Which Places are the Most Powerful?
by Robert Scheer
When I was in Peru in June, 1998, I had the rare opportunity of meeting
Antón Ponce de Leon Paiva. Antón is a native Peruvian who was taken
blindfolded to a hidden village in the Andes and taught the true sacred history
of not only the Incas but of all the Americas. Antón is the author of The
Wisdom of the Ancient ONE and In Search of the Wise ONE. Shirley
MacLaine has written about Antón's encounters with ETs and UFOs. Antón told me
that he was informed by Inca elders that the three most powerful places on Earth
are Lake Titicaca (on the Peru/Bolivia border), Glastonbury (near
Stonehenge, England), and Mount Kailash (in the Himalayas).
Helene A. Shik, is a psychic healer and spiritual teacher who operates Purple
Mountain Tours. She suggests that different sacred places "call" to
people at different times, depending on what your individual needs at the time
may be. Therefore, even though a place may be very powerful, it may not be the
most appropriate place for you.
According to Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen, author of Crossing to Avalon,
different sacred sites give off different kinds of energy, which we pick up with
one of our seven chakras. "Chartres Cathedral is a heart chakra
site," she told me. Another powerful heart chakra site is Lake Titicaca,
according to Andrea Mikana-Pinkham, a Reiki Grand Master and director of Soluna
Tours. Andrea and her partner Mark Amaru Pinkham include Lake Titicaca as an
important part in the tours they lead to Peru, as they say it is "the most
powerful yin energy vortex on Earth."
For more details, please refer to "How To Decide Which Sacred Place You
I don't think any reference book exists that lists "all" the sacred
places on Earth, but I have found two books that certainly include long lists,
plus a lot of other good information: Places of Peace & Power by
Martin Gray and The Atlas of Holy Places & Sacred Sites by Colin
If you browse through this NewAgeTravel.com website, you'll discover
additional information about sacred places, their different characteristics and
how to decide which ones to visit.
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