The reality of gravity and its vortexes – part 2

 From not being aware of energy vortexes at all, I now find out that they are everywhere and easily detected with basic dowsing skills. I cannot wait to learn these skills!

As mentioned last time Chris Harris sent me an interesting outlook on the subject.

“I think a particularly interesting manifestation of Earth energies can be seen in “Fairy Rings” . I’m sure you will be familiar with these circular patterns seen in the grass of urban Parks or even in the open countryside. The official explanation of these rings are that they are a fungus – but looking closely at them you will not see any evidence of any such blight. The grass seem to grow at a different rate around the circumference of the ring. The rate is an accelerated or slower rate than the rest of surrounding grasses. Also mushrooms around the edge of the circle seem to grow uncannily well. The circles vary from just a few inches to many metres across and are found all over the world. I think that the gravity field that extends out from the centre of the Earths mass (Generally uniform) – does have vortices in it coinciding with variations in the mass of strata below the earth. And so to view an open field is like looking a the surface of a lake upon which the gravity vortices/ whirlpools can be seen via circles in the grass . Gravity whirlpools give rise to fractionally faster and slower rates of time flow leading to a visual difference seen in the age of growth of grass around the ring. I think ancient peoples knee of this effect and erected shrines (like Stonehenge) – over the rings to amplify the effect. I might add that whilst I am not an expert dowser – All the rings I test with my rods so show a marked deflection when used over the rings. My local urban park is full of such features and I’ve been planning to map them over the seasons and years to see if they shift at all but as yet have not found the time.”

Thanks Chris. These seem to be the relatively small ones. The next question to be looked at is, what about the bigger ones, like the ones at Sedona  USA, for instance?

I have come across theories that hold that there are a number of massive vortexes around the world, that are nothing to do with magnetic or gravitational differences. Some anti-gravity. They may be  instead a factor of a crystalline formation of the Earth, and may even be linked into energy flows in the greater cosmos.

Also, on his diagram above  Chris marks ley lines. These are lines of energy that crisscross our landscape.What is their place in the big picture? How have people through the ages used these energies? More research needed.

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