Nevada City, Sedona vying for Spiritual Vortex

Nevada City, CA claims to be the Spiritual Vortex of planet Earth.
Nevada City, CA claims to be the Spiritual Vortex of planet Earth.

Reporting from Nevada City, CA — Spiritualist and psychic Edgar Cayce claimed that Nevada City, CA might be a gathering place for the spiritually enlightened and a gathering place for those who wish to bring about change in this troubled world. This, of course, has engendered a sense of competition with Sedona, Arizona which also believes it is the spiritual vortex of the known universe.

“We have been, and will continue to be the ‘spiritual vortex’ of the known universe,” said spiritual coach Miguel Montoya from his Sedona spiritual retreat. “Nevada City is a nice place, and we wish them well. But they are no match for the spiritual power and life changing energy that springs from Sedona.”

According to the Arizona Vacation guide, spiritual vortexes are distributed throughout the world, but none is more powerful than Sedona.

“Steeped in New Age concepts, soaked in mystery, and bubbling with controversy; the new definition of vortex points to supernatural events, spiritual super-centers, and unexplained phenomena. Examples of this type of vortex can be found at Stonehenge, the Giza pyramids, and in sites of former civilizations such as the Incas in Peru. There are also several vortex sites in the United States, the most popular and abundant of which are in Sedona, Arizona.”

 This, of course, is not without its Nevada City supporters.

I saw something once about his prediction about the waters rising – I believe this area stayed above water, but was sort of a peninsula with water on the east and west,” said Stacy Grant of Nevada City. “I’ve always thought (since I’ve lived here, 13 years) that Nevada City is a cosmic vortex – a coordinate on the unity consciousness grid. We are even considering converting neighborhoods in preparation for this exact purpose.”

Sacred Sedona McDonalds
Sedona, Arizona’s “sacred” McDonald’s brings energy to the town’s spiritual vortex.

It is not clear at the time of this writing what will come from this vying for #1 spiritual vortex will bring, but it’s clear that both towns will benefit from this spiritual controversy. Other towns and regions, such as Arcata, CA and the entire Hawaiian Island of Kauai are also vying for this coveted #1 spot. Fresno, CA unfortunately did not make the list.

“Look, when the flood comes like Cayce predicted, Nevada county will become like it was 150 years ago,” continued Ms. Grant. “And it doesn’t require the spiritual insight of Edgar Cayce. Think about it. We’re at 2500 ft. above sea level. It’s a no brainer.”

 

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Miguel Montoya explains the magic of Sedona, AZ

“Spiritual vortexes are said to be cross-points between energy fields in the earth’s grid system, or intersecting ley lines. Where the ley lines intersect, in certain areas, the result is said to be a “hot spot” of energy that can produce a wide range of effects along the lines of spiritual healing, psychic enhancement, and anomalies in plant life such as two species of trees growing together as one.”

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I just happened upon this site having no idea it even existed before now, and for all I know, perhaps it didn’t actually exist before my awareness of it. See? I’m just that spiritually enlightened, enough to know that at least. I notice that you did not cite any reference for Edgar Cayce actually saying that Nevada City was to become a gathering place for the enlightened world changers of this time. The notion itself may or may not be correct, but I’m purdy sure there is no evidence that he actually said that; or at least not that I… Read more »

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I just happened upon this site having no idea it even existed before now, and for all I know, perhaps it didn’t actually exist before my awareness of it. See? I’m just that spiritually enlightened, enough to know that at least. I notice that you did not cite any reference for Edgar Cayce actually saying that Nevada City was to become a gathering place for the enlightened world changers of this time. The notion itself may or may not be correct, but I’m purdy sure there is no evidence that he actually said that; or at least not that I… Read more »

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This is crap. Do better. Typos everywhere and lies. Mischaracterizing actual people. If you wanted to be tongue in cheek, you should have used fake names. Be advised that you are about to awaken a beast.

If you need a quote, you can quote me: Randall Finkelstein is a dick.

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Hi. Which part can we quote you on?

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The last part. The part where I say what you can quote me on. Sorry if that wasn’t clear.

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Thanks a bunch.

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zencowboy

My pleasure, of course.

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The editors asked me to ask you how you’d like to be quoted. Is that zencowboy or zen[space]cowboy? Or perhaps cowbow, zen? Mr. cowboy? We’re assuming you’re from Sedona, AZ.

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zencowboy

Editors, plural? There’s more than one? Who will be fired, then, for the three typos in the McDonald’s caption alone?

EVERYONE in Sedona has a Sedona name. I’m sorry mine is difficult. You can certainly quote me as THE Zen Cowboy, to alleviate confusion with imposters. But we both know you will just do whatever you want.

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Thanks for that. I’ve passed on your observations to them. It was probably a heavy night of drinking or something.

You can find the entire staff here in our masthead. If you spot additional typos, please pass those along.

http://www.gishgallop.com/about-the-nevada-county-scooper/masthead/

We’ll use THE Zen Cowboy. Thanks again.

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zencowboy

This is crap. Do better. Typos everywhere and lies. Mischaracterizing actual people. If you wanted to be tongue in cheek, you should have used fake names. Be advised that you are about to awaken a beast.

If you need a quote, you can quote me: Randall Finkelstein is a dick.

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Hi. Which part can we quote you on?

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zencowboy

The last part. The part where I say what you can quote me on. Sorry if that wasn’t clear.

Webmaster Tim
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Thanks a bunch.

zencowboy
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My pleasure, of course.

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The editors asked me to ask you how you’d like to be quoted. Is that zencowboy or zen[space]cowboy? Or perhaps cowbow, zen? Mr. cowboy? We’re assuming you’re from Sedona, AZ.

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I lived in Nevada City and the only thing it has is $pirituality… a bunch of $500 yoga weekends, overpriced everything, no young people (because they can’t afford to live there) and they “import” a black choir from Marysville on Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday because the whole town is cracker white. In Marysville there are hardly any white people… it’s the kind of thing I expected to see in the south but not in Cali and yet- there it is. They love to pat themselves on the back and tell each other how “holy” they are. The whole place… Read more »

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Hello Denise. So are you saying you don’t like Nevada City? Do you prefer Sedona then?

Miguel Montoya
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Miguel Montoya

Hi Randall, this is the real Miguel Montoya from Sedona. I just happened to google myself and found this fraudulent article. I have never been interviewed by you, I’ve never met you, and yet you liberally quote me and use my identity to write an article about energy vortices. This is fraudulent and actually a crime. What do you have to say for yourself? If you are a high caliber journalist such as your bio describes, it is shocking that you would make such an error in judgment

Miguel Montoya
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Miguel Montoya

This guy Randall fraudulently used my name and identity to write an article, that as you say I’m sure is propaganda, because he apparently has no ethics to use my identity without permission or ever conducting an interview with me! What a tool!