The Templar Ley

I had been mapping energy lines in and around Brno and Moravia for around 18 months when I became acquainted with Rory Duff who has been working with energy lines for a long time and has done a great deal of work in the area. He asked me to check his remote dowsing work and see if I could find a Type 4 energy line over in Bohemia. I took a day trip and found the line – 90 paces wide! along with 25 pace wide type 3 energy lines. I could not believe it! All the lines I had been mapping were 15 paces wide or less! As soon as I had discovered these new types of lines, I started finding 25 pace wide lines in Brno as well but no 90-pace lines.

Around this time, I met Eva who has now become my constant dowsing companion. She showed me a video of a Czech TV program on Youtube looking at a couple of sites and the Templars. I had been doing quite a lot of research on the Templars as well as documented in my Chasing … books. This got us both intrigued and so we set out to Jindrichuv Hradec one weekend to investigate the strange John the Baptist church and its wall art…. the rest is now history as not only did we discover three 90-pace wide lines crossing there but we also solved the mystery of the strange artwork as well.

A couple of weekends later, Eva took me to Trebic to see the basilica there. We found a pair of 90-pace wide energy lines there too crossing at the basilica. We then discovered another crossing point of these lines outside of Telc and another at Svaty Hostyn. The Templar leyline has been discovered!

Now we are tracking the two lines across the countryside – amazed at every step of the way with what we discover following the lines! You can track our journey here or on the youtube channel and join us as we go on this adventure of synchronicity, spirituality and history.

Published by G. Michael Vasey

G. Michael Vasey is a collector of paranormal stories and a magician. He studied and taught magic with a real school of hermetic sciences and these days can be found in search of the Goddess in the forests and mountains of Czechia.

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