London's Ley Lines Pathways of Enlightenment

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Chris Street's book is also a practical guide for those wanting to walk these leys and explore the sites along them.

She believes teaching people to connect to their intuition allows them to access their best source of guidance, their Higher Self. Paul’s Cathedral – a ley line can be drawn that connects to another nearby sacred mound, the Tower of London. They also demonstrated that ley hunters had often said that certain markers were Neolithic, and thus roughly contemporary with each other, when often they were of widely different dates, such as being Iron Age or medieval.For many ley hunters, this Neolithic period was seen as a golden age in which Britons lived in harmony with the natural environment. My friend Jan sends me texts about sacred London, pointing out that London's ceremonial sites, of which there are a great number, may have formed a vast geometric design covering over 400 square miles. Tan jones's blend of spirituality, music, ritual, craft, sculpture and moving image has won them commissions at the ICA, the Serpentine and the Shanghai Biennale (2021), among others.

The one's going around the world take some figuring out but maybe they could have done it by observing the sun and planets. Across the world, spiritualists, ghost-hunters and conspiracy theorists believe very deeply in the magic of Ley Lines - but unfortunately, the truth about them might not be as supernatural as you might expect. To assist this growing body of enthusiasts who were looking for their own ley lines in the landscape, in 1927, Watkins published The Ley Hunter's Manual.As Hutton observed, a belief in "ancient earth energies have passed so far into the religious experience of the 'New Age' counter-culture of Europe and America that it is unlikely that any tests of evidence would bring about an end to belief in them.

Hutton suggested that some of the enthusiasm formerly directed toward leys was instead directed toward archaeo-astronomy. John thinks he has found Ley Lines from Camberwell Road to St Pauls, and from Walworth Road to St Giles. Next, we explore the fascinating story of Bob Dylan’s infamous visit to Crouch End that has become a vital piece of London folklore.In 1983, Ley Lines in Question, a book written by the archaeologists Tom Williamson and Liz Bellamy, was published. Remembering [ley lines] exist is a way for us to find stillness and quiet, and to see the earth as animated. The Incas used "spirit-lines" or ceques with the Inca temple of the sun in Cuzco as their hub, marking the routes with wak’as, stone monuments that represent something revered. The archaeoastronomer Clive Ruggles noted that after the 1920s, "ley lines soon faded into obscurity". By extending the St Pauls line he found it landed on a burial mound and had lots of manor houses along it.

It’s a personal perspective which embraces the psychic, spiritual and mystical aspects of the phenomena and firmly suggests that these energy flows can be used as pathways of enlightenment and initiation. Many form a recognisable pattern of sacred geometry, a vast temple groundplan identical to the design used to lay out Stonehenge's megaliths over 3,500 years ago.

We also visit the legendary Kings Head pub, the Harringay Arms, the Queens, Tottenham Lane, Hornsey Town Hall, Hornsey Library, Church Studios, Crouch End Hippodrome, and much more. I must say I was always a bit skeptical about ley lines, although I would have quite an open mind about most things.

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