The interaction between humans and nature is profound, and each affects the other. Here are a large number of third eye and portal trees located on the campus of Swarthmore College, in Swarthmore, PA – my alma mater. The renown Scott Arboretum is housed throughout the campus, and nature and academia freely intermingle.
This academically-challenging, social activism college seriously values the importance of the mind, and of intellectual development. It is, then, small wonder that there predominates on this campus numerous trees that manifest this approach to life on earth.
There are an unusual number of trees with powerful eye configurations on the Swarthmore College campus, because the third eye is the energetic seat of intellectual knowledge. There are also an unusual number of trees with well-developed holes or portals, because the college trains its students to break with ordinary preconceptions and explore new approaches to all fields of knowledge. On an energetic level, this means travel between dimensions – or travel through portals and gateways. The trees therefore sometimes manifest a portal eye (for seeing), and sometimes a mouth (for speaking what is learned).
Compare the natural growth of these trees to the forked trees at Fabyan Preserve that I’ve written about. Colonel Fabyan owned a tuning fork factory across the road from his home – and his interests manifested far different results.