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BC: David A. Hollis is an author, songwriter, photographer, balloonist, and horticulturalist. The metaphysical aspects of the Sedona experience led to the study of sacred places all around us. This book is an attempt to expose the reader to the concepts of kinesiology as described by Dr. David Hawkins and Wayne Dyer. | Vortex copyright 2013 David A Hollis All photos copyright 2002-2004 David A. Hollis All rights reserved dh vizaud enterprises 2013 | bio photos by Jane Hirz | As above, so below.

FC: VORTEX | David A. Hollis

1: Between Phoenix and Flagstaff, Az., the small town of Sedona prospered in theRed Rock canyons along Highway 89A and Oak Creek. The combination of sandstone quartz, granite, and iron ore create a subtle energy depository deep within the terrain. As this energy flows up, out of the ground; it creates a vortex; swirling up, and through, the peaks and valleys. Human sensitivity to this energy varies, but can be felt as hair raising chills, or a soft gentle warmth. | Some researchers consider Sedona as one giant vortex, while others think it may contain as many as 200 individual vortices. Included here are the 4 major vortex tourist sites, as well as other personal favorites.

3: Bell Rock Vortex Perhaps the most well known vortex due to its shape, upflow energy, and associated UFO/ET activity; ley lines connect it to Mt. Shasta. (Bottom photo) looking from Cockscomb back toward Cathedral Crossing and Bell; shot from hot air balloon.

4: Cow Pies Vortex Nearly inaccessible due to poor roads, this huge site lies just east of Old Town Sedona on SR 179. The pancake style rock formations give rise to the name as they jut out a half mile over the valley; rising 800 feet above the Oak Creek below. Its electric energy correlates with the Pleiades constellation, and supposedly contains a doorway to the future.

6: Airport Vortex The most accessible vortex lies at the east end of the Airport runway just south of downtown. Having the next strongest energy upflow after Bell Vortex, it is connected by ley lines to Mt. Everest, Mt. Ararat, and Mt. McKinley. It's electric energy correlates with the constellations of Andromeda and Zeta Reticuli.

8: Cathedral Rock Vortex Located in the southeast corner of Sedona, where the Oak Creek turns south toward Cottonwood, there is a lateral vortex along the waterway; and an upflow of energy at the saddle between the two larger rock formations a mile from the creek. The magnetic energy here correlates to the star formations of Arcturus and the Pleiades; with ley lines to Glastonbury and Bimini.

9: View from Panorama Point | Creekside Cairn Field

10: Boynton Canyon Vortex A infamous set for several cowboy movies, now home to the Enchantment Resort; Boynton carries electromagnetic energy in a domed, pyramidal shape. There is a saddle on the ridge, where both positive and negative terminals exist in correlation with ET energy from Orion and Sirius.

12: West Fork This 14 mile creek trail into the wilderness is just one branch of the Oak Creek that joins the main flow north on SR 89 from Sedona. This is a lateral vortex that runs horizontal to, and with, the flow of the creek southbound. The ET energy correlates to the Sirius constellation.

14: Briar Patch on Oak Creek

16: Honanki Located15 miles SW of Sedona, this sacred pueblo complex was occupied from 2000 BC to 1875 AD by the Sinagua, Yavapai, and Apache Indians.

17: The Spirit Door

18: Wupatki Located near the sacred Sunset Crater, north of Flagstaff, the volcano rich soil became the agricultural breadbasket of northern Arizona from 500 AD to 1225 AD.

19: Brin's Mesa, west of Sedona

20: Slide Rock Now a state park, this was the homestead of one of the first non-Indian settlers in the area. Near the ancient Indian Gardens vortex, this energy migrated south to the present site of Cow Pies.

21: Montezuma's Well A natural spring bubbling up from under the Mogollon Rim, just east of I-17 outside the village of Oak Creek, provided an unending source of clean drinking water. It was also the prime source for desert crop irrigation.

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  • Title: Vortex
  • The power and natural beauty of the Sedona, Az. vortices.
  • Tags: Kinesiology
  • Published: almost 4 years ago

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