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Sacred Sites

Spiritual Self-Help Centers

The Native American tribe Hopi describes the creation as such: in the beginning, the Creator made the first human and sent him with a drum to the south pole. Once there, this person heard the heartbeat of the Earth Mother and beat his drum. When the two reached a sympathetic vibration, the Earth sent streams of energy to the surface whereupon it became abundant with life force. But there were places where this life force was more abundant, and the Hopi called them the “spots of the fawn.”

These hotspots of energy would, in time, form the foundations of future temples and sacred places we see today. And there's the rub: if you ever feel your life to be lacking in connection to the source of things, go sit in a sacred space, which can be referred to as spiritual self-help centers.

In the last three decades science has made enormous advances in measuring what sensitive people, gnostics and antiquarians have known for thousands of years: that every sacred site on Earth is underpinned by a subtle force that affects human consciousness to an extraordinary degree. Energy measurements of ancient sites such as Carnac stone circle in France and Avebury stone circle in England reveal how such megalithic structures attract electromagnetic energy, which in turn is stored in the unique stones, then released throughout the day.

It only takes a small change in the local electromagnetic field to alter the human biological system. In fact, the three prime elements found in every sacred site — water, electromagnetism and quartz — are those that make up the human body. In a sense a temple is a mirror of the human temple in its perfect state.

Ancient systems of knowledge teach that we are born perfect, but the worries of the world soon deflect the soul from its perfect state, leaving us disconnected and dis-eased. That is, 'out of ease' with our environment. It was for this reason, above all others, that our predecessors embarked on a global temple-building project.

The idea is really quite simple. Attract the human into the heart of the temple, and by a subtle process of energy exchange, this person who wandered in out-of-alignment walks out whole, or as we have come to call this state, holy. The idea forms our culturally shared experience of pilgrimage.

And it isn't just a matter of recharging the body's system. By their very nature, ancient sacred sites are open portals to every level of existence, they mark places where one is able to access the Otherworld and its unique library of information. Depending on the intent you take there, it is possible to fine-tune the information your conscious and subconscious needs to become a fully operational being, to the degree that some temples are even used in healing.

In an age where we have become increasingly disconnected from the natural world that birthed us in the first place, it is important we find time to visit these self-help centers to discover, even if for a few minutes, that umbilical connection to the source. Interestingly, many sacred sites have always been associated with a golden thread or a hollow reed that links the terrestrial temple to the Otherworld. In 2008 NASA discovered that every eight minutes, portals of magnetic energy link locations on the surface of the Earth to the Sun. They even used the word 'portal' in the press release. So it is more than idle conjecture that legends and myths are mere colorful stories, for they actually contain kernels of universal truth as well as instructions telling us where to source energy and information. It is for this reason that ancient seers were also “sourcerers."

 

Sacred Energy Spaces are Everywhere, and You Can Find One Near You

You might have heard others say that not everyone is fortunate enough to live within easy proximity of an ancient temple or sacred site. That is not correct. I am writing this article from my desk in downtown Portland, Maine, within three feet of one of those “spots of the fawn.” It is a natural vortex, the result of two converging telluric currents or energy pathways. In the late 19th century this location was overlaid with a Victorian building. The other person attracted to this site is a healer who now lives on the first floor, and whose clients love coming here to find a degree of connectivity, even though they are not aware of the subtle forces at work inside the building. In essence, we live in a brick building atop a sacred space, a “spot of the fawn."

These hotspots of energy are everywhere, which makes finding your very own self-help center that much easier. One way to discover your local hotspot is to take a deep breath and go for a walk, even if it's downtown Manhattan. Clear your thoughts and observe where your body takes you, because both your body and your subconscious are better equipped than your conscious self to look for that which they need to feel connected and whole.

You will know when you locate a 'spot of the fawn' when you feel a sense of ease and joy. Cliché, but true. Contrary to modern media, happiness and peace is the natural state of the human body, and this state comes about only when it feels no disconnect between all levels of reality.

Some of these places may not surprise you: a park, an open space, a view by a river. But some will. An unusually placed bench, a bookstore, a soda fountain, the quiet corner of a local cafe. Even modern places can occupy hotspots where one feels one with the environment, maybe because the people who put them there also felt the very same sense of belonging.

 

The Purpose of Sacred Sites in the 21st Century

Sacred sites have been around for thousands of years and there are many theories as to what they were used for around the time of their construction. However, could these sacred sites such as Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid of Giza serve a purpose for us in present day? In an interview for AAE TV, Freddy Silva talks about the second book he wrote called “The Divine Blueprint” which contains nearly 1,000 references that describe the various encounters people have with sacred sites. He raises the question of – What is the origin of sacred sites, and what makes them sacred? Freddy doesn’t limit his investigation of sacred sites to places of origin that date back thousands of years, but instead he includes recent crop circle formations in his research. His investigations of sacred sites are nothing short of thorough – as he makes use of scientific evidence, eye witness testimony from prominent sources, and pieces the whole puzzle together with the myths and legends of the local population.


Crop Circles

Some people don’t believe there is any mystery to the crop circle phenomenon. Others maintain the belief that all crop circles are made by two people holding a string and a board. However, Freddy woke up to a greater reality when he started noticing luminous objects above crop circle formations that he couldn’t ignore. He began to travel the world in search for answers with the belief that when the pupil is ready, the teacher will appear; and the teacher always did. Postal workers, policemen, military personnel, politicians, and 80 other eyewitness testimonies in Freddy’s book: “Secrets in the Field” claim to have seen crop circles being formed. In addition to these testimonies, Freddy’s book has over 400 images and diagrams to help explain this phenomenon. In many of these accounts the witnesses say they see tubes of light coming down from the clouds and that the crop formation would appear in under 15 seconds. In some cases the formation would appear the following day. He doesn’t end the discussion there, but instead he postulates that these formations could be created by sound, plasma or the manipulation of local gravitational fields.

“Some people think that crop circles are either hoaxes or that they are made by UFO’s, neither is actually the case – They are created by consciousness,” Freddy said.

Freddy dissects the crop formations’ sacred geometry, known meanings, hidden messages, and connections with ancient symbols. He believes the phenomenon works alongside human consciousness. He conducted many experiments where he would ask a mathematical question in his mind, and the answer would be revealed in the formation of a crop circle.

 

What makes a site sacred?

“Sacred space is where you come in contact with everything. The veiled world of the universe gets lifted.”

Freddy mentions that there are certain spots on the Earth that feel different. The environment feels different, your state of perception feels more developed and it might feel as though you’ve come into contact with another level of reality. Scientists Freddy has spoken with, say that beyond the measuring, and beyond the scientific evidence they found about the differences in the electromagnetic field, they say there is a palpable difference in how they feel when they step into and out of the sacred space.

“Part of the reason why we find temples in every culture of the world when we look at the myth, legend, traditions and what took place at these sites, it becomes pretty obvious that they are all looking for the same thing – a controlled out of body experience,” Freddy said.

He mentions that even the left-brained early mathematicians like Plato and Pythagoras had experiences in certain temples where they accessed another level of reality. These places were built with a purpose. They are astronomical markers because the stone circles do align with stars and constellations, but also there is a history of healing at these sites as well. However, the one thing that ties all of the theories about these sites together is the ability for people to go in and journey, and use the elements at the places to help them release their soul from their body and disengage from the material world for a certain amount of time (sometimes as long as 3 days). People like Isaac Newton or Leonardo Da Vinci, who both belonged to secret societies, went on similar journeys. He says that they had accessed certain areas of their brain, certain levels of consciousness, in order to put themselves into a situation where they could receive information from a bigger library of information.

 

How do the Sacred Sites affect us in the present day?

The boundary between belief and science fiction is slowly disappearing as we learn more about the Sacred Sites and their possible links to the higher levels of consciousness, to aid us in our awakening as a whole planet. We do not have all the answers yet, but people are going to sacred sites (Freddy suggests there is a 5,000% increase in people attending sacred sites) because we are awakening to the realization that there is something missing in our understanding of the world we live in. Why can we not replicate the same sacred sites that were made thousands of years ago? How can we dismiss nearly 100 known eyewitness testimonies of the formation of crop circles? Why is there so little knowledge and understanding of sacred sites, and why is the scientific evidence dismissed so readily? There is undoubtedly a misunderstanding of how the world really works, and the way to bridge this gap is not necessarily a stepping stone of finite proportions, but could be more like a giant leap – A paradigm shift.

 

 

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