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This Month's Moot - is in the Red Lion for 4pm!

Monday, 21 February 2011

March Moot - Rediscovering Avebury Henge and The Earth Force

For the coming March moot I’m delighted to announce that Maria Wheatley will be joining us. Maria is author and co-author of a number of books including:

Avebury: Sun, Moon and Earth
Ancient Sites of Stonehenge
The Essential Dowsing Guide: 1
Stonehenge: An Investigation into Earth Energies

Maria also wrote Avebuy: Sun, Moon and Earth with another writer, Busty Taylor, who I’m also delighted to say will be joining us and presenting the first part of the talk. Busty will start things with an examination of Avebury’s solar alignments, followed by Maria who will talk to us about ley lines and earth energies.

Avebury is a regional power centre which holds many secrets. At specific times of the year the Sun and Moon interact with certain stones creating mysterious shadow lines and also linear lines of intense bright light, which were used in past rituals. Intriguingly, surrounding stone circles and mounds were aligned upon these light/yang and shadow/yin lines which can extend for miles and possibly inspired the ley line phenomena.

Powerful earth energies were also integrated into Avebury’s megalith architecture which are absorbed and transmitted by the standing stones – the electromagnetic frequencies of which were recently detected by sensitive electronic equipment. Further investigations revealed that when megalithic or earth energy is contained, by constructing certain stylised monuments, paraterrestrial activity causes mind-altering affects, time-lapses, and spirit manifestations. Maria describes which earthen and stone structures were designed to produce paraterrestrial affects and how to recognise and interact with the Earth Force within Avebury’s timeless landscape.

Fascinating stuff, I think you’ll agree, and I’m certainly looking forwards to enjoying March’s moot on Sunday 6th at the new time of 4pm at the Red Lion.

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