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Vortex Energy Sites

February 18th, 2015 by Del & Sheryl Terry

The Seven Major Vortex energy Sites of Sedona

Vortex energy sites in Sedona, Arizona

Panoramic photo of Sedona, AZ – 2009

I have been visiting the Sedona/Oak Creek area since the 1940’s when it was still accessed by a dirt and then a narrow concrete road.  In the mid 20th century it was a quiet pristine place to spend a cool Summer weekend camping and hiking and enjoying sliding down the creek.  At a family reunion, in the mid 1950s, I told an older cousin about it.  She fell in love with it and shared it with two of her best friends, and they made it what it is today.  It’s no wonder; it is a beautiful, serene canyon located less than two hours from our B&B.  I’ll tell you a little about the Vortex energy that attracts people to Sedona today.

Native American people and their ancestors have considered the area home and of spiritual significance for thousands of years.  There are ruins of their communities and evidence of their occupation for miles around.

Vortex energy sites in Sedona, Arizona

Ben Lonetree’s  Vortex energy Chart – 2004

My wife remembers coming to one of the sacred plateaus as a child with her father to perform sacred Hopi rites.  Yavapai Apache people still come to another site to perform spiritual rites each year.  These sites, as well as five others, are now called Vortexes (see chart above).  Along with New Age ‘religious groups’ and Native Americans, there are scores of thousands of tourists who visit each year.

My late father was an earth science in the public school system in central Arizona for over three decades and he would bring members of his classes on field trips each year to experience these phenomena.  He explained the Vortexes as ‘tunnels of magnetic energy’.  Some of the evidence of this is below.

Vortex energy sites in Sedona, Arizona

Evidence that Sedona and the surrounding area ranks high in magnetic anomalies can be seen in this chart which is a product of the USGS North American Magnetic Anomaly website.  Geomagnetic intensity is indicated by the vertical bar graph to the right. Sedona is ‘off the scale’ being whitish pink in coloration.  Magnetic activity has been measured  in excess of 650nT in Sedona. Reference for further scientific measurement information.

Come and experience the spiritual, scientific, or New Age vortex energy for yourself.

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