Ley-lines: (‘Ley’,’lea’ – ‘A clearing’)
(‘Heilige Linien’ to the Germans ‘Fairy paths’ to the Irish, ‘Dragon Lines’ to the Chinese, ‘Spirit Lines’ to Peruvians and ‘Song Paths’ to the Australian Aborigines – and so on around the world).
Ley lines (/leɪ/) refer to straight alignments drawn between various historic structures and prominent landmarks. The idea was developed in early 20th-century Europe, with ley line believers arguing that these alignments were recognised by ancient societies that deliberately erected structures along them. Since the 1960s, members of the Earth Mysteries movement and other esoteric traditions have commonly believed that such ley lines demarcate ‘earth energies’ and serve as guides for alien spacecraft.
Everything you need to know - Earth Energy
Earth Energy Lines run along the surface of the planet taking energy to where it is needed. They are prevalent at sacred and holy sites where many of the lines will cross to give the area a ‘special feel’ or ‘buzz’.
Energy Channels are found in pairs and normally designated as male and female energy currents. The most famous examples of which are the Michael and Mary line, dowsed by Hamish Miller and Paul Broadhurst. Rather like fault lines they are also found running through many sacred or holy sites, like Glastonbury. Once again, they give that special feel or buzz to a site, especially where they cross, normally at a hallowed place, often Pagan in origin.
An introduction to Ley Lines
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The Keys to The Temple
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Ley Lines, Labyrinths and Stone Circles
There are many Ley Lines traversing the country [UK] and an equal number of theories concerned with their meaning, purpose, or properties.
Some say they feel healing directed from angels to the lines; others state that they are lines of magnetic Earth Energy detectable by dowsing.
Roman roads often follow ancient tracks that were built along ley lines.