Point Udall is at the east end of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, it is the easternmost point (by travel, not longitude) of the United States at 17°45′20″ North and 64°33′55″ East. It was named in 1969 for Stewart Udall, United States Secretary of the Interior under Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson.
This giant sundial known as the Millennium Monument, designed by William Bill Rich from St. John, was built above Point Udall for the New Year’s celebration in 2000 — it marks the azimuth of the first U.S. sunrise of that year. From the monument, an informal trail of moderate difficulty leads down to the point, composed primarily of uplifted and rotated volcanic and sedimentary rocks of Upper Cretaceous origin.
Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to certain geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions. It is associated with the belief that a god is the geometer of the world.
Among locals and visitors alike, Point Udall is the place to welcome a sunrise or a full moon. Sacred gatherings are held there due to the high energetic vibration. You will see yoga, hear drumming and sometimes witness a sunrise wedding
President-Elect Joe Biden at Point Udall in 2019
President Joe Biden comes to the island to relax