Ley lines are energy lines that connect different points on the earth. Interestingly, the ancient druids of the Celts already knew these power points very well and built ritual sites on them. Today, "by chance", churches and cathedrals stand on most of these points. The knowledge of this hidden science was used by the clergy many centuries ago.

The Ley-Lines do not project on the ground ... but several meters above it. Depending on the circumstances, the Ley-Lines can pass through an apartment or building. Ley-Lines generally have a very high energy potential; preventing people from sleeping soundly. The expression Ley-Line derives from alignments of English localities with the ending "leigh" or "ley".

Alfred Watkins (1855 - 1935) believed that in ancient times, when England was much more forested, the country was criss-crossed by a network of straight roads that used prominent landscape features as navigational points; even before Roman times. His works - as well as those of Pennick and Michel - are the best known in the scientific research of geomancy.

The "Leys" form an energy network that stretches across our planet. Where Ley-Lines cross, there is a "Leycenter" ... a place of strength, a magic square; a place where in ancient times places of worship were built. The most famous places of strength in our days are..: Stonehenge, the Black Monolith of Mecca, Teotihuacan (the city of god of the Aztecs), the pyramids of Giza or Machu Picchu.

One of the most famous European points of strength in France is the cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris. This gigantic building - one of the oldest Gothic cathedrals - is located at a point of intersection of two energy flows that cross Paris. It is therefore one of the reasons why Notre-Dame is named as a high place of strength. Paris, a city that has always remained under starry skies.


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