Earth Energy Vortexes and Sacred Pathways.
“Whenever a place has had prayers and concentrated desires directed towards it, it forms an electrical vortex that gathers to itself a force, and it is for a time a coherent body that can be felt and used by man. It is around these bodies of force that shrines, temples, and in later days churches are built; they are Cups that receive the Cosmic down-pouring focused on each particular place.” Dion Fortune
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What is Negative Earth Energy?
Article by Craig Hamilton-Parker.
Just as collective thought can create a mind field that imprints itself as a recording onto the atmosphere of an environment, so too there are certain places where mental energies are magnified. Here, even the emotional state of a one individual may leave a lasting imprint. Some parapsychologists claim that certain places are affected by negative earth rays and that these places can cause illness, poltergeist activity, and retain negative energies from the past. Some people believe that these places are portals to demonic spirit planes, accounting for why they usually have a history of paranormal and ghostly occurrences. People who live in an area affected by these negative forces will suffer from a condition called “Geopathic Stress.”
In ancient times, man was a nomad who moved from one religious site to another following the earth energy vortexes. Today the Aborigines of Australia continue these ancient treks, with each tribe looking after their own sacred line that connects the sacred centres. These traditions may date to the Stone Age. At one time, the knowledge of the Aborigine people may have been universal, and people around the world would “walk the sacred paths” in order to connect the energy of the earth. Perhaps such early peoples built the standing stones of places like Stonehenge to canalise the force, and to act as outlets for this energy. The techniques seem reminiscent of acupuncture, which serves to stimulate and direct the vital energies of the body. The standing stones may have served a similar purpose for Earth’s life-force.
The ancient monoliths and the pyramids of Egypt would have also acted as amplifiers for these energies. Many of today’s geomancers call these concentrations of earth energy “vortices.” They are points of power or earth energy linked together by straight lines of energy called “ley lines.” An analogy might be that the vortices are acupuncture points and ley lines are the meridians of the Earth. These focuses of energy are believed to be very important spiritually as they enhance our consciousness. They are considered to be sacred spaces where we can come close to God.
Sacred sites of the ancient world are located at these vortices. In 1921, Alfred Watkins observed that many roads, footpaths, and farm tracks form an interesting network connecting old churches, ancient mounds, and standing stones. In his book The Old Straight Track, Watkins named these “ley lines” and argued that these grassy tracks were ancient trade routes. Towards the end of his life, he concluded that ley lines were of religious significance. Others have theorized that these ley lines reveal patterns of triangles between these ancient sites. It is thought that the Indians of the American Southwest as well as those in Peru and other parts of South America located their cities and the roads between them on vortices and ley lines. And very ancient sites such as Stonehenge, the Great Pyramid, and Glastonbury Tor in the UK are believed to conform to these patterns. The ideas were elaborated on by the author Guy Underwood who claimed that these ancient sites were founded on underground streams that somehow connected to the energies of the earth. Dowsing revealed that this earth energy was some kind of spiralling magnetic force. The author John Mitchell expanded these ideas further, claiming that the crossing points of these ley lines (called nodes) are often associated with UFO sightings and paranormal activity.
GLASTONBURY – Sacred Energy
Glastonbury Tor is famed for being the Isle of Avalon in Arthurian legend, and is believed to be a site infused with where sacred earth energies are concentrated.
It may also be the case that earth energies are responsible for the crop circles that have appeared around the world. Clearly many of these are the work of pranksters, but others may be caused by earth energy, or Mother Gaia’s energy, streaming out of the earth. Some have appeared within a few miles of my home at places I would consider being high in energy. Certainly, those I meet who have a keen interest in these things claim that they can feel the energy in these places. The patterns crop circles form are certainly impressive, but I am yet to be convinced that they are the work of extraterrestrial intelligence.
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