Twin Sisters Rock Vortex Washington

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

Twin Sisters Vortex

Twin Sisters is a basalt pillar that inspired the mythology of the Wallula Gap near the Columbia River just upstream of Port Kelley, Washington. According to the Cayuse Indian tribe, who lived on the Columbia Plateau, the following legend recounts the origin of the rocks.

“Coyote, the Trickster spirit hero of many native stories, fell in love with three sisters who were building a salmon trap on the river near here. Each night Coyote would destroy their trap, and each day the girls would rebuild it. One morning Coyote saw the girls crying and found out that they were starving because they had not been able to catch any fish in their trap. Coyote promised them a working fish trap if they would become his wives. They agreed, and Coyote kept his promise; however, over the years he became jealous of them. He changed two of the wives into these basalt pillars and turned the third into a cave downstream. He became a rock nearby so he could watch over them forever.” Source: Wikipedia

Recommended on 04/19/16 – I’ve been there when the sky is completely overcast except for a circle of blue opening just above the columns. This is a sacred Native American site. High energy area. Most visitors feel rejuvenated when there.

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Twin Sisters Rock
Twin Sisters, Washington

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Posted: April 19, 2016


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