morro rock vortex

 

Morro Rock Vortex

  • Vortex Type: Energy

    Morro Rock is a volcanic plug in Morro Bay, California, on the Pacific Coast at the entrance to Morro Bay harbor. A causeway connects it with the shore, making it a tied island. The rock is protected as the Morro Rock State Preserve. The Salinan and Chumash tribes consider Morro Rock to be a sacred site. - Wikipedia

     

  • The 581-foot (177 m) Morro Rock is one of 13 volcanic plugs (remnant necks of extinct volcanoes), lava domes, and sheetlike intrusions between Morro Bay on the north and Islay Hill on the south. It is composed mostly of dacite, an igneous, volcanic rock, and partially of petrified bird feces, which have compacted into the plug over the years. It is a groundmass of plagioclase, with amphibole (hornblende), biotite, pyroxene (augite), quartz, and glass; phenocrysts of plagioclase, amphibole and often quartz. Its silica (SiO2) content can range from 63 to 69 percent.

     

    This vortex was registered on 11.28.19 by Ashley

    This landform is incredibly breathtaking. It is massive and vibrates with a very prominent energy. I am a classically trained Feng Shui practitioner and I could viscerally feel the energy emanating from the Rock as I surveyed it. This experience was so surreal that I consulted with a channel and she confirmed that Morro Rock is indeed a vortex. - Ashley

     

     

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