Posts : 39
Join date : 2013-09-07
Age : 43
Location : Kokomo, In, USA
|Subject: What Are Ley Lines? Tue Jan 07, 2014 9:00 am|| |
I know I could have Googled "Ley Lines", and answered this question on my own. However, all of you here (that I usually talk to, and have developed friendships with) are usually much better at giving me a building block of knowledge by putting things into layman's terms, so I do not feel bombarded by information that I usually do not comprehend right away. I have done as much research as I could on the area, and will post that in a separate post, and while doing my research, I realized that maybe something like ley lines are to blame because the history of the area is quite benign. Granted, I am sure there are things that went unreported prior to settlers arriving here, but when you read the "report" I have generated on the background of Kokomo, Indiana, you will see why I have begun to branch out, and consider ley-lines, portals, vortexes, and any other weird geographical phenomena.
BTW: The area I live in is under a state of emergency, regarding travel, which means "No Non-Emergency Transportation", so I have a day to do nothing but go through many files I have yet to look at. Basically, unless someone here needs to go to the hospital, if I were to be spotted by a policeman while driving, I would be ticketed for breaking the "No Travel" declaration. Saturday night, and all through Sunday morning, evening, and night, we received 17 1/2 inches of snow. After the snowfall subsided, the temperatures dropped something fierce. Right now, the temperature (before wind-chill factoring) is -11. The wind-chill makes it feel like, according to weather.com, -37 degrees Fahrenheit. Kind of strange that just a little over a month ago, we were cleaning up from two EF3 tornadoes that ripped through here.
Global warming- more than a myth.
Posts : 322
Join date : 2013-08-30
|Subject: Re: What Are Ley Lines? Tue Jan 07, 2014 10:34 pm|| |
Oh wow you are stuck in that snow stuff!
It looks horrendous on the news. We are suffering from floods where I live
Right Ley lines... I will look forward to your report
All I know is Im surrounded by them.
Im not far from the Wellington monument, Glastonbury etc and most of our ancient churches are built on the lines.