originally posted by: JimNasium
Most holy sites were over underground running or sitting water for some reason, The Catholic Church would take over existing spots that were holy
grounds and build their high steeple churches there. It has something to do with flow of energy from the earth to the atmosphere. Mountains also
possessed these properties and water coming from the ground was a sign that one was near.
Rickymouse- See: "Ley Lines" regarding the energy flowing from Mother Earth. Also see: '37th Parallel' and then look at "images". (That is why I
mentioned that episode of 'AncientAliens'
More: Are You familiar with the 'Stonehenge of America'? Did You know that You can draw a line from America's SH and not only does it go through the
one in the UK it continues onto Mt. Herman ..
Also. Have You ever watched a dog who prances to/fro and then finally stops to 'leave Her/His doodoo'? They are crapping along a Ley Line.
If You experience Summertime Thunder/Lightning where You reside, You can gauge where the Lightning will strike. I currently call Flori-DUH My
ecological niche and have an intersection of Ley Lines about 125' from My house. It runs down the road a piece but there is a STRONG spot where You
can actually FEEL the energy (That is where My "Sherman" would ALWAYS crap. I told the neighbor Sherman crapped there because of the energy. He
thought I was trying to be cute or funny until He ran out the front door and came running at Me w/a magazine article where "Scientists prove dogs crap
where the energy is greater...)
If You get a chance to see that episode of AncientAliens (Teotihuacan) check it out. They even put some obstacles on the trail and the disk just went
over it no sweat...
If you take two bent wires you can find the water lines going to the house with them, also telephone cables running underground. Know where these
are, they give a energy field that comes above the ground. Next, observe where the neighborhood dogs poop. You will see there is a definite
I belong to this organization, we have some pretty good speakers at the conference. www.aaapf.org...
There are a lot of these energy points along the lei lines. Some weird things happen in places where the energy is high, the compass will start
spinning in a circle, it is like a flame wick, move three feet and it starts spinning again. If you stay in the same spot, it does come back, it
seems to be random for time, like a flame wick tip blowing in a slight breeze. I got one out back of my house just past the well, that is where the
underground river current seems to come up. When the Indians were here long ago, they probably had eternal fires there, they would build a pile of
carbon down to the underground water from the charcoal washing into the ground. The hair on your arms stands up when you go over the river, and it
feels cooler there yet the thermometer does not show a drop in temp. The Indians buried artifacts back there, usually in fours. It is interesting
what they buried. Now they are maybe a foot to sixteen inches under the ground or more, they were probably buried around six inches deep originally.
The local Indians do not think it was their people where I am, they have records. It was probably a thousand years ago according to information from
a few of them.
The Indians did not bury people at the top of the hill or on ceremonial sites. The springs used to come out of the ground long ago, you can see where
they were, I do not know how long ago they dried up here, the springs still come out lower down by the swamp on the other side. We have many streams
coming out of the tops of hills here, these are just dried up, my well is actually almost artesian, I could put a tank in the basement and it would
fill the tank on it's own, at least it was that way twenty five years ago, I haven't really checked the level lately.
Lightning used to strike the trees here a lot, I went and dug some carbon like rocks off the surface near the taller trees and the strikes are a lot
less now. I found that out from the forestry service site, they made a lot of observations about those and it said removing them might help to lessen
strikes. It seems to have worked, they are black and sort of a weird carbon stone that is picked up by a metal detector. Every tree that had been
struck had one of these stones by the surface. They almost look like coal. But are harder and break apart in a weird pattern when you break them
apart. I could make a puzzle out of them.
Our old farm had some weird areas where your hair stood up too, I remember the Erie feeling from when I was a kid.
If you stand on the shore before a thunder storm on Lake Superior with dry hair, sometimes when lightning hits the lake it will make your hair stand
right up and gives you a tingling feeling. I guess it travels along the surface of the water and you are the high spot, it exits through your head.
It feels about like what it feels like right before lightning is going to hit nearby. I have had lightning strike within a hundred feet of me many
times so I know that feeling well. I worked outside much of my life. You have to make sure not to get flying splinters in your face when it hits a
tree, look away instead of towards it.