Tuesday, November 9, 2010

South Hill's Ledges Area Posted


I have posted my review of the Ledges area of South HIll at : http://www.jubileeinitiative.org/sacredsouthhillledges.html


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

South Hill The Sacred Mountain

Ancient Native Site with Numerous Mounds and Stone Structures


I have just posted my review of South Hill at the southern end of Canandaigua Lake at:

South Hill contains numerous stone mounds and other stone structures that were most likely created by the mound builders, Hopewell and Adena. Just about all of the earth chakras on it are covered with stone structures which influence the flow of prana (energy) and charge the atmosphere—the feeling is palpable. The thoughts of the many that have vision quested, done ceremony, performed ritual and prayed there still lingers in the ether. The many energy vortices found by the stone mounds are a testament to this. All of this can enhance your spiritual experience.

I ask that you please contact the NY DEC, information contained within the review, and ask that they please help preserve the many stone structures on South Hill. It would be a pity to see these stone structures pilfered or damaged the way that stone structures on Bare Hill were decades ago. Bare Hill also on Canandaigua Lake is where the Seneca people held their council fires.

The Seneca people believe that they were born at South Hill.

Please visit South Hill and keep it in your prayers.

Madis Senner

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Labor Day 2010

Since we discovered Clarks Gully-South Hill Labor day weekend 20o7 we make an effort to try and go back every Labor Day weekend. Here are the pictures from Labor Day 2010.

Ledges area can be accessed by parking at the top of South Hill. Follow the herd path through the grass to a pine woods. Keep going. You will shortly come to a steep ridge, the Ledges area is directly below you. Take a left and follow the Rim Trail down. After descending the trail it will flatten out. You will see a trail to your left that goes into a lovely Hemlock woods and stream. Five feet ahead of you will see a herd path to your right. Turn right on this path. If the trail starts rising again you have gone too far. If you continue walking straight there will be a steep decline that will end with a spectacular view at a cliff's edge. Be careful as South Hill is noted for steep inclines with loose stones that rob you of traction and can act like ball bearings to move your feet without your permission.
The herd path to your right back tracks about 20 feet to bring you into the Ledges area. This area contains dozens and dozens of stone mounds, stone structures, large flat stones. A great place to meditate at. Plenty to explore.

Helen is standing next to a stone mound that is on your left as you enter the Ledges area. Nice.

A view of the Welcome circle in the Ledges area looking towards the pond in the background.

Pepper in a mound in the Ledges area.

We carried out a rusted old wheelbarrow on our way out.

Later in the afternoon we drove to the entrance on Wolfanger road and went down the mountain. There are several dozen mounds in this area and the vibe is great.

Keepers of the Mound. Part of the gang is sitting on a mound right off a road heading down hill. Notice Pepper the white dog in the hollowed out area in the center. The mound covers 8 or more earth chakras. We believe that this stone mound may have had a keeper, in fact 4 or 5 of them successively, that watched over and maintained the mound. Spiritual pilgrims would sit on the periphery of the stone mound and in the center. I intuited this, but also my dowsing rods show that there were numerous natural vortices of cosmic prana at the periphery indicating people prayed or did ceremony there.

Helen sitting on a mound that covers 8 earth chakras and an emanator. The emanator exudes positive emotional feelings of peace and happiness. We meditated here for a while and found it delightful.

Pepper sitting on a ceremonial mound that marks the intersection of numerous Ley Lines, or Lines of Consciousness. It is just about a perfect circles. Enlarge the picture to see how the stones are stacked neatly on the right side.

Lucy and Pepper sitting on a stone mound covering earth chakras. Lucy is sitting in what remains of the hollowed center area.

Stone Walls are sometimes made using stones from old Native American sacred sites. Here is a stone wall made from stones stripped from a nearby stone mound. The stone wall was used to cover up a streambed that eventually widens out and deepens. TOO BAD!!!

Lorraine and Lucy are standing at where the stone mound once was that was used to create the stone wall-waterbreak.

Here is another look at the remnants of a stone mound. Notice how the stones are placed vertically in the earth;this could have been the center area.

Pepper and my backpack are in the center area of a stone mound that cover 14 earth chakras.

Pepper sitting on mound covering earth chakras.



Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Orbs, Megalights and Covered Earth Chakras

Here are a few pictures of South Hill that my friend Zac Moore and I took on Tuesday (8/24/10.) Not surprisingly we found several smaller mounds and covered earth chakras at the northern eastern end of (South Hill, Hi Tor) far from the top where the gorge is. I imagine that at one time all of the ridge/hills all the way up to Bare Hill(5-10 miles) may have had their Earth Chakras covered with stones. WE found lots of covered earth chakras, mounds on ley lines, a mini-megalith, a cistern....lots of other things just following a herd (deer) path along side of South Hill.
The energy on South Hill was powerful. Having all the Earth Chakras covered with stones makes all the Earth Prana linger in the air charging you up. It feels like getting Reiki or some other hands on healing technique every minute that you are there.WOW!
Check out the Orb above Lorraine's dog Lucy. She is sitting in the hollowed out area of a stone mound that covers several earth chakras. This stone mound is located in the Ledges area just below the ridge at the top of South Hill. Given that there are dozens of stone mounds, vortices of cosmic prana created from all the vision questing and praying that took place it is not surprising to see an orb. It is a powerful place. Click on the picture to enlarge it.

Here is my dog Pepper sitting in the middle of the hollowed area of a stone mound. The surrounding stone sits on several earth chakras and is blocking the flow of earth prana (http://www.jubileeinitiative.org/pranaflow.html) As I have noted previously I believe that the hollow cneter was created to help form a vortex or for someone to sit in. This stone mound is located in the Ledges area of South Hill just below the ridge walk on top.

Here I am with Pepper squating next to a small megalith. It appears that someone dug a deep hole and planted this large stone upright, similar to what you see in the UK. We could find no divine feature of Mother Earth nearby.

You can see two large stones at Zac's feet that are covering earth chakras.

My dog Pepper is standing above a cistern, or well of sorts. I don't think that this is very old, but who knows.

Here is a picture of Zac next to a smaller stone mound. While the picture does not show it, the stones appear to be forcibly hewn from the ground. This pile was situated on 3 eath chakras and was found at the far northeastern part of the Hi Tor area miles away from the Clarks Gully gorge and the top of South Hill.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Three Tiered Elongated Mound

On July 4, 2010 we went to South Hill (where the Seneca people believe that they were born) for prayer and to survey the area some more. On the Upper Part of the Hill, in the Ledges area on the western side of the gorge we found an elongated Stone mound on one of the lower ledges. Again we believe that the many mounds on South Hill were created by the Adena, meaning that they are probably 2500 to 3500 years old. Read my earlier posts and you will find that my rationale is based upon the work of Dave Robinson and his analysis of NY State Historians Ritchie and Parker.

The Mound Consists of three terraces running approximately east west and about 30-40 feet or more in total length. The eastern most terrace is the lowest one, the middle terrace is a foot or two higher and the final terrace is another two feet higher. The terraces are fairly flat. The formation appears to have been made in order to tap into and work with Mother Earth.

In the next picture I am standing in the middle tier, or terrace. This elongated area appears to be situated on some sort of feature Mother Earth; Possibly an emanator of some sort.

In the next picture my dog Pepper is sitting on the highest and furthest western part of the structure. This final terrace rests on a series of earth chakras. He is in the center which is hollowed out, and in my opinion was created to help with the formation of a natural vortex. The whole is about 2 feet in diameter and about 2 feet deep. Perhaps this where they would sit to pray or do ceremony to tap into the earth prana. (To learn more about Earth Chakras see my youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFNzglbm16o

The stones are meant to block the flow of prana. Earth prana is impeded by physical objects.
The final picture is another overview.
As I have noted previously most of South Hill, with the exception of those areas farmed have their earth chakras covered with stones. The stones block the flow of earth prana and create a charged Tesla type of feel to the area. It gives you a feeling similar to a hands on healing. To learn more about the flow of prana/Energy read:
Here are two short videos that I hope to incorporate later into a more comprehensive youtube posting on South Hill and its various stone mounds. As I note in the first video the formation of an energy vortex of cosmic prana indicates that the structure was used for spiritual purposes. Such vortices form in response to someone performing spiritual exercises at a particular location. Imagine that the energy vortex still lingers after thousands of years. Wow! To learn more about energy vortices read: http://wisdom-magazine.com/Article.aspx/1355/
I have the upmost respect for the mound builders because they certainly had an incredible amount of knowledge of Mother Earth's subtle body, which regretably has been lost through ages. Bravo Adena!
madis senner
PS There is still much to be learned at South Hill.