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Welcome to Mt Shasta Spirit, the portal destination for everything spiritual about Mt. Shasta. Freely check out all this wonderful information, and please share your own personal spiritual experiences you may have had on this majestic, magical mountain of the west. Truly a unique destination spot for all things spiritual. Also check out my article about a very special place on Shasta. Enjoy!  –  Desiree Sanger



Shasta SunsetMt. Shasta, part of the Cascade Range in northern California, has been compared to Mt. Fuji for its great beauty and sacred importance. The mountain has long been revered by the Native Americans of the area, who regard it as the center of creation. In recent decades it has also attracted New Age followers, who believe the mountain to be a source of mystical power …



Guy BallardPerhaps the most intriguing legend associated with our mountain concerns Guy Ballard’s claim to have met the Ascended Master Saint Germain in 1930 while hiking on the mountain. Ballard’s encounter, as well as subsequent interactions with Ascended Masters, were published under the pseudonym of Godfre Ray King in a series of books that now serve (along with The Bible) as the texts for the “I AM” religious activity …



ShastaPerhaps the most popular example of Mount Shasta lore, and a legend involving the first claim by non-Native Americans for a spiritual connection with the mountain, concerns the mystical brotherhood believed to roam through jeweled corridors deep inside the mountain. According to Miesse, “In the mid-19th Century paleontologists coined the term “Lemuria” to describe a hypothetical continent, bridging the Indian Ocean, which would have explained the migration of lemurs from Madagascar to India …



Grizzly on Mt ShastaBefore people were on the Earth, the Chief of the Great Sky Spirits grew tired of his home in the Above World because it was always cold. So he made a hole in the sky by turning a stone around and around. Through the hole he pushed snow and ice until he made a big mound. This mound was Mount Shasta. Then Sky Spirit stepped from the sky to the mountain and walked down. When he got about halfway down, he thought: “On this mountain there should be trees.” So he put his finger down and everywhere he touched, up sprang trees …



Mt ShastaMount Shasta is the most widely known sacred site of California. Towering above the Cascade foothills, Shasta is surrounded by five glaciers that hold it in place. This sacred mountain emits such a strong energy pattern, that satellite photos show an atmospheric hole over its peak. Because of the strong geophysical forces within the mountain, there are steam vents, hot and cold springs, purification sites, electrical centers and caverns that have been used as power spots by the indigenous natives for hundreds of years …



ShastaOn our first trip to Mt. Shasta, we all stayed at a hotel on the side of the mountain. There were three of us: myself, my wife and our good friend, Paul. I had awakened from my slumber at about 6 a.m. as we were going to go hiking on the mountain that day. As I was waking up, I became instantly aware that I had heard a very strange and unusual music just before awakening. It wasn’t like hearing with my ears, but like hearing music from another room being played very, very softly. I describe the experience as having the music played directly to my soul …



ShastaGoing over my emails, I received this email from Deb Gibble on Mount Shasta: “One night recently, on Coast to Coast AM, a guy called in and said he was hiking alone in the Trinity Alps area or somewhere up there where he had a good view of Shasta, and he saw not one but two F15′s fly INTO the mountain. It’s like the mountain opened up and they went in and the door closed, like Aladdin’s cave or the Pied Piper or something! The reason he called in is people were speculating where Steve Fossett might be, and the man was suggesting Fossett’s plane, too, might have been swallowed up …