The Two Great Dragon Circles

The Earth has its own nerve system and arteries of circulation. Many cultures have developed systems for working with these energy lines. In Europe, research into ley lines began in England and Germany in the 1920’s and 30’s. The Chinese developed the art of Feng Shui. Australian Aborigines have their Song Lines. These lines have varying lengths and widths. In the human body there are microscopic blood vessels and the large aorta heart artery. Equivalent on the Earth to the aorta are the two great ley arteries which encircle the planet.

On a flat map of the world these two circles form the image of an infinity symbol, or a figure-eight tipped on its side. These rivers of life connect many of the great continental sacred sites to each other. They flow over land and water, and are not obstructed by human boundaries. There are four great spinner wheels which resemble pulleys, around which the two leys move. The major chakras on these lines are known as Driver Wheels, as they drive the force in either direction along the Dragon paths.

One Dragon is yin, or feminine – the Rainbow Serpent. This began to encircle the world at a higher volume of life-flow 22 April, 1984. The second Dragon circle is yang, or masculine, and is called the Plumed, or Quetzalcoatl, Serpent. It shifted into higher flow on 17 August, 1987. With both world arteries now active, all of the world earth chakras are able to expand to greater radii.

The cardinal earth chakras and major sites included in this essay which are on these ley lines are: Rainbow Serpent path – Uluru and Kata Tjuta, Bali, Mt. Kailas, Sergiev Posad, Glastonbury and Shaftesbury, and Lake Titicaca. Quetzalcoatl Serpent path - El Tule Tree, Mt. Shasta, Mt. Fuji, Bali, and Lake Titcaca. Note that these two circles cross each other at Chakra Two, Lake Titicaca and at the world Purification Centre, Bali.
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