The Star line.
Ancient places and sites are seemingly linked together in straight lines across the Earth. We look closely at one particular line with 40+ places all called ‘Star’.
Which Alfred Watkins termed them ‘Ley lines’. Prehistoric monuments such as standing stones, circles and chambered cairns and even settlements were constructed on these lines and at the junctions of lines. We look closely at one particular one.
‘The Star line’.
From Scotland ( possibly further ) through England, France, Switzerland, Italy, to Africa, Egypt to Cairo.
In a straight line, many of the locations, cities,
townships that are on that line. The “root” of the towns name is always the same, represented across over 40+ places, the core is always “star”.
Whats going on?
Times are moving forward, website is going through a little bit of a transistion. I say ‘little bit’. So bare with, whilst it all comes together.
Thank you, you are awesome.
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