Portals

On Jan. 14, 1946, rocket scientist Jack Parsons, scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, and renowned magician Aleister Crowley performed the Babalon Working at the Devils Gate Dam in Pasadena, California.

The working was intended to invoke "a spirit or elemental into tangible existence by various magical techniques,” Parsons wrote in "The Book of Babalon.” The spirit they were calling was what Crowley called a “moonchild” in his writings, but was an archetype of the Divine Feminine. The experiments corresponded with a spike in reported UFO sightings which was called “Great Flying Saucer Flap." People who venture near Devils Gate to this day say the energy feels different. The experiment may have opened a portal, or created a vortex. 


A portal is a two-way inter-dimensional opening between realities.

These can include the astral world, interstellar space, alternate universes or two physical landscapes which are great distances from each other. A spirit portal can act as a channel for beings to travel to and from the physical realm. A vortex is 
a spiral pull of energy usually strong concentrations of gravitational anomalies or geomagnetic force. Vortexes can bend light, and often appear in 2D, while portals are most often described as conical in shape. Anything where magnetic energy concentrates can be a portal. The most common human-made 
portals include entry points such as mirrors, doorways, and windows. 


A spirit portal is a space containing a 4 dimensional vibratory frequency within a 3 dimensional physical realm. The 4th dimensional plane merges through an energy vortex opening is a doorway in the physical world that allows access to the spiritual world. Science has proven the existence of vortexes of energy, 
but it has not been linked conclusively to spiritual realms or hauntings. George Van Tassel, who claimed to mix alien intelligence with the writings of inventor Nikola Tesla, may have produced a portal with his Integratron, a time machine powered by electromagnetic energy built in the Mojave Desert. The site was chosen because of its proximity to magnetic vortexes and its relationship to the Great Pyramids in Giza. 

The Bermuda Triangle is possibly a stargate portal which encompasses three vortexes.

Also known as Devil’s Triangle, it was first reported in the early 1950s and has been described as an abyss which stretches between San Juan, Puerto Rico, Bermuda Island, and Miami, Florida. 


The Philadelphia Experiment, also called Project Rainbow, could also have been a magnetically created portal. It was a mythical experiment based on scientific principles from Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein and its intent was to cloak the U.S. Navy’s destroyer, USS Eldridge, from radar. There are theories the experiments extended to Long Island's Montauk Air Force Station, also known as Camp Hero, which was the site of The Montauk Project. The Skinwalker Ranch, aka “UFO Ranch,” in Uintah County, Utah, has also been called a portal. Paranormal activity like crop circles, poltergeists, UFOs, and glowing orbs have been reported there. 


Fairy rings, also known as elf rings or pixie rings, are naturally occurring mushroom formations which have taken on mythical status. Mainly found in forest areas, people who venture into the ring may die young, become invisible, be unable to escape the ring, or be transported to the fairy realm. Some 
traditions believe anyone who enters the ring will be forced to dance around the ring until they die of exhaustion. Those are some magic mushrooms.

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