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Ley lines

This post was written by Amy
on November 23, 2009 | Comments (1)

It seems that everywhere I look these days, the words “ley lines” are included. Two weeks ago, I had the chance to take a day trip to Wiltshire while on a week-long vacation in London. We visited Stonehenge, Silbury Hill, and Avebury, which are some very famous stone and earth formations located along ley lines.

Today I’m reading a manuscript that details some very mysterious happenings in a town located on ley lines along the 33rd parallel.

I then come across a story about Robbie Williams, one of my favorite singers, whose house is supposedly haunted by Catherine ParrĀ and is also located along ley lines in Wiltshire.

Maybe I need to take this repeating theme asĀ a sign that I need to do more research on ley lines?

Reader Comments

Written By Daniel
on February 1st, 2010 @ 8:07 pm

I think that ley lines are really interesting because they are connected to so many ancient civilizations. In fact, the ley lines are connected to Atlantis also, because Atlantis lies in the Atlantic ocean, and some of the lines connect in the center of the Atlantic. That is where Atlantis was supposed to be, and maybe still is. Also, the Bermuda Triangle is supposed to be part of Atlantis too.

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