Chuck Pettis

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.

Ellis Stone Ring 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

(360) 331-6667

or via email at: cpettis [at] earthsanctuary [dot] org


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