Energy Vortex Locations USA
A Vortex (plural vortices) is defined as:
1. a mass of spinning air, liquid, etc., that pulls things into its center
2. a place or situation regarded as drawing into its center all that surrounds it.
- The Free Dictionary and Merriam-Webster
Natural vortices can be found all over the world, and they tend to draw people, animals and idea makers from all walks of life into them and their surroundings.
In my area, the two most popular vortices are found in Gettysburg and Ringing Rocks.
There are approximately 60 known vortices in and around the United States. And according to Vortex Hunters, the largest worldwide website cataloging and recording vortices around the world, a vortex is any concentrated area of energy that promotes wellbeing. And it is one that is well recorded.
How Vortices Are Formed
Vortices are generally formed in natural locations, from naturally occurring energy centers and phenomena, though there are some vortices that have been created from man-made experiences, such as the vortices of Gettysburg, PA.
Sedona Red Rock Tours finds there are at least three different types of vortices on the globe:
Electrical Vortices, Magnetic Vortices, and Balancing Vortices
In addition, I believe there are also paranormal vortices, which are commonly known as portals. And it's important to note that not all vortices are created equally, as different energy centers draw in different types of energy and each of these vortices attracts and emanates a different type of energy.
how vortices work together
Each vortex is then further connected to other vortices through a series of leylines.
According the Live Science, the way that a vortex connects to a leyline can best be equated to the way a star works with the constellations. Leylines are a series of man-made constellation-like lines that connect major "stars" to the other stars on the globe in patterned, organized shapes.
To learn more about how leylines are believed to connect the grid of vortices on the planet, I suggest watching this video.
How you can work with vortex energy
Many metaphysical people believe that going to certain vortexes can help amplify your spiritual abilities, balance your chakras, assist you in opening your third eye or help you connect to better connect to certain ethereal realms.
Deborah King, an energy healer and shaman, further believes that some of the bigger vortices on earth are actually chakra centers for the earth, and that going to certain known earth chakra vortices will help with your work in healing that particular chakra on your own body.
When you are selecting which vortex to visit next, remember that there are both marked and unmarked vortices in every state. You can find marked vortex locations here and submit unmarked vortices here.
Be careful which vortex you select to visit, as not every energy center is good match to every person's constitution. Because vortices are spinning whirlwinds of energy, this can mean that the energy, the people and the circumstances at some vortices can be a little crazy, too. Protect yourself and do your research before you visit.
What To Do If You Find a Vortex
If find a vortex and want to submit a vortex site claim, you can do so at VortexHunters.com.
Vortex Hunters can't post sites on private properties or commercial businesses due to privacy regulations and they need as much evidence as they can get to back up the claim in order to verify it. So when visiting a vortex, don't forget to document your experience. Take lots of pictures, notes and make observations.
Submit or Locate a Vortex Here (link to external cataloguing site).
Much about the world of energy vortices is still largely unknown and the field of research could use as much evidence as it can get.
Amanda Linette Meder
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Amanda Linette Meder is a professional psychic medium, writer and teacher. She runs a membership program on her website that helps other mediums like herself to develop their abilities, develop their businesses, and grow spiritually.