The week before last, we encountered two 90-pace wide lines that were not the Templar alignment lines. Suddenly, some things made sense or potentially they do anyway. Time will tell.
This last weekend, we went a bit farther afield and tracked the Templar lines on a couple more points almost reaching Trebic and then we went and tracked the other lines northwards – towards U Tri Krizu.
Now, here is the strange thing. This all began when Eva showed me a youtube video in Czech about the Templars in the area. This video focused on two locations – Jindrichuv Hradec and Veveri Castle. It was at Jindrichuv – St. John the Baptist – that we first discovered the Templar ley alignment – and that got us started!
So, can you imagine our surprise as we followed the new lines north and east when we came over a hill and realised that the line went straight through the small chapel by Veveri that was also featured in that youtube video?
The Chapel of the Mother of God originates in the 12th Century and is rumoured to have Templar links. It was originally a romanesque building but was partially rebuilt in gothic style.
The weirdness continues.