Some science behind the scenes
Sacred geography - blind springs
The symbolism for a spiral can be found by following the link, spirals are used as the symbol to mark ‘blind springs’. Blind springs are actual spirals of measurable energy around some sites.
A ‘blind spring’ is defined as a place where many telluric current converge. It may involve water, as water alters the direction of telluric currents, but it doesn’t have to. This is why the term ‘blind’ is used.
A ‘blind spring’ affects the telluric currents giving them a spiral motion, like the water going down a plug hole. A dowser can usually find these spirals even though no actual water may be involved in their production.
Guy Underwood – The Pattern of the past
Since prehistoric monuments can be enclosed by spirals [of measurable energy] produced by one or more springs, the reasonable assumption is that their positions were determined by these phenomena. The blind spring designated the spiritual centre of the site.
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- Brittany – Carnac – A curious vibration when touching the stones of Carnac
- Geraldine Mellor - The Home Owner January 1964 – A manifestation of ley power
- J. R. Mortimer - Forty Years' Researches – Mapping constellations to the landscape – the Howes in Yorkshire
- John Michell - The View over Atlantic – The sacred geography of China
- John Michell - The View over Atlantis – Choosing sites and shifting sites
- Lyall Watson - Makgabeng
- Myths and legends - The Folk-Lore of the North-East of Scotland – Ghosts
- Sacred geography – Picts – Barrows 01
- Sacred geography – Picts – Citadels 02 – Callanish
- Sacred geography – Picts – Springs and wells 01
- Sacred geography – Picts – Springs and wells 02 - Ben Newe
- Sacred geography – Picts – Stone circles 01
- Sacred geography – Picts – Stone circles 03 - Corrimony
- Symbols – Picts – Sacred site - Concentric circles [Complex site]
- Symbols – Picts – Sacred site - Spirals [blind springs]
- The Rev. Archer Sheper, vicar of Avenbury (Herefordshire County) - the church that emits organ music without an organist
- Watkins, Alfred – The revelation that helped the discovery of the UK’s sacred geography