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List of Sacred Power Sites in the United States....?

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posted on Feb, 3 2006 @ 04:21 PM
Tell me what you think about this list of sacred sites..I can comment on New Mexico and say that it is a very powerful place. There are amazing natural and paranormal phenomena happening in this area. Not to mention the numerous claims of UFP stuff. Here is a list that I got from a research site:
Mt. Taylor (Tsoodzil), New Mexico
Chaco Canyon Anasazi ruins, New Mexico
White Sands dunes, New Mexico
Chimayo church, New Mexico
Ute Mountain, near Questa, New Mexico
Blue Lake, New Mexico
Gobernador Nob, New Mexico
Shiprock, New Mexico
Mt. Huerfano, New Mexico
Truchas Peaks, New Mexico (Tewa sacred mountain known as Ku Sehn Pin)
Chicoma Mountain, New Mexico (Tewa sacred mountain known as Tsikomo)
Mt. Conjilon, New Mexico (Tewa sacred mountain known as Tse Shu Pin)
Sandia Crest (Tewa sacred mountain known as Oku Pin)
Mt. Capitan, New Mexico (Mescalero Apache sacred mountain)
Mt. San Augustin, New Mexico (Mescalero Apache sacred mountain)
Mt. Salinas, New Mexico (Mescalero Apache sacred mountain)
Hosta Butte (‘Ak’i Dah Nast’ani’) south of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
Bandelier Nat. Monument, N.Mexico; Stone Lion shrines of Yapashi & near village of Running Eagle Falls
Enchanted Rock, near Fredericksburg, Texas
Mt. Guadalupe, Texas (Mescalero Apache sacred mountain)
Hovenweep ruins, Utah
Mt. Zion, Utah
Pyramid Lake, Utah
Avikwa’ame (Spirit Mountain), Grapevine Canyon, Laughlin, Nevada (Yuman sacred place)
Mt. Shasta, California
Mt. Tamalpais, California
Mt. Diablo, California
San Jacinto, California
Mt. Lassen, California
Joshua Tree national monument, California
Mt. Cuchama (Tecate), California
Santa Cruz magnetic fields, California
Conception Point, near Santa Barbara, California (Chumash sacred site)
Soldier mountain, California (Simolaki Mountain, sacred to Ajumawi Indians)
San Bernadino Mountain (sacred place of the Diegueno Indians)
Giant Springs, Montana
Chief Mountain, Montana (Mt. Ninaistakis; sacred to Blackfeet Indians)
Sweetgrass Hills, Montana
Wizard Island, Crater Lake, Oregon
Mt. Hood, Oregon
Gold Beach magnetic fields, Oregon
Balancing Rocks, central Oregon
Bear Butte, South Dakota (Noaha-vose Cheyenne Sacred Mountain)
Harney Peak, South Dakota
Bad Lands, South Dakota
Puget Sound magnetic fields, Washington
Mt. Ranier (Tacoma), Washington
Mount Adams, Washington
Mount Baker, Washington
Devil’s Tower, Wyoming
Big Horn Medicine Wheel, near Lovell, Wyoming
Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas
Monks mound, Cahokia, near Collinsville, Illinois
Kincaid mounds, Illinois
Mounds State Park, Indiana
Angel mounds, Indiana
Great Circle mound, Indiana
Effigy mounds national monument, Marquette, Iowa
Bear mound, Iowa
Norton mounds, Michigan
Pipestone Quarry, Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota
Jeffers Petroglyph site, Jeffers, Minnesota
Serpent Mound, Ohio
Mound City, Ohio
Newark Earth Works, Ohio
Power Mound, Fort Ancient, Ohio
Our Lady of America Marian shrine, Fostoria, Ohio
Antelope and Buffalo springs, Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma
Spiro Mounds State Park, Oklahoma
Aztalan mound, Lake Mills, Wisconsin
Temple mounds, Wisconsin
Blue Mound State Park,, Wisconsin
Lizard Mound, Wisconsin
Devil’s Lake and effigies, central Wisconsin

Moundville, Alabama
Crystal River mounds, Florida
Lake Jackson mounds, near Tallahassee, Florida
Panther mound, Everglades, Florida
Mount Royal mounds, Florida
Madira Bickel mound, west central Florida
Stone Mountain, Georgia
Ocmulgee Park, Georgia
Etowah mounds, Cartersville, Georgia
Rock Eagle Effigy, Georgia
Wickliffe mounds, southwest Kentucky
Poverty Point mound, Epps, Louisiana
Watson Brake mound, near Monroe, Louisiana
Marksville mounds, near Monroe, Louisiana
Natchez mounds, Louisiana
Tchefuncte mounds, Louisiana
Our Lady of Prompt Succour Marian shrine, New Orleans
Emerald mound, Tupelo, Mississippi
Mt. Richland-Balsam, North Carolina
Pilot mountain, North Carolina
Town Creek Indian mound, North Carolina
Judaculla Rock, near Cullowhee, North Carolina
Saul’s Mound, Pinson Mounds, southwest Tennessee

Mt. Katahdin, Maine
Mt. Washington, New Hampshire
Mystery Hill, Salem, New Hampshire
America’s Stonehenge, New Hampshire
Tripod Rock on Pyramid Mountain, northern New Jersey
Mt. Marcy, New York
Balanced Rock, North Salem, New York
Shrine of Birthplace of Kateria Tekakwitha, Auriesville, New York
Shrine of Illumination of Kateria Tekakwitha, Fonda, New York
Ganondagan, New York (sacred to Iroquois)
Niagara Falls, New York
Calendar One, Vermont
Moundsville, West Virginia

Mt. McKinley (Denali), Alaska
Mt. St. Elias, Alaska
Sitka National Park, Tongass Island, Alaska

Haleakala volcano, Maui, Hawaii
Moku’ula, Maui, Hawaii
Iao Valley, Maui, Hawaii
Piilanihale Heiau temple, Maui, Hawaii
Mauna Kea volcano, Hawaii
Mo’ okini Luakini Heiau, Hawaii
Pu’ uhonua O Honaunau, Honauna Bay, Hawaii
Kaulu Paoa Heiau, Kauia Island, Hawaii
Mt. Kilauea, Hawaii (birthplace of Pele, goddess of volcanoes)
Pu’ukohola Heiau (Hill of the Whale) National Historic site, Hawaii
Umi Heiau, Hualalai Mountain, Hawaii
Ka Ule O Nanahoa fertility shrine, on hill overlooking Kalaupapa peninsula, Molokai

I know this list is somewhat long, but this is the entire list. I think some of this sites are power spots, so to speak. I am not sure about others.

If anyone out there lives in any of these areas, Let's have your feedback and input on it/

posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 12:29 AM
I'm not quite sure what you mean by "power sites". However, living within a 15 minute drive, I've visited Monks Mound at the Cahokia Mounds site in Illinois on numerous occasions. It's a long climb up to the top, and a great view of the St. Louis skyline. I have to say, other than my own awe at the historical nature of the place, I've never felt or noticed any increases in my perception of energy, nor have I noticed anything else out of the ordinary.

posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 03:17 AM
sacred sites are places believed to have higher connection rates to the unknown. like stonehenge and the Albury Park mounds.

posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 11:09 AM

Originally posted by spearhead
sacred sites are places believed to have higher connection rates to the unknown. like stonehenge and the Albury Park mounds.

He said power sites, and I wanted a more clear definition of what exactly he was looking for. A sacred site does not have to have connections to the unknown.
sa·cred ( P ) Pronunciation Key (skrd)
Dedicated to or set apart for the worship of a deity.
Worthy of religious veneration: the sacred teachings of the Buddha.
Made or declared holy: sacred bread and wine.
Dedicated or devoted exclusively to a single use, purpose, or person: sacred to the memory of her sister; a private office sacred to the President.
Worthy of respect; venerable.
Of or relating to religious objects, rites, or practices.

All the sites listed are sacred in one way or another to some people or another.

posted on Feb, 4 2006 @ 05:20 PM
Hello Friends:

What I think he means with "Sacred Places" may be as "Power
Plases". As I understand it to me is a place or places were the
people got to have a beter communications with God, to be in
communion with "the Gods", that is a "Sacred Place"
Here in Puerto Rico there is a "Power Place"/"Sacred Place" called "El Yunque" The Caribean National tropical Forest, in here "The Tainos"
Puerto rican indians, belived that their "Gods" lived in this place
a very high mountain. Even today strange things hapen here,people
get lost never to be seen again,U.F.O's sightings,Black ups troops,
Spirits,and even the "Chupacabrra" has been seen here.
I have been in "El Yunque" during the day and at night time and is a
place with lots of energy in the air.

posted on Feb, 6 2006 @ 01:54 PM
I live in Morris County, NJ, so I will definately check out Tripod Rock on Pyramid Mountain, once it gets a little warmer. It's only about 10 minutes away.

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posted on Feb, 7 2006 @ 12:27 PM
I can comment on Moundville AL. It's not a particularly powerful site, except in a historical sense. Alabama was densely populated by many native American tribes and there are many similar sites like Moundville throughout the state. Incidentally, Alabama has always had an unusually high level of paranormal and UFO activity.

posted on Feb, 7 2006 @ 02:07 PM
I live in Tuscaloosa and am only about 15 minutes from Moundville. I'll try and check it out and post a comment later on it.

posted on Aug, 26 2009 @ 04:50 PM
I live 15 minutes from Pilot Mountain NC. It is said the mountain is made up mostly of quartz and has a high ufo sighting(supposedly attracting them)
contact me if you wont more information at

posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 02:17 PM
I live here in Mescalero, NM, off main roads surrounded by forest, and old dirt roads, hills and mountains. I don't know much about the spiritual connection and happenings of the land but living here in these woods there's a lot of military activity in this area. Holloman, AFB isn't far, either is WSMR, so there's a lot of air traffic, sonic booms, chem trails, and missile testing about. V-22's fly low around here passing over my home and through over the forests. I've listened to some people tell me about strange aircraft they've seen hovering and moving slowly with lighting early morning or at night in random spots. I've came across a tested missile lying off a dirt road here also, and as I saw it I thought it was strange, the person I was with didn't seem to care much, and I never hear anyone mention about it, i'm sure people have passed this missile casing quite a bit like those who hunt or cut wood, or whatever, and then there's the conservation officers here on the reservation to that patrol the reservation lands here? Sometimes I wonder about the tribal government here, I wonder if they perhaps might have contracts that they can't mention to the public here?
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