Vortices or vortexes appear in nature in many forms. A vortex can be described as a swirling mass around a center point.
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.
31 January 2019
Hello, my friend has found a vortex in his business. He's experiencing a portal to another universe, a strong magnetic pull, messages and visions. Is there someone he can talk to about this? He wants to have it measured and evaluated ASAP. Thank you, - Jena
Hello Jena, I'm not sure we can help, but if not, I can try and put you in touch with a reputable local group. Please email us the name and address of the business, tell us about the experience that most makes you believe this is a vortex, and send your best photo, video, or other physical evidence.
22 January 2019
Zion national park this week. Hi! I am in Kanab Utah this week, and was wanting more information on exactly where the vortex actually is at Zion national park. It is listed on the map and says the temples and towers of the virgin. The picture shown is the place I will be trying in the morning at sunrise. But I didn’t know if it was supposed to be each temple and tower or any other specific hike or spot. I realize I am sending this message rather last minute, but if you have time to respond to my email rather soon, I would greatly appreciate it! Thank you! - Rachel
Hi Rachel, we do not have an exact location or center of the Zion Park Vortex. Most report the vortex to be the whole park, but we think there is a center lcoation where the energy is the strongest. If you feel you found a spot that seems stronger, please let us know, we are scheduled to go there.
20 January 2019
Hello, I have a couple well-known vortexes (vortices?) that are not included on your map. Max Creek Vortex in southern Illinois (right outside Vienna, IL) and Keweenaw Vortex in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (right outside Allouez, MI). - Kevin
Hey Kevin, these are great suggestions. Thank you for sending the article links, that really helps. We will be adding these locations to the new vortex map soon. I typically use the plural 'vortexes', instead of 'vortices', to distinguish between the vortices found in nature--and energy vortexes that are still a scientifically unproven phenomenon. 'Vortices' is always correct, but both are okay in my book.
17 January 2019
hi! hope you all are having a great day! I am going on a field trip to coral castle and was wondering if you had any more information you could link me to on the coral castle (homestead florida) VORTEX (magnetic) ... I was curious how to detect the vortex and how to know the earth grid lines it might be running on , connecting to in other parts of the world? or any other info you have found. Thank you - Rachel
Hi Rachel, all the info we have is on this page coral castle vortex. You can try and detect a vortex with a pendulum, compass, dowsing rods, magnetometer, and your own feelings and sensations.
Vortex at Mesa Verde National Park - I found your information while researching what I captured in a recent photo when visiting Mesa Verde National Park in Early October. Attached is the photo. As you can see above the middle mountain you can see a vortex. This appeared when I increased the 'sharpness' of the photo during post processing. It is very strange and has me completely baffled. Maybe you can help. Thanks so much, Cathy
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