Ireland’s best-known Prehistoric Monument
Newgrange is Ireland’s best-known prehistoric monument. Located in the Boyne Valley, County Meath.
They can be said to exist in various forms, with differing degrees of refinement from multifarious forms of energy. Ley lines, as they are called in your times, are the energetic patterns that run both above and beneath the Earth. These circumnavigate the Earth in a variety of ways based upon laws of mathematics, upon geometries, upon vibrational essence, geological force, electromagnetics and mineralogical fields.
Now, the system of ley lines can be said, in a manner of comparison, to act somewhat as the nervous system of Earth.
Leylines are not constant, many factors can cause their shift. Many factors add to their complex energy content, or lack thereof. Tectonic stresses, magma, solar energy, naturally occurring electromagnetic fields exerted by minerals such as quartz and even the decomposition of organic matter, this creates heat and electrical charge, you see.
These energies accumulate and flow along Earth paths of conductivity either on, slightly above or underneath the Earth’s crust. Those regions and places on the Earth, high in natural metal or conductive mineral content, will attract the current of these electromagnetic flows. Manmade structures built to sacred geometry will also attract these flows.
Almost all of the sacred geometric temples built by the Asian, Roman, Greek, Egyptian and Mayan have leylines passing through them. Some of these structures were built on leys, others attracted them to them.
Credit to : Irish Technical Thinker