Dowsers have discovered that most ancient stone and burial sites, and old churches are set on Earth energy or water lines.

Once you have learnt to Dowse, these sites are a wonderful start for exploration and a getaway!

The Rollright Stones (near Chipping Norton, OX7 5QB)


The ancient Rollright Stones are thought to be nearly 6000 years old, and consist of a late Neolithic ceremonial Stone Circle of about 72 stones, dating from about 2500 to 2000 bc known as the Kings Men. A 5000 year old burial chamber, believed to be part of a Neolithic long barrow known as the Whispering Knights dolmen. Across the road from the Stone Circle itself, stands a tall megalith known as the King Stone.

 

Between 4000 bc and 1500 our ancestors set the stones here, maybe as a place of worship, or a social gathering place, or as a place of burial. People have been coming to the Rollright Stones for thousands of years.

 

For some it is a quiet, special place within a beautiful setting with amazing views, for others it is a quest, or somewhere they simply feel drawn to. Earth or Ley energies meet here, and water falls away underground. So why not try to get into the mind set of our ancestors, slow down and enjoy the uniqueness of this very special place. 

Stonehenge


Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is composed of a circular setting of large standing stones set within earthworks.

 

It is at the centre of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds. 


Archaeologists believe the stone monument was constructed anywhere from 3000 BC to 2000 BC, as described in the chronology below. Radiocarbon dating in 2008 suggested that the first stones were erected in 2400–2200 BC.

Avebury in Wiltshire 


Avebury is a Neolithic monument containing three stone circles, around the village of Avebury. Unique amongst megalithic monuments, Avebury contains the largest stone circle in Europe, and is one of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain. Constructed around 2600 BC, during the Neolithic, or 'New Stone Age'.


By the Iron Age, the site had been effectively abandoned, with some evidence of human activity on the site during the Roman occupation. During the Early Mediaeval, a village first began to be built around the monument, which eventually extended into it. In the Late Mediaeval and Early Modern periods, locals destroyed many of the standing stones around the henge, both for religious and practical reasons. 

Uffington White Horse - Berkshire Downs 


The Uffington White Horse looks out over the Vale of the White Horse. This is by far the oldest of all the white horses, and is of an entirely different design to the others. Unlike the solid and more or less naturalistic figures of the other horses, the Uffington white horse is formed from stylised curving lines some ten feet wide, and its length of around 365 feet makes it over twice as long as the longest of the Wiltshire horses.

 

Until 1995 the Uffington white horse was thought to date from the Iron Age. However, in the 1990s, a new dating technique was developed. This technique can show how long soil has been hidden from sunlight. Testing of soil from between the lower layers of that chalk shows that it has been buried since between 1400 BC and 800 BC, and thus the horse is of Bronze Age origin.

 

The original purpose of this horse is unknown. It may have been the emblem of a local tribe, and have been cut as a totem or badge marking their land, or it may have had a religious purpose or significance. The Uffington white horse can be seen from up to twenty miles away.  It is perhaps best viewed from three or four miles away, being on the very top of the escarpment where the slope is less steep. 

Earth Energy

The Michael and Mary Earth Energy Lines are meandering tidal waves of natural vibrational energy, the dynamic life blood of our planet. They have been called many names in the past including Dragon or Serpent Lines. They respond to celestial events - time of day, phases of the moon, Sun, cosmos etc and move about slightly. 

 

Everything in nature interacts with them including us on a subtle level, and likewise contribute our energies to them, which our ancestors were fully aware of. They were re-discovered in the 1980s as two distinct, but complimentary vibrational meandering Earth Energy Lines generally following the same West/East direction across Southern England from Cornwall to Norfolk.

 

Likewise the Belinus Line is the longest line in Britain and runs North/South from Inverhope in Scotland down through St Catherine's Hill in Winchester, and has two component serpent lines named Belinus and Elen. These lines run by the Uffington Horse and the Rollright Stones which you will discover at our workshops!

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