Strong & long leylines in the Netherlands & Belgium
Leylines roughly can be divided in weak, strong and very strong leylines. Especially the very strong leylines get very much attention, because of the very long distances they travel over the surface of our world. They connect the continents of this planet with each other. they are called world-leylines. They provide the Earth worldwide with very powerful energy. Where they cross each other, normally is a very strong leycentre.
Between these the strong leylines are situated which let the energies spread further. They connect the provinces, regions, and area's which each other, and spread the energy there. Where they cross each other strong leycentres are present. These leycentres determined for our ancestors the choice of location for their villages. They also situated their sacred sites
and defences on these powerplaces.
Between the strong and very strong leylines many many weak leylines can be found. They provide a further spread of the powerful energy and take care of the exchange of energies with the environment. Because of this system of leylines together with other types of energylines, the whole planet is provided with extra energy. They make our planet alive!
Ultimately there are leylines everywhere around our planet. The density of the leylines is high, almost every ten metres two or three leylines can be found. A huge part of them are weak leylines, and only a limited part is (very) strong. So it is impossible to draw a (practical) map of a region, province or country. For the Netherlands and Belgium we can show some strong leylines.
Strong leylines are:
· Leyline Clervaux - Wijnaldum (from Luxembourg to the north of the Netherlands)
· Leyline Stonehenge - Externsteine (from England through the south of the Netherlands to Germany)
There is also a website (in Dutch) about maps of long world-leylines, see for this: www.kunstgeografie.nl
Leyline Clervaux - Wijnaldum
An example of strong leyline is pictured above. The leyline is situated between Clervaux in Luxembourg and Wijnaldum in the north of the Netherlands.
Leyline Stonehenge - Externsteine
A large leyline runs from Stonehenge in England to Externsteine in Deutschland (near Horn near Paderborn). Both locations are used as an old Celtic sanctuary. This leyline runs through the Netherlands for a part. The following leycentres are on the line:
· Stonehenge (England)
A large stonecircle of megaliths, built in early-Christian ages.
· Domburg (Zeeland), the old Dunes-castle
The norther-castle on Walcheren built by the Vikings.
· Oosterhout (Noord-Brabant), Slotbosse Toren
This tower was part of the very large castle Strijen. Only the tower of bricks with 26 meters high keeps standing. After the 'war of 80 years' the castle was destroyed by gunfire, and after this the stone of the castle were juiced for buildings in Oosterhout. (Source: ANWB) Only the corner of the tower still remains. It is standing with its corner on the leycentre. The centre is heavy negative because of the battle that took place here, and because of the fire that let the castle burn down. The leycentre is still negative, this is emphasized by founding a dead body of a baby near the tower some years ago. www.castles.nl/strij/strij.html
The Slotbosse Tower in Oosterhout
· 's-Hertogenbosch (Noord-Brabant), Sint-Janscathedral
The leyline crosses through the tower of this cathedral.
· Externsteine (Deutschland)
A rock formation that rises in the landscape and already was juiced in early-Christian ages as a religious sanctuary.