Looking for a Major Energy Line

This last weekend, I took a trip over towards Pisek. It was about a 200km one-way trip and 6 hours 20 minutes driving for the round trip. In an upcoming Magical World of G. Michael Vasey podcast, I will be talking to Rory Duff. Rory is another geologist that got started dowsing energy lines a long time ago in his native UK and has since become something of a big name in earth energy circles. as we discussed the podcast, we got talking and he told me about a major energy line that he felt passed through the Czech Republic and we soon hatched a plan for me to go out there and see if I could find it. He had identified a 12th Century church as a likely place to start. It was the Church of Sts. Peter and Paul in Abrechtice nad Vltavou. So off I went on Sunday.

I arrived at the church and found a parking lot just by it. As soon as I jumped out of the car, I could feel something and in no time at all I was marveling at the widest energy line I have ever dowsed. It was an entire 25m across and took in the entire church! It followed the same azimuth pretty much as the church itself. I spent quite a lot of time with that line as I could not quite believe what I was dowsing! The widest line I had ever dowsed in and around Brno was 12m wide!

Quite pleased with myself, I sent Rory an email saying I had found a 25m line. I thought he would say – good – that’s it. What he actually said was the line I was looking for would be 90m wide and this wasn’t it…. 90m wide?

Anyway, I marveled at this little church which has original paintings on the walls inside and features a graveyard with paintings all around the church. Some of the images featured dragons including one inside over the alter and many were fairly strange to be honest for a christian church. Dragons, as my readers will know, are often code for earth energies. I found a website with some details of this beautiful little church…..

“The church is situated in a small hill on the hill. Its original Romanesque style is revealed mainly by a prismatic tower with characteristic double windows on the top floor. Its origins can be traced to the  second half of the 12th century . The first written report is from the years 1344 – 1350.

Of interest in the hall are two tombstones from the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th century made to the late Knights of Oudraž. The inscription on the larger stone belongs to the noble knight Mr. Bohuslav Oudražský of Kestřany and Oudraží (+1610) and the inscription on the smaller stone to the named children, Ctibor (+1599), Jan (+1605) and Alžběta (+1606). The painterly decoration of the interior is extremely important , where the walls are covered with a monumental composition of the Last Judgment, divided into several strips. The paintings as a whole are preserved especially in the presbytery, where they were discovered in 1943 by the academic painter Jiří Jelínek.

The original appearance of the church was significantly changed by numerous repairs, extensions and reconstructions. The first half of the 19th century brought relatively serious interventions to the church and related buildings. Extensive construction activities were related to the  activity of the local priest Vít Cíza , who worked in Albrechtice from 1819 to 1854. In 1828, he had the church whitewashed, Fr. Jenschta from Český Krumlov repaired the organ, a new railing to the staircase was taken from the nave on the bar and the sacristy, the dungeon and the ossuary were covered with new shingles. A year later, a tomb of God was built in the church . In 1830 an outbuilding, the so-called oratorio, was built on the opposite side of the sacristy, in 1832 a large bell was poured overon the tower and there was a significant exterior modification of the eastern end of the church. In 1840, the painter František Mikule of Jinín also made a copy of the painting of St. Peter and Paul on the main altar, which six years later painted for the Church of Albrecht and paintings of the Stations of the Cross. At Cíz’s initiative, a new dial on the tower clock with gilded numbers was also made , the altar and pulpit were decorated, the ossuary was repaired and the emblem of the patron saint, Prosper, Count of Berchold, was painted on the triumphal arch.

However, the church was devastated for many years and even in 1947 rare paintings were demolished. These were rediscovered and restored by academic painters František Kotrba and Karel Mezera in 1962. Another renovation of the church was carried out in 1988 , when the tower clock was repaired. At the same time, their manual winding was changed to electric . A new dial with gilded numbering was also installed. Furthermore, a new roofing of the whole church, copper cladding, stucco plaster and coatings were carried out.

I also found a normal 5m line passing through the church so in fact, there is a node of the 25m and 5m lines inside the building.

Not sure how to find this huge line Rory was looking for, I decided to follow the 25m line through the village. I soon found myself on a track-like road headed out of the village and decided I would drive slow and dowse. I detected something and so parked the car and walked back. As the rods crossed, I started counting paces… one, two, three…. to my utter amazement, I counted 92 paces! I checked that and rechecked it. I had found a 90m wide energy line and only a stone’s throw away from the church! It was in the middle of nowhere though….

I ended up spending my time tracking it and the 25m lines through the village and at least established their directions.

Rory believes that there is another major line crossing the country that crosses this one and my next task is to find it and the node that would be formed by the two of them crossing. Unfortunately, I had little time left and had to leave. I decided though to drive up past Pisek as this is where the lines seemed to pass according to Rory’s remote dowsing. Due to traffic, I couldn’t really do much but as I cam upon a small town there was a fayre and people everywhere. I picked up a line there so I parked and paced another 94 pacer! I found it at two points and it seems to be on the right direction to be the other line…. more work is needed to confirm…..

What struck me about the day was that I had found two 90m thick lines and a 25m thick line! What I am mapping in Moravia are small by comparison! This means that I am now tuned into the major lines…. so we will see. Another trip is needed but next time, I will take the weekend.

I posted a video about the day also.

More Mapping

Yesterday, I took part of the state holiday to do a bit more mapping. I headed off towards Lelekovice but due to roadworks, I ended up passing through a town called Lipuvka where I noticed a church so, I thought I would start there. Indeed, there was a line running through the church as well as the kid’s playground behind it and I was able to track this street-to-street across the town.

The church is dedicated to St. Cecilia and dates back only to 1787 yet the energy line runs straight down its aisle (or perhaps at a slight angle to it). I have also noticed that kid’s playgrounds also often lie on the lines and there is one behind the church on the line as well. The line is quite strong – I could dowse it driving – and quite wide at about 10m. It registered to me as ‘positive’. I also tracked the line across the main road and across another kid’s playground before leaving the village.

I then drove along the road towards Sebrov and turned off to Vranov dowsing in the car. I found the line again crossing the road and parked the car to confirm before finding it again in the forest where I had parked. The line seemed to be bending towards Vranov and, from where I parked the car, the magnificent church in Vranov up on a hill, was visible and beautiful.

According to Wikipedia, “according to legend, in 1240 the Virgin Mary appeared here to a Moravian nobleman Vilém, who (affected by an eye defect) got lost in a deep forest. As he anxiously prayed to the Mother of God and begged for salvation, the Blessed Virgin appeared between the two oaks and not only showed him the way, but also healed his eyes. The statue of the Virgin Mary, in the form in which it appeared, was to remain miraculously among the oaks; William then had a wooden church built on the site, in which he placed the statue. The place quickly became famous, so a brick Gothic church was built here. However, even that was not enough for the pilgrims, so in 1630 the owners of the manor, the princes of Liechtenstein, had a new church built, including the Pauline monastery complex.

The Gothic sculpture of the Virgin Mary is one of the rarest monuments of its kind in Moravia. It is absolutely extraordinary in its design – it is not a classic Madonna and Child, but the Blessed Virgin is depicted without a child as a girl with a lovely face in a blue dress, in a position of humble prayer , with not fully clasped hands.

I went straight to the church and found it has two energy lines running through it and an energy vortex inside. I stood in the vortex and meditated for a while before following each of the lines in the village as best I could.

It did seem to me as if the line that I had found in Lipuvka did indeed bend around a bit and pass through the Vranov church as well and in doing so, it also passed through a wayside shrine some distance for the Vranov church and close to the forest location where I had last mapped it. The sighting of some of these crosses also appear to be on energy lines as when following another of the Vranov lines, it too passed by another roadside shrine.

High Weirdness

This weekend, I had quite a lot of time to go dowsing and resumed my tracking of energy lines in the Brno area. Of course, it is a full moon today (September 20th) and perhaps that was driving some of the happenings and realisations that occurred to me this weekend? In fact, things got so weird that I made this impromptu video (apologies for poor sound quality).

The first thing to say is that I have been searching for the 4th energy line in Brno for some time as I know they come in pairs. I had tried some remote dowsing and that indicated that it lay to the north of Brno and it did. As I followed a line northwards out of Brno, I finally arrived in Bolivice nad Svitavou and tracked the line to the magnificent church there. As usual, I circled the church and found another line crossing inside the church. It was open so I went inside and discovered it to be full of radiant energies and signs that perhaps, they knew this? I also discovered a church dedicated to Saints Cyril and Methodius – yes, the one’s who christianized the Slavs!

It is a recently built church – 1910ish – and I can find no information regarding the site prior to the church being built as of yet. However, I was struck by the connection to the Slavs vie the dedication of the church. I tracked the lines a bit further north but then turned my attention to the line that headed west – where did it go?

The process I follow is to go village to village as there is little you can do in between. So, I headed to a village called Sobešice just north of Brno. I checked mapy.cz to see if there was a church or anything and saw a monastery. So, I thought I would start there. This is where having spent 10 minutes driving up and down looking for a parking spot, I pulled in to a side street and parked randomly only to discover I had parked in the energy line! I did find the line immediately passing through the monastery and a road side shrine. I then followed it street to street across the village.

I then had to do another hop across and since that took me to where I had mapped another energy line out of Brno, I decided to pick that one up and follow it north. I managed easily as seen in the video because again, I parked on the line and had help from a butterfly and feathers!

I had been dowsing for 6 hours by now and was getting a tad tired but looking at the map, I could see that there were three villages were both lines may be headed and only one had a proper church – Lelekovice. I soon found the church and another set of crossing energy lines passing through it. This church was locked unfortunately. The Lelekovice Church is the oldest standing building in the village. Its origins date back to around the middle of the 13th century. At the end of the 15th century, the whole church was rebuilt and at that time Romanesque windows were also walled up and the southern sacristy was added. It was also part of a Castle that I had never known about and the ruins of the Castle are just outside the church.

So, quite a bit of progress but so much more to do….. I must also do more research on these two vortex church sites to see what their history is.

Pohansko – A Slavic Fortified Settlement

There appears to be a relationship between Slavic settlements from the 900-1100 period and Earth energy lines in Moravia. One of the most important fortified settlements lies south of Breclav in the midst of a magical forest and is called Pohansko. Truthfully, there isn’t much to see but the museum there is wonderful and if you look hard, you can find the remains of a small church. Needless to say, there is an energy line passing through it. So I made this video this summer about the site…

Now, I have often posted about butterflies surrounding me. In this video, please note the butterflies and towards the end, when I was dowsing the line, I was swarmed by them as you will see. I’m not imagining this.

A Pulsating Web

I have come to look at the Earth energy lines and vortices as a web of rivers of light. You can perhaps liken it to the vessels and nerves of the living planet that we live on. Gaia or in the slavic realms Mokosh Herself. It is a true gift from the Divine to find that not only can I dowse some of these aspects of the living being that is our planet but that I now understand that it relates to me personally and deeply.

Not only do I now stop at energy lines and silently flood them with love and hope that I know will spread throughout the entire world but I also send healing. I have come to see the vortices as power centers that can supplement and magnify my and your efforts and beyond that perhaps even points that connect other dimensions to this one. I do think that meditating at these vortices we can help heal humanity and this planet but we can also heal ourselves and raise our consciousness to access other places of being and reality. Perhaps, we can even communicate between one another using the planetary net rather like the internet?

Over the weekend, I start to research the three sisters of Wyrd. They are found in almost all pantheons and systems in one form or another. The three sisters who spin the web of fate – connective and individual. The rivers of light that are the energy lines appear to me increasingly to perhaps be behind these myths. And anyone who has read the amazing book Way of Wyrd will know what I mean and just how perhaps this web might be used (and abused).

I believe that it is increasingly important that we work with this web, the wyrd. I urge anyone who is interested to join me and if in Moravia, contact me, so that we can work together.

More Energy Line Mapping Strangeness

I had always held a belief that one of the energy lines passing through Brno would most certainly pass through Veveři Castle on Brno lake. After all, it is an ancient Castle and surely must be placed on an energy line. Well, to my utter dismay, this is simply untrue. I spent over 90 minutes walking around and around it tonight vainly seeking a line. There were none. Zip, Nada, Nitz. This left me a bit perplexed.

Driving away from the Castle away from Brno and into the country, my plan was to instead work on one of the lines and map it a bit further northwards. I held a stick in my hand driving just in case. About 300m up the road from the Castle, the stick twitched – a bit like a fish giving a nibble! I pulled over and saw that I had just passed a sizeable roadside shrine and that it had a cross on top of it – the kind of cross I have come to associate with energy lines – the one signifying the two saints who converted the Slavs.

The line did seem to stand up to scrutiny if it was a little thin and weak – despite picking it up driving. I managed to get two points a few meters apart but I needed three really to verify its direction. Yes, I ask the sticks the direction and they tell me but…. I like three points as well. So, looking at the map, I saw a small road that ought to cross the line. I drove there and parked. I walked that road three times and although I did find the line, it was really quite weak – so weak – I am not yet fully convinced. Anyway, if it is there, it is I think a new line and I was expecting this as I am lacking one of a pair. It’s alignment though is odd. So, I will need to spend more time there another day as I rather thought I had run out of time and set off home.

As luck would have it, the way home passed through Kuřim where one of my three lines should pass. I spotted a likely looking church on a hill and so I pulled over – still time to check I thought. As I opened my car door, there on the verge was yet another feather. Yes, I am seeing small feathers everywhere. This was a good sign!

My feather….

I walked around the church and confirmed a strong line passing more or less down its aisle. Looking up to photograph the church for my records, I saw on top of its tower the very same type of cross I had alluded to above. I was then able to map the line 500m either side of the church before, with light fading, it really was time to go home.

The church of St. Mary Magdalene in Kuřim was founded by King Přemysl Otakar I before 1226. It was a simple single-nave building, from which the eastern part of the northern wall of the nave with part of the chancel wall has been preserved . Around the second half of the 15th century, the current prismatic tower was added to the north side of the church. Probably before the middle of the 18th century, Mořic Grimm developed a project for the overall Baroque reconstruction of the church. This took place between 1766 and 1772, but it is uncertain whether Grimm’s plans were used. All that remains of the old church is the tower and part of the north wall, otherwise the church was rebuilt as a single nave with an indented presbytery terminated by an apse. Adjacent to the northern and southern walls of the chancel are small formations with a rectangular floor plan, in the southern one was originally a sacristy, which was later moved to the northern annex, where until then there was probably a chapel. (Czech wikipedia entry).

Tracking energy lines is a lot of fun with buckets of mystery thrown in….

Earth Energy Healing

As I have been mapping the energy lines in Moravia for a couple of years now, I am only too aware of just how extensive they are. It is a network of energy and I have discovered just how these lines seem to connect places of importance in my life. They were plainly viewed as important in earlier times as churches and other important spiritual sites are usually placed on the lines as well.

This led me to an idea for an exercise that I’d encourage all magical people to do….

Find your nearest energy line – I have 3 passing within 100m of my home. Stand inside the line and quietly meditate. When you feel ready, send out your love to the planet and its inhabitants who all live withing this energetic and spiritual web of light. I’d encourage us all to do this regularly as it is plain that the world needs it.

We are all part of the one Thing. In the physical world, the connections between our conscious selves seems tenuous at best. But what the discovery of these lines has taught me is that we are all connected within this one Thing even on this physical plane. Our subconscious selves know this. It sees the past, present and future with clarity. It sees the links and the connections and it organises synchronicities in the hope that it will help us put a bit more attention into this other world – the bigger reality. Remember – where you place your attention is where your energy flows.

Find an energy line or a vortex. Work with it and send your loving through that line or vortex into the web of light. I’m convinced this will help heal and guide the planet to a better place.

More Energy Line Tracking

Today I did a couple of hours more tracking of the energy lines to the south. Starting in Rajhrad, I soon found the line that goes through the Monastry there and tracked it across town. I lost it again going into the countryside but headed towards Syrovice and the church there to see if I could pick it up there – this is a strategy that sometimes works as these line often pass through village churches. Today, I was out of luck. Not that my hunch didn’t pay off but that Syrovice was having its annual fayre and there was nowhere to park and crowds of folk everywhere!

Not quite knowing where the line may be headed, I decided to head towards Dolni Kounice and work the other line a bit…. I stopped in Pravlov (for some reason all I could thing about though was Pavlov and his dog!) and immediately hit pay dirt at the church there. The line passed straight down its aisle and across the street into a building that looked exactly where the line should go. I was then able to go street to street and track the line across Pravlov in the process discovering some nice views of Dolni Kounice and some earthworks of interest too.

According to the village website, Pravlov is quite ancient and associated with Dolni Kounice…

Pravlov – a very ancient village, which appears at the end of the 11th century, perhaps with an even older history. It was an old market settlement, which lay on the ford of the river Jihlava, later with a toll bridge, at the crossroads of very important medieval roads – from Znojmo to Brno and Hungary through southern Moravia Hustopeče-Velká Bíteš to Bohemia.

The Church too is mentioned…

Of all the monuments that have survived from the past, it is necessary to notice especially the parish church, which was dedicated to St. Martin until 1772, since then it has been the Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is a Gothic building, as documented by a massive tower and supporting pillars around it, rebuilt in the Renaissance style, with repairs from 1750 to 1772. Opposite the church facade stands the rectory, which was rebuilt in 1761.

So a little bit of progress but many more hours left to do…