Chuck is a visionary, designer, eco-artist, and author - is the founder and owner of Earth Sanctuary, a 72-acre nature reserve and meditation parkland on Whidbey Island in the State of Washington in the US.
|Author of the book: Secrets of Sacred Space: Discover and Create Places of Power, over the past 35 years Chuck has built numerous environmental artworks, among them labyrinths and stone circles.|
In 1977 he built the Ellis Hollow Stone Circle, the first energetically and astronomically aligned stone circle in the United States.
In 1987 he created the "Seattle Ley-Line Map," utilizing a grant that the Geo Group (of which he is a founding member) won from the Seattle Arts Commission. The map, displaying ley lines that run through Seattle, is part of Seattle City Light's 1% for Art Portable Works Collection. For more information, visit the Geo Group web site.
Earth Sanctuary, founded in 2000, includes a number of sacred spaces including the tallest modern standing stone (21 feet), the tallest stone circle (19 feet), a labyrinth, dolmen, Native American Medicine Wheel and many cairns and other eco-art pieces.
Earth Sanctuary is open every day of the year during daylight hours. Admission is $7/person. The Earth Sanctuary Retreat House is available for people who would like to do a spiritual retreat while visiting Earth Sanctuary.
Chuck also provides geopathic clearing services.
Chuck Pettis resides near Seattle, Washington, on Whidbey Island. He can be reached at
or via email at: cpettis [at] earthsanctuary [dot] org
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