Friday, March 25, 2011

Ley Lines #3



Built in 1145, the Ancient Ram Inn is a former priest's residence, inn and public house; it is also the oldest building in England's Wotton-Under-Edge. Long before the building's construction, its story begins in the low-lying wetlands near Potter's Pond. This land sits on the intersection of 2 Ley Lines, areas that certain people believe contain significantly high spiritual energy. Using a map, these lines can be traced directly to England's most famous sacred site, Stonehenge. Legend has it that the energy from Stonehenge travels the Ley Lines to feed the property's paranormal power. Additionally, the site is home to a 5,000-year-old Pagan burial ground.
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