5. Crater Lake, Oregon
Crater Lake, Oregon is said to be a major crossing in the Earth’s global grid. It is also said that there has been clay that offers healing properties found at this location, and not to mention the powerful vortexes that surround the lake. Crater Lake was made almost 8,000 years ago from an eruption that eventually led to Mt. Mazama’s collapse.
The Lake dives almost 2000 feet underground. It is, in fact, the deepest in the United States and the seventh deepest on our planet.
The history of this lake includes a legend that speaks of the Chief of the Above World and the Chief of the Below, as they met in battle. This battle led to the catastrophe of Mt. Mazama.
6. Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai
In Thailand, there is a mighty place of power called the Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep. The legacy here states that behind the shrine, a king placed his trust in a white elephant that held a magical relic the was required for the temple to be created. Many followers were behind the elephant that went up the Doi Suthep Mountain.
The exact location the elephant died was the spot on which the followers created the temple.
7. Ruby Falls, Chattanooga Tennessee
In Chattanooga Tennessee, there a marvelous waterfall that finds itself over 1,120 feet below the peaks of Lookout Mountain. The man who discovered the waterfall, Leo Lambert, named the falls after his wife Ruby.
Underneath the mountains are puzzles of caves where you can experience some of the most beautiful formations that you probably never knew existed. Inside, you can see some of the inner beauty of the Earth and how it has taken form.
The Resonating Energy of Our Planet
There are so many places of power on our beautiful planet to discover. Places that have withstood the test of time or some places that are just the remnants of something that once was. In these locations, we find inner peace and a feeling of awe.
We can visit these places of power and never forget the energy that we received from them. In our mind, they are almost a worldly heaven, and it’s quite magnificent.
From the peaks of the highest mountains to the homes of the earliest ancestors, we find serenity. Many cultures and civilizations have grown to specific geographical areas that haven’t been tampered by man. These areas have played pivotal roles in their lives.
Have you found a place of power that evokes your spirituality? Where is it that you feel the sensation of peace and serenity? Almost everyone has somewhere where they can separate themselves from the fast-paced world we live in.
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