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Ley Lines



Ley Lines are thought to be alignments of ancient and sacred sites such as stone circles, churches, burial grounds and megaliths and are considered to be sources of powerful earth energies.

The points where Ley Lines cross are often said to be a site of intensified paranormal activity as well as of UFO sightings and mysterious lights. It has been suggested that spirits of the deceased draw energy from Ley Lines in order to help them manifest.

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