If you were to look at
a map of ancient sites ( for example : medieval castles
and churches, standing stones, pagan altars and pre-historic
barrows ) you may notice in many instances that a
number of these sites seem to have been built, although
miles apart from eachother, in a perfectly straight
line, as if the original builders were using some
massive invisible guideline. This "coincidence"
is the basis of the "Leys" or "Leylines"
The idea is that channels of geophysical energy criss-cross
the earth, invisible and - as yet - undetectable to
us. And that along these channels, or "Leys",
ancient civilizations somehow sensed the power being
emitted and built their monuments where they felt
the power to be strongest.
While the idea of perfectly
lined up ancient sites can quite reasonably be accepted
as coincidence, the amount of psychic episodes and
paranormal experiences that have been reported on
or very near to these suspected Leys is not so easily
When you add the coincidence
of the precise alignments and the high number or reported
unexplainable experiences together, the theory of
Leys becomes much more intriguing.
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