What they are and where they came from is up for interpretation, yet the one thing most cultures and countries agree on is that these lines are hundreds of thousands of years old, and where they intersect, there are great power surges. Where great numbers of ley lines intersect, there is often an inordinate amount of not only paranormal phenomena, but also UFO activity. Is it the power of these spirit lines that draw extra terrestrials to them, or is tit he UFO's themselves that magnify the power in the intercepting lines?
In the 1970's, a coven of dark witches has been said to blacken four intersecting ley lines in a small Yorkshire mill town that caused the disappearance of all woodland in the area until a coven of white witches cleansed the area in 1996. The Welsh call these dragon lines because they believe the white dragon exudes all that is good and wholesome in the world, while the black dragon represents what is bad in the world, akin to the Eastern beliefs of the Ying and the Yang, the dark and the light.
It is on Ilkley moor in Yorkshire, and is the oldest Swastika found in Europe, predating modern Swastika by millennia. It is thought to have been carved perhaps by the Celts in the Romano-British era. The fact that the cups in the stone align north-south and east-west gives speculation that it is actually an old Sanskrit of a star planetary system, and would have been used by a Shaman in his rituals and religious ceremonies. Without a doubt, it far predates the druids and what they knew of ley lines. They say this rock is the most interesting one carved on the moor.
Ley line intersections seem to be a prominent placement in UFO hotspots, and also in areas where paranormal activity is reported. While areas without a predominance of ley lines have UFO/paranormal activities, these activities don't seem as prevalent in those places. Most abductions by UFO/extra terrestrials happen in places over ley lines. Yorkshire, with it's myriad criss/cross of ley lines has had an inordinate amount of abduction reports, as well as paranormal activity and UFO sightings.
According to an article in UFO Encounters magazine, “The Yorkshire Triangle” UFO and paranormal activity seemed to happen more frequently where ley lines formed a perfect equilateral triangle. The activity seemed to be drawn to the ley lines as a magnet is to metal. This same author noticed the abductions and paranormal activity were happening with greater frequency over ley line areas that had been blacked by occult practices.
Negative ley lines will result in tension, anxiety, and some types of neurosis, especially if the person is akin to neurotic feelings. Standing over a ley line is said to cause an energizing feeling, fuzziness, seeing a light, and a feeling of dizziness, as ley lines are part of the earths energy system. The word Ley comes indirectly from leoht, which means light illumination, and lea, meaning pasture or meadow land open to the sun. Ley lines are related to light as they are a cosmic force with extra terrestrial origins that penetrate the earth to a depth of 265 feet.