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originally posted by: NeoIkonEpifanes
"Ley lines are hypothetical alignments of a number of places of geographical interest, such as ancient monuments and megaliths. Their existence was suggested in 1921 by the amateur archaeologist Alfred Watkins, whose book 'The Old Straight Track' brought the alignments to the attention of the wider public'."
And here is a Wikipedia article discussing the probability of random point alignments:
Is it possible to statistically prove or disprove the existence of such things as ley lines?
And what about the probability of multiple ley lines intersecting at a given location, or more complex geometric patterns than simple point alignments (like triangles, squares, pentagons, etc.)?