|From the "Eggberg" we could
already see the next exploration target,
the biggest tower of all. (Jungholz, 800
|We visited this one during a long
day's walk. We took a walk along the perimeter
fence and admired the huge anchors for the guy
cables. Everywhere were signs: Look out for
falling ice!. But there was no sign with
the name of the installation.
||Again everything was locked and deserted.
This was quite a big facility and it had an eerie
atmosphere all those closed humming
buildings in the bright sunlight.
|I would have liked to stay
longer, but my wife was waiting for me we
had left her in the word with her thick detective
novel. She wasnt interested in tramping
through the fields just to see a tower that she
could see from miles away anyway
small bunker was an extra bonus. It was from
1961, could it belong to the tower?
|In the holidays I had been
reading German books about power places.
(Quote: Power places have the power to heal
the body, enlighten the mind, increase
creativity, develop psychic abilities, and awaken
the soul to a knowing of its true purpose in
life.). Usually these are of natural
origin: big stones, remarkable trees, river
But I was
wondering: Why cant an artificial
site be a power place? Why should a transmission
tower be a source of negative energy? Didnt
I feel stimulated and revitalized after visiting
the radio towers?
This is an example of a classic
place of power, the mysterious Solfelsen.
Actually it is just a few hundred meters distant
from the tall transmission tower!
||According to the book Magical
Schwarzwald: The whole place has a
magical atmosphere and is especially suited for
tree-meditations. Almost all the trees of the
Celtic calendar are present here.
- Umspannwerk Kühmoos
(großes Umspannwerk für 380kV, 220kV,
- Sendeturm der Deutschen
Telekom AG zwischen Bergalingen und
Jungholz (Geographische Koordinaten:
7°56'55" östliche Länge,
47°36'12" nördliche Breite)