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Many different types of vortexes are claimed to exist. From paranormal portals that act as doorways to the afterlife (or other dimensions), to spiritual spots near the convergence of ley lines.



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  • 16 May 2020

    Where can I buy a REM-Pod like the one in your video? - Baatein

    Hi Baatein, you can buy one at Ghost Stop.

  • 25 April 2020

    Vortex in Port St lucie florida. I live in stuart but frequent this public park in Port St lucie called oak hammock Park. It has some sinister things attached to the place due to some horrible murders committed by a sheriffs deputy years ago. But the entire park is wooded trails and is naturally shaped like a yin-yang sign when viewed from above on Google earth. I have personally had powerful experiences there. I truly believe it is a place of power on this earth. When you reach the center of the yin-yang shape you can see and feel an obvious change in light and power from one side to the other. If you have personal demons this is a wonderful place to face them and clean out your heart Chakra. - Seth

    Hi Seth, thank you for contacting us. We will research this location.

  • 10 April 2020

    A vortex in Birmingham, Alabama? Many years ago, about 20, a date took me to a street in the city that ran uphill from where he parked his car. He put his car in neutral, took off the brake, and the car began to glide uphill! The car was turned off and out of gear, and yet we were moving uphill! Was that a vortex, and if not, what was it? Thank You, Rea

    It could be a vortex or it may be a gravity hill.

  • 8 April 2020

    There is a new television show about Skinwalker Ranch on the History Channel that you might like. We do not have Skinwalker Ranch on our vortex map because it is private property and the owners do not want people going there, but it has a long history of paranormal occurrences. Everything from shape-shifting beings to UFOs. - Jack

  • 22 March 2020

    I came upon your work online, and I just wanted to direct your attention to a number of overlooked vortex locations in Africa that I've researched before, or been to in a few cases. Africa's mysteries are countless and more than a few locations are there which are worthy of landing on your map as well. Just wanted to share some ideas anonymously. In an almost direct southern line from Giza: The Great Zimbabwe ancient stone city, The Bakoni Ruins, The Nyiragongo Volcano (just off the line) Harare (Mbane is also on this line, but isn't quite as electric as Harare feels). On an East-West line, the ancient cities of: Timbuktu, Agadez, and Meore. The first two are definitely well-worn vortex locations, like walking into movie theater that closed as silent films stopped being a thing. Other worthy mentions: The Richat Structure, also known as the "Eye of Africa", Victoria Falls, also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya by locals, is one of the most amazing places on earth. Kuje Forest, Nigeria's "Evil Forest" - Nigeria is famous/infamous among its own people for black magic and juju and shamanism as a part of daily life. Kuje Forest is the nexus for this energy.

  • 12 March 2020

    The Hessdalen lights and Hessdalen mystery lights - David

  • 3 March 2020

    Keweenaw Vortex, Michigan. Max Creek Vortex, Illinois - Kevin

  • 25 February 2020

    Hi. I am a resident of Eureka springs Arkansas. We have a few portals in town with portals. My house sets on 1 and there are open doors also. - Anonymous

  • 15 February 2020

    Vortex, here at my home and behind my home through woods, Titusville Florida -energy -lightening -animal find their way here- I have had premonitions that come true, I hear the earth, sometimes hear particular sounds, I’ve “seen” ene... - Diane

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  • 2 February 2020

    I have a handful bunch of the vortex locations and having since discovering this wonderful resource, I have been going to as many as possible in North America (for now) and I was wondering if you could tell me anything about the question marks and what they may represent. Thank you so much for your help and all your time and effort. It is greatly appreciated. - Jackie

    Greetings Jackie, thank you for your kind words. The question marks are gravity hills, magnetic hills and ghost lights. Mystery spots (roadside attractions) can be found here.

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    Vortex at Mesa Verde National Park - I found your information while researching what I captured in a recent photo when visiting Mesa Verde National Park in Early October. Attached is the photo. As you can see above the middle mountain you can see a vortex. This appeared when I increased the 'sharpness' of the photo during post processing. It is very strange and has me completely baffled. Maybe you can help. Thanks so much, Cathy

    Image credit: http://thedook.com

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