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a highly productive pasture composed largely of annual grasses and clovers. It has a tremendous capacity to make milk but is susceptible to outbreaks of hypomagnesemia.
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It has been specially good for ghost-hunters working on the idea that the ley lines are spirit paths, especially leading to crossroads which are thought to have supernatural importance.
Anthony thinks of ley lines, not as sources of particular mystical energy, as some do, but simply as ancient tracks.
Next time you see the man from your local water board with his kooky-looking divining rod or hear your friendly architect muttering enthusiastically about ley lines, be a little open minded and give credit where credit's due.
Specialist surveyor Gordon, who has a particular interest in medieval buildings explains: "The tower is built on the junction of two ley lines and has an incredible sense of peace.
Sandra also revealed the site is popular with pagans because it is situated in the middle of a triangle where all the ley lines, ancient energy faults under the ground, converge.
I don't hold with crystal power or ley lines or anything but it's easier to believe that the pull of the planets might have something to do with our character or behaviour.
Founded by Tim Fielding (pictured right), who has mixed the latest Journeys compilation, Ley Lines, which hits the shops on November 3 and which he describes as "a mental trip to a musical Avalon.
UFO experts including Betty Meyler believe the ancient megalithic cairns were constructed on ley lines which are believed to be conduits for the earth's electromagnetic energy grid.
Hughes' best story, Ley Lines, in his debut collection The Tower, parodies a New Age incomer's mystical attachments to our physical landscape.