The holy mountains of the world

One of the activities of The Aetherius Society is the radiation of spiritual energy to the world through individuals and groups using the simple expediency of prayer.

Operation Starlight

In a mission called Operation Starlight, Dr George King was used as a channel to place a powerful charge of Cosmic Energy into 18 of 19 mountains around the world. Each of these holy mountains received a specific energy. These energies are vital to the human race and were put there so that people could access them through spiritual ritual such as prayer.

We all have access to the free flowing energies of the Cosmos known by many names: prana, qi, or universal life force to name a few. One of the problems we have on earth is that the higher forms of this God created energy are in short supply. Mankind as a whole has, through wrong thought and action, brought about a distortion of the subtle energy fields surrounding this planet. This means that the vital energies coming from the Cosmos are, to a large extent, reflected back into space. Operation Starlight was designed to relieve some of this problem. Find out more about Mt Wakefield, New Zealand’s holy mountain.

Pilgrims praying on Mt Wakefield

Pilgrims praying on Mt Wakefield

The 19 holy mountains of the world


  • Holdstone Down, North Devonshire, England
  • Brown Willy, Cornwall, England
  • Ben Hope, Sutherland, Scotland
  • Creag an Leth-choin, Strathspey, Scotland
  • Old Man, Cumbria, England
  • Pen y Fan, South Wales
  • Carnedd Llewelyn, Gwynedd, Wales
  • Kinder Scout, Derbyshire, England
  • Yes Tor, Devonshire, England


  • Mount Baldy, Southern California, USA
  • Mount Tallac, Northern California, USA
  • Mount Adams, New Hampshire, USA
  • Castle Peak, Colorado, USA


  • Mount Kosciuszko, New South Wales, Australia
  • Mount Rams Head, New South Wales, Australia

New Zealand


  • Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Africa


  • Mederger Flue, Swiss Alps, Switzerland


  • Le Nid D’Aigle, near Mont Blanc, France