The energy of the mind is the essence of life.
Sacred sites are present everywhere in the world, but these sites are also the power centres with hidden energies. When you visit a sacred place, you feel positive, because apparently there is a scientific reason behind it. This reason is well explained by the theory of hidden energies that are present within the Earth’s surface. The sacred sites use Earth energies in one or the other ways, which strengthens the aura of that place.
William Stukeley’s Serpent Temple
The serpent temple or the Avebury Henge is located in Wiltshire. It contains the largest stone circle in the world and is known for its special sanctity and mystical powers. William Stukeley, the antiquarian, sketched this megalithic complex showing it as a serpent. This structure had 100s of megalithic standing stones, which sadly are almost disappeared today.
Megalithic Energy Bands
If a standing stone is rooted in a geospiral pattern, it absorbs the Earth’s energy and forms magnetic bands. Tall stones have seven bands of energy similar to the Chakras of the body. Two bands are below ground and five are above the ground. These stones are also referred as the energy converters as they absorb the energy from Earth and convert it into a linear electromagnetic energy. The existence of these energy bands was proved using R.F Spectrum Analyser.
Sacred Water – Living Energy
Apparently there are two kinds of water, one that comes from the rainfall, and the other that is present within the Earth. The water from the rainfall, which is contained in the streams, is known as Yang. It is claimed to be dangerous to live upon the Yang water.
Another form of water that is within the Earth is Yin water. To live upon the energy of Yin water is thought to be healing and life prolonging. Little wonder that all sacred sites, pyramids and temple spaces are sited above this auspicious force. Medieval Masons constructed stately homes above the pattern and the ancient Chinese Feng Shui Master sited Peking, their prosperous capital, above a vast supply of yin water.
Ley and Dragon Currents
Ley lines are of different types, some can pan the whole globe or some will pan only a few miles. Leys can emit energy or some are just topographical alignments that do not emit energy. An exceptionally powerful Ley, associated with the Dragon Currents is known to the ancient Chinese as Lung Mei.
St. Michael’s Ley discovered by John Michell, is an example of this type of Ley. It spans 300 miles across England’s countryside and numerous sacred sites are located upon it. The Avebury henge is located on the exact centre. The two forms of energy, one female and the other male, entwine with each other in this Ley. The female form of energy is said to be Yin and male; Yang. There are numerous churches sited along the whole stretch of this Ley.
The Uffington White Horse
Another wonderland is Britain’s oldest hill figure, a horse, chalked out on the hill top. This insignia of the Royal Druid family is about 4000 years old. Along the summit of this hill, the Genesis Ley was found, which is essentially a line that emerges from two ‘Ram Horns’, runs through the land for a mile or so and flows down the axis of Wayland Smithy Long Barrow.
There are various types of energies that influence our mental and physical wellbeing. These energies can be identified and collected by constructing sacred places upon them, like our forefathers did.