All kinds of energy lines run across the earth; often these are negative energy lines
for people, many animals and plants. Some examples are: water courses, negative
interference lines (Curry lines), earth magnetic lines (Hartmann lines and Benker
lines). There are more, but these are the main ones. The energy can be sickening in
some cases. Then we talk about geopathy. A number of other geopathic influences come
from: natural gas, petroleum and minerals in the soil, but especially earth fault lines.
Fortunately, there are counterparts in nature for these negative energies. Those are mainly the ley lines. Ley lines are positively charged energy lines.
These ley lines run criss-cross over the earth and where these lines intersect, we speak of positively charged energy centres. We generally speak of ley centers or power centres when three or more ley lines intersect in one place. These lines then reinforce the place where they intersect. Power centres is also a general collective name for places on earth, where a lot of positive energy is present.
There are power centres where more than seven ley lines reinforce each other. In England many such places can still be recognized in the landscape, in the form of hundreds of prehistoric stone circles. Some are world famous and most are unknown and even sunk into the ground.
Boscawen-Un, Cornwall, England
Some well-known stone formations are: Stonehenge, Avebury, Boscawen-Un, Scorhill and the Rollright Stones. Centres of power are also marked by other features in the landscape, such as the Celtic crosses, ancient trees and megalytic stones.
Scorhill, Devon, England
Rollright Stones, Oxfordshire, England
Leylijnen en Leycentra in de Lage Landen - Wigholt Vleer (1992)
Langs Mysterieuze Plaatsen in Zuidwest-Engeland - Wigholt Vleer en Dick van den Dool (1994)
The Old Straight Track - Alfred Watkins (1925)
The Sun and the Serpent - Hamish Miller & Paul Broadhurst (1989)