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22 May 2006
Interesting are the observations at the Oregon Vortex / House of Mystery, 4303 Sardine
Creek Road, Gold Hill, OR 97525 USA. The Oregon Vortex, goes way back to the time
of the Native Americans. Their horses would not come into the affected area, so they
wouldn't. The Native Americans called the area the "Forbidden Ground", a place to
be shunned. Many years before The House of Mystery was built, it was noted that unusual
conditions existed there. But it was not until well into the 20th century that any
effort was made toward a scientific analysis of the disturbance.
John Litster, a geologist, mining engineer, and scientist, developed the area in the early 1920's, opening it to the public in 1930. He conducted thousands of experiments within the Vortex until his death in 1959.
In the book Convergence of David Wilcock in chapter 9.4 14 observations are mentioned. One of them is that the size of objects actually changes from one area to another inside the vortex. This is clearly visible to eyewitness observers and in photographs. Two men of equal height can walk to two different areas in the vortex, and depending on where they stand, one will clearly seem to be taller and the other clearly shorter. If they switch their positions, each spot will still show the same effects on their respective heights, so that the short man is now the tall man and vice versa. In the figure at the right you see two objects at a distance of about 2 m of each other; the black one is somewhat taller then the red one. At a certain spot in the vortex the difference seems very small. When the objects are switched position, the difference seems much larger.
The changing size of objects cannot be measured with instruments. This is simply due to the fact that the measuring instruments also change in size as they move through these areas. Thus, "all is relative" within the vortex, making accurate measurements of the changes impossible, except by visual observation.
The human aura can become visible to everyone inside the vortex, at times, when a person stands in certain areas. This suggests that a person's own magnetic or bio-