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Thin Places

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Those of you wo are interested in Ley Lines might also be interested in Thin Places.

What are Thin Places? Here is a quote from http://www.thinplaces.net/

"The Pre-Christian and Celtic people of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England had a keen sense for thin places. The landscape is littered with monuments, markings and ruins that once boldly stated, “This is a thin place. This is holy ground.” The very ground itself seems to call out, “Come here and be transformed.” In a quiet moment, a visitor today can feel the connection with the people whose spirits first marked these spots, and all the pilgrims who have visited since. They are vivid reminders that we are all joined inside and outside of time."

Enjoy your search dear pilgrims.
 

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