Earth Energies & Stonehenge

Monumental sites such as Avebury Henge and Stonehenge are believed to be ancient centres of power that incorporated ley lines and earth energies. Research over the past 60 years suggests that the location of important ancient sites was far from being an arbitrary choice. Site selection was due to the phenomenal earth energy patterns that were present and the megalithic architecture would be determined by the energy system, which produced unusual geophysical activity. 

Our research suggests that the prehistoric architects were acutely aware of the earth’s whispering energies and subtle geometries, and they integrated them into the foundation plans of their monuments using a long lost technology.

The ancient megalithic builders of Wessex were obsessed with underground water and the harmonic surface pattern it emits. It is a well-known fact that underground water is a great conductor of electromagnetic energy. Our ancestors were fully aware of this phenomenon and built upon the magnetic hot spots creating power centres. 

Below is a survey of the underground streams found at Stonehenge which was produced by the Master Dowser, Guy Underwood. 

Notice that numerous underground streams radiate from beneath the Heel Stone and the Altar Stone; these streams generate magnetic power as well as producing a triad water line which water diviners are familiar with. Standing stones are rooted in the earth and they are invariably sited above energy lines or water lines. The megaliths act like batteries, continually absorbing and releasing this form of magnetic energy, which may have been used for healing purposes. See how the energy is absorbed and released by checking out our page on Megalithic Power. We have proved this! 

During the 1940s and the 50s, Underwood made over 200 visits to Stonehenge and produced over a 100 surveys of the earth energies, fault lines and water lines located at the site. 

Underwood also found a long lost temple near the Cuckoo Stone, an earthen effigy of a strange animal near the Cursus monument (the Guardian of Stonehenge) and several ceremonial avenues which linked Stonehenge to the outlying round barrows. Strangely, in some of these barrows evidence of trepanning was unearthed by archaeologists. Trepanning is a surgical technique of scraping out a deep round groove in part of the skull using a sharp flint knife. Many of the surveys including the long lost temple are reproduced in the 2009 edition Stonehenge – an investigation into earth energies. Check out our shop. 

Earthlights at Stonehenge

The great circle at Stonehenge is also sited above several meandering fault lines which encircle the monument. Author Paul Devereux points out that fault lines are intimately associated with ‘earthlights’ – mysterious balls of light – which for reasons unknown, appear in close proximity to them. Earthlights have been witnessed at Stonehenge, and if they closely followed the fault lines route the effect would have been spectacular, as the lights would encircle the monument. Perhaps this is why the megaliths were aligned upon them as strange lights were witnessed during important ceremonies. 

The late Dennis Wheatley studied Underwood’s work and was considered a world authority on the ‘geodetic system of earth energies’ which Underwood discovered. In the 1990s Dennis produced a booklet on the hidden patterns and energy lines found at the monument and reproduced many of Underwood’s earth energy surveys. Dennis sadly passed away on Old Beltane 2006. 

Dennis’ daughter, Maria Wheatley, has continued her father’s research, and is also considered a leading authority on the geodetic system of earth energies. She has revamped her father’s book and has added several unpublished geodetic surveys of the Stonehenge environs as well as including new information on the monument. Maps revealing earth energies, ceremonial avenues, long lost temples and surveys of surrounding sites, such as Woodhenge and Durrington Walls offer readers a comprehensive guide to the monumental landscape of Stonehenge. The book is beautifully presented and is well worth purchasing. ONLY £2.99 

Photo of Stonehenge by Busty Taylor showing the midwinter setting sun between the standing stones.