Earth Energies

~~ LEY LINES ~~

  Ley lines are lines of vril energy running over-ground in straight lines, often reflected in ancient track-way lines and alignments of prehistoric and historic sacred sites in the landscape.
  Ley lines are properly defined as straight over-ground vril energy lines that echo the sinuous paths of larger underground rivers. They carry morphogenic energy called Vril along the earth’s surface vibrate at different frequencies. As they cross the earth’s surface, they change in frequencies as they pass through different geographic landscapes. Mountains, valleys, hills, forests, deserts, rivers, underground running water underground water, etc…, will affect the nature of the earth energy currents. This energy will mix with the morphogenic energy fields of all living things, both fauna and floor, and thus can affect and even transform or transmutate the organisms that inhabit a specific landscape.
Straight lines in the landscape can be divided into three types:

– The first are represented by lines of one or other of the global geomagnetic grids.
– A second type of line is exemplified by the patterns of underground energy currents.
– A third type of line are the over ground lines of energy, straight over perhaps 60 miles with slight changes of path over longer distances, which echo the sinuous paths of underground rivers across the earth.

  These carry energy of various types and levels, and can be worked via key points either as part of a program of regular maintenance for the spiritual hygiene of a land, or as a specific therapeutic action.
Perhaps the most famous Ley line in Britain is the ‘Michael and Mary’ line, which runs across England from St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall to Hopton in Norfolk. Twin underground water currents, known as the Michael and Mary lines after the number of churches dedicated to either Mary or St. Michael found upon them, run with a central over ground Ley across England, oriented to Mayday sunrise. This reveals the primal ‘Caduceus’ pattern that can be found within all such energy lines.

  These energy pathways are less comfortable for secular living, and houses built on them are generally a thoroughfare for all manner of spirits. Properties presenting spirit disturbances are often found to be on one or a crossing of ley-lines, as well as having underground water lines.

  Global geomagnetic grids, of which there are several, follow laws of symmetry and direction. They are thought to arise from the earth’s magnetic field as a form of vertical, and sometimes horizontal, radiation. Researchers have found on the lines changes in the earth’s magnetic field, the intensity of the electrical conductivity of the ground, variations in ultra-shortwave receptions, increases in positive ions, differences in blood sedimentation rate, and over some grid lines increased gamma radiation.

 

 When they intercept, the point of interception forms vortex and can radically transform the DNA, genes of all living things that inhabit the region for long periods of time. Within 50 to 100 generations, depending on the type of living organism, one species can be transformed into a brand new species. This is accomplished because the Vril energy courses through these avenues of energy form Telluric energy. This telluric Vril energy form vortex interacting with the morphogenic energy fields of the living organisms living in the region.
 The definition of a ley line is a vein in the earth along which runes a form of energy, in our case, it is known as Vril. That these lines run between ancient sacred sites throughout the world. This is especially true in Europe. Standing stones, stone circles and burial mounds, seems to reinforce this notion in places like Britain and France, as well as throughout Europe. The stones and burial chambers punctuate the ley lines that channel the morphogenic energy of the Earth, acting as places of power along the network of energy highways. If you examine the network of these energy lines, especially in Europe, you will find that they converge on shared common points, often located where a village or some ancient gathering site is located. These intersections of tracks often occurred on concentric circles that could be drawn around the site on a map, and which were spaced at regular parallel for several miles which would not have been used as road ways. The definition of a ley line is a vein in the earth along which runes a form of energy, in our case, it is known as Vril. That these lines run between ancient sacred sites throughout the world.

  This is especially true in Europe. Standing stones, stone circles and burial mounds, seems to reinforce this notion in places like Britain and France, as well as throughout Europe. 

  The stones and burial chambers punctuate the ley lines that channel the morphogenic energy of the Earth, acting as places of power along the network of energy highways. If you examine the network of these energy lines, especially in Europe, you will find that they converge on shared common points, often located where a village or some ancient gathering site is located. These intersections of tracks often occurred on concentric circles that could be drawn around the site on a map, and which were spaced at regular parallel for several miles which would not have been used as road ways.
  The energy forces are detectable by dowsing, and are principle of Nature, generated from within the Earth. These forces, which have great penetrating power and cause wave motion perpendicular to the Earth’s surface, can affect the nerve cells of living organisms and form spiral patterns that are controlled by mathematical laws. There are thousands of standing stones along these ley lines. The ancient ancestors who raised them must have had some knowledge of the ley lines and the life energy that course through them. They believed that these lines, radiating with life-giving energy brought the standing stones to life. Folklore testifies that people believed that ancient standing stones had the power to heal a variety of ailments or aid fertility or virility.

  It was also widely believed that far from being inanimate objects, the stones could come to life and were often fabled to walk down to streams to drink, or to take a constitutional around the field in which they stood. Until recent times the old stones have been treated with respect and veneration by the people who live near them. Many people believed that fairies inhabited such places, especially where the standing stones form circles, and they were enchanted and gateways to the fairy world. The energy forces are detectable by dowsing, and are principle of Nature, generated from within the Earth. These forces, which have great penetrating power and cause wave motion perpendicular to the Earth’s surface, can affect the nerve cells of living organisms and form spiral patterns that are controlled by mathematical laws. There are thousands of standing stones along these ley lines. The ancient ancestors who raised them must have had some knowledge of the ley lines and the life energy that course through them. They believed that these lines, radiating with life-giving energy brought the standing stones to life.

  Folklore testifies that people believed that ancient standing stones had the power to heal a variety of ailments or aid fertility or virility. It was also widely believed that far from being inanimate objects, the stones could come to life and were often fabled to walk down to streams to drink, or to take a constitutional around the field in which they stood. Until recent times the old stones have been treated with respect and veneration by the people who live near them. Many people believed that fairies inhabited such places, especially where the standing stones form circles, and they were enchanted and gateways to the fairy world.

  When you start looking into the nature of this Universe and the Earth, you will start to see how everything is a mirror. Within us is a Universe, around us is a Universe and we are all connected. We are connected to Mother Earth through the subtle electrical current that runs around the entire planet. These electrical currents are known as “Ley Lines” and are almost like Mother Earth’s veins. Just like we have veins that flow in and out of the heart, Mother Earth has Ley Lines, which are lines of energy that coil around the earth in a similar fashion as a strand of DNA. In fact, where the Ley Lines intersect are believed to be high points of energy or high concentrations of electrical charge. These Ley Lines are also said to be able to take information or energy from these higher vibrational points and carry them around the world, spreading knowledge and wisdom to all inhabitants.
  These intersecting points along the Ley Lines are also coincidentally home to some of the most sacred temples and monuments in the world including the Egyptian Pyramids, Machu Picchu, Stonehenge and Angkor Wat. When you look into advanced civilizations like the Ancient Egyptians, it is clear that they seemed to understand the energy and power of Ley Lines. In fact, most ancient cultures around the world seem to have some understanding of Ley Lines. In China they are known as Dragon Lines. In South America the Shaman’s referred to them as Spirit Lines, in Australia the ancient Aboriginals called them Dream Lines and in the west they are referred to as Ley Lines.
  What is also interesting to note is that where the Ley Lines intersect and meet, they also align perfectly with astrological constellations. If you think of these Ley Lines as Mother Earth’s energy currents, you will begin to see how it is possible that Mother Earth also has energy centers or Hvels. It is believed that these are the Hvels’s of Mother Earth –Ley lines are alleged alignments of a number of places of geographical interest, such as ancient monuments and megaliths that are thought by certain adherents to dowsing and New Age beliefs to have spiritual power. Their existence was suggested in 1921 by the amateur archaeologist Alfred Watkins, in his book The Old Straight Track. The believers in ley lines think that the lines and their intersection points resonate a special psychic or mystical energy. Ascribing such characteristics to ley lines has led to the term being classified as pseudoscience. Ley lines can be the product of ancient surveying, property markings, or commonly traveled pathways. Many cultures use straight lines across the landscape. In South America, such lines often are directed towards mountain peaks; the Nazca lines are a famous example of lengthy lines made by ancient cultures. Straight lines connect ancient pyramids in Mexico; today, modern roads built on the ancient roads deviate around the huge pyramids. The Chaco culture of Northwestern New Mexico cut stairs into sandstone cliffs to facilitate keeping roads straight. Additionally, chance alignments and coincidence are often cited as explanations that cannot be ruled out.

 The concept of ley lines was first proposed by Alfred Watkins. On June 30, 1921 after Watkins visited Blackwardine in Herefordshire, and went riding a horse near some hills in the vicinity of Bredwardine. There he noted that many of the footpaths there seemed to connect one hilltop to another in a straight line. He was studying a map when he noticed places in alignment. “The whole thing came to me in a flash”, he later told his son. Watkins believed that, in ancient times, when Britain was far more densely forested, the country was crisscrossed by a network of straight-line travel routes, with prominent features of the landscape being used as navigation points. This observation was made public at a meeting of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club of Hereford in September 1921. His work referred to G. H. Piper’s paper presented to the Woolhope Club in 1882, which noted that: “A line drawn from the Skirrid-fawr mountain northwards to Arthur’s Stone would pass over the camp and southern most point of Hatterall Hill, Oldcastle, Longtown Castle, and Urishay and Snodhill castles.” The ancient surveyors who supposedly made the lines were given the name “dodmen”. The existence of alignments between sites is easily demonstrated.
  Two British dowsers, Captain Robert Boothby and Reginald A. Smith of the British Museum, have linked the appearance of ley lines with underground streams and magnetic currents. Guy Underwood conducted various investigations and claimed that crossings of ‘negative’ water lines and positive aquastats explain why certain sites were chosen as holy. He found so many of these ‘double lines’ on sacred sites that he named them ‘holy lines.’ Separate from other spiritual theories of ley lines (and likely used for propaganda purposes), two German researchers Wilhelm Teudt and Josef Heinsch have claimed that ancient Teutonic peoples contributed to the construction of a network of astronomical lines, called ÒHoly linesÓ (Heilige Linien), which could be mapped onto the geographical layout of ancient or sacred sites. Teudt located the Teutoburger Wald district in Lower Saxony, centered around the dramatic rock formation called Die Externsteine as the center of Germany.

 

  The Hartmann net consists of naturally occurring charged lines, running North-South and East-West. It is named after Dr. Ernst Hartmann, a well-regarded German medical doctor, who first described it soon after the Second World War. Alternate lines are usually positively and negatively charged, so where the lines intersect it is possible to have double positive charges and double negative charges, or one positive and one negative charge. It is the intersections that are seen to be a source of potential problems. The Hartmann Net appears as a structure of radiations rising vertically from the ground like invisible, radioactive walls, each 21 centimeters (9 inches) wide. The grid is magnetically orientated, from North to South they are encountered at intervals of 2 meters (6 feet 6 inches), while from East to West they are 2.5 meters (8 feet) apart. Between these geometric lines lies a neutral zone, an unperturbed micro-climate. This network penetrates everywhere, whether over open ground or through dwellings. The Hartmann net has been defined using the Chinese terms of Yin and Yang. The Yin (North-South lines) is a cold energy which acts slowly, corresponds to winter, is related to cramps, humidity and all forms of rheumatism. The Yang (East-West lines) is a hot, dry rapidly acting energy. It is related to fire and is linked to inflammations. The points formed by the intersection of these lines, whether positive or negative, are dynamic environments sensitive to the rhythms of the hours and the seasons.
  It has been suggested that the Net is Earthing Grids for cosmic rays that constantly bombard the Earth, and that they can be distorted by other things, such as geological fault lines and underground mining. It is also possible to have spots where the lines cross, causing further potential problems. These spots are generally seen to be more detrimental than a single crossing within the Curry or Hartmann system.
Earth radiation is a hypothetical geophysical phenomenon described primarily by the German authors Manfred Curry and Ernst Hartmann. This is known as Curry Lines. Both men describe a mystic force field, similar to Odic force, Mana, and Qi, that covers the Earth at regular intervals and can be detected by dowsing using a divining rod. It is not supposed to be detectable by common scientific instruments but some still connect it to telluric currents, which are actual phenomena, detectable by scientific instruments. Placing people or other living things in certain spots of the earth radiation knots is believed to be beneficial/harmful depending on radiation flow direction. It connects to the Gaia philosophy and vitalist school and is very popular in certain New Age circles in Europe, especially in Germany. The radiation is described as a grid-like arrangement with lines at regular distances:
  Curry lines are approximately 3 meters apart (with variations), diagonally to the poles, east to west. Hartmann lines run both east-west and north-south forming a grid across the Earth’s surface with a distance of circa 2 meters in the north-south direction and 2.5 meters in the east-west direction.

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