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The Sun and the Serpent

4.45  ·  Rating details ·  44 ratings  ·  5 reviews
If you are into ley lines, then this book is a must for you. It literally maps the Michael and Mary ley lines (which originate in Cornwall in the South West of England) in the finest detail, and takes you on a journey through ancient history to present day. Not only will you discover where the ley lines criss-cross the English countryside but you will find out how the anci ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published May 21st 1990 by MYTHOS
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Kirsty Hawkshaw
I first read this book in 1995 when I first moved to Cornwall for a sabatical period of life. I had previously spent 3 years either at free raves or touring with Opus 111 (a band I was part of). I arrived in Cornwall burnt out, emotionally exhausted, and in desperate need of 'real energy' and to re-connect with the earth. The book is about the trail of the St Michaels ley line which runs from Cornwall to Bury St Edmunds. When I first read it I decided to go to one of the places on Bodmin Moor wh ...more
Martin
Apr 14, 2020 rated it really liked it
Very interesting and informative opening eyes to a new and old world of serpents and dragons while following Mary and Micheal across the country via hills, holy springs, ancient churches and monuments with druids and priests abound. Will I or could I, walk or cycle it is the question?
Phil
May 15, 2008 rated it really liked it
Well, I take this kind of thing with a pinch of salt, but it was quite an amusing read. Not that in these days of the nanny state I can endorse driving while dowsing, though!
Fiona Robson
Jul 27, 2011 rated it it was amazing
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An absolute MUST for any ley hunter. I've visited a lot of these sites anyway, but reading this book makes you want to return. Has some fascinating earth energy theories, too. ...more
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