So we all know about these power points around the world, usually spots where a high concentration of ley lines intersect and spots where the Illuminatii and Powers That Be (PTB) usually perform rituals and ceremony to emit vast amounts of negative energy into the Earth energy grid, which then in turn keeps most of us enslaved. I won’t go into the nitty-gritty of these ceremonies but suffice to say that researchers like David Icke have written, talked and documented it enough that you can easily find information about it at his website or various YouTube videos.
From personal experience, after having visited some of these “hot spots” I can say that the energy at most of these so-called spiritual places is absolutely ugly now. Machu Picchu is a New Age circus as is Mount Shasta, California and Sedona, Arizona. It seems every other recently-divorced suburban housewife suddenly “finds” herself and decides to become some Wiccan High Priestess or wants to follow a shamanistic path and inevitably sets up shop at these places and then offers you the same path. For a fee of course…
Having been to these places, the tourist energy and the financial energy has completley ruined and drained these places, and I mean totally. I literally felt sick at Machu Picchu (and it wasn’t altitude sickness either), walking through Mount Shasta town, every second shop had a violet/purple storefront and had pictures of angels and tarot card decks on display in their front windows. The main drag of Sedona, AZ was lined with smallish strip-malls, every other establishment was offering Vortex tours or yoga retreats, none of it came cheap either. In fact, I found Sedona to be full of New Age – Republicans, with the worst possible qualities of both groups. People who essentially use the New Age movement and human potential movement to fill their coffers and line their pockets even more. It’s very unfortunate since these places do possess great natural beauty.
At the same time, I have experienced beautiful, lovely energies in many places around the world which are completely off the beaten path and do not figure largely in these movements….yet. Places where the energy is extremely pure, powerful and largely dormant for now.
It is common knowledge that the poles are now shifting. YouTube has tons of videos about this. It would then follow reason that the Earth grid and the associated ley lines would also be shifting. For me anyway, it would explain why these so-called power points felt empty to me and why other places, while not well-known, were simply brimming over with positive, powerful energy.
Here’s my list of some of these “new” power centers:
1) Cappadocia, Turkey – The Land of the Fairy Chimneys
A place still steeped in history and spiritual energy, of fantastic rock formations, lovely valleys, underground cities from the beginning of civilization. Cappadocia was home to the ancient Hittites, a parallel civilization to the ancient Egyptians. We still know very little about them. They built the underground cities of Derinkuyu and Kaymakli. I spent 3 years in Turkey and much time in this area and still barely scratched the surface of this other-worldly place. They say there are even more undiscovered underground cities in the area and Turkish government are keeping many of them secret. These places were built literally thousands of years ago and is as strong and intact today as the day they were built.
On top of that, you have the amazing landscape of Cappadocia itself. Even walking through the magical valleys, every rock-scape, every view, will say something to you and speak to you differently. If you listen closely, Mother Nature will speak to you directly here. It’s not a coincidence that the early Church fathers, like Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa as well as hermits like St.Simeon and ancient Greek Hermetic mages like Apollonius of Tyana set up shop here. The hermits of Cappadocia distanced themselves from the world by cutting into fairy chimneys, the phallic and strange rock formations of the area, rather than living on top of columns. They hollowed out the chimneys from bottom to top creating rooms at 10-15m high. Their spiritual imprint and those energies of centuries of monks, sages, holy men and hermits meditating in caves and remote valleys is still there and undisturbed.
I went to Mount Shasta in 1995. I drove straight through the town without stopping, on and up the mountain road. I left my car and walked with my dog up the mountain. There on the slope of the mountain, I could feel the powerful energy. I spent the night at the Forest Service campground further down the mountain, where I got a rotten sleep, due to the drumming and yelling that continued all night. I would recommend a visit there, as long as you avoid the town and the campground. Do go to the city park. There’s a spring that bursts out of the hillside, pure and uncontaminated, from deep in the earth. Truly living water, the most refreshing I’ve ever tasted. I always stop and fill my jugs when I’m passing by on I-5. Usually there’s a crowd of New Agers filling their bottles, but regular folk as well. Sometimes they’re hawking books about the purported spiritual qualities of the water, and I’m sure someone in Shasta is selling the water by mail. But they can’t sell it in the park, because it’s free to all. I’ve urged many people to swing by and try the water as they drive down I-5. They all agree it’s worth the stop
I visited Mount Shasta and Weed back in 2005 and connected with Caleen Sisk-Franco, the leader of the Winemem Wintu tribe who are the Native guardians of Mount Shasta and area. They showed me their sacred streams and springs including Panther Meadow and even let me watch as the young boys were initiated as warriors (they had to jump into a very deep pool and cascade water fall from very high after being smudged) during their full moon prayer circle, very nice people. I know the spring you’re describing and the water indeed is very pure but a lot of NAers leave offerings like plastic angels and such which the Natives don’t appreciate very much, even if it is meant well. The town was a circus and every other lady I met there was offering Goddess initiation or something similar. I stayed at the Stewart Mineral Springs in a cabin, near Weed, if you get the chance, go. Don’t know what it’s like now but at the time, I had a wonderful stay.
Now i think I know why i feel weird and almost sick when i’m in the montreal Botanical garden. The place feels dead unlike a free park with lots of trees which feels magical.I’m sad cause I live so close to it and I really wish I could enjoy it, but i feel worse when I go in there. Let me know if I’m not the only one who feels this way.