William Buehler - Reshel Grids
TM -Lincs Grid - Willoughton
Willoughton was an interesting discovery ,geometry wise, because the pattern is not the typical pentagonal shape related to other templar sites yet the geometry still has significance within the major sacred geometry patterns.
Willoughton also had at one time within its geometry a hermitage as well as the preceptory, it was also the richest templar settlement in England due to its sheep farming activities.
Caenby is a major feature sitting at the south end of the rhombus, as is the A15 going right through both circles cutting through the rhombus line that hits the south circle on the tangent. The A15 also goes through the centre of the South circle.
The major road junction at Caenby corner roundabout also plays a part along with the main road running east / west through it. This also runs with the line of the rhombus.
Willoughton’s geometry also has a unique vesica compared with the others systems , one circle intruding more into the area of the other , yet just the perfect amount to create the required geometry. The North/South line of the west side of each rhombus go to significant areas if followed/continued South….one line goes to the Temple Bruer church, and the centre of the six pointed seal… the other to the cathedral at Lincoln.
For a small complex Faldingworth is another interesting geometric system….on it’s outer ring we have:
West rasen church
Eleanor wood church
Middle rasen church
Toft Next Newton church
Cold Hanworth church…….and ancient settlement, interesting to note the pathway from the SW triangle point where it meets the circle and the ancient village…the track following the curve perfectly, although not very clear on the graphic.
This also occurs with the Maltby complex , the Viking Way following part of an ancient track depicting the circles edge for quite a distance….It was this obvious curve in the landscape that jumped out at me.
The Toft Newton reservoir is also significant as is the origin of the ‘Barlings Eau’ being here, just as the Maltby complex has the river Bain starting near Biscaythorpe a very important area of the Maltby geometry..
The above is based on a circle diameter of 5.15 miles …10,000 megalithic yards and drawn on the OS 1:25000 and 1:5000 maps.
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