Hi everyone, I just got back from my first visit to Sedona, AZ and unfortunately I return empty handed and disappointed.
Sedona is absolutely GORGEOUS as far as scenery goes, I've always known it has a reputation for such but still went in not really expecting much in
that department as people have a tendency to greatly exaggerate things.Well low expectations really paid off today because the spectacular beauty of
that place really blew me away. I couldn't of picked a better day (well maybe a warmer one) to go, the sky was the most vibrant shade of blue I've
ever seen in my life and crystal clear to boot. It was like going to a tropical island somewhere and seeing REALLY blue ocean for the first time, just
amazingly beautiful I can't say it enough.
But what I really came to Sedona for, was the high strangeness, and that is where it left me severely underwhelmed
I've read a million stories
about tangible vortexes of energy, whether they be electromagnetic, paranormal, or an unknown force of nature who knows, but they are supposed to be
there whatever they are. I've also read several stories of incredibly weird encounters with unknown creatures and sentient beings. Beings that have
the most interesting and off the wall descriptions I've ever read concerning that kind of stuff. TheRednecks thread on the fish alien that came into
his bedroom was pretty close though
I've read stories of near constant UFO activity, weird vibes, disappearing birds, tingling limbs, fireballs in
the sky and all sorts of other stuff. I spent all day there climbing Bell and Catherdral rock and roaming through Red Rock Park, two of which are
supposedly famous energy vortex hotspots. I experienced NOTHING and I tried EVERYTHING. I crossed my legs and made weird hand signs, stood on huge
glittering slabs of rocks trying to mentally ground myself, stared at the sky forever, made my own paths through the trees trying to get lost, I even
brought my 100% native American girlfriend with me!! I mean out of anyone that should experience something mind blowing in the very heart of natural
earth energy vortex headquarters, it should be her right? Nothing, she felt nothing.
I just don't understand. So I've decided that I must of went to the wrong spots. I admit they were all very touristy. The problem I'm having is that
while reading all these very interesting experience reports, is that the majority of them are not very specific about where the experience happened.
So I started this thread in hopes that all my truth seeking ATS brothers and sisters can help me out with this. I did a quick search of ATS before I
left to see if I could pick up on any areas of interest but didn't find much, but in my experience I really suck at ATS searching so maybe I missed
So please everyone, tell me your Sedona stories! Whether you've told them on ATS before, and whether you had something interesting happen to you or
not! And PLEASE BE SPECIFIC
, if possible and if you can remember, at where your experience happened! I would really like to go explore the
places the people most familiar with the area go to when they want to experience the high strangeness and especially the places where it has already
happened. My post probably sounds somewhat sarcastic but please believe me I am sincerely interested in what you all have seen and heard about the
place. I very truly would like to experience something unforgettable, for validation of all the things I very much hope are really out there in the
I also love reading about others validations
In closing...a view from Bell Rock
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