Earth’s Energy Grid
The Earth’s energy grid can be thought of as a web that holds or links the Earth together. The energy grid is effected by many influences – electricity, magnetism, light, color, heat, sound and matter.
The planetary energy grid operates through certain geometrical patterns that follow a specific symmetry. The grids meet at various intersecting points forming a kind of matrix. This is equivalent to the acupressure points on our bodies. These grid points can be found at some of the strongest power places on the planet. Continue reading
Grid Lines and Ley Lines
Excerpt from Chapter 4 “The Outer Changes” of the book “Earth Awakens: Prophecy 2012 – 2030” (2012)
How do EM fluctuations come into the Earth? How are they distributed to all life forms?
Not all beings on Earth receive equal doses of EM energy from the sun and stars. Often, the location and placement of organisms is a major factor in deciding how much radiation gets absorbed. If two organisms are sunbathing, for example, and one resides on a major ley line or vortex site, and one does not, the one on the ley line or vortex will initially receive stronger and more direct EM energy fluctuations than the other organism. Continue reading
Phenomenon of the Vortex
“A vortex is a mass of energy that moves in a rotary or whirling motion, causing a depression or vacuum at the center…. These powerful eddies of pure Earth power manifest as spiral-like coagulations of energy that are either electric, magnetic, or electromagnetic qualities of life force.”
Page Bryant, Terravision: A Traveler’s Guide to the Living Planet Earth
Thus said, Vortexes are areas of high energy concentrations, Continue reading
Dowsing (deuten, to declare, douse, to plunge) refers to techniques for finding water or other things by using a dowsing instrument, such as a dowsing rod. The use of the dowsing rod, a Y-shaped forked stick or rod used to find water and hidden objects is probably as old as humankind.
The dowsing rod is still is used commercially by many well-drillers and contractors who have to dig around underground pipes and lines. A good dowser/well-driller can find good, pure water 95% of the time. Continue reading
[The] primary water system exists deep inside the Earth as hydrated minerals. At shallower depths, this diffuse “steam-like” field of water gradually coalesces into pockets of liquid water which eventually connect into underground streams. As shown in the illustration below, the water travels upward in a vertical shaft called a “pipe” until its flow is stopped by an obstruction. This point is called a dome of water because the water is, in effect, domed up.
If fissures or cracks in the Earth are connected to the pipe, the pressure of the water pushes the water into the cracks, which then become what we call underground streams, Continue reading
Along with water lines, ley lines are found at most ancient monuments and sacred places. The honor of the rediscovery of the ley-line system belongs to Alfred Watkins. His basic postulate is that ancient monument sites align in straight lines. Many ancient sites found on British ordinance maps can actually be connected to form an incredible coincidence of interconnecting lines.
A shortcoming of this particular definition of ley lines is that many “ley hunters” have assumed that just because three or more sites are aligned, they are therefore automatically on a ley line. This simply is not true. Alignment does not Continue reading
The “dragon” or “serpent”, also represent the geo-magnetic grid of the Earth… “ley lines”, which are also called dragon lines or “dragon currents” along with the electro-magnetic dimensional energy forces they transport.
The ancient people would communicate and have access to the spirits and dimensional worlds of their ancestors, and harness the “electromagnetic energies,” of these dragon lines for the fantastic Continue reading