Good Morning, God!
Here I am, signed in as a guest member of The Megalithic Portal webpage. It all started from looking up Tumulus and the next thing I knew I was looking at Gavrinis and way back in TIME. Back to the Time of Stonehenge and the Tor at Glastonbury. These are such old sites — maybe 4,000+ years ago.
I have not been to Gavrinis, but I even entered one of these sacred chambers — like Gavrinis on the main Orkney Isle. I remember that they told us that you could see the sun rise on midsummer’s day at the end of the long tunnel in the small womb-like chamber — I was impressed then and I’m still impressed.
And speaking of impressed — I think back to my experience with the ley lines at the Tor of Glastonbury. Kit and I were driving west from Stonehenge when I saw the Tor (hill) off in the distance. I HAD to see it.
We climbed the 521 foot hill to the old stone tower and we were met by an unofficial guide. He told us how this had been almost entirely surrounded by water at the time of Christ. Aaah, but, God, what fascinated me was his demonstration of the ley lines! He handed it to me and I felt the copper dowsing “wire” pull down as I walked across the ley line. I did it twice — the second time I was determined it wouldn’t move — but it did!
It seems a lot of the ancient sacred places are supposed to be built on ley lines. Now why aren’t “reputable” scientists studying ley lines? Or, is it that when one studies them, one ceases to be “reputable?” We don’t like things that don’t “fit” do we God,