Chimney Rock Vortex

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Vortex type: Energy, Spiritual

Note: The marker on the Google map is NOT the exact location of the vortex.

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Chimney Rock National Monument is a 4,726-acre (1,913 ha) U.S. National Monument in San Juan National Forest in southwestern Colorado which includes an archaeological site. This area is located in Archuleta County, Colorado between Durango and Pagosa Springs –wikipedia

Registered by Dejuana 11.17.13

Basically, I am trying to figure out how to measure the area that I recently moved to in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. We have the deepest geothermal hot mineral springs in the entire world located here. There is an amazing, peaceful energy that is similar to other vortex sites that I have been to, like Sedona and in Glastonbury England. I believe we have many vortex sites here including Chimney Rock, (may be a portal) which is an ancient lunar standstill built by the Pueblo Indians. So I want to figure out how to measure the energy in order to locate exact sites. No one seems to be mentioning this area as a vortex site, yet the residents and people drawn here will tell you that it has a special energy that you can easily feel. We are also in an area that is sparsely populated. I know this area is special and I want to figure out why. By the way, we are in the same region as Mesa Verde but further East.

Chimney Rock Vortex Links and Articles

Chimney Rock National Monument

USDA Forest Service site

Colorado’s ‘Deeply Spiritual’ Chimney Rock To Be A National Monument (NPR Radio)

Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (Facebook)

President Obama honored Chimney Rock

Chimney Rock

Photo of Chimney Rock Colorado from Wikipedia

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Posted: July 28, 2015


Category: Colorado


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