In the heart of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma is an unassuming, small circle made up of concrete bricks. Its inner circle is only about 30 inches in diameter, with the outer-brick circle stretching about 8 feet wide. Called the “Center of the Universe” this odd circle has some properties which defy laws of sound and physics as we understand them.
When someone stands inside the inner circle and makes a sound, it is reflected back to them as if they were standing in an echo chamber, much louder than the original sound they made. Anyone standing outside the circle can’t hear what their person within it is saying at all, much like a sound-proof room used by recording artists to prevent “bleed” into the room.
Anyone who tries talking to someone standing within the circle is met with odd looks. The voice heard by the person standing in the “Center of the Universe” is distorted and unclear.
The only logical explanation after many attempts to study this circle is that the sound is reflected back to the circle in “accidental” parabolic reflectivity from the circular planters that partly surround the circle.
As traditional physics explains, a sound wave doesn’t just stop when it meets a physical obstacle. It will display certain behaviors which can include reflection off the obstacle, diffraction around the obstacle, and transmission (accompanied by refraction) into the obstacle or new medium.
Others attest that the anomaly is a vortex where cosmic energies meet.
There are many documented oddities that are really just powerful energies within the earth (and surrounding her). There is an energy grid, but also a Universal energy network that can be imagined as a spider web. There are many place on the earth’s surface where Universal energy is stronger or more concentrated. Known centers are called a ‘vortex’ of energy. They can be found in Sedona and Tibet, for example. We are all linked to these energetic grids with the vibration of the Universe (as are animals, plants, gems, minerals, and so on.) I
In Sedona, and other vortices, are places on earth where energy circles in on itself almost like a tornado, creating strange effects like twisted trees, and palpable energy. The local natives–Hopis, Navajo and Yavapai–all recognized the power and energy of the Sedona vortexes long ago.
Some of these grids have a positive effect on people, pets and plants, others have a negative or uncertain effect. A number of scientists have been working on the Earth grid model, including Ivan P. Sanderson. Sanderson. He found that the twelve ‘Devil’s Graveyards’ vortices around the world were geometrically spaced from one another. These energy vortices are triangular areas in the world where physical anomalies have been reported such as the mysterious disappearances of ships and airplanes for no apparent reason. Three Russian scientists, Nikolai Goncharov, Vyacheslav Morozov, and Valery Makarov made the next step in the visualization and mapping of the Earth grid. They started with Sanderson’s work and added the dodecahedron to the grid pattern.
Whether an energy vortex is what people are experiencing in Tulsa is not certain. Watch for yourself and see what you think!
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