The Planetary Grid, Ancient Monuments, and how it is all Connected

By Ivan | Ancient Code

The ‘Planetary Grid’ hypothesis is a modern concept which suggests that the Earth is surrounded by an invisible network of energy, carried around the globe by a kind of ‘geometric highway’ known as Ley-Lines.

These geometric lines meet at various intersecting points forming a powerful grid (see attachment).

What makes the theory so compelling is the number of sacred sites which run in alignment to these energy lines.

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This includes many of the Earths major heritage sites such as the pyramids of Giza, the Prang temple, and Stonehenge.

The four types of sacred architecture which appear across these Ley lines are:

Tombs: Marhoj Burial mound, Pyramid of Khufu, Janggun Chong
Temples: Ziggurat of Ur, Prang pyramid, Tikal Temple
Monuments: Stonehenge, La Puerta de Hayu Marka
Shrines: Giant Buddha of Leshan, Moai Statues

The hypothesis raises several important questions:

How did out ancestors know about the existence of this hypothetical energy grid?
What was the interconnected purpose of these world monuments?
And finally, what has become of this energy field today?

The only insight I can offer is that in one way or another, all these shrines and monuments are connected to the realms of the Gods (e.g. the heavens, the underworld and other legendary dimensions). With no current proof to support the planetary grid hypothesis, we can only speculate as to what this incredible alignment was really about.

By Simon E. Davies. Contributor to Ancient Code.



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