Are you drawn to certain locations like Machu Picchu? There may be something to it.

Each site has its own frequency and alignments. Many ancient sites like Machu Picchu, Peru are built on locations that are connected to powerful earth energy streams. You can access those blessings through the sacred site art of Susan Tower and the unique activations infused into each image.

When you stand before this temple, you'll see enormous stones puzzled together so seamlessly as to challenge our modern understanding of what is possible. In addition, their unique trapezoid shapes seem to be effective in withstanding earthquakes over time. While exploring Machu Pichu, you will find many references to a triple theme like the Temple of Three Windows. One understanding refers to the trinity of: the higher-self, the conscious mind, and the subconscious.


This sacred site painting emits the energy of stability over time, foresight and the integration of the trinity of ancient teachings.

A sacred site painting by Susan Tower, emanates a resonance of alignment that enhances your living space. This beautiful canvas art print of a Machu Picchu painting is 12"x16"and printed with vivid, fade-resistant inks. After it’s printed, it is hand-stretched onto solid wood stretcher bars and finished with a matte coating. Sold Unframed.

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Please note: These 12"x16" canvas art prints are made-to-order in the USA and shipped from the manufacturer. They are usually printed and in the mail within a few business days of purchase. However, there may be delays because of Covid, so please give 2-3 weeks to receive your canvas print.

Temple of 3 Windows, Machu Picchu painting canvas print 12x16

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  • Display your sacred site art print out of direct sunlight to preserve the printed colors and prevent fading over time.

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