Back in 2006 my brother and I visited our friend in Hungary, and our friend who is very spiritual and a sensitive, suggested that we go to Dobogokő
mountain(translation: Pulsating/beating stone), which is outside of Budapest. (Dobogokő is also known as Earth’s heart chakra, and is a place of
pilgrimage.) Our friend told us it was famous for being a very spiritual and peaceful place with lots of positive energy and ley lines running right
The mountain of Dobogókő, along the Danube, is not only the oldest ski resort in Hungary, it's also "the heart chakra of the world" according to
no-less-a-source than the Dalai Lama, who visited the site in person.
I couldn't resist. She also said that monks and very spiritual people like going there to meditate, and "recharge".
It was a warm summer morning , there were not too many people, as a matter of fact, while we were hiking there for about 4 hours , we never once came
across other hikers, but we could hear them in the distance, at least we thought they were hikers.
We did have the constant feeling of being watched, and yet we didn't feel threatened, in the middle of nowhere, but rather peaceful, and really full
of energy! I was using my Olympus digital camera to take pictures.
When we decided to go home, my friend told me to pick up a stone , to take home, so I can always have the positive energy of this mountain, which is
exactly what I did. I still have that stone. And I like to hold it while I meditate, because it gives off good vibrations.
When I got home and put the photos from my camera onto my laptop, these orbs were on them. Now I took many pictures, because of the constant feeling
of being watched, about 15 of them, and only found orbs on 8 of them, and I chose these ones to show, because they are very clear.
I copied each photo with an orb and did nothing else but zoom them up, crop them so they fit here nicely, and put a red circle around the orbs.
Also could someone please tell me what this is? We weren’t sure. (I thought it was for cooking outside, but I don't know for sure.)
Here are 2 photos of trees with pictures of saints on them. We saw a lot of trees like these everywhere we went.
All in all it was a wonderful hiking trip that we will never forget. I wish I could go back there once more, but at least I will always have these
photos , the stone , and the lovely memories.
edit on 27/12/2013 by Rainbowresidue because: spelling