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Pilot Mountain

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North_America
Type.::.
Summit
Country.::.
United_States
Hits.::.
2570
State.::.
North_Carolina
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None
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Surry and Yadkin
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Public Place
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Pilot Mountain  
Elevation.::.
2421 ft  
Latitude.::.
362024N  
Longitude.::.
0802828W    

The StoneHead of Pilot Mountain.
Close up view of the dome part of the Mountain.
A greet view from the top of Pilot Mountain.
The StoneHead of Pilot Mountain.
Close up view of the dome part of the Mountain.
A greet view from the top of Pilot Mountain.

Pilot Mountain is an unusually shaped mountain located in Surry County, near the town of Pilot Mountain, in the north west corner of North Carolina. It stands alone in the surrounding plains east of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The mountain is mostly composed of quartz, feldspar, and granite. Pilot Mountain, called Jamoeke, or the home of thunder, is also home to raven spirits. Native people came to this mountain to commune with these Spirits. Ravens still live on Pilot Mountain and fly around the Stonehead with grace and dominance. The geomancy of Pilot Mountain is explained in the following quote.

"By placing the three anterior angles of the spherical tetrahedron on the major geothermal, and geomagnetic disturbances of the planet. This can be taken as the basic orientation for the rest of the grid. We then look for the major UVG triangle containing our location. For the mid-Atlantic states the UVG bio-region runs from off Bermuda to Hudson Bay, over to Alberta, and then back to Bermuda. The center line of this triangle, which acts as a conduit for the flow of the entire bio-region, runs through the saddle of an unusual geological formation in North Carolina called Pilot Mountain.

The Grid line (center line of the whole bio-region) runs between the dome and the hump-like escarpment three hundred yards away. This creates an enormous upwelling of energy. The energy of the line is thrown high into the atmosphere, forming a 45 miles-in-radius torus of energy as it falls back to earth. This circular area is organized by an extremely regular pattern of energy and yields twelve crisp UVG triangles. Immediately suggestive of a zodiacal pattern, the circular regularity of the bio-region and other propitious feng shui, point out the area's geomantic uniqueness. These unusual qualities made it an excellent choice for the location of an earth temple. If we take the greater bio-region's center line as the solstice line in our local zodiac, then each of the UVG triangles can be seen as a sign of the zodiac--the solstices being the cusps of Gemini / Cancer and Sagittarius / Capricorn. This gives us a new way to describe the quality of each component of the local bio-region, by relating the zodiacal attribution to its correspondences in other traditions and cultures." (Stayreality.com 1)

Pilot Mountain, because of its unique shape, height, and isolation, has long been a landmark for travelers in the area. This was also the Mount Pilot mentioned in the Andy Griffith TV Show.

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To the indigenous people historical to this area, the Saponi and Keauwee Indians, the mountain was called Jomeoke which meant something like "home of the thunder." Other names for the mountain include Mount Ararat, Stonehead Mountain, and The Stonehead.



The Raven Spirit lives on at Pilot Mountain.
The approach to Pilot Mountain from Winston Salem or south.
Close up view of the Stonehead.
The Raven Spirit lives on at Pilot Mountain.
The approach to Pilot Mountain from Winston Salem or south.
Close up view of the Stonehead.
   
   

Pilot Mountain State Park is located 24 miles north of Winston-Salem and 14 miles south of Mount Airy. From US 52, take the Pilot Mountain State Park exit and turn left or west. Then, turn at the park entrance, and follow the windy road to the summit.

Restrooms, Wheelchair Access, a short walk on a paved path to the scenic view of Pilot Mountain.If you want to get even closer, the trail to the top of Pilot Mountain is a moderate 1/2 mile round trip hike.

NC Division of Parks and Recreation :: 1792 Pilot Knob Park Road :: Pinnacle, NC 27043 :: 336.325.2355


The Energy Line runs through the valley between the main stonehead and the small peak to the left of the left of the dome.
The Energy Line runs through the valley between the main stonehead and the small peak to the left of the left of the dome.



 

How to Tap into the Planetary Grid Given the reality of the planetary grid, the question becomes: how do we tap into our local portion of it? The problem of locating the grid on the earth is solved by placing the three anterior angles of the spherical tetrahedron on the major geothermal, and geomagnetic disturbances of the planet. This can be taken as the basic orientation for the rest of the grid. We then look for the major UVG triangle containing our location. 
 BOLDBEGIN For the mid-Atlantic states the UVG bio-region runs from off Bermuda to Hudson Bay, over to Alberta, and then back to Bermuda. The center line of this triangle, which acts as a conduit for the flow of the entire bio-region, runs through the saddle of an unusual geological formation in North Carolina called Pilot Mountain. BOLDEND 
 An isolated peak dominated by a granite dome rising over 2000 feet from the valley floor, the mountain gained its name from its prominence as a landmark and vantage point. To the indigenous people historical to this area, the Saponi and Keauwee Indians, the mountain was called Jomeoke which meant something like "home of the thunder." Indian shamans from all over the eastern woodlands would visit the dome-like outcropping of quartz and feldspar riddled granite to commune with the raven spirits who dwelled there. The ravens are still there, but the Park Service frowns on climbing the dome. The Grid line (center line of the whole bio-region) runs between the dome and the hump-like escarpment three hundred yards away. This creates an enormous upwelling of energy. The energy of the line is thrown high into the atmosphere, forming a 45 miles-in-radius torus of energy as it falls back to earth. This circular area is organized by an extremely regular pattern of energy and yields twelve crisp UVG triangles. Immediately suggestive of a zodiacal pattern, the circular regularity of the bio-region and other propitious feng shui, point out the area's geomantic uniqueness. These unusual qualities made it an excellent choice for the location of an earth temple. If we take the greater bio-region's center line as the solstice line in our local zodiac, then each of the UVG triangles can be seen as a sign of the zodiac--the solstices being the cusps of Gemini / Cancer and Sagittarius / Capricorn. This gives us a new way to describe the quality of each component of the local bio-region, by relating the zodiacal attribution to its correspondences in other traditions and cultures. 



 




Pilot Mountain is an unusually shaped mountain located in Surry County, near the town of Pilot Mountain, in the north west corner of North Carolina. It stands alone in the surrounding plains east of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The mountain is mostly composed of quartz, feldspar, and granite. Pilot Mountain, called Jamoeke, or the home of thunder, is also home to raven spirits. Native people came to this mountain to commune with these Spirits. Ravens still live on Pilot Mountain and fly around the Stonehead with grace and dominance. The geomancy of Pilot Mountain is explained in the following quote. "By placing the three anterior angles of the spherical tetrahedron on the major geothermal, and geomagnetic disturbances of the planet. This can be taken as the basic orientation for the rest of the grid. We then look for the major UVG triangle containing our location. For the mid-Atlantic states the UVG bio-region runs from off Bermuda to Hudson Bay, over to Alberta, and then back to Bermuda. The center line of this triangle, which acts as a conduit for the flow of the entire bio-region, runs through the saddle of an unusual geological formation in North Carolina called Pilot Mountain. The Grid line (center line of the whole bio-region) runs between the dome and the hump-like escarpment three hundred yards away. This creates an enormous upwelling of energy. The energy of the line is thrown high into the atmosphere, forming a 45 miles-in-radius torus of energy as it falls back to earth. This circular area is organized by an extremely regular pattern of energy and yields twelve crisp UVG triangles. Immediately suggestive of a zodiacal pattern, the circular regularity of the bio-region and other propitious feng shui, point out the area's geomantic uniqueness. These unusual qualities made it an excellent choice for the location of an earth temple. If we take the greater bio-region's center line as the solstice line in our local zodiac, then each of the UVG triangles can be seen as a sign of the zodiac--the solstices being the cusps of Gemini / Cancer and Sagittarius / Capricorn. This gives us a new way to describe the quality of each component of the local bio-region, by relating the zodiacal attribution to its correspondences in other traditions and cultures." (Stayreality.com 1) Pilot Mountain, because of its unique shape, height, and isolation, has long been a landmark for travelers in the area. This was also the Mount Pilot mentioned in the Andy Griffith TV Show.
 

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