28 June 2017

On the Leylines – Discover Earth’s Energy Grid! ~ Vera Ingeborg and Jesse James Giuliani ~ 27 June 2017

Cornwall was the place where I found myself, in my late teens (never underestimate the sheer power of your Soul!). I spent two years in that mystical place. Most weekends were spent wandering around by myself, sitting at the windy rocky coast and generally being on my own, whenever I had time left over after academic assignments and visiting a beautiful elderly lady under the Adopt-A-Granny volunteer program (although she ended up fussing over me more than I did to "help" her). In a very strange way that I didn't understand then, I felt at home there, although physical home was geographically 10 000km away. And being in Penzance itself, St Michael's Mount was just nearby. I definitely can relate with this article.

Source: Wake Up Experience

Leylines are the meridians of planet earth. Different leylines provide different energies to keep the chi of our planet flowing. After almost having been forgotten, and having been hi-jacked in the third dimension to create an even deeper sense of duality, they are now being rediscovered and understood by a larger population. So called gridworkers have been and still are working on re-establishing and strengthening the leyline grid around the planet, anchoring the new energies that are coming in at major grid crossings, cleaning out, releasing and transforming low frequencies and re-directing the new energy into the meridians. Authors Jesse and Vera have both spent a lot of time with gridwork on leylines – that is also how they met.

Jesse: I first came to Cornwall on a whim. Once I crossed the border, only one thing reverberated throughout my consciousness:

The Energy, The Energy!

At the time I hadn’t a clue what exactly this meant on a conscious level, but obviously my entire Being grasped it on an etheric, intuitive, molecular level. Cornwall is a place of primordial energy and magic, situated in the pinky toe of the UK. The landscape and folklore is pervaded with a fusion of Christian and Pagan energies. It is the land of the Saints and Celtic Crosses, but also the land of standing stones and leylines. Deeply religious individuals would convene in this remote region of the earth, Druids and Christians alike. The prime power centre of such complex and powerful energies is located at the sacred site of St Michael’s Mount, a tidal island whose protruding Basolithic geological formation emerged almost 300 million years ago. Incidentally, this site is the sibling of Mont Saint Michel in Normandy. This particular site is deeply steeped in history and legend. Its greatest secret, though, rests in the four major leylines that cross through it.


Vera: I was traveling the UK last year from July until September, as I was guided there for some reason. Without knowing beforehand, I was drawn to important leyline crossings. I came to Marazion simply following my intuition. I saw the name on the map and it literally sucked me in. The closer I came, the lighter I felt. So much peace and balance! I just wanted to sing and dance. When I got into this beautiful Cornish little town, I felt like sitting in a pub to read in a book on energy work. At that time I was more of a loner, and not drawn to public places at all, so that was a strange thing for me to do. It took no longer than five minutes, when Jesse approached me to ask what I was reading. And another five minutes later, we were in a deep conversation on universal energies, and how they run through us and through our planet. He told me about the leyline crossings in St. Michael’s Mount, and that he could take me there to show me the strongest energy spots, as he had worked as a tourguide on the mountain. Of course I wanted to! It dawned to me that again I had ended up in exactly the place I needed to be in that moment to do important gridwork together with Jesse.
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Jesse: But before we delve deeper…

What on Earth are Leylines??

By way of analogy, I shall duly illustrate and clarify. Think of the Equator. It exists, and is symbolically represented as a line running through the centre of the earth. When you approach the equator, things get really hot. When you’re practically on the equator, you will definitely know. The Equator cannot be seen. But it can be felt, and its ‘bandwidth’ and intangible properties, so to speak, can be measured through sophisticated scientific means. Think, also, of Radiowaves. Again— unseen, intangible— but can definitely be felt, heard, and accordingly measured. Likewise, the electromagnetic spectrum in general is a great teacher.

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