8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
should be viewed at as a standard book of reference on leys,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Old Straight Track: Its Mounds, Beacons, Moats, Sites and Mark Stones (Paperback)
Though quite old (1925) - nobody seams to have surpassed the depth and completeness with which Alfred Watkins describes the topographic handwriting our very ancient ancestors have left behind in the landscape. If anybody is interested in Ötzi, this book is a must. If anybody loves the idea of power lines - he must question the durability of his believe before reading this book. Be sure not to ease your attention when reading through long lists of examples - mostly important hints come unanounced. To be a ley hunter yourself will help you to truely appreciate the richness of different aspects, providing a greatly holistic picture of ancient orientation. What I like most about this book: This is no preacher or guru trying to convince you - you feel treated as a critical reader and motivated to deepen the understanding by taking your mountain bike out into the open air - searching for more tracks ...