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What do Stonehenge and Lake Louise have in Common

What do Stonehenge and Lake Louise have in Common?

For the past ten years, I have journeyed to Lake Louise in the beautiful Canadian Rockies with a few singing bowls and some hardy people to tone on Easter Sunday. This year is the sixth year.

Tens of thousands of people every year are drawn to this place by its beauty, purity and amazing uplifting energy. On Easter Sunday, this energy is particularly strong and our intention in toning is to allow the sound to amplify the energy for spiritual awakening that is available to people there.

Lake Louise, like Stonehenge, is one of the major vortex points or power spots on earth.

A vortex is a whirling mass of energy. This movement can cause a depression or vacuum in the centre. Some examples are a tornado, a hurricane or even water going down a drain. On the prairies, we have a phenomenon called a dust devil or dirt devil where the wind picks up soil and whirls it around like a mini tornado. We have all seen fall winds blow leaves around in a circle.

More subtle examples of vortices are chakras, whirling masses of energy that connect to the human body in seven major areas through the spine. There are also many examples of subtle vortex energy on the earth. Not all of us can see this kind of energy, but we can certainly feel it.

Other examples are the Great Pyramid of Egypt, Uluru in Australia and Mount Shasta in the northwestern U.S.

“Ancient people knew that wherever the earth’s energy gathered into a vortex was a sacred place. These strongly charged areas of the globe have also been the places where people have chosen to build churches, temples and other centres of spirit and learning. Places like Stonehenge, the Pyramids of Egypt, Easter Island, and so on are well known as vortex spots.” (Source: Energy Vortexes: Tuning into our Mother.

The following information is quoted from an article, Vortex Energy, at

“Additionally, high-energy vortex areas ( power spots ) are considered to be powerful energetic gateways or portals to multidimensional realities. Likewise, Native wisdom claims that these areas are where physical and nonphysical worlds interconnect and merge as one. Evidently, high energy zones have the ability to ‘attract’; well known temples and monuments are located at these sites.

Many readers may be surprised to discover that Alberta is a major high energy area, ranking as one of the "Top 50" Earth energy centers of the World. According to a ‘vortices listing’ from the Becker-Hagen Planetary Grid Map, central Alberta is a MAJOR energy zone, located northern 50-55 degree parallel. This grid map displays Earth’s energy system as a geometrical patterned shape, similar to a crystalline structure, with pathways that intersect and create major energy node points – strong energy places.

Some of the listed ‘top 50’ are: Central Alberta, Sedona, Stonehenge, Easter Island, Bermuda Triangle, and the Pyramids. These are special places – known as sacred, mysterious and magical Earth energy sites.

Some of Alberta’s high-energy highlights are:
Alberta is Medicine Wheel capital of the world; Ancient sacred grounds date back several thousands of years; Archeological Preservation of petroglyphs (rock carvings) and pictographs (rock paintings) – dating back more than 3,000 thousand years; Home of Canada’s largest Crop Circle formation; Unexplained phenomena; Irregular shaped plant life.

Compared to Sedona or Stonehenge, Alberta may seem like the youngest of the ‘Power Spot’ family bunch, and perhaps it is. One thing for certain, Alberta is now energetically awakening, growing and transforming on multiple energy levels.

Energetic Power Spots Of Alberta

  • ‘Vision Quest’ hike trail, west of Nordegg, Alberta
  • Writing-on-Stone petroglyph site, SE of Lethbridge, Alberta
  • Rumsey Medicine Wheel, SW of Rumsey, Alberta
  • Buffalo Lake, Alberta
  • Healing Waters of Lake Saint Anne, W of Edmonton, Alberta
  • Pictographs near Canmore, Alberta
  • Sacred Grounds, Kootenay Plains – central Alberta
  • Earth Wall Village, Cluny, Alberta
  • Carmanguay – Sundial Medicine wheel, Alberta
  • Lake Louise, Alberta
  • Medicine Lake, near Hidden Lake, southwest Alberta
  • Majorville Medicine Wheel, south Alberta
  • Valley of the Ten Peaks, Canadian Rockies near Calgary, Alberta”

In addition to the wonderful energy of Lake Louise, the glacier at the far end of the lake is believed to be the home of Archangel Michael, whose presence is strongest on Easter Sunday.

Easter Sunday Toning Circle at Lake Louise, March 27th, ’16
11:00 am to noon

Lake Louise toningEach year on Easter Sunday a few of us travel to tone at Lake Louise. The purpose of the toning is to support the awakening of humanity. There is a vortex of energy at Lake Louise and it was our understanding that this energy is available to assist others with their spiritual awakening and/or growth. Thousands of people visit this lake every year drawn by its great beauty and amazing energy. For those who work with angels, it is also believed to be the home of Archangel Michael.

Lake Louise - fresh snowThese pictures are from previous tonings at Lake Louise. As you can see, we got a surprise when we arrived at Lake Louise and found at least 3 feet of snow.

We invite anyone who is interested to come and join us.

What to bring:

  • blanket(s),
  • a tarp (or something waterproof to sit on),
  • a thermos of warm fluid,
  • water,
  • a lunch for an outdoor picnic in the snow following the toning
  • your sense of adventure.

We will meet at the lakeshore or at boathouse on your left as you face the lake.

This event is free. Sharon does this as a public service.

Please note:  If the weather is really bad and the roads are not safe, the toning will be cancelled. If in doubt please phone us to confirm.