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.
Powerful energy vortexes are said to exist in Sedona, Arizona. There are claims of vortexes centered at Stonehenge, Machu Picchu and at other sites of ancient peoples and rituals.
Our mission is to create an international social network of vortex hunters to pinpoint and investigate vortex locations worldwide. To provide a global vortex map, with GPS coordinates, free to the public, so they can find the center of a vortex claim--to test and rate it for themselves.
Check out the Global Vortex Map.
Note: The plural 'vortexes' is used throughout this web site, instead of "vortices", to distinguish between an unnatural and natural vortex. Vortices, like a whirlpool, are commonly found in nature, vortexes are not.