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Old 01-22-2009, 03:19 AM   #599
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Location: Quebec, Canada
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Default Re: 2012 Nexus Event – Unknown Form of Energy comes our way!

In Canada, I would have to go with the First Nation's sacred sites and the old or first churches built by the colons. The first nation's people probably knew a lot more than we do now because our history as been corrupted by the war between French and English.

So here is a list (not exaustive) of a few places that might be really powerfull.

1. Basilica of Ste. Anne-de-Beau-pré, Qc
2. Soldier mountain (sacred to Ajumawi indians), Fall River valley
3. Montreal; St. Joseph's Oratory
4. Chief mountain, near Ft. Macleod
5. Mt. St. Elias
6. Great Sandhills, south Saskatchewan
7. Wanuskewin, 5 km north of Saskatoon
8. Moose mountain medicine wheel
9. Walbran valley, west coast of Vancouver Island

Other sacred sites in Canada:

Writing-on-Stone petroglyph site, 24 miles s/e of Lethbridge, Alberta
Lac Sainte Anne, west of Edmonton, Alberta
Medicine Lake, near Hidden Lake, southwest Alberta
Majorville medicine wheel, south Alberta
Valley of the Ten Peaks, Canadian Rockies near Calgary, Alberta
Keremeos Mound, southeast British Columbia
Cormorant Island, Alert Bay, eastern shores of North Vancouver Island, British Columbia
William’s Lake (Columneetza Lake), Central British Columbia
Petroglyph Park, west central coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Peterborough Petroglyphs, southern Ontario
Martyrs’ Shrine and healing spring, Ontario
Dreamer’s Rock vision quest site, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
Vision quest stone ring, Bannock Point, Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba
Shrine of burial of Kateri Tekakwitha, Church of St. Francis-Xavier, Quebec
Mission, Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve; 6m/se Montreal
Tipperary Creek medicine wheel, central Saskatchewan
Roy Rivers medicine wheel, southwest Saskatchewan
Turtle medicine wheel, southeast Saskatchewan

Hope it helps

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