Maria Wheatley is a writer, dowser and researcher of earth mysteries specializing in the geodetic system of earth energies and ley lines. She organizes regular tours of sacred sites and medieval churches and cathedrals in the South West of England to locate and interact with the monument’s hidden energies. Her late father was considered a Master Dowser who discovered the hidden chakra system within Glastonbury Abbey and how it was ritualistically used by the Royal Bloodline. For the past ten years Maria has continued researching the many ways in which our prehistoric ancestors harnessed and utilized the Earth Force. Her thought-provoking explanation of how ley lines originally channelled light into megalithic temples, and how standing stones sited upon certain circular patterns of earth energy absorb and transmit the Earth Force challenges our perception of ancient sites.
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