What are earth vortexes?
Can you see them? Feel them? Where do earth vortexes come from and what do they do? A lot of questions to answer and fortunately, over the past few years, I have learned what they are and how to feel them.
First of all earth vortexes are naturally occurring earth energy. If you can see them you would see a color in a tornado-like shape. They can be found everywhere. Some are big, strong, and powerful, others small and weak. They can be created by precise sacred geometry measurement. Or instead of naturally arising from the earth, they can be formed by a group of trees. Then there are some special vortexes that actually come down to the earth from the cosmos.
Earth vortexes provide us with an opportunity to balance our energy system. Each one is different in color and characteristic. I have found earth vortexes to work with the chakra system. My teacher, Dominique Susani, European Master Builder, became aware of them when measuring churches to decode their energetic and geometric qualities. He noticed there were places where the energy was strong and connected to different chakras. Then he began to see their colors and feel in his body how they open the energy system.
Earth vortexes raise our frequency or vibration to a higher level. They help balance our chakras and energy centers and give us an opportunity to heal.
Churches, temples and sacred sites have vortexes of different qualities, numbers, and power associated with them. Some of these vortexes only open the first chakra. You can feel it in your body as energy going down into the earth and you feel rooted or grounded. Other vortexes are connected to the 7th chakra and you can feel it tickling and opening the top of your head. Some of them connect you to both the earth and the cosmos, open your central channel and clean the energy throughout your body.
In many well-built churches or temples, the naturally occurring earth vortexes are enhanced and become more powerful. Also in these churches, the geometry, measurements, and use of water veins and faults used to build the churches create more powerful healing energies.
For example, I am working with Dominique Susani and his son Nicolas in decoding the energy of churches on the Camino de Compostela trail. We are looking at several different things in the churches. One is the earth vortexes, another is the underground energies used (water veins and faults), and then measurement – the solar and sacred geometry used in building the actual church.
With our research, we found earth vortexes in key places in the church. Usually, before the door, we see one. The altar usually has a nice one, in front of the different saints can have earth vortexes. Sometimes there is a little chakra path of earth vortexes leading up to the altar.
Earth vortexes are also found in simpler constructions such as a menhir, a standing stone. There is usually the main one associated with the menhir, unlike churches or temples that have many vortexes.
For me in my sacred geometry adventures, finding earth vortexes add to the experience of going to a sacred site. They can give my energy system a nice tune-up. Just the other day ago, I visited a place in France called the Circuit des Dolmen.
It has several dolmens to see, but the best places were in the huge stones. One of the giant menhirs has an orange earth vortex associated with it. When you stand in front of it or even climb on top, you can feel a warmth in your second chakra and balancing of your second chakra takes place!
I’d love to hear of your experiences with earth vortexes, leave me a comment above!