11 responses

  1. Bruce Sanders
    March 25, 2019

    Could anyone offer up any info on leyline crossings in Northern NSW or South East QLD?


  2. Simon
    January 26, 2019

    The rock “porthole” could be where a large tree has came to rest a hard wood variety most likely a big round piece of a tree has landed there and as its decomposed slowly possibly over a century or two. its sap acids and minerals present in the wood have fossilised to the host rock even appearing to be the same as it now. I have seen these impressions in rocks in the Adelaide hills. That is the conclusion I came to.


  3. Michelle Howard
    June 17, 2018

    I think I live on a ley line. The portal is open, creatures at times running thru my apt. The magnetic energy at times is so strong that it lifts my arms as if filled with helium. My ears ring so loudly, yet different from normal types of ringing. Mood changes in my husband during this. I have 3 rocks that become magnetized. You drop one and it lands back on top of other rock , same way e ery time, hard to pull apart. I have artifacts but no one to help me.


    • Richard Clarke
      August 1, 2018

      Contact Stevan and Evan


    • ashley franklin
      October 23, 2019

      Michelle Howard, I would like to know more about your experience with leylines. Please, contact me at miluem824@gmail.com


  4. Robert Sven Skappel
    May 10, 2018

    What an amazing legacy the original people have left us, I only hope we can learn something practical from their understanding of Mother Earth !

    Many thanks Richard, keep up the good work !


  5. Stephen Clarke
    February 10, 2018

    Powerful, clear and loving work. Keep at it – it’s much needed.


  6. David Cowan
    January 31, 2018

    I have been researching the rock art here in Scotland for several decades and have waled over 3,000 miles over ten years following the energies they emit. The cup marks here have a variety of purposes and are always energized by being placed over geological fissures, as are standing stones and circles.


  7. Dave
    June 13, 2017

    My sister has lived just off Woy Woy rd for 30 years a neighbour of the glyphs and Bulgandry we often go bush walking and have seen these things what a shame it has taken us so long to appreciate and have some understanding of them i heard of the glyphs many years ago and was told it was a hoax on a rock face on the trail heading towards Tascott until a year ago my son convinced me to come and look at them he knows most of the trails all through the national park and talks of lots of rock carvings i could not believe it then above the glyphs taking time to wonder how that rock melted and the circles engrave in the rocks around. Now i know why we seen things down in the bay and late at night coming up the M1 the area on the east side of Woy Woy rd now needs protection love your work fellas.


  8. Roy Batham
    May 30, 2017

    The articles appearing on this website are extremely interesting and I know lots of people would like to see them. I request permission to copy extracts and post to http://www.megalithic.co.uk/index.php?tab=full


    • evstrong
      May 30, 2017

      sure a link back to us would be kindly appreciated, many thanks


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