Ley Lines and Earth Energies: An Extraordinary Journey Into the Earth's Natural Energy System

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Adventures Unlimited Press, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 252 pages
The mysterious standing stones, burial grounds and stone circles that lace Europe, the British Isles and other areas have intrigued scientists, writers, artists and travelers through the centuries. They pose so many questions: Why do some places feel special? How do ley lines work? How did our ancestors use Earth energy to map their sacred sites and burial grounds? How do ghosts and poltergeists interact with Earth energy? How can Earth spirals and black spots affect our health? This exploration shows how natural forces affect our behavior, how they can be used to enhance our health and well being, and ultimately, how they bring us closer to penetrating one of the deepest mysteries being explored. A fascinating and visual book about subtle earth energies and how they affect us and the world around them.
 

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Contents

Figure Chapter One Page 1 St Adamnans Stone in beautiful Glen Lyon Perthshire
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Chapter
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Seeking the energies from a standing stone at Dunruchin Moor Comrie
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The standing stone at Stonefield Farm near Crieff
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Standing stones are carefully situated above crossing underground streams
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This is a cupmarked standing stone at KIlmartin Argyll
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Meggernie Castle Glen Lyon
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A fine display of cupmarks at Ormaig near Kilmartin Argyllshire
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Fionn MacCumhails Swordcut
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The Praying Hands of Mary
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49 25 Plan view of the recumbent stone at Connachan Farm
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Types of parabolic surfaces
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Plan view of Newgrange Ireland
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A concave object with sound waves below ground reflecting to a point F
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Chapter Nine
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Cupmarked stone at Pitcur near Dundee
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The cupmarked stone at Connachan Farm in the Sma Glen Crieff
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The dumbbell shape Note the S shape inside
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Chapter Four
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The Crocodile or Serpent of St Fillans near the end of a ley line
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The cupmark arrowed resembles the circuit around Loch Earn
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ClachnaTiompanin Glen Almond
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This burialground has been placed at the outer edge of a cupmark ley
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The telluric pattern of energy around a sheeps skull
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The tiny 18 inch high Bhacain in Glen Lyon
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The Chieftain Loch Rannoch
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This is the local cupmarked stone which has yielded its secrets
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Plan view of cupmarks
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Telluric energy is emitted from this stone to surround ancient shielings
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Chapter Five 18 A wide stream of energy from the Highland Boundary Fault
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44 20 44 21 The Druids Cave
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The ley from the volcanic island of Staffa 46 Fingals Cave
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46a Carn Bad an Fraoich
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Carn Badan Fraoich
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4poster at Lundin Farm
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Dundurn church and burialground St Fillans
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The ley from a fourposter
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Sacred Geometry
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Dalchirla standing stone roughly lined up with King Street Crieff
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Braefordie standing stone lined up with High Street Crieff 55 The standing stone at Scone
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The star of Crieff with standing stones forming the pattern 57 The starshaped pattern of energies across the surface of the Earth
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Chapter Fourteen
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The ley from twelve standing stones 59 A line of eight standing stones from the stone circle of ClachnaTiompan 60 This standing stone at Dunruchin...
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Poltergeists
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Further Reading
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