There are many, many haunted places in this world. Places where people have either died tragically, leaving behind the energetic footprint of their passing or those places which certain souls, for whatever reason, cannot let go.
Many people who have visited the old Jewish concentration camps have said of the air of sadness and tragedy which surrounds the place, an almost palpable dark grey energy that seems to have permeated the air and soil of the vicinity and contagiously touches anyone who visits.
Then there are other places, where extremely dangerous and potent occult and supernatural acts have taken place, creating a portal or gateway into the astral realms and pretty much inviting them in. That idea of opening up a closet and finding monsters from another dimension waiting to come into our reality as highlighted in that film “Monsters Inc.” was not made up by the writers of that film.
It’s an idea and a reality which has been around for a very long time. Native Americans, Siberian shamans, white wizards and prophets like Mikhael Aivanhov have warned against this sort of thing for centuries. It doesn’t help that writers like H.P Lovecraft, black magicians like Aleister Crowley and works like the Necronomicon took it a step further and literally gave the world the formulae, the rituals and the complete how-to in order to invite such entities into your life. The less said about them the better.
This posting is addressed to serious light workers and earth healers alike. It’s about those places which unfortunately, the portals are still open and need to be closed up, they need to be seriously cleaned out, completely, from top to bottom and front to back. Places, because of the powers which were unleashed there, continue to act as negative openings into the other realm and are astral psychic dumps. By no means is this a comprehensive list, there are thousands of these places the world over, this is just what came to me as the most pressing. In terms of how to clean up, here’s a good beginning.
Boleskine House, Loch Ness, Scotland
Literally nestled near Loch Ness, Scotland, Boleskine House was personally chosen by Aleister Crowley as the perfect location to conduct black ritual. He lived here from 1899-1913 and specifically purchased it in order to perform a ritual found in “The Book of the Sacred Magick of Abra-Melin the Mage”. To perform it, Crowley says,
One must have a house where proper precautions against disturbance can be taken; this being arranged, there is really nothing to do but to aspire with increasing fervor and concentration, for six months, towards the obtaining of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel.
In The Confessions of Aleister Crowley (Chapter 22), he continues:
The first essential is a house in a more or less secluded situation. There should be a door opening to the north from the room of which you make your oratory. Outside this door, you construct a terrace covered with fine river sand. This ends in a “lodge” where the spirits may congregate.
Later purchased by rock guitarist and occult enthusiast, Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page (a Crowley apologist who claims that Crowley was a “misunderstood genius”), Page has claimed that the house is haunted by a decapitated head, no doubt a relic which was probably used here in some ritual or other at some point. It might also explain the influence which caused the death of both Robert Plant’s son, Karac, from a mysterious stomach flu and John Bonham’s death. Page sold the house a few years ago and the house has been a residence and guesthouse over the years. Crowley’s followers and those who practice “Thelema” the occult arts attributed to Crowley, still come to the house in droves, much to the chagrin of the locals. Interestingly, some have also speculated that there maybe a relationship between Crowley, his screwed-up ritual and the Loch Ness monster:
From “Who Forted?”
“This kind of strangeness went on for years, leading believers of the mystical and the occult to believe that the house had become a sort of portal, the unfinished ceremony leaving an open gateway to worlds unknown, spreading the activity from beyond the confines of the house itself, and into the surrounding area. It was around this time in 1933 that the Loch Ness Monster began to rear it’s long, reptilian head.
Frederick William Holiday, one of the most well-publicized Loch Ness monster investigators, having published two books dedicated to the search for the creature, made an assessment in the 70′s that the monster acted itself much like a supernatural creature, leading him to re-think his stance on it’s origin. Instead, Holiday postulated that the creature’s apparent self-concealing phenomena was evidence that it could possibly be related to the aftermath of Crowley’s preternatural fuck up.
Strangely enough, the first recorded appearance of the Loch Ness Monster coincides with the beginning of the end of Crowley’s legacy.”
Clinton Road, West Milford, New Jersey
Thanks to “Weird NJ” magazine, which regularly highlights Clinton Road, this long, lonely 10 mile stretch running through the New Jersey Pine Barrens and isolated forests has achieved quite a notorious reputation over the years. A single blog post does no justice to the amount of material and personal testimonies related to this road. The Lenape tribes called the area around the Pine Barrens “Popuessing”, meaning “place of the dragon”. Swedish explorers later named it “Drake Kill”, “drake” being a Swedish word for dragon, and “kill” meaning channel or arm of the sea (river, stream, etc.).
Scores of people have sighted Satanists and Ku Klux Klan groups performing ritual in these woods over the years. A haunted bridge, phantom trucks, sightings of strange, unclassified creatures, the New Jersey Devil, a dumping ground for bodies by the Mob and Mafia, Clinton Road has some sort of story related to it. Practically everyone who has driven down this road, even in broad daylight, all cite the same thing: a deep feeling of foreboding which seems to increase with each passing second, to the point that many become terrified for no clear reason and automatically turn around and high-tail it out of there.
After looking at the area under Google Earth, it easy to see why crazy groups come here to perform bizarre rituals. There is absolutely nothing here, just miles and miles of uninterrupted forest. If you’re looking for secrecy, this place has loads of it. No doubt all those rituals over the years must have left a diabolical energetic footprint. People who have left their cars during the day to walk around, also cited another curious quality of this place: absolutely no sound. Not even normal forest sounds, like the chirping of birds or the hum of insects. Silence can have different qualities as well. Some silences are golden and rich and voluptuous, like lying on a hammock in the summer and dozing off under a tree or walking into a venerable library. Others have a disturbing, creepy quality about them, almost like an audio dead zone and the feeling that you’re being watched. Practically everyone who has traveled Clinton Road has experienced the latter.
Skinwalker Ranch, Ballard, Utah
Just about everyone from Jeff Rense to Jordan Maxwell has at one point or another, brought up and discussed Skinwalker Ranch, a creepy-as-hell part of remote North-East Utah. Just name your topic: UFOs, glowing orbs, cryptozoology, Native American curses, Sasquatch, shape-shifters, mutilated animals, the disappearance of animals and people alike, the list of weird, unexplained and often terrifying phenomena here now lists itself in the hundreds.
According to Wikipedia: “In some Native American legends, a skin-walker is a person with the supernatural ability to turn into any animal he or she desires, though it is not necessary, most of them wear a pelt of the animal, to be able to transform. Similar lore can be found in cultures throughout the world and is often referred to as shapeshifting by anthropologists”
The ranch property has been declared as off-limits to tribal members because it lies in the path of the skinwalker. Even today, Utes refuse to set foot on what they see as accursed land. But the tribe doesn’t necessarily believe that the skinwalker lives on the ranch. Retired teacher and UFO researcher Junior Hicks says his friends in the Ute tribe believe the skinwalker presence in the Uinta Basin extends back at least 15 generations. The Utes, described by historians as a fierce and warlike people, were sometimes aligned with the Navajo against common enemies during the 1800’s. But the alliance didn’t last. When the Utes first acquired horses from the Spanish, they enthusiastically embraced the Spanish example by engaging in the slave trade. They reportedly abducted Navajo and other Indians and sold them in New Mexico slave markets. According to Hicks, the Utes believe the Navajo put a curse on their tribe in retribution for many perceived transgressions. And ever since that time, Hicks was told, the skinwalker has plagued the Ute people and anyone else who decides to live at Skinwalker Ranch.