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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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That's where the name came from and we're going to see if we can use our music to join up the cosmic ley lines.
Within seconds, the two rods had crossed, signalling a ley line outside local resident William Boyd's house.
The ley lines are lines of energy from the Earth, so maybe the energy around Castle Hill has woken up.
Anthony thinks of ley lines, not as sources of particular mystical energy, as some do, but simply as ancient tracks.
You will often find monuments, megaliths and even cathedrals built on the ley lines the craft follow.
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.
It's all about ley lines (the energy paths that connect sacred sites), dowsing, divining and environmental orientation and not at all the hotch-potch of hocus pocus that some people might think.
VERY loosely based on the original novel by HG Wells in 1895 the story was first given a creditable screen airing in 1960 but this updated version directed by the writer's great-grandson disappears somewhere along the Ley Lines of continuity.
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.
Stirling University boss Ron reckons the many historical sites in the Circle have produced an intricate web of ley lines.
Hughes' best story, Ley Lines, in his debut collection The Tower, parodies a New Age incomer's mystical attachments to our physical landscape.