Since the human existence certain places in the world were consider as a sacred and high level of Energy . Therefor me and some people around me made a list of most sacred places in the world. Some of them we have been in person to feel the power of the energy there and some our very high on our list.
1.Es Vedra , Ibiza Spain
Es Vedra plays an important role in creating the high vibration that exists on Ibiza. The natural beauty of the island with its stunning small beaches and magnificent sunsets combined with this high vibration attracts millions of tourists, partiers, hundreds of artists, writers, and masters in dance, yoga, shamanism, and all manner of healing a consciousness studies. Whether you realize it or not, when you arrive in Ibiza you are usually there for some sort of energy release and the island can be a place of inspiration, blissful activity and stunning synchronicity.
2.SACRED Poulnabrone Dolmen Ireland
Poulnabrone Dolmen meaning ‘hole of sorrows’ is located in Burren, Ireland. It is estimated that the portal tomb was established around 4200 to 2900 BCE. In 1985, the portal was excavated and 22 adults, 6 children and a newborn were found buried underneath. Personal items such as crystals, weapons and pottery were found with the bodies. Radiocarbon dating was done that estimates the burials took place between 3800 and 3200 BCE.
Because of the found near by silver plate that is part of a ritual dedicated to the Thracian god Sabazius it is believed that Belintash was sacred to the Thracian tribe Besi. Ritual niches and grooves seem to prove this theory. According to others, however, the place is a really stellar card as round carved niches accurately reflect the stellar constellations Orion, Little Bear, Ursa Major and Leo. During the equinoxes the sun lights in a specific way the grooves in the rock and the neighboring Karadjov peak, which is actually the crater of an extinct volcano.
4.Coba Archeological park – Mexico
Coba is noted for is remote jungle landscape and several pyramids in and amongst a number of ceremonial roads. Until the mid-20th centaury, Coba had only been seen by Mayan hunters. In late Maya legends, there are even references where Coba is associated with the sun god.
Coba is not a single site but a large group of sites connected to a central temple complex by a series of Mayan ceremonial “white roads” (sacbéob). There are more than 16 of these roads at Coba and their arrangement and purpose remains something of a mystery.
Sometimes, for instance, a sacbe that is miles long will reach a very tiny ruin. And Sacbe 1 is travels west from Coba in a straight line for an astounding 62 miles to the site of Yaxuna, which is 12 miles south of the more prominent Chichen Itza.
5. Queen Charlote island
Queen Charlotte Islands are also known to Native Canadians as Haida Gwaii – ‘Place of Wonder’. The islands in British Columbia are said to be one of the most beautiful and remote landscapes in the world. The natives of the land – the Haida people – say Haida Gwaii is the place where time began. Queen Charlotte Islands has an abundance of wildlife, including the largest subspecies of Black Bear. Some of the land is protected under the federal and Haida legislation as ‘Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site
6.Tarxien sacred temple Malta
The Tarxien consist of three separate, but attached, temple structures. The main entrance is a reconstruction dating from 1956, when the whole site was restored. At the same time, many of the decorated slabs discovered on site were relocated indoors for protection at the Museum of Archaeology in Valletta. The first temple has been dated to approximately 3100 BC and is the most elaborately decorated of the temples of Malta. The middle temple dates to about 3000 BC, and is unique in that, unlike the rest of the Maltese temples, it has three pairs of apses instead of the usual two. The east temple is dated at around 3100 BC. The remains of another temple, smaller, and older, having been dated to 3250 BC, are visible further towards the east.