The Callanish Stones are an arrangement of standing stones placed in a cruciform pattern with a central stone circle. They were a focus for ritual activity during the Paleolithic Age to Industrial/modern.
Standing among the ancient standing stones with my divining rods, I thought to myself: how did the ancients know where to build these stones.¬† Well, the first clue was probably these divining rods (Divining Rods are used to find energy lines, locate underground water or metal) ¬†they could detect earth energy running like an electrical charge below the earth‚Äôs surface.¬† The lighting bolt of electricity or ‚Äėdragon lines‚Äô I imagined looked as if a wild dragon with multi colored wings of electric current was flying by at the speed of light.
Around 9 years ago when I was in England talking to Hamish Miller, ( a famous dowser; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_1qD0aHI78) and walking his family land, he explained that when he used the divining rods they might map out a sacred geometry pattern inside a stone circle.¬† Hamish would take teams of different experts into the old ancient stone sites and by placing a piece of wood with a string to another piece of wood they would map out the pattern. ¬†The sacred geometry pattern might look like a hexagonal or pentagonal structure. ¬†What Hamish was finding was ¬†in most cases the patterns were not old patterns because new patterns were emerging.
Back to my story of the Callanish Stones in May 2015 in Scotland: As I was walking the stones I was being reminded of ¬†the deceased dowsers words in my head, ‚Ä¶‚ÄĚjust walk, let the divining rods do the work as they feel the Earth energy.‚ÄĚ ¬†After an hour of walking my thoughts turned to home. I live in a place that doesn‚Äôt have standing stones but is a natural place of energy that is a confluence of power that creates power where the three rivers meet.¬† Maybe there is even a NEW sacred geometry symbol to be dowsed at the Point in Peaceburgh?