3 places to recharge yourself with good energy

In Latin American Post we present you 3 energy destinations of Argentina that you must visit at least once in your life

3 places to recharge yourself with good energy

The American continent is full of fantastic places, harmonious and mystical, able to nourish and enrich us thanks to its current of energy and good vibes. If at this point you feel that you have to recharge your batteries, in this post I will show you 3 energy destinations in Argentina that you should visit at least once in your life.

Leer en español: ¡Recárgate de energía en estos 3 destinos!

1. Miramar dark forest, one of the most visited energy destinations in Argentina

According to the portal Ciudad de Miramar, the Florentino Ameghino Dunícola Nursery has more than 500 hectares full of eucalyptus and various conifers. Its landscape is fascinating and is full of paths, which can be traveled on foot, on horseback, by bicycle, by motorcycle and some by car. You can visit amazing places such as the grotto of Lourdes, the municipal museum Punta Hermengo and the mystical and incredible dark or energetic forest.

In this last one, it is possible to be observed that the conifers grow of a side, completely inclined, interlacing themselves with others forming a place that does not allow to enter the rays of the sun. The funny thing is that when you enter here, the day gets dark and the temperature drops.

Also, you can see branches nailed to the ground and others above horizontally, balancing and forming a T. Some swing or rotate (and do not fall), as if they were magnetized.

The locals say that NASA has done several investigations like some scientists in the world of physics such as Einstein and have not yet been able to reveal their secrets. Others say that a meteorite has fallen there, that there is an indigenous cemetery buried and that gnomes and other beings of light appear.

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The truth is that this forest exists and the test of twigs is verifiable in the eyes of anyone. Therefore, if you have the opportunity to visit Miramar, do not forget to go through the energetic forest that is a few kilometers from the sea.

2. Uritorco Hill, Capilla del Monte, Córdoba

According to the Welcome Argentina portal , Cerro Uritorco, is located in the Punilla Valley and has a height of 1979 meters above sea level. Since 1986 there have been some strange events, such as the sighting of unidentified flying objects, lights on the top of the hill presence of spiritual beings, among other things.

The journey to the summit takes about four hours, and you can stop at several breaks known as:

  • Mirador del Caminante (1237 meters above sea level)
  • Posta del Silencio (1316 meters above sea level)
  • Hondonada del Buey (1417 meters above sea level)
  • Quebrada del Viento (1550 meters above sea level)
  • Valley of the Spirits (1670 meters above sea level) Here there are beds and a kitchen.
  • Pampilla (1800 meters above sea level)
  • Summit of the Uritorco Hill (1979 meters above sea level)

During the tour, the walkers leave scraps of handkerchiefs, written wishes, and messages.

3. Piedra de Isidris, Mendoza

According to Mendoza Travel, the Piedra de Isidris or Ciudad Dorada is one of the energy destinations of Argentina that is located in the "Quebrada del Durazno" canyon, in the town of El Challao, Las Heras, province of Mendoza.

The locals believe that this site is a megaportal of ethereal light that was opened in the years 2002, 2004, 2007 and 2012, by which it can be accessed in an intra-terrestrial city. They also comment that its name has special characteristics and its seven letters embody seven rays known as the ray of power, love, activity, harmony, science, devotion and ceremonial magic.

The night campers believe they have seen lights and entities and many maintain that Commander Adoniesis is a messenger from heaven, an alien who communicates with several inhabitants of the planet Earth who have received a lot of information about the city.

LatinAmerican Post | Flavia Porro

Tranlated from "3 destinos energéticos de Argentina que debes visitar"

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