Sacred Sites, Ley Lines, Energetic Matrix of the Earth

Sacred Sites & the Ley of the Land

Vicky Anderson | August 22, 2010 at 9:19 am | Tags: 2012, Druids, Essenes, Jesus, Ley Lines, Mount Carmel, Sacred Sites, Saint Michael ley line, Skellig Michael, Stone Henge, Tachyon, wave forms | Categories: All Articles 2012, Ley Lines, Sacred Sites | URL:

During the Golden age of Atlantis, there was a system of energetic lines, called leys, which was used to create a labyrinth of tunnels for purposes, such as communi-cation and transport.  The Atlanteans made use of these ley lines as energy highways.[i]  The Native American peoples refer to this network as the web of the ‘spider woman’.  It’s part of the energetic matrix of the Earth.

Star of David
Devil’s Bridge, Sedona, Arizona

Each ley line drops from the surface of the Earth to a depth of 265 ft.  At that point, it makes a perfect 90 degree turn, and then travels in a continual spiral.  This Standing Columnar Wave energy pattern maintains that precise depth, and then makes another 90 degree turn and comes back up to the surface.[ii]

Although the system of ley lines no longer completely circumnavigates the planet, the raw current does.  This current originates far from the Earth, and then flows in through the upper polar atmosphere.  This forms a complex energy system that connects us to the entire Universe.

This system is similar to the chakras and acupuncture meridians in the human body.  So, when two ley lines cross,  they create an intense magnetic power center called a node.  The sub-atomic particles of a Divine energy, called tachyon, spiral at that location and create a whirling vortex.  Tachyons are the particles of energy that make up the protons, electrons and neutrons in atoms.  They are the ‘glue’ that holds the Universe together.  Nicola Tesla understood this principle and designed a device to measure these particles.Depending on the direction of their spin, these whirling vortexes can either absorb or emit energy.  When this current of tachyon energy passes through church steeples and other such monuments that have pyramidal shapes, they radiate Light.  Hence the term sacred sites.

Skellig Michael, Ireland

One of the most intact ley lines in this system is called Saint Michael.  It extends from Ireland, through Britain and across Europe.  It then forks into ancient Judea, Israel and Egypt, and connects to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

No one supports me against them, except Michael, your Prince. Daniel 10:21

Saint Michael ley line is largely intact because of the work of the Druids.  During the destruction of Atlantis, these alchemists fled into monasteries in Europe and Egypt.  The most prolific of these were the sects in Britain and France who, along with the vibration of sound, used the anti-gravity aspects of ley lines to form stone circles, such as the one at Stonehenge.

The Saint Michael ley line runs across Ireland for several hundred miles, intersecting with various sacred sites that have been dedicated to Saint Michael.  These sites include St Michael’s Church Brentor, St Michael’s Church Burrowbridge, St Michael’s Church Othery, St Michael’s Church Glastonbury Tor and Stoke St. Michael.

One of the original amplification points of this ley is a 230 m rock, called Skellig Michael, which stands in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of Ireland.  For 600 years since the seventh century AD, it was a centre of monastic life for Christian monks who lived in a monastery that still exists there today.[iii]

The Saint Michael ley line intersects with another significant ley line at this monastery.  It is interesting to note that this second ley line goes on to connect to Saint Michael’s Mount in England, to Mont Saint Michel in France and so on.  But what is most interesting is that it comes to an end in Israel, at Mount Carmel, where Jesus lived among the order of the Essenes.[iv]

Now summon the people from all over Israel to meet me on Mount Carmel.  I Kings 18-19


[i & iii] James Tyberonn in a channeling of Archangel Metatron
[ii] The Geo Group
[iv] Andrew Gaugh

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I am a photographer and graphic artist. I practice Tibetan Buddhist meditation and mantra and sutra copying. I've spent a good deal of time studying Eastern religions and mystical traditions from around the world, as well as shamanic practices of indigenous cultures, and entheogenic spiritual pathways. My favorite philosopher is Ken Wilber. I enjoy listening to, among others, Patti Smith and Modest Mouse. I donate money to help save the wolves, and I spend time writing letters and signing petitions to stop dogfighting rings, save the rainforests, oceans, and more. I believe that whatever I do, I should do it with a whole heart, even if it feels as if it's breaking at times. We're beings of light, and light doesn't break, it refracts into rainbows.
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