Vortex Type: Energy
Note: The marker on the Google map is NOT the exact location of the vortex.
Fort Mountain State Park is a 3,712 acre (15.02 km²) Georgia state park located between Chatsworth and Ellijay on Fort Mountain. The state park was founded in 1938 and is named for an ancient 885 foot (269.48 m) long rock wall located on the peak.
The zigzagging wall contains pits scattered along the wall, in addition to a ruin of a gateway. The wall was constructed out of local stones from the surrounding regions around the summit. A 1956 archaeological report concluded only that the structure “represents a prehistoric aboriginal construction whose precise age and nature cannot yet be safely hazarded until the whole problem, of which this is a representative, has been more fully investigated,” while a modern online tourist website states that the wall was built by local Native Americans around 500 AD for religious purposes.
There are several legends concerning the wall. One legend claims that the wall is a remnant of one of the several stone forts legendary Welsh explorer Madoc and his group built throughout the present day United States. The wall has also been related to the “moon-eyed people” of Cherokee lore. Other speculations of the wall’s origins and purposes have included a fortification for Hernando De Soto’s Conquistadors and a honeymoon haven for Cherokee newlyweds. Source: Wikipedia
This vortex was registered on 4.19.16 – While inside the park, visit the area around the old fort at the top. There are signs with a version of what this area was to the Native Americans. The description is so wrong in my opinion. There are several areas of rocks that are indentions in the ground that make a half moon shape when you look at where they are located. My experience here is that this is a place of different frequencies implanted in the rock indentions. Stand inside each one, and if you are sensitive to energies, they each have a different feel, look and sound to them. Very high vibrations are emitted here. Go in early spring or late fall as it is hot and you will take chiggers home with you. Welcome to the South!
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