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Ley Lines Map of US cities
Shiloh
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Ley Lines Map of US cities
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Does anyone have a map of ley lines, energy vortex locations, or energy grid intersections? I have looked and looked but I can't really find anything. Do they not exist?
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Shiloh
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Thanks LopGuest but I was looking for zoomed in maps of cities that show streets and such. I'd imagine there are energy lines within the cities themselves. I'm curious about Detroit, D.C, Philly, Memphis, and Denver.
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Shiloh  Wrote: (12-02-2010 02:47 AM)
Does anyone have a map of ley lines, energy vortex locations, or energy grid intersections? I have looked and looked but I can't really find anything. Do they not exist?

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Shiloh  Wrote: (12-02-2010 03:15 AM)
Thanks LopGuest but I was looking for zoomed in maps of cities that show streets and such. I'd imagine there are energy lines within the cities themselves. I'm curious about Detroit, D.C, Philly, Memphis, and Denver.

I'm sure if there was any energy lines in Detroit the heathens would have stole them by now!
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Shiloh  Wrote: (12-02-2010 03:15 AM)
Thanks LopGuest but I was looking for zoomed in maps of cities that show streets and such. I'd imagine there are energy lines within the cities themselves. I'm curious about Detroit, D.C, Philly, Memphis, and Denver.

I'm sure if there was any energy lines in Detroit the heathens would have stole them by now!

Let me tell ya 'bout the D.

No one lived there, not Huron, not Nishnob, not Wyandotte until the French built a fort in the bend (detroit) of the river to protect their fur trade of the upper Great Lakes.

Too much swamp, too many skeeters, too many biting flies.

About 40 miles (64 Km) south of Detroit, near Monroe; there's a town called Frenchtown. That's where the NDN's & French traders lived.

Sensible people.

There's correspondence from the Brits (when they took over Fort Detroit after the French-Indian War) that records whole cavalry brigade's horses spooking, bucking & running from the onslaught of insects at the fort.

Strategy, not sensibility.

Sidebar: General George Armstrong Custer was a son of Monroe, MI.

He ate it at the Battle of the Greasy Grass (aka Little Big Horn in Amerikan history).

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I'd like to see one of Denver too. The east side close to the capitol doesn't have bad energy but I hate the energy downtown. You have to go to The Highlands and Lakewood (across the South Platte River) before it lightens up a bit.
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Shiloh
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Orlando, Fl. is another city that has a weird energy to me. It's like it dead. I have told family members that it feels like Orlando has no soul.
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you want to know a place that has miserable energy, come to the north shore in massachusetts. I'm not sure if it's all of mass that's like this but the entire east coast of mass is nasty. i regret every day buying my house here in Salem and wish i could pick it up and move it back to CT where I'm from. Not all energy in CT is good but the west coast of CT is very peaceful and has a lovely feeling. I used to love to hike near the Indian Res in near Kent and a branch of the Appalachian trail. Absolutely beautiful!
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Zafia  Wrote: (12-14-2010 07:23 PM)
you want to know a place that has miserable energy, come to the north shore in massachusetts. I'm not sure if it's all of mass that's like this but the entire east coast of mass is nasty. i regret every day buying my house here in Salem and wish i could pick it up and move it back to CT where I'm from. Not all energy in CT is good but the west coast of CT is very peaceful and has a lovely feeling. I used to love to hike near the Indian Res in near Kent and a branch of the Appalachian trail. Absolutely beautiful!


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Ashland, Oregon supposedly has a great vibe and attracts alternative people but Storm, my energy healer/psychologist and I can't stand the way it feels. I don't know if it's more the claustrophobic layout of the town or some underlying vibration.

Nelson, B.C. is also an alternative, claustrophobic town but it's a great place to visit and I love the vibes. Cheer
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Shiloh
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Hiya Rose!

I'll tell you a town that truly freaked me out!!!!!

Durham, NC the home of Duke University! OMG! I couldn't stand being there longer than 1 hour! I was out of there in 30 minutes flat!

My niece and I were cruising the state, sightseeing. This town was one of our stops.

All of a sudden my heart began racing. My clutch leg started shaking. My grip on the steering wheel was tightening. I was getting agitated and then scared. We didn't say a word...but could feel something as soon as we turned off the main highway.

My niece was nervous as hell (but scared to say)
and I was nervous as hell (but afraid she'd think I was batty batty Auntie)

We made it to Duke and by then we were in full fledged Code Blue Panic attack mode.

We both looked at each other and our eyes said what each was thinking and feeling .
We both yelled simultaneously, "Let's get the hell out of here!"

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We peeled outta that town so fast...like we were running from "something". Once we got out far enough...our senses calmed down.

What was it? I dunno. WE dunno.

Indescribably Spooky...Weird vibe...Made our hairs stand up and gave us goosebumps.
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Rose  Wrote: (12-17-2010 02:44 AM)
Ashland, Oregon supposedly has a great vibe and attracts alternative people but Storm, my energy healer/psychologist and I can't stand the way it feels. I don't know if it's more the claustrophobic layout of the town or some underlying vibration.

Nelson, B.C. is also an alternative, claustrophobic town but it's a great place to visit and I love the vibes. Cheer

I used to sundance in Ashland. (little pilot rock to be exact). The town wasn't too bad imo, but a bit trendy in a hippy kind of way. lol. The worst energy I felt around that region was Grants Pass. That place drained me every time I went through it.
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Rose
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Hello Shiloh and TTR


That's how Storm and I felt in Ashland. We got off the freeway to check out the downtown area and we were like frantic Scream1 where's the freeway? Because I knew the energy psychologist had given a seminar there, I asked her what she thought of the area and she had the same reaction. She also has the same reaction to where Storm and I live, as do I. No wonder I've gone insane and now post on Lunatic Outpost. Scream1


Shiloh, the Rice Diet Program is located in Durham. Maybe you picked up on the grains of rice screaming. chuckle http://www.ricedietprogram.com/
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