Monday, July 27, 2009
Ley Lines: What Are They?
I've just watched the last Ghost Adventures show series (for now). Love those guys! But, anyway, they were at Ram Inn in England. And, they were talking about "ley lines". I have never heard of this before, ever!
So, this is what I found out.
Ley (leys) Line are straight lines on a map pin pointing one site to another. The sites are usually ancient or holy sites.
Alfred Watkins, an Englishman, rediscovered the lines in 1921. He believed the lines were prehistoric trading routes.
Occultist Dion Forture believed, in her novel "The Goat-Foot God" these were "lines of power" or cosmic energy and had connections with UFO's.
In South America these lines are called Nazca Lines. These are huge figures of animals, people and geometric patterns outlined on the ground. That were created in ancient times. There are lines that go from on figures to another. The most odd thing about these figures. They can only be seen from hundreds of feet in the air. Which made people think this had to be landing pads for UFO's.
The Society of Ley Hunters
Ley Lines and Vortices's of the American West