The wa­ter vor­tex of love


Mark O’Re­gan wants to shed light on the Earth’s ‘‘wa­ter vor­tex’’ which is lo­cated just south of Lake Taupo.

Lake Ro­to­pounamu is con­sid­ered to be the planet’s wa­ter vor­tex, and every six months peo­ple come to feel the peace and love.

The Pisces full moon is ap­proach­ing again and O’Re­gan is host­ing a Ve­loc­ity of love walk on Septem­ber 6. Peo­ple can en­joy it dur­ing the day or get the full ex­pe­ri­ence un­der a full moon shin­ing on the ‘‘beau­ti­ful jewel’’ of a lake.

O’Re­gan says he wants to make peo­ple aware of what is tak­ing place so they can take part in this rare op­por­tu­nity.

‘‘I want to shed light on some­thing I have un­cov­ered and some­thing that is not known.’’

There are four vor­texes that gov­ern the four el­e­ments. They are spin­ning en­ergy por­tals where rit­u­als done in a cir­cle heal the earth and the peo­ple.

O’Re­gan said he wants peo­ple to be able to be a part of this pow­er­ful time as ‘‘Af­ter be­ing there you just go wow.’’

Ro­to­pounamu is lo­cated just south of Taupo, with the nat­u­ral flow of the whirlpool spin­ning in a counter clock­wise di­rec­tion.

O’Re­gan said he wants ev­ery­one to en­joy the Ve­loc­ity of love walk and feel the en­ergy.

par­tic­i­pants can meet at the Oa­sis Tokaanu to car pool as there is lim­ited car parks.

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