Burlington Wisconsin is a Ghost Hunter  Orb Photographer and Ancient Mysteries Researcher's Dream . It is lies on a
'Rainbow Vortex' and Home of the Ancient Mound Builders. Just like in the movie 'Poltegeist', they built the town and never
moved the bodies. As far as we can determinine the downtown area of Burlington Wisconsin was built over 27 Ancient
Burial Mounds. Newspapers have reported the findings of human bones while excaving to lay the foundations for several
buildings in the downtown area. Human bones were also found on the old fair grounds where the Burlington Blanket Co,
later called the Burlington Mills was built, near Tower Hill on Storle Ave on the northeast side of the Fox River. Not only are
there continuous reports of ghostly phenomenon and portals or gateways to dimensional worlds but there is an ancient
tunnel system running under the surface of the town where strange creatures similar to the Bray Road Beast make their
home. Most of the entrances to these tunnels have been sealed off but there are other entrances yet to be discovered.

Unknown to most, except Mormans or Latter Day Saints, this quiet
little town of Burlington, Wisconsin is not what it seems.
While most see Burlington as Chocolate City, USA, home of Nestle's Chocolate, other's know the hidden secrets that lie
within the 'veiled' name, Voree. The congregations of the Morman Church speak of Voree as the 'promised land' or 'The
New Jerusalem'.  Here we find the great legend of the Mormon 'Brass Plates' which Prophet James J. Stang purportedly
discovered buried in a hillside beneath the roots of a giant oak tree off what is now called Mormon Road .

Taking a walking tour of Burlington, notice  the symbols displayed in the architecture of it's buildings...old and new alike.
This sleepy little town is alive in the Occult (hidden knowledge). The founding fathers were quite aware of the meanings
behind the symbols and through time the magical practices have been carried on, knowingly or unknowingly, through
symbology (practice of magic through symbols)
Burlington's symbolic heritage through Mormonism is quite obvious to one that studies such ancient knowledge. Even the
Mormon name hints at the  occult. Mormo is the King of the Ghouls or the living dead.

Burlington's White River is known as the River of the Dead . A unique teaching of Mormonism is the practice of baptizing on
behalf of the dead. Proxy baptisms for the dead took place in  which living Mormons temporarily assume the names of dead
people to perform baptisms on their behalf. You can locate this area by standing at the Bridge in Burlington and looking to
the South. This River and the Fox River are the two rivers flowing through Burlington. It  was ideal to use in travel because
the Fox River's currents flowed into town and the White River's currents flowed our of town, north.

The Burlington Cemeteries are also known as the most haunted cemeteries in the state. Walking by the Burlington Public
Cemetery one gets a horrible feeling of being watched and followed.  There is also a small cemetery on Browns Lake Road
that lies on an ancient burial mound. People have reported being chased out of there by some mysterious entity. For
photographs of ectoplasm and orbs the smaller cemetery simply known as Potters Field is the place to go!

541 N. Pine Street    Burlington WI   53105    262-767-2864   bsutherland@wi.rr.com
One of the Most Haunted Places in the WORLD!  if you want to photograph orbs or experience the strange and paranormal
this is THE PLACE to come.  Stop at our Paranormal Center when you are in the area.
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Burlington and Some of the Photos we have taken of orbs, cemeteries and ancient burial mounds.

Brown Lake in Burlington Wi has another name by the Indians that at one time lived around its waters. It was the 'Lake of
the Shining Arrows'  Could that mean that UFOs were commonly seen shooting over - in and out of this Lake.  Well  I did
find something on this -
The Paiute Indians of California do talk about a race that lived here before the Native American.
They called them the 'Hav-
musuvs- ' Who flew in silvery sky canoes and carried a 'small tube taht could be held in one hand and would stun their
enimies, producing lasting paralysis and a feeling similar to a show of cactus needles.' Are they perhaps talking about
some sort of 'stun gun' .

Wisconsin Triangle  I'm not sure why, but it might have something to do with Wisconsin's diverse geology. The glacier's
never made it down that far. Only enough to deposit the topsoil from the north,  The American Indians called it a healing land

45 miles west of Milwaukee, over 800 years ago, a walled pyramid city flourished , appearing to have succumbed to the
black side of Cthulhu as their citizens dissolved into human sacrifice and cannibalism, culminating in the destruction of
their great ceremonial center around 1325AD
Click here to see photos taken of Atzalan

Excerpt From Burlington Mound Builders by Mary Sutherland Copyright@2004

Bong Park is extremely high in paranormal activity, as is most areas where you find underground tunnel systems and
ancient mound works.  Spectral lights are witnessed in the woods northeast of the dog trail area. Many have witnessed
UFO sightings in this area. There is also cultist activity here in the northeastern section of the park . This would be in the â
€˜no vehicle zone’ off of existing trails in the wooded area off of old Hwy 75.  This is the second most dangerous part of
Bong Park.
The most dangerous section is the fully intact but sealed underground tunnels. We have heard many stories of paranormal
activity here such as manifestations of spirits, strange mists, unidentifiable noises and strange lights. Access to the
system is strictly forbidden by Federal Laws.  I am now working with a client that may have experienced multiple abductions
from this area.  Our investigation of this area is still ongoing.
Take the  blue trail from the beach and head to the S.E. side of the lake, by the big oaks and the huge gully. Talk about a
powerful place, Same with Vista picnic look-out area!
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Deer Park .
At the polar opposite of Aztalan is the modern Buddhist monastery of Deep Park, just south of Mdison. The center is home
and school to monks from Tibet, who were forced to leave their homeland after the Chinese invation of 1959. His Holiness,
the 14th Dalai Lama, sanctions this Wisconsin Holy Place. In the last 26 years, the monastery has built an authentic
Tibetan temple  with a library containing an extensive collection of Buddhist literature.

Wisconsin's Man Mound. One of the more than 10,000 prehistoric earth scultures that adored the Midwest before being
destroyed  in the 1800 and 1900's.  . Originally 80 feet long from crown totoe, 3 feet high and 12 feet broad at the shoulder. It
is supposed to be a representation of a faceless man wearing a horned helmet and artistically molded into the northern
slope of a hill overlooking a prairie.  The Sauk Indians have a legend telling of the Ancient Atlantis and how their ancestors
survived the sinking nd relocated to the Americas.
The Baraboo Man Mound is very similar to the Giant in Britian and one can see that these were meant to be seen from the
LaValle also had a Man Mound which was detroyed by an irrigation project.

Brooklyn , Wisconsin
3 vortices that exist on one piece of property located in Brooklyn  , Wisconsin.

According to local legend, these portals were opened by Native Americans, back when they still occupied the land there.
There is a positive vortex, a mirror vortex, and a negative vortex. This set-up exists to maintain a natural balance so that
none of the portals becomes out-of-hand.

Supposedly, the shamans used these portals to communicate with the spirit world, and would actually enter the positive
one to meditate.

It has been claimed  these portalscan been seen  very clearly.

Looking for Vortex.  Quartz crystals are built on tetrahedral geometry, which makes it real easy for electrons to line up nicely
and just zip on through without bouncing around. As excellent conductors of electricity, they are found in granite rock that
forms ley lines that come together as places of power.  Stone circles and medicine wheels are built over these hotbeds of
magnified electromagnetic energy, and portals are opened around them..

Belleville, Wisconsin .
This vortex is where the Belleville UFO entered. Every year, Belleville has UFO Daze.
Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 23-26 — Wisconsin Book Festival; UFO Days (Belleville)

Bristol Wisconsin
Bristol Poltergeist
- About 10 years ago, Craig Hartung and his father bought the Whispering Oaks Restaurant in Bristol. Craig thought nothing
of extraordinary visitations until odd things began happening during renovations before the restaurant opened.
One fo the first was when he asked friends to help him remodel. A number of them arrived in their cars one night just after
they bought the place. One friend jumped out, took one look at the bulding and said , "It's haunted. I'm not going in there!"
He was right. Craig and his staff had experienced a number of 'odd occurrences' over a period of years. One of the most
consistent is from children who come with their parents to eat at the restaurant. A goodly number have asked if they can
play with the child 'over there'. When parents look at the place their off-springs points at, they see nothing.
A long time emplyee tells of walking through the kitchen early one morning, taking a final look see to make sure everythign
was set for breakfast. He felt a sharp tug on the back of his shirt, hard a childs voice ask, "Will you play with me?" He
whirled, looking down. There was no one there. Another employee was almost struck in the head by a metal bucket which
suddenly flew off a shelf near where the stereo system for the restaurant sits. And of course, tools disappear, or end up in
odd places. Recently the staff heard a crash in the kitchen , and found the special washing bag, heavy with flatware they just
run through the dishwasher, on the floor. It was several feet away from the shelf, where they originally set it. It appears that
this apparition doesn't like being ignored.
Craig said that he shrugged off most of these odd happenings until one morning when something truly incredible
Several of the staff were sitting together at one of the restaurants tables talking before plunging into hectic preparations for
lunch. They heard strange noises in the kitchen, several metal 'tings' as if a pan connected with a hard surface. Rushing in.
they found every saute' pan in the place taken from hooks and spread out in a perfect fan shape across the floor.
Another peculiar incident happened with the wine. "In all the years we've owned this restaurant, we've never, never, ever had
trouble with the wine." the owner claims. He was walking through that area of the restaurant's storage section when three
bottles popped their corks one after another.  The last cork nearly hit him in the shoulder, a distance of sever or eight feet
from the bottle. Okay, one bottle might go because of changing atmosphere conditions but two is unusual. Then to have a
third cork fly that distance from a non-sparking vintage...well. Craig was amazed.
The bar area has small pyramids of shot glasses stacked three high, then those are stacked together to form a large
pyramid. The area of this display is four or five feet above the hard floor. Craig and several employees heard the musical
ring of glass; they followed the sound into the bar. There they found a single shot glass taken from the middle of the
pyramid where it could not have fallen on its own, placed precisely in the middle of the only beam of sunlight coming
through the window everyone entering the bar would notice.
Story provided by Janet Deaver/Pack. Reprinted from Spirit of Geneva Lakes

Location. Near East Troy, Wisconsin
Date: Fall 1991
Time: night
A motorist saw a large hairy coyote-ape like creature standing on all fours on the side of the road; the hairy figure stared at
the witness then trotted off into the cornfield and out of sight.
HC addition # 601
Source: Linda S Godfrey, Strange Magazine #11

Shullsburg, Wisconsin  Gravity Hill:
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Gravity Hill defies the law of gravity. . Stories have it that if you stop your car on this hill, instead of it rolling down the hill, it
actually starts rolling up the hill. Brad and I decided to go check this mystery out for ourselves. Well sure enough, we got
there, stopped the car on the hill, put it in neutral, and guess what....it started rolling up the hill! I told Brad to hit the brakes, I
had to get out . I got out and walked the upgrade of the road to make sure the car was actually sitting on a downhill grade. It
sure looked like it to me. Next I closed my eyes and walked the road..It felt like I was walking down hill and when I turned to
go back to the car, it felt like I was walking uphill. Next I jumped back into the car and Brad got out and did the same thing.
All we can tell you is if it 'looks' like it and 'feels' like it...then by what we seen, Shullsburg has a mystery that defies gravity.
Brad did bring up an interesting point and that is it 'could' be an optical illusion of some sort and he may be right. But
whatever caused our car to roll up a hill instead of down a hill sure gave us a lot of fun as we played around there for over
an hour .  If you are ever in the Shullsburg area, stop in at one of the local stores or gas station and ask them for directions
to what is known as 'Gravity Hill'. It is not far out of town and is worth the trip and don't forget your camcorder!  
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more information and a map

Janesville, Wisconsin
Power Points, Home of the Sacred White Buffalo of Lakota Sioux Prophecy

Aztalan Wisconsin
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is believed to the site of an ancient city where citizens from Atlantis mined copper and shipped it to Europe.The mystery
came to light in 1835 when pioneers settled the south-central part of the state. There they discovered the remains of three
flat-topped pyramidal mounds and many smaller artifacts scattered throughout the surrounding area. Initially, settlers
referred to the three truncated earthen pyramids as the "Ancient City." Soon thereafter, however, Nathaniel F. Hyer, a judge
from Milwaukee with an interest in ancient matters, re-named the site "Aztalan" because of its resemblance to a place
described in an Aztec legend.

Since 1835, archaeologists have learned that the people of Aztalan may have been related to the inhabitants of Cahokia, a
similar but much larger settlement in southwest Illinois across the Mississippi River from St. Louis. . Further research has
revealed that at one time Aztalan covered 21 acres and had a population of approximately 500Rock Lake, Wisconsin is
reported to have an  ancient pyramid  submerged  in its waters.
Sauk Native Americans speak in their legends of a sacred site close by a lake. The Sauk did not construct the site and
related structures - this was done by ancient peoples who were driven away when the lake flooded. Stories have continued
to the present concerning Rock Lake "pyramids" and other underwater foundations.
The "pyramid" legends were revived during the mid 1930s when a combination of low water and clear, dry summers
allowed viewing of a number of subsurface geometric forms including pyramids, cones, walls, and trenches. One individual
Max Knoll, using his own invention - a form of SCUBA dive gear - dove the lake and viewed many of these structures. Still,
those who supported the theory of man-made underwater structures were ridiculed and little was proved either way.
Interest in the structures was renewed when observations of SCUBA divers were published in the 1960s. A major effort
commenced in the 1980s with a complete side scan sonar study of the lake floor showing a number of unusual-shaped
structures along a submerged beach.
Side-scan sonar reading, indicating several artificial structures beneath the surface of Rock Lake.
Unusually clean water conditions in 1991-92 allowed two of the sites to be photographed in sufficient detail to prove their
existence as man-made structures. Sufficient evidence does not exist to date the structures or to identify their builders. One
possibility is that they are associated with prehistoric copper trade cultures which would coincide with the Post Algoma low
lake levels of 3,000 years ago. Future research will hopefully tell us more about these ancient visitors and their
contributions to Wisconsin heritage.

Deltox Marsh : Abominable Snowman Sightings. Click Here for the rest of the story

Burlington, Wisconsin . Secret City of Vohee , River of the Dead, Vortex and a town veiled in magic
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- Nashotah
- Nashotah House & Seminary - The grounds of this Episcopal seminary have been inhabited since the 1500s,
and have been inhabited by a ghost since the mid-1700s. When an acolyte to the Episcopal priesthood attended this
seminary, his wife had an affair with the Dean. To accommodate this affair, the woman hanged her husband; it was ruled a
suicide, however. Since committing suicide is a mortal sin, the acolyte was buried in a cornfield rather than the cemetery.
On her deathbed, the cheating wife confessed to her crime. The seminary wished to rightfully bury the body, so they
exhumed the casket only to find that it was empty. It is said that the acolyte still haunts the grounds trying to get justice.

The Hunt Club Restaurant and Legends Tavern
- On the edge of what is now Geneva National on the southwestern golf course sits a lovely three story structure that in
1990 was transformed into an elegant restaurant and tavern.
Originally built in 1915, the three story house was first a private residence , then was turned into a sanitarium for
tuberculosis patients from a large Chicago business. At most , twelve managers and supervisors were here at one time,
looked afgter by a medical staff and a friendly dog.
Legend says that after one patient's death, the inconsolable dog howled by his bedside all night.
After a number of years, the sanitarium closed. The house became a rental property. According to a former employee of the
Hunt Club, former renters often related tales about odd footsteps sounding acorss floorboards of upper stories when all
inhabitants were on the ground. There were also reports of windows and doors slamming open and shut despite being
locked. The owner didn't keep up repairs , and the place was finally abandoned as unlivable.
Geneva National bought the run down house in 1990 . It required extensive renovation. Work on the building was finished in
late summer of the next year, and the impressive Grand Opening scheduled for Halloween. A gala party was planned.
Guest arrived at the restaurant and tavern between two huge bunches of field corn stalks anchored securely with wire on
both sides of the front door.
Later that night, the guests heard a wham! from the entrance. Employees rushed to investigate and found one of the corn
decorations fallen across the porch. Later that same night, all the exterior lights suddenly extinguished.
People who work at the Hunt Club and Legends Tavern have gotten used to the place's unusual occurrences. SOme
electrical switches don't work when toggled; later those same lights glow readily when switched on. Some even have a
tendency to flick on without assistance. A manager who had locked an emergency door to the upper story decided to follow
her compulsion and recheck it later. She discovered it open, despite the fact she was the only human on the premises.
Some employees have heard ghostly footsteps in hallways above and doors and windows creek open and closed without
assistance from human hands.
Consulted about the phenomena, a local psychic claimed she saw an 11 year old girl who continuously paces up and
down the stairway. Another claims the hauntings are a German nurse who used to work at the sanitarium. She's now
looking after her patients, very concerned about giving them plenty of fresh air and sunshine.  And the dog makes its
mounful presence known every once in awhile with hollow howls.
Story provided by Janet Deaver/Pack ; Spirit of Geneva Lakes

East Troy
- Cobblestone Bar - The cobblestone was originally built to be a hotel.  It was constructed in the early 1800's and at one
time president Lincoln even stayed there. One day the owners just up and disappeared and were never heard from again.  
It is said that they still haunt the bar and there have been numerous sightings in all areas of the establishment.  
Photos in our Yahoo Photo Album of Cobblestone Bar and Orbs caught on film.

Elkhorn -
Peck station rd. - Reports of a train whistle sounding off when there is no train.

Elkmound -
The Over Look Tower- noises such as screaming, howling, and very loud laughing have been heard people have been
knowing to get very ill to there stomachs after been there it is a believed that someone died near buy there and haunts it.
People used to be able to just go up there a mess around until the death occurred one month in the 1980's they decided to
blocked it off due to the things that where happening and you can only go up there at certain times now you can see lights
from the road.

Green Lake -
Dartford Cemetery - The Dartford Cemetery is an old cemetery located in town. Residents live all around it. It has been
haunted for many years. The main activities are dark figures such as shadows, and figures. Noises can also be heard.
Most often figures seen are of civil war era soldiers, an Indian chief that once ruled and lived in the Ripon/Green Lake/
Princeton area (he apparently died while drunk when he was bet he could not swim across the fox river. He didn't make it
and drowned.) The other main figure is members of a family. The children died of a disease,possibly polio They have a
large stone building for their graves which holds plots for all the family members. At times, a person may sit on the roof and
get pushed off. Orbs can also be seen, and feelings of being followed and watched.

Lake Geneva -
St. Killians - St. Killians is a graveyard/church. The church was burnt down 10-20 years ago because of a priest haunting it.
It is off of Townline Rd. There have been many ghost sightings there including odd noises, shadows, footsteps following
you, a bell ringing, and other various noises.

rt Hill Center. The old school janitors have reported hearing voices and slamming doors as well as lights turning on and off.

Oostburg - Veterans Park - It is said that a drifter through town drowned in the creek that runs through the park. There have
been reports of a man who walks the banks of the creek on certain nights, and when approached, he seems to walk into
the creek and disappear. Strange noises also occur in sewer pipes which are on the park's north side.

Time: night
A man walking along the Milwaukee River south of East Capitol Drive, heard a noise, turned around, and saw two large
heads with huge yellow cat eyes. They were in the water, in an instant they disappeared. Terrified he ran away from the
area. Around the same time a security guard was awakened around 0300A when someone shook his trailer real hard. He
went outside and thought he saw something go into the river. Police could not find anything.
HC addendum
Source: UFO2 Wisconsin

Rice Lake, Cumberland County.
Due to the tremendous amount of sightings in this area, Margo Bartley and kristi Rogers will be going up there to spend the
weekend with all the right equipment to document any BIG FOOT Sightings as well as EVPs and Orbs.  Good Luck Girls!
We will keep you posted with photos taken and a story of their adventure.
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Known as sacred waters, the native americans and peoples before them , used these waters for healing their sick.

Before settlers arrived in the early 1800's the land surrounding the Fox River and Tichigan Lake was inhabited by a great
Native American woodland tribe, the Potawatomi.

There is some tangible evidence of the importance of the River and Laketo the Potawatomi. The "Maney Mounds" burial
sites and the original name of the Lake "Tish-ar-gan", meaning sacred burial grounds, speak to the reverence given to the
area and the life blood its waters provided.

Effigy mounds are found in serval locations in the area "Tischargan," meaning "home of the dead." The name was a
reference to the effigy mounds and burial grounds in the area. Tischargan later became known as Tichigan.

Prof. James Scherz claims to have discovered an ancient Indian calendar site in a marshy region near Wisconsin Rapids,
Wisconsin. Scherz was led to the site by aerial photographs taken during a wetlands mapping program. Strange "islands"
of higher land seen within the bog were found, upon terrestrial inspection, to be unusually steep, possibly artificial. Some
were round, some four-sided; others were shaped like a fish, a rabbit, and a snake. [Wisconsin has many similar "effigy
mounds" elsewhere.] Causeways connect some of these so-called islands.
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  Wisconsin Haunts

During the 1920s, a young boy
ventured up the attic of this house to
retrieve his missing pet. While there,
he became tangled in a rope and was
strangled to death.
Legend has it that his spirit returns to
the attic ever year on the date of his
death, September 18th.

Perry Township
At the Haugey Lage Church, lightening
has struck twice,  once killing a
woman. She now is claimed to haunt
the church and grounds. There have
been reports of distant screaming and
many other strange noises. Others
say that a swing located on a tree
bearing the woman's name swings
when the wind is calm.

At a restaurant located on the corner of
Hwy 54 and Post River Road, a
haunting exists. When it was just a
home, a child was killed there. Now
when no one is in the building , lights
come on in the room that the child
died in. . Glasses are also said to
move around on their own on the bar
and sometimes shatter. Sounds like
some poltegeist activities
Wisconsin Rapids
One day, a young mother lost her two
sons near the railroad tracks off 72nd
St. After desperately attempting to
locate them, she became so
saddened that she laid her body on
the railroad tracks and waited to be
killed. A moment before the train
came, the boys jumped out the
bushes where they were hiding just in
time to witness their mother being
killed. The boys were later admitted to
a mental institution and can be now,
after their deaths, be seen  walking
along the tracks every July .


Go to a place that has always brought
you meaning, or one to which you
respond emotionally, perferably when
not many people are around to distract
your awareness.
The best time to experience a vortex is
at dusk or dawn. The seperation
between worlds is blurred at these
transition times, or when it's foggy
(when the waters meets the land)...or
on solstices and equinoxes (when the
seasons meet). This is a time of great
After you have found a likely spot, allow
your mind to become quiet in order to
absorb the surrounding energy. Quiet
your mind by listening to the wind or
the wild life around you ..or watch the
tree branches touch the sky.
Empty your mind by putting  aside your
thoughts of work and problems in life.
By clearing your mind answers will
come to you on things that may have
troubled you.
Imagine that you extend into the
ground and beyond your head, that you
blend into the Universe. Now Feel.
If there is a vortex there, you will feel
the earth energy rise into your from
below opening your mind. You will
experience sensations ie. sadness,
peace , wonderment, etc.  The
awareness of your surrounding will
heighten . Colors will become more
vibrant, objects more detailed. ie the
sky more blue or you will notice the
delicateness of the flower or its
beauty. You will feel the earth energy
rise into you from below opening your
If you find a masculine vortex, words,
sentences, thoughts and ideas might
rise in you. If the essence of the vortex
is feminine, you may experience a
feeling of being open, yielding and
And if both male and female energies
surround you you might become
infused with a sense of wholeness.
Vortexs can be found anywhere ..even
in your own backyard or home.
Sometimes you don't even need to go
out looking for your vortex, it will jump
out at you without any preconceptions
on your part.
You will be minding your business,
with vortexs the fartherest thing from
your mind, when suddenly you will be
infused with emotions or thoughts that
are coming at you from everywhere.
Trees are very high energy. The
Ancients believed that forests of oak
held great power and magic. They can
even influence the people that live
around them.
If you have questions go to an oak
tree. Site with your back to it and your
eyes closed. Trees are wise and have
much to tell. Their tops reach to the
sky and their roots ground them to
mother earth.
A beautiful flow of energy comes from
these magestic spirits.

At the foci of energy Earth, as it forms
'in explicate reality (our world as we
sense it), reveals the presence of
these foci, or vortices, by -nations of
geologic significance: These
formations are volcanoes, high
mountains, hot springs, mineral
deposits, ends of sand spits near the
ocean, sea mounts, forks of rivers,
river mouths, large falls, deep gorges,
rock outcroppings, and possibly
others. Some dams are located on
vortices, and often mineral deposits,
especially gold, denote a vortex.
Many ley lines follow the great faults
and waterways on the surface of our

Once you have cleansed and area for
your vortex,  declare out loud your
intent to open a vortex in that location.
State what the vortex will be used for
and how it will be maintained. You
may call upon guides, masters,
angels, and teachers to help you, and
then you start to work with your
imaginative abilities. Imagine that you
and those you have called to help you
are standing in a circle around a
swirling pool. The pool is made of light
and is pouring in from above. Imagine
that the pool swirls faster and expands
to a larger size. Fill it with color and
sound and see it grow even larger and
more beautiful. Next see an opening
appear in the earth. It is a connection
to the planetary light grids. Imagine the
smallest or lowest point of the vortex
energy moving into the opening and
connecting with the light grid. Once
connected allow the vortex to feed light
into the grids. Again state your intent
for this vortex, "We create this vortex
for/to - " Now imagine that the vortex is
sinking into the earth leaving part
below and part above, and then
imagine that you are adjusting the
width of the vortex to fit into the space
you are planning for it to occupy. Once
you feel satisfied that the vortex is in
place and is set the way you desire for
it to be, state that this vortex be used
only for the highest good of all and that
its energy bring harm to no one. At this
time your work is complete. You may
thank those you called in to help and
dismiss them.

Maintain your vortex by swirling the
energy, expanding it, feeding it light,
color and sound on a regular basis.
Activate and call in the energy of your
vortex crystals when you do this work.
If you move to another location, it is
important to do something with this
vortex that you have created. You can
use the same process you used to
open the vortex to close it. By reversing
the whole thing you can withdraw the
vortex from the planetary light grids
and close the opening you once
created. Then you can recreate the
vortex in a new location. If, for some
reason, you choose to leave or must
leave a vortex in place you should
create a ceremony to set it as a
self-maintained and non-invasive
energy point for feeding light into the

Always keep in mind, when you are
working with any energy, that your
actions have consequences. Make
highest good your constant intent in
everything you do with your vortex and
you will find it a very useful tool in
healing, manifesting and for honoring
our beautiful planet.

Electromagnetic Field Study

A Precession Proton Magnetometer is
suggested to  measure natural
magnetic fields and induced artificial
magnetic fields.

Normal background magnetism is
usually between 54,800 gammas and
55,000 gammas.

1600s - Tribal warfare in the East
leads to the migration of many Native
American groups to Wisconsin.
Among these are the Sac, or Sauk, the
Fox, and the Potawatomi. The  
Menominee and Winnebago were
already established here at that time.
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