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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 1 June 2014
The authors have put a lot of work into the research for this book and over many years; they describe how the male and female energy channels, or serpents, weave about this “Albion” Ley-line that spans the length of the UK and maybe beyond. Most remarkable is all the important religious buildings and certain other important buildings constructed upon these weaving energy channels! The authors present the facts which speak for themselves, showing that quite obviously our ancestors had a knowledge that now seems to be lost!

This is an important book cataloguing their research: definitely recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 12 December 2013
This has been an enthralling read. The authors have successfully deployed an approach of intuition and solid research to produce an excellent read that not only describes the energy line, but also provides a wealth of information about the history and folklore associated with its route. Even though I have explored Britain widely, there is still much to learn about our magical isle. A more thorough proof read would have been worthwhile, but nevertheless I don't feel that this detracts from a five-star rating. I would also recommend Gary's earlier work, The Spirit of Portland.
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I love exploring places of historical and mythical significance - this book provides suggestions of new locations and gives details that will make any visit to them all the more enjoyable and meaningful. Although I have no direct experience of earth energy work the book was an invitation to explore, not only the places featured, but also the ideas and concepts.

The style of writing made me feel I was on a personal journey with the authors. I enjoy reading about landscape mysteries but I think it was this feeling of being invited by the authors to explore with them that really made the book a special one for me.
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on 27 April 2013
Having skip read the book belonging to some one else I so enjoyed it I decided to buy. The book is excellent and very detailed, exceedingly thought provoking and interesting. The amount of research is phenomenal . The delivery was prompt and the book excellently packed . Definitely a good buy and something that can be read and re-read time and time again
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on 19 June 2013
had seen this book at a lecture by the author,s was so pleased to ne able to get it from amazon

and as it was was printed privately the speed of the delivery
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 25 March 2013
This book has been lovingly written and made. The writers clearly have a deep passion for what they are doing. It has masses of information about the sacred sites along the centre of England. A good read.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 18 February 2014
This book should be viewed as sister volume to The Sun and the Serpent by Hamish Miller and Paul Broadhurst, the latter work inspiring the former. While The Sun and the Serpent explored the longest East-West line, The Micheal Line, so this work explores the longest North-South line of mainland Britain, known as The Belinus Line, named after the legendary King who was said to have made straight roads across Britain, and who is mentioned by Geoffrey of Monmouth and whose name is probably associated with the solar god Belinus or Bel, supported by the fact that one of this god’s major shrines falls right on the Belinus Line itself at Kirkby Lonsdale, a location almost exactly in the centre point of the line.

This book is an extremely important book for ley hunters as this alignment is, along with the Michael Line, arguably the most important of all Britain’s leys because of its important geometrical positioning.

The line runs from the Isle of Wight in the South through no less than six major cities: Winchester (the ancient capital of England no less, with the longest Cathedral in Europe), Manchester (now, interestingly often referred to as the capital of the North of England), Birmingham (the biggest city in Britain next only to London), Carlisle (important because of Hadrian’s Wall), Perth (the ancient capital of Scotland) and Inverness (considered as the capital of the Highlands). Clearly this line marks a centre of Power and Royalty.

Gary Biltcliffe first came across The Belinus line in a book by Guy Raglan Phillips called Brigantia in a Glastonbury bookshop. He decided to investigate it, a process that continued over two decades, Caroline Hoare joining him half way through that pilgrimage. Together, as Hamish Miller and Paul Broadhurst did with the Michael Line, Gary and Caroline dowsed the dual male-female serpentine currents around the central straight alignment with interesting results.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 6 November 2013
"I have been eagerly awaiting for this book to be published and am totally enthralled by it. Such a huge amount of research has gone into it and it brings a lot of information together that previously one has had to research quite extensively to find even if one is already interested in this kind of thing. I am exploring places I already know in a new light as well as discovering many new ones!"
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 9 June 2013
Enjoyed this from start to finish.
I'm off to the nest Ley Hunters Moot !
Need to find some dowsing rods and dig out all the old maps.
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