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Celtic - French ley lines

Identifier

006603

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

Another perhaps interesting aspect of this mapping of lines of flight, is that the French Meridian line that joins the most northerly and southerly points of France passes through Paris at a significant latitude according to the equinoxes (see diagram).

The Paris Meridian sits exactly 1° 09’  east of the Greenwich Meridian (the same distance of separation as between the official eastern and western borders of ancient Egypt).

 

A description of the experience

Ley Lines – an article from the Internet

In France investigators, have uncovered many line networks involving the main Cathedrals and places of interest…. perhaps the most astonishing of the French line networks is one centred on the tiny village of Alaise nestled in the foothills of the Jura mountains of eastern France.

After devoted study by Xavier Guichard this tiny French village was found to be at the centre of a line system that radiated out to include dozens of sites, villages and towns of a similar name through many neighbouring countries over distances that spanned an area of many thousands of square miles. Yet perhaps the most astonishing thing of all was the realisation that this line system must have been initiated and planned thousands of years ago.

For many the geometric perfection of ley lines, the distances involved, in addition to the very remote period of their inception hints at a totally different view of the ancient world. In particular it shows the ancients were capable of a masterful degree of geodetic knowledge enabling them to accurately build sites in full alignment, even over hundreds of miles.

The source of the experience

Celtic

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