On this show we’ve gone in depth about the nature of ley lines and how rituals are conducted at certain energy line anchors to imbue the natural electromagnetic grid intended to effect a society. When a private firm announce it would build one of the largest ferris wheels on Staten Island, past guest Matthew Delooze explained its occult function and how they’re strategically placed in cities across the world. In this case the structure on Staten Island would face the nexus of ley lines that meet somewhere in the middle of the harbor. However, this proposal came a few months after superstorm Sandy ravaged the northeast coast and many New Yorkers questioned the safety of constructing the giant wheel.
In August of 2015, images of endangered animals were projected on to the side of the Empire State Building. The project was sponsored by the Oceanic Preservation Society and Obscura Digital. An image of Kali, known as the Goddess of Time, Change, Power, and Destruction, was also projected, created by artist Android Jones.
If you’ve been listening to this show you’ll know the importance of the Empire State Building within the energy grid. Its one the tallest obelisks in the country and its set on an energy intersection, similar to the Great Pyramid of Giza. The exterior of the building is clad in Indiana limestone panels. Those panels are significant for imbueing consciousness says our returning guest Peter Champoux. Peter says leylines carry a telluric current which is an electromagnetic energy that also fuels human creativity.
New York City and London are highly creative places that have a number of leylines feeding it. However, as we’ve discussed in detail, cell phones, wifi and other microwave interference block the human brain waves from our connection to the natural tellurics.
There’s another effort to imbue significant energy points with a certain consciousness. 28 meter tall 3D printed models of the 2000 year old Temple of Palmyra in Syria also known as the Temple of Baal are to be put on display in London’s Trafalgar Square during UNESCO World Heritage Week starting April 18. Although its been canceled in New York City, initially, a replica of the temple was to be temporaily placed in Times Square, New York City and Leicester Square in London.
Guest – Peter Champoux, a gaiagrapher (maps the living Earth) and Earth-Keeper. His work brings the individual and community into relationship with our living planet. Discoverer of Earth Rings, he is a leading researcher in the field phenomena of ley lines, earth grids, and natures geometries of scale. Since the 1990s, Peter has turned his originally simple geographic observations into the evolving spriitual art and science of what he terms Gaiagraphy: the patterns of our living, sentient Earth in alignment with each person’s unique path through life. Internationally known as an authority on earth grids, Peter writes on nature’s pattern language; maps, gaiagraphic studies for people, place and purpose.