Post by Wes Gear on May 14, 2021 23:24:45 GMT 10
Earth Energy Grid.
The first time I recognized a pattern in the landscape, happened in Wiltshire (England). Somebody showed me on a map of the region, the fact, that a straight line could be drawn, starting at Salisbury Cathedral, passing Old Sarum (a Norman-ford) and then crossing the neo-lithic monuments of Stonehenge, Avebury and beyond. That's how far my map went, but this “leyline” could be traced all across the English country-side.
Nowadays you can trace these leylines by connecting the churches. Most of the time they were build on ancient sites, of religious, pagan character. Often, Christian missionairies cut down holy oaks, to proof, that the pagan Gods didn't interfere and started building a (wooden) church on this “unholy” ground. Ironically the first churches were build using the holy oaks, home of demons and gods, as their main material.
But what if you draw a straight line from Easter Island to Gizeh and back to Easter Island again. It will shock you, how many important ancient sites are connected in this way.
Starting at Easter Island, the most isolated ancient, archeological site, we pass Nazca, Ollantay Tambo, Machu Pichu, Guzco, Mali (the Dogon Lands; a tribe which knew the Sirius-constellation long before it was officially discovered); Tassili N'jaher (the famous cave-paintings of space-visitors in Algeria), Siwa (the Amon-oracle, that was visited by Alexander the Great); Petra, the famous “hidden city” and mentioned in the Bible as a place where giants dwelled; Ur, one of the first cities in Mesopatamia; Persepolis, the core of Persian art and religion (burned down by Alexander's troops), Mohendje Daro in Pakistan, where writings are unearthed that resemble those of Easter Island, next, 3 places where the Gods reside: Khajuraho (India), Pyay (Birma) and Sukothai (Thailand). The last monument we meet on our trip around the world, is the famous templecomplex of Aqngkor Wat in Cambodia.
Do you think, that this is all a coincidence? I don't. Even though the monuments date from different periods, they were all built on the remains and ruins of the foundations older, even more advanced cultures, who constructed Stonehenge, the Sfinx or the Borubudur. It gives our idea of global connections deeper meaning and it stretches the human history back to the Ice Age and possibly far further back; reaching into the solar system and beyond.
Scientifically speaking, Ley lines are like an energy grid system. They are often straight and move along in all directions. They connect various places of ancient religious and spiritual significance, often including human-made megastructures.
Spiritually speaking, these paths were known to almost all ancient civilizations. For example, to the Germans, these were known as “Heilige Linien”, to the Irish, “Fairy paths”, to the Chinese, “Dragon Lines”, to the Peruvians, “Spirit Lines”, and to the Australian Aborigines, “Song Paths”. These routes and landscapes are believed to have spiritual significance.
In 1929 the term Ley lines first held its importance. If you take a closer look at the world map then you can see that many important structures are at a straight line path from each other. Not only that the distance between them is also geometrically meaningful. For example the Stonehenge, Great Pyramids of Egypt, and Great Wall of China.
Many people believe that Ley Lines are grid lines of Earth which hold the energies of Earth. There are many theories behind the puzzle of Ley Lines or The Old Straight Track. Below are a few to sate your curiosity.