Dowsing Ancient Sites
There is a wealth of information that could come from these ancient sites if researchers were open to following the clues. One of the best tools that can be used is Dowsing as it can point out alignments and features that would not be spotted otherwise. A good example is the Tie Creek Site in the Manitoba Whiteshell area. The largest feature there is Feature #1 (shown below) with a length of 110'10" on the west line and 128'3" on the east line. This feature contains some very large boulders with what seems to be arbitrary glacial erratics (stones) spread around the outside of the feature. Archaeologists have tried to make sense of them with only one possible alignment connected to the feature and a celestial object.
In the diagram above the letters mark points of topic, click for larger scale.
Very few sites around the world show astronomical alignments including "assigned" alignments. Without knowing the intent of the designers or the exact date that they built these sites, all alignments are pure guesswork. Astronomical alignments can be convenient. Without knowing the exact date of the design you only have to search back to a time that corresponds to an astronomical alignment, and presto, you have your so-called alignment. No one can argue with you for they too are guessing on the timeframe. To complicate things two or more cultures usually have used these sites with the latest cultural changes being the final product. By that time, the original knowledge is lost and the task has just multiplied in difficulty.
Within these sites dowsing is now showing properties that would have been missed by conventional measurements. I feel that it is important to show some of the findings so that others in the field might also come across similar results and the patterns. The more pieces of this puzzle that comes to light, the more a complete picture will be discovered.
Above all, the Tie Creek features convinced me that the designers knew something that we don't. The clue can be found outside the feature with a set of dowsing rods. On the north-west side of Feature #1 is a set of three energy lines that comprise a width of approximately 25 feet. This is not surprising because a major energy line runs through the site at this point (see above diagram). This line connects to the Wave site (Tie Creek Area Site #7 is .3 miles away) and continues on through to the Alonsa/Glenella Petroform site (136 miles) ending up at the Majorville Medicine Circle in Alberta (a distance of 743 miles). Feature #1 at Tie Creek is built on the junction of energy "grid" lines that converge at this spot. There are other energy line convergence centers at the site but they belong to different geometric pattern systems.
There are no obvious boulder alignments until dowsing rods are applied. The dowsing will show energy lines running through stones and boulders. It's only at that moment, standing on the individual lines that other boulders come into visual alignment (as shown below in fig #1). You also have to take into consideration that this site is thousands of years old and some of the stones shown in the diagrams have been knocked out of their original placement. This is why some of the stones are just touching the line or are in the general area.
When I first started dowsing at Tie Creek I found the site had energy lines that crossed at the center of Feature #1. While working with the 124-degree line outside of this feature I was surprised to find the line shift in direction. To the west of the site an odd shaped triangular boulder of approximately two feet in diameter was placed in the middle of the two 124 degree lines. This boulder could be just another stone but dowsing rods show that it is in the center of two energy lines that cross from the outside lines (see below).
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What actually happens is that the center boulder splits or focuses the energy lines and connects the two outer lines at that spot (see fig. #3 above. You could say that it was coincidental, or that the energy pattern just happened that way until you examine the center boulder. The boulder was hand picked or was shaped by fracturing it into its present shape. Then it was aligned pointing down the energy line so that the two facets or cleavages became "lenses" (the same as a light prism) that projected the two crossover lines (see photo below). To fracture this boulder would not be a small feat for it is composed of pink granite. Someone made quite an effort to find or create this object and had a very specific use for it.
Looking Northeast down the 124 – 304 degree line, with the prism stone in the middle.
After seeing the dowsing results it didn’t take long to realize that this site was "layered" in purpose and design. Energy was being collected and directed to key positions and places. There will be more on this as time allows but for now this is a good introduction for researches to check other sites around the world. I have found that there are generally three parallel energy lines that create a single balanced line. Why I say balanced is that the energy follows a direction with its "partner line" flowing in the opposite direction. This energy is a harmonic and will follow the rules of harmonics. The third line is the balanced state that exists in the middle or "border edge" of the two lines of direction. It is the border between the two opposite harmonic directions of flow. This middle energy line is in a balanced state of neutrality. These are the three basic parts of one line that creates with other similar lines to form the earth’s grid. The earth's grid is not one singular geometric design. There are many geometries involved and it all depends on what level you are perceiving. See The Schematic of Time and Ancient Sites for more information on this.
Although the boulders do align in the direction of some astronomical sources, they are only there to provide correlation to grander structure. To demonstrate this, I picked out one of the boulders that would never be in alignment to any astronomical object because it is pointing downhill. The example of this is the standing triangle rock marked in the top diagram as "D". It is part of the 124 degree line. This line actually goes downhill from the main feature at "G" which is also in alignment with the "Energy Prism Rock".
It is all about energy and energy collection. Understanding this energy, what it is and how it was used will take time to explain and understand. One more note for researchers; dowsing can also be supplemented with Remote Viewing of the site to extract more knowledge. I have done many RVing sessions with this site and have many experiences to draw from. The most memorable was viewing of a ceremony taking place there in the distant past. As I watched this group of natives walking in a line behind one another they turned to the right creating a "J" pattern. It was at this point and time that the leader (a shaman) was now facing me. He stopped, than looked in "my direction of view", then walked forward to my "position" between realities (past and present). At that point he stooped forward and stared right into my face. This startled me so much that the session was over due to my loss of focus. I cannot exaggerate how much fun there is working with tools that allow this type of experience, never mind the information that can be gleamed form it.
The 124 degree energy line (Elemental line energy) as it extends through Feature #1 and towards the southeast. The end of this line has a triangle rock standing on its base with apex pointing upward.