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Ley Lines are said to be the veins of the earth and crisscross the entire planet. Ley Lines can vary in width and believed to be the life blood of Mother Earth. Usually the names given to represent these invisible lines are translated to an equivalent of 'spirit', 'dream', or 'energy' paths. However, apart from the physical presence of the sites themselves, proving the presence of a 'connection' between them is something that researchers have found notoriously elusive.

  • Global

    Ley Lines can stretch for miles and cross valleys, mountains and the sea.
  • Regional

    Most cultures have traditions and words to describe alignments that run across landscapes.
  • Local

    Ley Lines are connecting both natural and sacred prehistoric structures together.
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