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Ley Line Research

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posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:23 PM
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For a while now, I have been mapping Ley Lines across the globe. I started this hobby by mapping Nazca-type geoglyphs,and that evolved into Ley-line research
Ley Lines appear to follow lines of energy that form a global grid, and I have mapped some that encircle the globe. On these ley lines you will find monoliths, cathedrals, hauntings, strange areas of mystery, masonic buildings, ancient cities, government installations, etc. If anyone has anything they would like to share, I would be greatful. Additionally, If I have a colleague out there who is interested in sharing information, I am very interested in that as well.




posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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Check out a book called The New View Over Atlantis. There is a whooooole lot about ley lines in that book, maps, and a lot of generally cool information and some hypotheses of what the deal is with ley lines. Also look in to feng shui, not the "feng shui your house" kind of thing, but the traditional feng shui. There's a good chance that the "dragon lines" are indeed ley lines, and the practice of outlining them (and modifying them) survived into very modern recollection through the Chinese culture.



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:36 AM
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I am very interested in seeing your maps.

I have been looking for one for the north east of scotland. there's very little info available!

well done!

will be keeping my eye on this thread!



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 07:35 PM
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Originally posted by stellify
I am very interested in seeing your maps.

I have been looking for one for the north east of scotland. there's very little info available!

well done!

will be keeping my eye on this thread!


U2U me with an email, we can trade kmz files.



posted on Mar, 26 2011 @ 08:32 PM
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I have created a thread about the 104.

Unfortunately, it appears that Ley research is a rare thing, even on ATS.
But, I'm here, maybe more will come. It's a shame that there isn't a central place for Ley line research anywhere. It's just too small a field I guess.



posted on Mar, 27 2011 @ 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by stellify
I am very interested in seeing your maps.

I have been looking for one for the north east of scotland. there's very little info available!

well done!

will be keeping my eye on this thread!


Ditto !

I have also had difficulty finding any good maps with any indepth plotted leylines.

>>>OP>1st Thread>2nd Thread



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 11:08 PM
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I have found a book which claims to have mapped all of the lLey lines in the United Kindom. I have not researched these Leys myself, but I will attempt to see if there are any mayches for you.
Be well.



posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 12:40 AM
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Originally posted by woghd
reply to post by woodwytch
 



I have found a book which claims to have mapped all of the lLey lines in the United Kindom. I have not researched these Leys myself, but I will attempt to see if there are any mayches for you.
Be well.


Be very interested to know title of book - best regards!

Stellify



posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 01:19 AM
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I would love to see your maps! I'm taking a trip to Seattle( first ley lined mapped out city). I hear the city is planning more parks with ley-line centers. I hope to find some interesting info about the progress, pictures, etc and to post it. There's three ley-lined power center parks to check out(that I've found so far); Washington Arboretum, Interlaken Park and Roanoke Park. The pictures that I've seen of the park areas, do not have statues or markers per se, though...I though some parks/areas plan to ad them. Basically for now, it's directions.




edit on 1-4-2011 by dreamingawake because: More info.



posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 01:44 AM
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Great topic OP ! S&F for you !

I'm interested in finding more info on ley lines myself, but there isn't a great deal available. Unfortunately what has been discovered is largely pooh-poohed away by mainstream brains as a hybrid mystic fringe para-psychotic coincidental phenomena. Credibilty ranks just right above UFO abductees...no insult to you good folks, but you know where I'm coming from....


I believe a majority of the it's-not-to-be-taken-seriously attitude is generated because much of the work done on ley lines involve methods which do not rely upon advanced technology. Dowsing rods, pendulums, perceptive attunement to nature's forces can't be measured in any way that would satisfy as empirical evidence, despite the centuries of experience that would indicate there is more than mere coincidence driving this. The preoccupation with "proof" overshadows what reality is showing us to exist. We may not understand the sheer scope or the complexity of this energy web, nor the why or how or when, but it would be a dis-service to dismiss or sweep the subject aside because a digital read out is lacking.

I'm doing some research and one of the things I want to delve further into is the correlation of ley lines to the locations of some points of both local and wider interest. The 104 thread was an intriguing one as well, and hope to see more of the same.



posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 01:28 PM
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Thank you! I do not use dowsing rods or pendulums or any of that stuff. I consider myself to be a pretty scientific guy. I think the Ley line field, like UFOs, bigfoot, or any other similar field, has it's fair share of fringe mumbo-jumbo. That's why I insist on all of my leys to be withing a tolerance of a tenth of a percent. I prefer Leys that are DEAD ON.

The ancients who created Nasca and the Pyramids used advanced math in everything that they did, so I see no reason a Ley line should be any different. My stonehenge-Giza ley goes completely around the world from the tip of the great pyramid to the center stone at stonehenge. It also goes exactly through the centers of a lot of major cathedrals, mosks, temples, other henges, and ancient monothiths. These are planetary Ley lines that hit these targets to a tolerance of 2-4 inches.

My point is that I believe these can be measured scientifically, and there is no need for fudging.

Our ancestors were onto something, and it was a tangible technology, not anything spiritual in my opinion.




EDIT: Book is called "Ley Lines and Earth Energies" by David Cowan and Chris Arnold
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posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 03:55 PM
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I'm sure you've already encountered this information, but just in case there are others interested, the link contains some additional research resources. It discusses ley lines, the Hartman Net, Curry lines and the Becker-Hagens Grid.

Ley lines

Mind if I inquire as to the tech tools you use in your research? I have a low end Gaussmeter, some compasses & the standard rods, with a very limited budget, but my compatriots help out as well with some of their gear & abilities.



posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 04:07 PM
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Originally posted by ladyjem
I'm sure you've already encountered this information, but just in case there are others interested, the link contains some additional research resources. It discusses ley lines, the Hartman Net, Curry lines and the Becker-Hagens Grid.

Ley lines

Mind if I inquire as to the tech tools you use in your research? I have a low end Gaussmeter, some compasses & the standard rods, with a very limited budget, but my compatriots help out as well with some of their gear & abilities.


Yes, that is an excellent link! I strongly recommend that everyone check it out.

Gauss meters and compasses are critical. I also carry an assortment of em equipment and topo maps and an top end GPS. For larger Leys, such as Global leys, there is no better tool than Google Earth.



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 08:20 PM
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I don't know what all everyone has mapped or seen but thought I would post some links to help. Sorry if you already have these.

www.deepinfo.com...
www.vortexmaps.com...
connect.in.com...
liminalthresholds.blogspot.com...
www.leyhunter.org...

Scotland /UK
www.whale.to...



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 08:45 PM
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I got into ley line research through studying Egyptian and Mayan hieroglyphs. The maps I've seen (like on here) are the closest thing I could find. My guess is, since the energy that IS the ley lines is not the same energy type that we are used to observing, I doubt traditional(or even pseudo) methods of locating lines would work.

Take the gobal map from the link I gave, and locate the major monuments (like Stone Henge, St. Peters Basilica, the Great Pyramid, and Chichen Itza), and see how they align. Where my specific research has taken me is into the prime geometry. I wish I could upload photos of my charts, because when translated into 3d, they will show where all the "hot spots" are. I use the term "hot spots" to indicate where all the bizarre activity occurs (such as residual haunting, and orbs). They are basically where the lines intersect. At these locations the energy is concentrated, so we notice it more. Of course it's all theory for now.



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 09:31 PM
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Originally posted by KnightwhosaysNi
I got into ley line research through studying Egyptian and Mayan hieroglyphs. The maps I've seen (like on here) are the closest thing I could find. My guess is, since the energy that IS the ley lines is not the same energy type that we are used to observing, I doubt traditional(or even pseudo) methods of locating lines would work.

Take the gobal map from the link I gave, and locate the major monuments (like Stone Henge, St. Peters Basilica, the Great Pyramid, and Chichen Itza), and see how they align. Where my specific research has taken me is into the prime geometry. I wish I could upload photos of my charts, because when translated into 3d, they will show where all the "hot spots" are. I use the term "hot spots" to indicate where all the bizarre activity occurs (such as residual haunting, and orbs). They are basically where the lines intersect. At these locations the energy is concentrated, so we notice it more. Of course it's all theory for now.


Added you to my freinds list. I have extensive maps if you are interested in trading a little research, and if it suits you, perhaps we could run ideas by each other once in a while.



posted on Apr, 2 2011 @ 09:58 PM
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For some reason I don't have the option of adding anybody to my friends list (actually, it's because PS3s suck online). I am interesting in exchanging research however; I'm curious to see what your findings are. It's rare to find anybody to collaborate with in this field. Like somebody mentioned above, we're only one step up from tinfoil-hatters lol!



posted on Apr, 3 2011 @ 04:53 AM
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Could you please give the title and author of this book? Thank you




Originally posted by woghd
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I have found a book which claims to have mapped all of the lLey lines in the United Kindom. I have not researched these Leys myself, but I will attempt to see if there are any mayches for you.
Be well.



posted on Apr, 3 2011 @ 06:11 AM
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Originally posted by KnightwhosaysNi
I got into ley line research through studying Egyptian and Mayan hieroglyphs. The maps I've seen (like on here) are the closest thing I could find. My guess is, since the energy that IS the ley lines is not the same energy type that we are used to observing, I doubt traditional(or even pseudo) methods of locating lines would work.

Take the gobal map from the link I gave, and locate the major monuments (like Stone Henge, St. Peters Basilica, the Great Pyramid, and Chichen Itza), and see how they align. Where my specific research has taken me is into the prime geometry. I wish I could upload photos of my charts, because when translated into 3d, they will show where all the "hot spots" are. I use the term "hot spots" to indicate where all the bizarre activity occurs (such as residual haunting, and orbs). They are basically where the lines intersect. At these locations the energy is concentrated, so we notice it more. Of course it's all theory for now.




Hey there,

This is a theory that I completely agree with and the idea has helped me so much to understand my research concerning ancient civilizations around the world (why civilization rose in some locations and not others etc) ... when you get a moment take a look at the link to my website about this ... some of my hypotheses may help you in your own research;

>>>The Atlantean Analysis (experiment Man - laboratory Earth)>Demon Identification Help Required>The Messenger - Dirken Ridge - Update Of The 'Demon Identification' (Red Eyes) Case
www.abovetopsecret.com...


Any information that you might be able to add would be gratefully received ... also hoping the OP might have some map images he might be able to share.
I'm really surprised that there is so little information about this subject to be found ... that's why I was so excited to see you two guys joining ATS within days of each other


Woody



posted on Apr, 3 2011 @ 01:11 PM
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One thing I learned about hieroglyphs and alphabets is that when you place them altogether on my chart, they show important structures that utilize the leylines. For example;my most recent finding involved charting the Phoenician alphabet. I believe what I found was the blueprints for the Washington Monument. I have found the blueprints for St. Peters Basilica using the hieroglyphs found in an Egyptian temple (I forget which one...tomb of Ramses II I think). Also, Stone Henge, and others like it are built on major hot spots, where 3 or more lines meet. I believe the ancients used them as a porticulis system. I wonder how they work?

Also, I as well have a book reference for you, if you can find it. It's called Secret of the Andes, by Brother Phillip. Brother Phillip is a member of the Great White Brotherhood, so he is credible to a certain degree. Secret of the Andes talks about the ancients PRIOR to Egypt, and mentions Atlantis, Lemuria, and Amazonia. Fascinating read if nothing else.



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