Tip # 2
Archaeoastronomy

 

We want to apologize for our goof on last week’s Tip.  The Quicktime film did not work for a number of PC users.  Please check it again if it didn’t work for you last week at <http://www.sunnybankglastonbury.co.uk/dowsing-trailer.html>.

We trust that you have been dowsing up a storm since last week!  Dowsing can be used in so many ways as one moves along the seeker’s path.  One interesting way is to look at the Earth Energies in a sacred space before and then during a significant archaeoastronomical event. 

Athanor Stone Ring, Lochem, The Netherlands
Winter Solstice Sunset at a new stone ring
at Centrum Athanor in Lochem, the Netherlands


Archaeoastronomy is a focus on a power point in time.  The Earth Energy power centres are power points of place.  Geomancy brings the two together.  Earth Energy Power Centres are not at the same intensity of power all of the time.  At some points in the year, they are actually quite flat energetically; however, it is the archaeoastronomy that tells us when, at what time, a power center is at its spiritual peak energetically. 

Normally this dowser finds an energy ley, a six to eight foot (two+ meters) wide straight beam of yang energy - flowing along the major axis and out the mouth of any sacred space.  Many ancient (and some modern) sacred sites are oriented towards the rising or setting Sun or Moon on the very day when the site is at its peak energetically.  At that time, the energy ley expands dramatically -  up to twenty feet (six+ meters) in width.  During an eclipse, the energy ley collapses and spreads out to infinity.  You can use dowsing to see this for yourself.

Dear [firstname]

Tip # 2
Archaeoastronomy

 

We want to apologize for our goof on last week’s Tip.  The Quicktime film did not work for a number of PC users.  Please check it again if it didn’t work for you last week at <http://www.sunnybankglastonbury.co.uk/dowsing-trailer.html>.

We trust that you have been dowsing up a storm since last week!  Dowsing can be used in so many ways as one moves along the seeker’s path.  One interesting way is to look at the Earth Energies in a sacred space before and then during a significant archaeoastronomical event. 

Athanor Stone Ring, Lochem, The Netherlands
Winter Solstice Sunset at a new stone ring
at Centrum Athanor in Lochem, the Netherlands


Archaeoastronomy is a focus on a power point in time.  The Earth Energy power centres are power points of place.  Geomancy brings the two together.  Earth Energy Power Centres are not at the same intensity of power all of the time.  At some points in the year, they are actually quite flat energetically; however, it is the archaeoastronomy that tells us when, at what time, a power center is at its spiritual peak energetically. 

Normally this dowser finds an energy ley, a six to eight foot (two+ meters) wide straight beam of yang energy - flowing along the major axis and out the mouth of any sacred space.  Many ancient (and some modern) sacred sites are oriented towards the rising or setting Sun or Moon on the very day when the site is at its peak energetically.  At that time, the energy ley expands dramatically -  up to twenty feet (six+ meters) in width.  During an eclipse, the energy ley collapses and spreads out to infinity.  You can use dowsing to see this for yourself.

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