The Planetary Grid is a system of subtle “Ley Lines” or “Dragon Lines” that cover the Earth. Through these lines travel life force that nurtures all the life forms below and upon the Earth. Where two or more of these energy lines cross a vortex is created. The result of their meeting, a spiral, has its analogue in the crossing point of two rivers that are moving in different directions and form a whirlpool. The size of the spiral depends upon the size of the energy lines that intersect to form the vortex. Large energy lines produce large spiraling vortexes, and small energy lines produce small vortexes at their intersections. Sedona is one place on the planet where very large energy lines cross to produce very large spiraling vortexes.
The ancient and modern geomancers have known vortexes are places on the Earth where energy arriving from the outer cosmos enters the world grid. The spiral of a vortex moves energy both into the Earth’s grid, as well as out of it. The latter effect occurs when the life force builds up to dangerous levels and could potentially cause earthquakes and/or volcanoes. In order to facilitate this movement of the life force – and ultimately to keep the planet healthy, balanced and stable – the ancients erected standing stones, stone circles, and pyramids over the large vortexes of our planet. Many of their constructions still exist, including Stonehenge, the temples of Machu Picchu, and the Pyramids of Giza. These structures continue to facilitate both the increase and decrease of the life force moving within our Planetary Grid.