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40 41 A ley line is essentially a straight alignment of at least four significant or sacred sites. They were named by Alfred Watkins who was the first man to notice that there were lots of them all over the countryside opposite top. While volumes have been written about the significance of these lineups the main interest for dowsers is with the energy flows which weave around the lines and pulse in the sacred sites. Its almost as though the ley lines are there as pointers to places of power. The old people, who knew a thing or two about power points, went to enormous lengths moving great stones around the countryside to mark them with sophisticated geometrical structures. Every energy line is made up from a marginally different set of frequencies giving each a signature which can, with practice, be identified by a dowser as easily as a favourite label on a shelf. They are the earths equivalent of our nervous and meridian systems and throb to the rhythms of the universe. Undulating across the countryside in pairs, one polarity tends to hug the higher ranges and hilltops while the other seeks out valleys, plains and water. The combined energies of their sporadic meetings create spiritually uplifting backwaters of balanced purity which have a profound effect on the biomagnetic fields around our bodies. For ages Far Eastern cultures have been aware of the importance of these delicate energies and have developed sophisticated expertise in their use in feng shui. . ley eNerGy lINeS the earth is listening Above Leys around Stonehenge, as drawn by the discoverer of ley lines, Alfred Watkins. Below The Michael Line of ancient sacred sites across the south of England, with its two currents.
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