Energy Spots and Leylines in the Philippines (WIP 4EVER)

This is basically a bucketlist of mine.

You know how they’ve mapped out the chakra systems of the earth? Check here for a crashcourse on leylines

PHILIPPINES LITERALLY LOOKS LIKE A PERSON. I’m not that good at dowsing rods but I’m pretty sure we got some kind of every grid leylines something going on and I plan to map it out. I’m clairsentient and can verify the auras places have but not in the scale of city regions and country- you know what I’m saying? I’m good at reading people’s auras, most of the time it happens without me even thinking but places have special place in my heart.

Positive energy vortices tend to (predictably) gather around mountains and we’ve got sites of tragedies being just generally black holes.


Also one of the sure fire holy sites I tend to see is when a host is exposed in church. Though honestly I’ve seen the same nice energies in taoist and buddhist temples so this is not really religion specific. In fact a lot of esoteric texts usually go around saying that ancient priests would build temples in sites they know are energetically good/ portals.

Or even hindu temple practice has temples being built over places where enlightened people reached enlightenment. Such an action just rips?changes the fabric of that location. I mean even I can tell my personal meditation spot has a different aura to it, what more an enlightened person ? — I’m just having a difficult time identifying locational energies that are WAY older than a single culture praying/or doing something there ie: ganges river or sites of mass murder. Leylines should be here for millenia, almost naturally occurring. Can be affected by man, yes, but should be there regardless if people mess with it or not.

People can and may tend to gather around lines and spots consciously or unconsciously aware of the energies who knows ?

Also katipunan road is a leyline? also EDSA?or are they just kidding? I’m not sensitive enough (yet) to verify claims so please


good juju:

mt makiling


traditional sacred spaces like church grounds or healing sites like padre pio

*These need to be tapped into mind you, because when you’re up in the mountain with just a crazy mountaineering group, you can’t really get into a headspace to commune with a mountain.

bad juju (stagnated):

mt. samat ?? * A lot of people died here, and a lot of ghost sighting are cited here.

Quiapo is a special mention as a place of magic but I don’t know exactly how to categorize this as it’s just generally a chaotic and intense area. It’s the oldest chinatown in the world. People sell a lot of voodoo wares alongside religious things, and there’s a lot of hustle and bustle for people trying to get good prices from the market. It’s very raw.

REPORT/CONFIRMATION 1: UP Sunken Garden as Energy Center

I saw this in a dream. People fully clothed dipping in a sunken , flooded basin, as large as several basketball courts. And walking in and out of it peacefully, like the way hindus do when they dip in sacred waters and walk around in temples. The next day I met sir bong in a dance class- he’s this full blown esoteric, huge ass aura, makes his own clothes from hemp fabric and seems to speak in poems and riddles. His presence was so healing and magical and one of the things he told me was to listen to my dreams. When I asked him if UP had any special energy spots (other than being the lungs of quezon city with all our trees) he said sunken garden. And I’m like THAT WAS the water/chi my dream images were taking a bath in! There’s also a lot of gossip around UP about sunken garden being an energy spot – so I’m giving this a confirmed status alright ?

REPORT/CONFIRMATION 2: Mt. Pulag as Heart Chakra

According to MT.Pulag is a heart mini-chakra of the world. What’s funny is colloquially there’s a thing (in Manila at least) that say if you’re heartbroken or searching for meaning you can go climb up Mt. Pulag. It’s gorgeous and it’s a famous peak in the philippines since you can be above the clouds. The heartbreak trope is even documented in a few sappy romance flicks. So I find it funny that it’s classified as a heart chakra.

Also filipinos are historically are very tolerant and welcoming to people with foreign blood. Esoterically, the heart is linked to openess and to the palms of your hands. I’ve experienced this personally when my heart chakra ripped open and I felt tingles all over my hands. Also reading my own aura I noticed my hand chakra centers got bigger, my hands felt bigger and it was easier to channel energy through my hands as an energy healer. So maybe heart chakras for filipinos really do make sense ? If you see the map of the philippines as a person mt pulag is right smack into the 3rd chakra.


Leyline Grid Ellipse surrounding point 15 coincides with the pacific ring of fire. See also how the webbing traces the top and bottom ends of the country perfectly. Here’s the official map of Philippine Fault Lines:


Taoist inner alchemy/ chakra map for reference.

REPORT/CONFIRMATION 4: Navel Chkara of the Philippines

You can definitely see the spine of the person can’t you ? To people who are unfamiliar with local legends of how the philippines was made, the archipelago is basically a sleeping giant. Now if you look at one of the active faults of where the giant’s stomach should be, it falls on the island of leyte. Which is famous for Kulam, basically magic and warlocks, witchdoctors. There are also a lot of aswang (local shapeshifter evil entity thing) that’s reported here.

Interestingly enough ! Just above it is Samar and Sorsogon (Masbate Fault), has the highest number of faith healers residents. And these are not just the praying hands sort, these are the psychic surgery level kind of people. I’ve personally never been there but I’ve read local books on the accounts. They seem, eerily logical.


For people not familiar with out map, where the throat of the giant is, is where the nation’s capital resides. Manila, draw your own conclusions if we have one of the world’s megacities being on it. But also see where the male dragon/yang line of this map crosses:chakras-2.jpg

REPORT/CONFIRMATION 5: Root Chakra of the Philippines

Also check out Lanao Fault, that literally on Marawi City, which is where the recent outbreak of war between ” Philippine government security forces and militants affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), including the Maute and Abu Sayyaf Salafi jihadist groups” happened. It’s also where the root chakra would be, which is where issues towards safety and security would be concerned about. Also money. Mindanao, which is the southern island group of the Philippines, has our biggest underground reserves of gold. So this lines up pretty well in terms of chakra associations.

Here’s a summary so far:

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Let me know in the comments if you have guesses, stories, alignments for the sacral, heart and crown chakra. The ones on the map are more visual guesses, and don’t really hit a big confirmation for me.


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26 thoughts on “Energy Spots and Leylines in the Philippines (WIP 4EVER)

      1. I already went to Uluru, Mt Fuji and Mt Shasta.

        Hopefully Egypt and Peru next year =)

        I wonder if there are any Pinoy groups that are interested in sacred tours?

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        1. This is interesting. I would love to join a sacred tour. But I think we need to be cautious. Low vibration entities attach to persons with low vibration energies.


      2. I already went to Uluru, Mt Fuji and Mt Shasta.

        Hopefully Egypt and Peru next year =)

        I wonder if there are any Pinoy groups that are interested in sacred tours?


    1. During the Holy Week, just a few miles from Mt. Makiling, there are 2 adjacent mystic mountains namely Mt. Banahaw and Mt. Cristobal. The former is where people convene to cleanse and renew their spiritual powers and home to some fringe religious groups. If you are sensitive you may find vortex areas in that mountain. I don’t know if the mountain is closed because there was a forest fire that happened a few years ago.
      On the other side of the coin is Mt. Cristobal, aka the Devil’s Mountain. Locals and mountaineers do not go to that area because of unexplained negative incidents that happened there.
      Likewise, these mountains are believed to house elementals (faries, dwarves etl al.) and extra-terrestrial.

      For additional info:


  1. This is very interesting. As someone who’s also studying the mystical sites of the Philippines, I find this info refreshing. However, I would like to add my insights on this.

    Firstly, about the chakra points in the Philippines, somehow I feel like it’s not just concentrated in one place. It also has a wide area covered. I have to take for example Manila as the throat chakra. I have to agree that it is a hotspot but I think this part also covers most of Metro Manila. As the capital location of the Philippines, the commerce and “communication” network is concentrated here.

    As for the Crown chakra, I believe it’s concentrated in the area encompassing Pagudpud, Laoag and Paoay. I went to this place and it has very high concentrated energy. The late president Marcos had an esoteric background and I can’t blame him for making Paoay his home. Many thought that Ferdinand Marcos wanted to go to Hawaii before his death but they misheard for “Paoay”.

    As for the Ajna chakra, I agree with you on Mt. Pulag. No need to elaborate.

    As for the Anahtha chakra, the concentration is at Naga City in Bicol region. Naga is the Sanskrit term for “serpent”. The third thoracic ganglia is an important point where the Kundalini energy passes through.

    As for the solar plexus chakra, it is concentrated in Cebu but it also encompasses the area within it including Bohol and Siquijor and Negros island. It is where many learned mages and esoteric schools can be found but they’re not that visible while dark arts are practiced in Siquijor and parts of Bohol. These areas have many mystical islands. Why Cebu is the solar plexus chakra. Looking the Philippine history, many cite Cebu as the entryway of the Philippines despite being surrounded by other Visayas islands. This is noteworthy considering the solar plexus chakra is the portal of energy from the outside source.

    I believe you have stated Leyte-Samar area as the solar plexus chakra on your blog. I am also contemplating this as this area especially Samar has a powerful adept and has many large cave networks that are seemingly entrances to Inner Earth. There is also a mystical city in this area in another dimension called Biringan City. The thing is these areas are part of the backbone of the Philippines in connection to Naga City, the anahatha chakra, the third thoracic ganglia. But the concentration of leyline is very strong in this part in the same vein as the Kundalini energy of the Philippines flows here.

    Meanwhile, the sacral chakra encompasses Cagayan de Oro, parts of Bukidnon, Iligan and Marawi City. But the concentration is at Lake Lanao which is very close to Marawi. Lake Lanao is like Lake Titicaca in South America, which is the sexual chakra of Earth.

    Now, the root chakra is very tricky. I initially thought that it’s General Santos City. But the thing is the highest elevation in the Philippines happens to be Mt. Apo, which has a very strong concentrated energy. While Mt. Pulag is the highest elevation in Luzon and is the Ajna chakra, the country must also have a steady foundation with a high concentrated energy and it’s where one can find in Mt. Apo. Apo is the Filipino term for “old man”, the root of a certain generation.

    I hope this info helps. Thank you!

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    1. Love how detailed this is! Yes I agree that the chakras may be more spread out.

      THROAT – Note that the two largest mass media networks are located in metro manila.

      CROWN – I did not know this! thanks for adding it. I’ll edit my article to refer to your comment.

      HEART – Bicol! Interesting, the Naga mythos is actually pretty consistent in the austronesian linguistic and cultural continent

      SOLAR – Good argument for Cebu, it’s definitely a large port city. Plus the soil there is mostly limestone, very “hot”. Solar plexus being a heat battery I think Cebu being covered by this chakra would also make sense. And yes Biringan city is a good argument for Samar-Leyte. Maybe the Solar Plexus chakra is larger than the others since, this is typically described it in esoteric systems.

      SACRAL – Cagayan de Oro is also a port city, so I would agree that it could be a spot. How does a lake exactly exude sexual energy? Though from a purely aesthetic standpoint lake lanao, seems to be almost like a vagina?? if the “sleeping giant” of the Philippines were a girl. Then!

      ROOT – Then! Your Mt. Apo as root would make so much sense, since it would be at the “rectum” area of the giant or the tail bone. Which would be anatomically consistent with the sleeping giant mythos, and mountains as strong energy areas. I think I only really gravitated toward labeling marawi as ROOT CHAKRA , since war is definitely a root chakra issue.

      I’m interested in projecting more earthquake fault lines to try to overlay the giant’s energetic system and our geographic maps. But otherwise, YES, I think you’re pretty spot on


      1. Thank you. Sorry for some errors in spelling and punctuation. I couldn’t find any edit button.

        As for Lake Lanao being the sacral chakra, this is something I have contemplated. There have been theories that underneath Lake Lanao and within that body of water, one can find certain precious items. It’s in the sacral chakra where you can find the “bounty”. Another thing is that the sacral chakra correlates with the “liquid”, the essence. In a male body, the prostrate is the spot for this chakra, where the “liquid essence” is produced and stored. So Lake Lanao being the sacral chakra doesn’t necessarily imply that Philippines is feminine. Rather, it is a country that can balance the feminine and masculine aspects.

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        1. True! I’ve read about the prostrate, essence correlation from chinese medicine. I wasn’t implying exactly that the philippines was feminine it’s just the closest correlation I could think of!


    2. Wow, thank you for your insights. I have just been aware of ley lines recently, though I have encountered the term in some videos before, but at this moment, I have been drawn to it. I have also been doing yoga, meditation and chakra balancing for more than a year now, and I find it interesting about the chakras of the earth and our country, in particular. I am getting more interested about this, and I want to learn more. I have always been attracted to Ilocos Norte, especially Pagudpud. And you mention it about being the Crown Chakra of the Philippines, now it makes sense.


  2. Why I believe the area around Pagudpud, Paoay and Laoag including Bangui compose the Crown chakra of the Philippines because of these factors:

    1. The desert-like landscape of Laoag and Paoay alludes to the bald part of the head;
    2. Pagudpud is situated in an area where the Easterly wind meets the Westerly wind. This results into a vortex. The crown chakra, when activates, creates a strong vortex to a being and could affect the elements around him/her unless he/she has control of these elements.
    3. The wind farm in Bangui is an allusion to the thousand-petalled lotus of the crown chakra though I couldn’t say the number of windmills have reached a thousand.
    4. Ilocos Norte seems to be the Crown chakra of the Philippines. Politically, the Marcoses seemingly holds this part of the Philippines for a certain reason and esoterically that could be the reason as they still retain influence within the political and economic aspects of the country. Hopefully, changes for the good will happen if they still retain this power.

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  3. This is actually pretty good.
    If I’m not the only one who thought of the Philippines being intertwined with ley lines and mystical energy, I think this hypothesis could actually reach a high level of legit-ness (sorry, not a real word).
    Plus, the amount of supernatural phenomena (aswang, diwata, engkanto, etc.) in the Philippines and its affinities with nature are just too blatant not to think of it as anything but mystical.
    You guys are great.

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  4. One more thing (I don’t know if this helps, though):
    In Western Visayas, in a municipality in Capiz, there’s this semi-hollow rock formation called Puting Bato Cave which means “White Rock”. A lot of locals say there’s a cave system inside – which is highly likely because there’s also another rock formation opposite it which has an accessible cave system called the Balisong Cave; Balisong Cave and Puting Bato are literally located on either sides of the highway – but not many locals dare tread Puting Bato because of the stories.
    They say if you go inside, you’ll be treated with seemingly-malevolent apparitions that’ll eventually cause your getting lost in there. But one account tells of a healer that frequents the caves to gather healing materials. She doesn’t get the materials from the cave, tho. She only uses the cave to travel to Isla Higantes (Island of Giants). It’s a real place, you can Google it. It’s a tourist spot actually. The thing here is that Isla Higantes is in Iloilo while Puting Bato is in Capiz – THE TWO ARE LITERALLY A PROVINCE AWAY FROM EACH OTHER! This, of course, breeds the rumor that there is a portal inside Puting Bato.
    P.S. Both Balisong and Puting Bato Caves are limestone.
    P.P.S. Balisong Cave was where the locals hid and defended themselves from invading Spaniards centuries ago. It’s the site of the Battle of Balisong.
    P.P.P.S. I only thought this to be important because you guys mentioned the Solar Plexus Chakra being perhaps in Cebu but could also be in Samar-Leyte. I assumed this would help demarcate the diameter of the Chakra point more clearly.

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  5. Based on everything I’ve read in this article and all comments before this one, I’ve made a map of the Philippines with possible area coverage of each chakral areas, including UP Sunken Garden at center of throat chakra (to be updated based on latest information together with all presented info here, and I also stand to be corrected, all for precision 🙂).
    Love and light.


  6. I think the energy within the ley lines specifically where they intersect can be used by us to strengthen our body.

    Lol!!! Just like xianxia novels the energy is called spirit enery/qi will what can you say I’m a big fan of cultivators!!!! 😄😄😄


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