As I will be taking a group to Alaska on a Journey of Discovery Adventure July 15 - 25, I was certainly quite intrigued with Alaska’s Bermuda Triangle. Almost everyone has heard about ships and planes vanishing from the waters in the Atlantic's Bermuda Triangle but Alaska?. It is a known fact that The Bermuda Triangle's waters hold a strange energy that cannot be accurately explained. Seems that the state of Alaska also has an area of strange energy phenomenon as well with accounts of planes and people simply vanishing? Could this be an energy vortex or portal to another dimension, some think so? This triggers my curiosity and deepens my desire to experience Wild Alaska myself and talk to the locals about this!
So where is The Alaska Triangle?
Alaska's Bermuda Triangle slices through four of the state's regions, from the southeastern wilderness and fjords to the interior tundra and up to the arctic mountain ranges. Its points include the large swath of land from Juneau and Yakutat in the southeast, the Barrow mountain range in the north, and Anchorage in the center of the state.
Alaska is a huge state with wild extreme weather, months of penetrating cold and snow, vast tracts of unexplored wilderness, rugged mountain ranges along with 100 active volcanoes. So when someone disspears it can be like looking for a needle in a haystack, impossible to find them?
Or could there be more to the story like energy vortices? Alaska is thick with magnetic anomalies which can vary compass readings as much as 30 degrees. Vortices are high energy spots on the Earth due to its electromagnetic field. NASA research has proved that the human energy field is tuned in to certain ‘Earth Waves’. Dan Shaw, an expert on energy vortices in Alaska, says that people react differently when they encounter a vortex, either psychically, physically or both.
Many sacred temples and churches have been built near or on powerful energy vortices. For example, Chartres Cathedral in France, many Mayan and Egyptian temples, and the Potala Palace in Tibet. But vortices can also be volcanoes, high mountains, hot springs, mineral deposits beneath the ocean, deep gorges, rock outcroppings like the vortex areas in Sedona, AZ and even in deserts like the Sinai and Namibia. Alaska is prime territority for very powerful energy vortices so this adds more to the Mystery of the Alaska Triangle.
Alaskan native Elder Ethan Pettigrew, of the Alaska Native Heritage Center which we will visit on our trip, says that many native tribes believe in mysterious creatures like Bigfoot and they have legends to explain why their people sometimes vanish without a trace. They believe that a being called Kushtaka, an otter like shapeshifter lures them into the invisible void. Bill Romberg, an Alaska bush pilot who helps with search and rescue describes how he has often heard a strange buzzing sound at times out in the wilderness. Could he be "hearing" an energy vortex?
Like the Bermuda Triangle, the mystery in Alaska will never be fully understood or scientifically explained. But this certainly appeals to my Adventurer's Soul and I am now more eager to explore Wild Alaska and talk to the native elders and hear their stories about Alaska's Mysteries. Join me in Alaska, lets explore the mystery together!
~ ALASKA ~
"Call of the Wild Soul Adventure"
July 15 - 25, 2013
With Gayle Lawrence and author Janet Conner
"Writing Down Your Soul and The Lotus and the Lily"
Here are just a Few Tour Highlights and Activities
Watch Alaska Smilebox Photo Tour
and Alaska Beyond Your Dreams Travel Video
Spend 4 days in picturesque Seward, nestled in the glacier carved mountains of the Chugach Range. Choose from an optional list of activities such as a wilderness sled dog tour to a Marine Wildlife cruise in the Kenai Fjords
Alaska Rail from Talkeetna to Denali Park
DENALI NATIONAL PARK
Get off the beaten track at the Kantishna Roadhouse LodgeYour all-inclusive stay provides meals, a variety of interpretive activities, hiking, naturalist programs and the chance to observe wildlife in their natural habitat and experience the scenery of Denali Park, up close and personal
Denali to Anchorage
on the Alaska Railroad Train
Relax and enjoy a memorable 365-mile route of unspoiled back country scenery en route to Anchorage on the dome ceiling rail cars
Anchorage the Native Heritage Center and visit with
local artisans from the different Alaska Indigenous tribes, dancing, storytelling
and shopping! Enjoy lunch at the center and then meet a Musk Ox at the
Musk Ox Farm in Palmer, Alaska.
Post-Trip Option July 26th
Bear viewing at Silver Salmon Creek
You have to Watch this video!
fly by bush plane to Silver Salmon Creek in Lake Clark National Park Spend the day with brown bears very
"up close and personal" Relax and enjoy a hearty lunch at the remote Homestead Lodge
July is high season for travel to Alaska so the lodges get fully booked well in advance
Group size will be limited so early registration is important.
View daily itinerary and all tour details here: