Friday, April 5, 2019

5 Places With The Most Powerful Energy Fields to know in Brazil

Places that are naturally beautiful and with an energy that is impossible to explain - only really knowing!

From flying saucer appearances to legends and energy portals, all this has attracted curious and esoteric tourists from all over the country.

Check out five of these places below and some of their mysterious stories.

1. São Tomé das Letras, in State of Minas Gerais

Many claim that this city, full of caves, waterfalls and stone constructions, at more than 1,400 meters of altitude, is one of the seven energy points of the Earth and that there is a passage that links São Tomé to Machu Picchu. There are still those who claim to have seen UFOs and supernatural beings. The city is very visited because of all this fame.

2. Chapada dos Guimarães, State of Mato Grosso

In the heart of the Brazilian cerrado, the Chapada dos Guimarães surprises visitors with its natural beauty. But the mysticism of the place also became a tourist attraction. Many claim to have seen strange lights there and say that the place has an intense flow of energy and electromagnetism. Others believe that Morro de São Jerônimo is the landing point for extraterrestrial ships.

3. Alto Paraiso de Goiás - State of Goias

It has an atmosphere of magic, with its waterfalls and incredible rock formations. The city is cut by the 14th parallel, the same one that passes through Machu Picchu, and is full of quartz mines. This is why the place is known as esoteric because it has a lot of energy and good vibes. Alto Paraiso is also the gateway to Chapada dos Veadeiros, a place that is also full of legends and even sightings of UFOs.

4. Caverna do Diabo - State of Sao Paulo, in Eldorado.

Largest cave in the state and one of the largest in the country, the Devil's Cave is more than 6 km long. There are many legends surrounding the cave. Quilombolas who lived in the area said that it was possible to hear voices and strange moans coming from within, that the devil himself lived there and that he went out at night to destroy the plantations. Stories aside, the cave has impressive rock formations and is surrounded by lots of nature, trails and belvederes.

5. Serra do Roncador - State of Mato Grosso

Many stories and legends involve Serra do Roncador, in Barra do Garças, ranging from the search for Atlantis, the origin of ancient civilizations, supernatural beings, portals even the appearance of UFOs. The mountain's mysticism has already gained international fame and many mystical communities, who believe the place is a great point of energy, have settled there. To complete all this climate, the wind makes a sound of snoring as it passes through the rocky formations of this mountain range.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Serra da Capivara National Park - Piauí State

Many of the numerous rock shelters in the Serra da Capivara National Park are decorated with cave paintings, some more than 25,000 years old. They are an outstanding testimony to one of the oldest human communities of South America.
Photo: site ICMBio

The Park covers nearly 129, 140 hectares and has a circumference of 214 kilometres. It is situated in the morphoclimatic zone of the Brazilian Caatinga, distinguished by the multiplicity of plant formations typical of the semi-arid regions of Northeast Brazil. The region’s plant species are primarily characterized by the loss of most of their leaves during the dry season, extending from May to December, serving to lend the landscape its silver hue. The region borders two major geological formations – the Maranhão-Piauí sediment basin and the peripheral depression of the São Francisco River – and is endowed with a diversity of relief vegetation and landscapes of breathtaking beauty and dotted with exceptional vistas of the surrounding valleys, mountains, and plains.

The area houses one of the most important archaeological sites in the Americas containing evidence and artefacts that have forced a sweeping re-evaluation of the fundamental traditional theories underpinning the origins of human settlement in the Americas.

Over 300 archaeological sites have been found within the park, the majority consisting of rock and wall paintings dating from 50,000-30,000 years Before Present. Many of the numerous rock shelters in the Serra da Capivara National Park are decorated with rock paintings, some more than 25,000 years old. The analyses and dating of the evidence and artefacts found in the Serra da Capivara National Park serve to confirm the millennial presence of human beings on the American continent and the importance of the heritage. (source: unesco). It became a World Heritage Site in 1991. Its head archaeologist is Niède Guidon. Its best known archaeological site is Pedra Furada.


In any season one can visit the Serra da Capivara National Park. The landscapes of the rainy season (locally called "winter") and dry season (locally called "summer") provide different experiences of environmental colors and the flora and fauna adaptations to life in the Caatinga. From January to July the weather is mild and the vegetation has leaves and flowers, providing a more shaded area for hiking. After the rains, one can observe temporary waterfalls along the escarpment. In May and June the vegetation gets red, yellow and brown hues announcing the loss of leaves. From August to November is the hottest time of the year and most of the vegetation has no leaves.


The park administration is headquartered in São Raimundo Nonato/PI, which is 26 km far from the access to Guardhouse Boqueirão da Pedra Furada and 19 km from the access to Guardhouse Serra Vermelha, both in the National Park's boundaries.


The best way to get to Serra da Capivara National Park is to go by plane to Petrolina/PE, and from there go about 300km to São Raimundo Nonato. The airport of Sao Raimundo Nonato is under construction, but the aistrip already receives small aircraft.

There is currently no public transportation from São Raimundo Nonato or Coronel José Dias to the park's entrances.

Source: bnbparks
Photos: Google

Tamanduá, photo André Pessoa