Third Eye, Clairvoyance, and Sacred Sites in Mexico (Part 2)

Perhaps the most intense experience I had while traveling in Mexico was in the ancient site of Yagul, in Oaxacan Valley. The site was inhabited by Zapotecs, thousands of years ago. There was something special about the mountains surrounding the site, and because it was tucked in and secluded, one could have a richer experience. It was a beautiful sunny day. After walking through this ancient site and trying to get the feel for it, I have sat down under a tree on a courtyard, which in the past has been surrounded by temples. I felt this courtyard had the highest spiritual significance back then, and its positioning in relation to other parts of the city helped strengthen the already manifested wonderment and awe. “Something profound was going on here”, I thought. Continue reading

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Ancient Site In My “Backyard”

An interesting event happened in July this year, and which I want to share with all of you. It happened that I went to explore some areas in my county as a part of my job. At one point of that day I had a scheduled meeting with a person that would show me a place where there is an inactive volcano. He was in charge of an organization that was taking care of it. After the volcano we drove to a town next to it, and he asked me if I want to see, what locals call, “an altar in a forest”. When he told me the name I remembered that I already saw a photo of it and brief description on a local website. Continue reading

Spirituality behind the Winter Solstice

Around the world, there are many sacred ancient sites aligned to some special times of the year – winter and summer solstices. Some of those sites are Stonehenge and Glastonbury in England, Chichen Itza in Mexico, Temple of Karnak in Egypt, Newgrange in Ireland, statues on the Eastern Island (Rapa Nui) and many other sites around the world. It’s interesting that the ancients saw a big significance in it and have had a special ceremonies and celebrations during the four times of the year – winter solstice, spring equinox, summer solstice and autumn equinox. Continue reading