The reality of Ley lines and dowsing

Judith Lock, who is an active dowser, researcher and teacher of dowsing and Earth energies, kindly commented on my post of last week ( The Reality of Ley lines).  With her permission, I am reproducing her comment below.

“A Ley is always dead straight, for it to be a Ley it must run, dead straight through 5 significant points such as pre medieval churches, tumuli, standing stones, long barrows, old beacon hills, old tracks and roads, sighting points on hills etc. Less than 5 points can be ascribed to randomness, for example you will probably find 3/4 post boxes in a straight line!

You will need to get an OS map, and plot 5 of the above points, but since reducing a 3D terrain to a 2D map either stretches or reduces points, you must always verify on the ground by dowsing. Google Earth with GPS helps.
People spend years hunting and verifying Leys, then there is sacred geometry, often there is a significant  sacred pattern on the ground (geo-metry means Earth measure). Sometimes there is a zodiac on the ground, linked to a constellation.
Whilst it is o.k. reading about these things, absolutely nothing replaces the experience of actually going and doing.
I post dowsing related articles on my FB page:https://www.facebook.com/learn2dowsethewight/
Some major Leys go for miles, some not. If you can give me a geographical area I can check.”

Thanks Judith, she has also kindly offered to answer any questions you may have about the subject at   info@wightweekend.co.uk

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