Synchronicity & Coincidence - Temple Bruer
|This is not so much about Temple Bruer , but the area in general.
About a year ago the local Sleaford Standard ran a story about the A15 being one of the most haunted roads in Britain.
This doesn’t surprise me, as I believe the veils of the dimensions to be thinner around energy /vortex points on the ley grid. This is further reinforced when we look at where the sightings have occurred in relation to the geometry.
As I read the article I made a note of the position of the regular sightings….one being the A15 turn off to Ruskington. According to the article many sightings have been reported of a ghostly figure running out into the road at the turn off to Ruskington.
Including one by a school bus driver .
Some believe the figure to be a monk or hermit and that the location is an old highway man’s haunt….known as hangman’s haunt.
The area was also featured on ‘This Morning’ programme in the nineties after people had reported numerous sightings.
It’s a dangerous road junction and I checked the map position for geometry.
What a surpirise , it was right on the Vesica Piscis south circle….the line going straight through it.
It’s also a natural high point ….reinforcing the idea that the physical manifestions in 3d relate to natural energy flows of the planet, based around geometry, which can also be seen in the run of the ridge through the pentacle along the heath.
Dorrington church, which is also involved in the geometry, is said to be haunted and built on an older pagan site and a natural high point.
All over the Lincolnshire heath from village to village you will hear tales of restless spirits, especially around Navenby /Wellingore/Temple Bruer. …worth a mystery tour out to see the sites involved.
Here is the list of the most haunted roads in Britain….if you live near one, it might be worth checking to see if the Knights Templar had a site nearby .
1.A229- BLUE BELL HILL ,KENT
7.A23-LONDON TO BRIGHTON
8-.HOLT BRIDGE WREXHAM,WALES
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