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Frequently asked questions (FAQ):

1. Are there any leylines in my house?
Leylines are mostly positive paths of energy. They exist frequently, and can be found probably in your home. Most leylines are only weak of energy and do have only little influence. More explanation about the number of leylines in your area, can be found on the page Strong leylines.

2. Are there any harmful geopathic stress or negative energies in my house?
The webmaster of this website doesn't do any investigation in the homes of people. When you want to find an answer to this question you can try to search the internet for people who can help you with it. You can also perhaps learn to dowse yourself.

With the situation of a town or village, or the location of a farm, defensive works and sacred site (religion), (all before the year 1350) they always chose a strong crosspoint of leylines.
Indien er niets in het archief is opgenomen van een gebied of van een specifieke plek: zie de volgende vraag.

3. Are there in my area any crosspoints of leylines or sacred sites?   Also for holiday destinations.
The ancient tribes and civilisations which lived on earth (before the year 1350) all situated their sacred sites and their villages on sacred sites. The people felt that these places were special, and always kept these in their minds. Worldwide there still exist many old temples and sacred sites, which were situated on crosspoints of leylines. Also high points in the landscape on earth contain crosspoints of leylines.
- Europe: The ancient people here had sacred sites in nature, like sources, sacred trees or groups of trees, and other spots in nature. Also (Greek/Roman) temples were built as sacred site. Further back in time megalithic monuments were built like standing stones (menhirs), stone circles and dolmens. Also burial mounds and other sacred hills were created.
- Africa & Middle East: Mostly spots in nature and heights in the landscape were used as sacred site. Besides this also temples and pyramids in ancient Egypt, monolithic churches of Lalibela in te Ethiopia and mosques built on old sacred sites.
- Asia: The region has many temples, of which most of them are situated on a crosspoint of leylines. Some temple complexes are Angkor Wat in Cambodja and the Borobudur in Indonesia. Besides the temples they have many sacred sites in nature and other small sacred sites. And China has several pyramids.
- Australia: The most powerful sacred site is Uluru (Ayers Rock), a red gigantic rock in the middle of Australia. Besides, this continent has many natural sacred sites.
- North-America: Only the native people had sacred sites on crosspoints of  leylines. These were mostly sites in nature, but they created also sacred sites themselves on powerplaces, like an earthen snake in the landscape.
- Middle- & South-America: The people here knew different sacred sites; temple complexes, pyramids, lines and large figures printed in the landscape, and also smaller sites in nature.

4. Are there any maps of leylines in my area?
The large frequency of leylines makes it difficult to map them all in a region. Often only the strongest leylines are presented on a map. There are only a few maps of leylines, and if they exist you should be able to find them with a searchengine. About the frequency of leylines in your area you can visit the page Strong leylines.