Sacred geometry beyond the waters
Not only is the view of the sun setting behind the Andean cordillera a scene of power and beauty, but it was photographed from one of the most energetically remarkable places that I visited in the Andes — the temple of Pachamama on Amantani Island in Lake Titicaca.
While I have visited the Andes on several trips — from Ecuador to the Tierra del Fuego in Chile — this photograph defines a moment when I experienced the presence of this mountain range and region in a way that is only comparable to my time in the Himalayas, traversing the Nepalese Khumbu region. Beyond words, I can be describe it as being in the presence of mountain goddesses — the divine feminine nature of this landscape and higher dimensional connections to the evolving planetary system on which we dwell.
In another article, I describe some aspects of the signficance of the energy node in this location, and its connection to the Lake Titicaca ley line. While the rural setting appears idyllic in many respects, the sacred geometry and higher vibrational structure of this area have been heavily distorted and manipulated over the centuries, leading to significant degradation of the ley line and many Lake Titicaca sacred energy sites.
These sites were situated to align with the planetary ley lines, which are non-linear and multi-dimensional. These ley line “intersections” and connections allow powerful sacred geometry to form in the higher dimensional aspects of the location, giving these sites their reputation for soul awakening and soul ascension experiences. (In another article, I discuss the role of sacred geometry in healing, soul ascension, and awakening.)
A few of my favorite photographs from Amantani Island, Lake Titicaca, Peru