arthur hamlin wrote:
If ley Lines do not have any energy in them, how do we know they do or don`t exist ?.
If we can dowse them than they must be made up of energy for dowsers to obtain a response.
If they were not there than surely no response would occur.
Here's how I see it. I think it comes down to how you personally measure the energy in a line - I tend to associate the width of a line with how energetic it is, but if you see the elephant another way then you might not have that association.
A LEY is a visual alignment of sites. You can dowse such lines (because you can dowse anything you can think of), but they have no width to speak of.
ENERGY LEYS have a definite width, for me usually about 3m or more. The wider the line, the more energetic it is. Energy leys also have component bands that can be dowsed, plus other characteristics, e.g. colour, associated m&f serpentine lines that may or may not be contained within the ley, depending on how energetic it is. Energy leys may
correspond with visual leys, but not always. They are not parts of grid networks like Hartmann or Curry. They are always associated with power centres and blind springs, where they seem to originate and terminate.
ENERGY LINES are any other earth energy lines. They can be straight, as part of a grid; or serpentine lines not associated with energy leys. They are usually fairly narrow.
Does that work for you, Arthur?