37 – The Pattern of the Past

The Pattern of the Past 

by Guy Underwood

  • Hardcover: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Abelard-Schuman Ltd; 1st edition (July 1973)
  • “In this remarkable book Guy Underwood explains how he uses water divining. His basic technique is the standard country technique of holding a cleft stick, walking across a field, and watching the stick move when water is present. He then goes on to explain that as well as water lines he can detect energy lines that do not have water under them. He reports that cattle follow these energy lines when they walk across fields. He then goes on to explain how Norman churches build by the Masons in the UK after 1066 also follow these energy lines. Underwood explains how the natural shapes of the lines have lead to the various unique church architectures (such as curved ends around the alter) found in some old churches. The latter part of the book is even more extraordinary in that he states that stone circles (such as Stonehenge) are also built on the same energy lines. He argues that the asymmetries in Stonehenge are there on purpose to match the underlying energy lines, and not the result of wear and tear. Underwood has identified burried stone circles which have been uncovered by archeologists. He also proposes that many Norman churches are built on top of ancient stone circles. It would be excellent if a) science was able to replicate his data and b) if some scientific explanation could be found to match the data. Perhaps he is picking up on a subtle effect in the Earth’s magnetic field, or perhaps an electric field. Or conceivably that some other phenomena is at play here.”  -Robert G. Bowerman

Guy mentions the 3 and 7 at least twice* when discussing the subtle Earth Forces.
*I AM not finished reading the book….

The Geo Group

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