Feb 10, 2016

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Ley Lines: Where They’ll Take Us

Ley Lines: Where They’ll Take Us
A map showing ley line convergence points and Chakral alignment of the earth. (Photo credit: Pinterest.)

A map showing ley line convergence points and Chakral alignment of the earth. (Photo credit: Pinterest.)

The history of ley lines permeates cultures all across the world that, at the time, had no way of sharing their knowledge. Today, we have research dedicated to learning about ley lines and how they’ve influenced mankind as a whole. A lot of theories surround the use of ley lines through history, ranging from building ancient sites such as the Great Wall or Stonehenge to using the lines as part of funerary rites.

Research hasn’t only proven that ley lines exist, but that animals are aware of their existence. Within migratory and nomadic animals is a small piece of tissue in their brain that carries a mineral called magnetite. Scientists are still working out the hypothesis, but right now it’s believed that these minerals guides animals in their pack movements and the path that they’re following are ley lines. This mineral reacts to the magnetic field in the earth, but rather than sending animals this way and that, they find a current and follow it to where they’re heading.

While many magical and supernatural elements rest in the realm of belief, ley lines have the advantage of actually being studied and tested with funding. It’s only a matter of time before we learn the true nature of ley lines, how isolated cultures learned to use them and how we can improve our use of them.

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