Sarasota vortex - I've been living here for over 38 years now. It has gotten crowded with people, due to life have stayed away from the beach. I'm starting to revisit the sands of Siesta Keys and explore it's vortex. - Anonymous
Thank you for sharing. Many blessings to you! - J
I believe I have located a spiritual vortex, It is as a water source there spears there may be a Native American connection. Videos in this are do very odd things or fail. Infared cameras pich up strange cloud type activity. I have seen may example of peaceful tranquility and clarity of visions. Mediums have come by and have seen this as a protected site and when this site is disturbed sad things can happen but with warning first The place throws off good energy and the history is tied back to the witch trials. The problem is even though I have pics people are skeptical of what I have seen even with witnesses. This site is an emensely powerful healing place unlike any I have seen, I have been to Sedona and I know what is said but this place makes that pale, I just do not know what to so as I do not want to upset they energy messages but it getting over run with curosity seekers What do you suggest? - Anonymous
Native American vortex sites can be very powerful and in my opinion are best left undisturbed. If you do enter, approach it with an intention of respect (which it sounds like you do). I suggest keeping the location to yourself and selected friends, but please send us your video and pics to share. - J
I lived in Mtn. View, AR for about 20 years. My wife felt 'drawn' there as did I. How vain we, "The Masters" be. Could it be we over estimate our worth? Are we merely mites on a miniscule molecule called Earth? Could our 'Big Bang' possibly be just some colossal passing gas? I don't know, I just ask. - Bill
Hello, I think that the small town that I live in may be a vortex, but I have no experience with these things and thus I am unsure. The town is Eureka Springs, Arkansas. In the Victorian era it was a town of healing springs, where illnesses were said to be cured. Nowadays, it is home to many psychics and other related professions. Some people say it has an "Earth's Vortex." How do I proceed to figure out whether or not Eureka Springs really is a vortex? - Emma
This is a great question, for which I do not have the answer. I have been "energized" in places like Sedona, but was it an energy vortex or just raised adrenaline levels from the breathtaking views? I'm not sure. I've tried to detect a vortex with a compass, pendulum, divining rods and other devices and I have seen some anomalies, but is that really proof? To me, it comes down to how I feel in a location. If I sense something unusual at a certain place, positive or negative, and those sensations repeat themselves only when I visit there, then that place is an energy vortex to me.
There are valid reasons one might consider that a vortex exists in Eureka Springs. First, it is located in the mystical Ozark Mountains. Further, there was a very famous healing spring, radioactive springs and a magnetic spring that people claimed magnetized any metal object.
America's Most Haunted Hotel, the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa, is in Eureka Springs. Some of the best evidence of the paranormal I have seen was captured by Ghost Hunters at The Crescent Hotel and the Ellis House. You probably have heard all of that before, and if you have, I find it admirable that you are still asking questions.
I have added Eureka Springs to the Vortex Map with the hope that others might share their experiences there. It's also been added to our list of places to investigate on our next tour. - J