If heaven made him, earth can find some use for him. ~ Chinese Proverb
Ley lines are a geographical alignment of the worlds ancient megaliths and monuments. They’re not lines we can actually see on a map- like latitude and longitude, these lines are patterns of supernatural energy that intersect and flow. They can be harnessed by anyone sensitive to working with energy.
The term “ley lines” was coined by archeologist Alfred Watkins. He believed that waterways, naturally forming ridges and various routes ancients used as trade routes and migration pathways are all part of this ‘map’ although his theory was limited to the British Isles, today we use it as a globalized concept.
VORTEXES & LEY LINES
Intersecting ley lines create vortexes or spirals of energy – just like a chakra.
Ley line researcher David Cowan theorised that these spirals or vortexes are either negative (black spirals) or positive (white spirals), much like the theory of yin and yang energy. It is believed these vortexes are capable of healing and aligning with our energy as well as earth! Many people use them to mediate, hold rituals and engage with this energy directly.
Soluntra king tells us that the cause of a negative area can be from many different imbalances. Perhaps a negative Ley line or crossing of lines, could be created or made by
~Collective negative thought patterns of the people in the environment, or from along the line.
~Geopathic stress from the earths movement
~Disharmonious radiations from underground streams.
~Manmade radiation – wifi, microwaves, electricity or even blockages in the earths energy grid.
In order to create harmony we need to achieve free flowing positive energy grids and vortexes. This is where we can use the help of crystals for activation work.
What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. ~ Native American Proverb
When God is in the midst
Defeat does not exist
Human family interlocked
Into hands gridlocked
What befalls the earth
Befalls all sons and daughters of the earth
Leaves weaved of different branches of the cosmic tree
Pull a thread here and you’ll find it’s attached to the rest of the world
Almost as if revealed from a divine plan we are unaware of.
Cogs in the wheel spinning the fabric of Maya.
Bioaccumulation is the gradual accumulation of substances, such as pesticides or other chemicals, in an organism. Bioaccumulation occurs when an organism absorbs a substance at a rate faster than that at which the substance is lost or eliminated by catabolism and excretion.
Biomagnification, also known as bioamplification or biological magnification, is any concentration of a toxin, such as pesticides, in the tissues of tolerant organisms at successively higher levels in a food chain.
Jagadguru is a term used for a guru whose influence on the world has the power to transform it. The term – literally meaning “guru of the world” – comes from the Sanskrit, jagat, meaning “world,” “Earth,” “the cosmos” or “mankind”; and guru, which means “teacher” and usually refers to a spiritual master.
The title of jagadguru is typically used in traditional orthodox Hinduism, particularly for acaryas (spiritual teachers) in the Vedanta school of thought who have written commentaries on the scriptures.