A group of “light warriors” buried what may be hundreds of small muffinlike resin objects, embedded with aluminum foil and quartz crystals, at Serpent Mound with the intent of realigning the energy of the ancient Native American site in Peebles.
The Ohio Historical Society and Adams County Sheriff K.R. Rogers haven’t arrested anybody yet in what they consider a serious vandalism case. But the people who apparently did it made it easy by laying out their actions in an extensive YouTube video where they acknowledge they “did some work” in September at the site in Adams County to help “lift the vibration of the Earth so we can all rise together.”
The vandals buried “orgonites” – handmade objects crafted from metal filings, quartz crystals, cast in a resin base, often in a muffin tin. Items such as feathers are sometimes added. Apparently, these objects “draw in negative energy and exude positive energy” whatever THAT means. Park officials have found, so far, only three but there could be hundreds buried on site.
Volunteers are planning to inspect the site for these pieces. It is anticipated the vandals will be charged. Property designated as protected resource, such as a park, is not your personal playground. It belongs to everyone in Ohio. I’d bet not many would appreciate this act of new ageism.
Are these related to orgone energy?