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Visiting holy wells and springs

Category: Actions

Type

Voluntary

Introduction and description

Generally speaking any structure to be found over a fault line experiences very little from the movement of the earth’s crust unless there is major movement – an event I have classified and described elsewhere under the heading of earthquakes.  If an earthquake occurs one can get a spiritual experience via the electric currents generated or via the infrasound waves.

But things can change substantially if those structures are fabricated from or are naturally made of rock full of quartz, because quartz is able to hold electric charge and electric charge can give you a spiritual experience via resonance and stimulation.

Background

Fault lines occur all over the world in vast numbers but to give you a concrete example I am going to home in on the Pennines.  The Pennines in the UK are a range of hills that stretch like a spine down the backbone of England.  One area of the Pennines is now known as a ‘Spiritual window’, meaning it has a really enviable reputation for producing numerous spiritual experiences, from ghosts, to UFOs, to light balls and apparitions – hallucinations, visions and dreams.

The area is a natural source of spring water and many wells have been constructed in the area, many of which have acquired the name ‘holy wells’ or ‘healing springs’, partly because they appear to have healing qualities, but also because they produce spiritual experiences – fairies, goblins, and other apparitions!

  

Method

Step one – find your well

The first step is to find likely wells and springs.  These may be marked using marker stones.  It may thus be worth your while looking for the marker stones. – see visiting standing and marked stones.

There may also be an indication that the well is special if it is ‘dressed’, however, I have added a cautionary note here in an addendum to this section – well dressing.

Step two – find out how it works

You know that the well stones will have some spiritual significance, but not how it works, so the first step is to find out by which mechanism it is actually working

  1. determine whether the stones produce low frequency low intensity sound by monitoring it
  2. determine whether the stones produce low frequency low intensity electric current by monitoring it for any electric current

The current or sound may be being produced because of the existence of a telluric current, in which case you need do nothing, but it may not be placed on a telluric current, it may be working via the rays from the sun [thermal] or via light, in which case it will need to be monitored [for sound or electric current] for some time to determine if this is the case.

Another alternative is that they work by converting sound or mechanical stimulus to a usable electric signal.  So you will need to check by gently tapping them or playing a musical instrument or radio near them to see what happens and by measuring any electric current generated.  The sound itself can be any form of sound as in this context we are looking for the energy generated from the sound, it is the crystals in the rock itself that convert the sound into the precise frequencies needed.

Be prepared for the fact that a well may simply not work anymore.  Originally the stones might have been situated upon spots with known high telluric current activity, which no longer exist.  Not all the stones will necessarily have been used to provoke an experience, some may have been used for other ceremonial use.

Springs , wells and fountains also have symbolic significance, as does water, as such the well and spring may simply be a symbolic reminder of a spiritual reality.

Step three – use the sound or current

From there it is up to you, you can press your head on it and wait or even sleep on it if you prefer!!  But remember the dangers of resonance.

How it works

Stimulation via resonance  – usually low intensity.  It is not the water, it is the rocks nearby and the site itself with its quartz or other crystalline rocks that is key.  Minute currents of electricity are produced, for example via

  • Piezoelectricity - via piezoelectricity conversion of mechanical energy [sound or force]  to electrical energy.  The sound could have been produced by the people at the ceremonies, alternatively the site may be on a fault line
  • Pyroelectric or thermoelectric conversion - Some of the rocks there may be able to convert heat and light to small electrical currents because they have pyroelectric or thermoelectric properties
  • Via telluric current conversion - Some transducers are able to convert electricity from telluric currents  into sound and/or mechanical oscillations.  In the latter case the resonance and resulting stimulation  is then mechanical as opposed to electrical.  The thickness of the crystal determines which frequency is generated, the thicker the crystal the lower the frequency.

Advantages

  • It is free or relatively low cost – although you would be advised to spend some money on instruments capable of measuring electric currents and infrasound.
  • It is quite a pleasurable form of hobby – visiting holy wells and springs to check out the standing stones
  • It is legal
  • It has a proven record of being effective IN THE PAST
  • You can use it without help and thus not run the risk of brain washing.

Disadvantages

  • This is resonance it carries a risk – a health risk, you need to take great care,  no over exposure and avoid all high intensity stimulation
  • The difficulty is that of finding the right well or spring to give you the correct frequency.  It may never work for you because your organs don’t resonate at the right frequencies.
  • A lot of visiting for maybe no results, there are other less time consuming ways!..... but maybe not as pleasurable and good for the soul.

References and further reading

  • Byrne, Clifford, The Holy Wells and Mineral Springs of Northeast Lancashire, MS copy in Nelson Public Library (Reference).
  • Frost, Roger., A Lancashire Township – The History of Briercliffe-with-Extwistle, Rieve Edge Press: Briercliffe 1982.
  • Baildon, W. Paley, Baildon and the Baildons – parts 1-15, Adelphi: London 1913-1926.
    Wright, Joseph, English Dialect Dictionary – volume 1, Henry Frowde: Oxford 1898.

Observations

I have also added a few healing observations to show that other aspects of these places can also produce results - the water itself, for example, can contain chelation agents, or sulphur which is a known antifungal agent and also has anti-bacterial properties.

   

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