where the energy vortexes are the strongest.
The four prominent locations are Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, Boynton Canyon, and Airport Mesa, all boasting incredible beauty amongst the red rocks. Here you will find people sitting in meditation, yoga, or other healing rituals.
Mount Shasta, CA
Mount Shasta, a still active volcano, is located about 60 miles south of the Oregon and California state line. This location is popular for people to hike and camp, hold retreats and spend the day in meditation and rituals.
The mountain is particularly sacred for the Native Americans, who have stories that claim Mount Shasta is the home of the “Creator,” making it the sacred center of the Universe.
Mount Shasta is also known for the many stories about “ascended masters” and extraterrestrials traversing the trails. The stories began in the 1930s and continue today, with fewer sightings of the alien beings but just as much energy circulating.
Haleakala Volcano, Maui, Hawaii
The top of this volcanic crater is said to emit a frequency that matches the Schumann Resonance at 7.8 cycles per second. This is the same frequency as the human heartbeat, surrounding people with a sense of motherly and nurturing energy.
The beauty and size of Haleakala are breathtaking and will help you feel connected to nature’s incredible energy.
Peru encompasses some of the most compelling energy vortexes in the world.
Machu Picchu, Urubamba Province
Machu Picchu is the most famous energy vortex in South America. It is the site of a 15th-century Inca citadel above the Sacred Valley northwest of Cusco.
Of course, you have to be willing to climb into high altitudes to take in the full beauty of this ancient site. But once you do, you will feel the energy that radiates from the ground.
The three million-year-old Lake Titicaca is the largest energy vortex in South America, sitting on the border of Bolivia and Peru.
The multiple islands within the giant lake are home to various native communities.
In 2000, archeologists found the ruins of an underwater temple built by a pre-Inca civilization. It is thought to date back 1000-1500 years.
This site has claimed to be a portal of the gods and a visitation place of the ancient Lemurians. The vastness and beauty make it an energetically powerful place to visit with this lore.
India beholds one of the Hindu’s holiest sites for energy vortexes.
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
Varanasi, also known as Benares, is one of the holiest cities for Hindus. It is the oldest city in India. Many come here specifically to be cremated and released into the sacred Ganges River at the end of their lives.
In the evening, there is an aarti ritual performed in public. Although the aarti has become more of a public spectacle in modern times, the intention behind the ritual is that of communion between the participants and the sacred river. The fire, chanting, and ritual instruments add to the already charged atmosphere.
Walking through the small stone streets of Varanasi, among the people, dogs, cows, and funeral processions, creates a highly charged, energetic environment.
Even the land down under captures an amazing energy vortex.
Uluru is located in the northern territory. This world heritage site, formerly known as Ayers Rock, has been a sacred site to the Aboriginal people for centuries.
It consists of a giant red monolith of rock primarily buried, with estimates of almost 2.5 kilometers underground. You can walk around the base, which takes about 3 ½ hours.
In 2017, at the long-standing request of the Aboriginals, all climbing on the rock was stopped, which has made the energy of the area even more palpable.
The pyramids of Egypt offer more than just an architectural spectacle.
The Great Pyramid at Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza was constructed around 2550 and 2490 B.C, making it one of the oldest pyramids. It was built of limestone and was used as an Egyptian pharaoh’s tomb.
Electromagnetic energy has been recorded in its chambers by physicists. This and the construction’s mystery add to the palpable energy you can feel as you walk through its passageways.
Conclusion – Energy Vortexes Around The World
If you choose to visit any of these energy vortexes, read up on the specific guidelines and suggestions. As we said earlier, these are sacred sites considered of the highest importance to the natives of the land, and we want to honor their history.
Many practices and rituals have been taking place in these locations for many years, if not centuries. Therefore, it will also be beneficial to know the best days to visit throughout the year and the best times to be in the environment most conducive to spiritual practices, meditation, and healing.