Activated Sites

Grounding Groups have Activated Sacred Portals in the following sites:

Please Submit your site, once activated, using the form below.

Washington State: Everett, Mt St Helens, Mt Rainier, Vashon Island, San Juan Islands, Tree Frog Farm on Lummi Island, Mt Baker, Hood Canal Dabob Bay
Flathead Valley of Northwest Montana
Mount Shasta in Northern California
Crater Lake in Oregon
Glacier National Park, Logan’s Pass
Wyoming: The Grand Tetons. the center of the Lakota wheel of life
San Diego, CA Hauser Mountain Range and Mount Cuyamaca
Mt. Nebo Utah
Fort Wayne, in Northeast Indiana, near the Michigan and Ohio borders
Tucson, Arizona Santa Catalina Mountains
Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Crestone, CO
Telluride, Colorado (san juan mountains)
Sangre de Cristo, Santa Fe, NM
Davis Mountains in South Texas
The Gulf of Mexico Waters
Arkansas Vortex Crystal Area
New Jersey
Los Angeles – Zaca Peak and the Neverland Ranch
Appalachian Mtns. – Shenandoah valley in Virginia, USA
Tennessee/South Carolina
New Orleans, Louisiana
Miami, FL
Tampa, FL
Cayman Islands

Tepoztlan Morelos Mexico
BC, Canada
Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada
Ontario, Canada

Columbia, Nabusimake Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

Adelaide, AUS – Mount Kosciuszko
mid north coast of New South Wales, Australia Great Dividing Range.
Bowraville, NSW Australia


Cape Town, South Africa Hout bay, facing the mountains and sea,
Mt Kilimanjaro

Berlin Germany
Portugal, Sierra de Cabreira, near the mountains Goces and Laruco

Altai, Mongolia
St Petersburg, Russia

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

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7 responses to “Activated Sites”

  1. Could you please tell me where the Ohio grounding group is located?

    1. Thanks for writing. The two places in Ohio that grounding groups worked were: Bowling Green and “Fort Wayne, in Northeast Indiana, near the Michigan and Ohio borders. This is serious flatland around here and the nearest substantial hills are in southern Indiana down near the Ohio River Valley more than 200 miles south. (there are no mountains in Indiana) However, on the highest elevation in the county, which happens to be the Continental Divide, within two miles of the hill is the confluence of the three rivers: St. Joseph River and St. Mary’s River which join 1 1/2 miles in downtown Fort Wayne and form the Maumee River. The elevation is only 781 feet, but from this altitude the water east of the hill runs into the Maumee, which flows to Lake Erie and eventually through the St. Lawrence Seaway to the Atlantic Ocean. The water west of the hill runs into the Eel River, then the Wabash River and on to the Ohio River, the Mississippi River and on to the Gulf of Mexico. Half-a-block from the site is where the beginning of the Wabash and Erie Canal basin was that connected the two waterways back in the early days before railroads.

  2. You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material.

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