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do you know the path has a direct analog to coastlines? . . . :turtle:


I do now.


And do you know about ley lines? They are electromagnetic currents of energy, which connect ancient sites. The two most famous are called Micheal and Mary. They run side by side from St Micheal's mount, on the Cornish coastline, across the south of England. They run through St. Micheal's tower on the Glastonbury Tor and they kiss (meet) before running off again to meet again at Avebury. I've used ley lines as a means of communication in my book. Very handy if you have a dousing rod!





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