Greece: The Magical Energy Lines and Where to Find them
Just like we have our own energy centres or chakras,
Mother Earth also has hers. When you start looking into the nature of this Universe and the Earth, you will start to see how everything is a mirror.
Within us is a Universe, around us is a Universe and we are all connected.
So, there is a Theory, which refers to straight alignments drawn between various historic structures and prominent landmarks, that radiate energy.
So, open your chakras and let us explore
The theory of geography that surrounds the existence of ley lines was created in 1921 by a man named Alfred Watkins. Now, Alfred Watkins fancied himself to be an archeologist and was fond of tramping across the European landscape, exploring ruins and investigating the evidence of early settlers. While in Herefordshire he stopped to examine a Roman camp that was under excavation and, while looking at the areas surrounding the site, noticed that other ancient monuments such as churches, monoliths, forts, and other artifacts seemed to be placed in relation to one another that suggested a higher level of planning rather than haphazard design.
Watkins also took note of the footpaths in the area which had been used for many centuries. These footpaths connected place to place- usually a hilltop- in straight lines, which are not typically found in nature and therefore suggest a human touch. He theorized that these lines were used as a navigation system for early settlers in lieu of other direction-finding technologies like compasses or telescopes (Elizabeth Borneman, 2014).
He called these straight paths connecting points of higher ground trackways, or ‘ley lines,’ as many of the locations he studied had the syllable pronounced like ‘ley’ in their names. Watkins thought that this was a modern-day interpretation of the old names of the ancient paths, passed down from generation to generation.
To the observation that from ancient times the man chose to build the sanctuaries of the gods that he worshiped in special places that emitted large amounts of discrete energy, that activate the feelings of joy, trance and cover the need of the feeling that there is “something” bigger than us.
The Ley lines have been known since antiquity by many names such as prana, telluric currents, dragon paths, reptile currents, and more. In essence, these are energy rivers that flow across the surface of the earth, forming a complex grid that at the junctions of their union you notice increased energy. And Greece has to offer about 127 energy sites, from mountain places to wild beaches. Hence, Greece is said to be the Ultimate positive energy destination.
CYCLADES: Santorini island: temple of Apollo carneus, the temple of Pythios Apollo Naxos island: islet palaces, Temple of Apollo, Torrent tower, Paros island: Temple of Centaur Pyliani, the island of Delos: tombs of the northern priestesses of Apollo, island of Tinos: temple of evangelism, Kalathas, the island of Kea: Venetian wall next to the church of the cross, Syros island: Halara near the Syringa spring, Neraidospilia, Adiata area-mountain Gerousi, the island of Samos: area of Heraion, columns downhill.
DODECANESE: island of Rhodes: Tower of the Knights, the palace of the Grand Master, Monolithos village, Monolithos temple castle, Lindos village, Lindos fortress, Symi island: Alexandra beach, Kos island: Asclepieion, island of Patmos: cave of revelation, Astypalea island: Louki area.
PELOPONNESE: Laconia: Cape Tainaro, Diros cave, Mystras, Vrykolakonisi, Monemvasia, Mount Taygetos, Vresthena of Sparta, Achaia: Large Cave, Corinth: Mount Kyllini area of springs Stygos, Geliniatika, Messinia: cave of Koufieros, Arcadia: Dimitsana, Neraidovouni, the temple of Epicurean Apollo near Andritsaina, ancient Mantineia.
ATTICA: Dionysos: Dionysos Street N. Makris Dionysos Temple, Kaisariani: Kaisariani Monastery, Makri: American army base, Athens: Pnyx rock, Acropolis, German cemetery, Logginou Grove, Cemetery of Ancient Athens, Vatrachonisi, 58A Akadimias, Karea church of Ag. Georgiou, Penteli: Cave Davelis, Parnitha: Panos cave, Tribe Fortress, Sourmena: temple of Prof. Elias, Mount Vrana: Aphorism next to Marathon
Relax and enjoy the Greek sun and breeze on your skin, which will rejuvenate your body and soul!