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Mays Landing, New Jersey
March 19, 2010
From journal Stunningly Scenic Sedona
by wanderer 2005
September 16, 2005
I don’t know about all that, but what I do know is what I see. Twisted Juniper trees that look like they’ve been thru a twister, as the tree trunk itself is twisted up.(See picture below. tree is on the right) Some people say they feel calm or relaxed when around the vortices and I can only say that I do feel a sense of peace when in these specific areas. Strange, but true. Sedona has long been a spiritual place for many and is famous for these centers of energy. There are a few of them in around here, the most popular being, near the Chapel of the Holy Cross, at the top of Cathedral Mountain, Bell Rock and a place called Airport Vortex and Boynton Canyon.
If interested, there are several tour companies that offer vortex tours for a fee, of course and new age bookstores offering information.
From journal Spiritual Sedona
Los Angeles (Woodland Hills), California
January 22, 2005
From journal Four Days in Sedona
Newport, Rhode Island
November 6, 2003
From journal Los Abrigados
April 11, 2003
There are tours available where "vorticians" will take people to the different vortex sites, but we didn't take one of those. Some people we chatted with said that they had a marvelous time and really had a spiritual happening on a vortex tour.
From journal Red Rock Sedona