Tag Archives: dowsing

Dowsing for leylines

29 Jan

I’ve begun working on finding Leylines in Northern Ireland. I’ve been doing some basic research and found that there are at least a few mother lines in the south. I’m wondering if their are any in the North? Only time and research will tell me.

Anyway, to get me in the mood I went for a dowsing session in town. I first used a map of the city centre and did some dowsing over it with a pendulum to see if I could work out the general areas that would be best to go looking in. I then went into town with my L rods and started doing some on the ground work. I went in quite early in the morning so that only street cleaners would give me funny looks. Here I was really just looking for any signs of any small lines of power at work in the city centre.

As expected I got some quite strange responses while dowsing near the two major Masonic Halls in the city Centre. I also got some strange swinging action near the city hall and the Linen Hall Library. Some of these might be expected. but what wasn’t expected was the way in which the Night and Day hotel and a few other travel lodge style places sent my rods jerking wild. Weird eh? If anyone has got any ideas why this might be, please share the knowledge.

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ley lines and hidden messages

17 Dec

Last Night I was talking to a mate of mine who lives in Plymouth. He is also a Wizard. We were talking over many things and just generally catching up. He was telling me about his band. He hides secret codes in the structures of the music so that the audience at their gigs absorb his messages unconsciously. I really liked this idea. I might try it with speech patterns as a means of casting covert spells.

One thing that cropped up in our conversation was the fact that although I can find several maps detailing ley lines in Great Britain, I can find no such maps detailing them in Ireland. I think in the new year I am going to begin to trace out these lines of power in Belfast’s city centre. I’m also going to try to find a mother line: a massive ley line that smaller ones often come off, such as the St. Michael line in the south west of England. If anyone has any information that can help me in this search please reply!