Great Leys – Reading List

Recommended Reading for Great Leys

Some of the largest Leys or Great Leys describe great circles through a series of important sites around the planet.  Leys can vary from five yards to several hundred yards in width, with only the larger ones being particularly associated with ceremonial sites along their course.

You may or may not have any Great Leys very close to you, but because they are the most famous, they are a great portal of introduction into the whole business of the energetics of Leys. To explore these lines in detail, as several people have, is to discover all sorts of intricate little details of carvings on pulpits and fonts and dedications and carvings on church walls and other traditional bits of mythology associated with this Holy Spring or that ancient chapel that bring these energies to life.

Below are some excellent references for reading about the Great Leys and exploring and understanding their energy. You may be able to find these books at various outlets, however we have included some Amazon links for your convenience. 

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The Sun and the Serpent Paperback – 21 May 1990 by Paul Broadhurst (Author), Hamish Miller (Author)

The Sun and the Serpent

The Spine of Albion: An Exploration of Earth Energies and Landscape Mysteries Along the Belinus Line Paperback – 17 Sept. 2012, by Gary Biltcliffe (Author), Caroline Hoare (Author)

The Spine of Albion

The Ley Hunters Companion Hardcover – 1 Jan. 1979, by Ian Devereux, Paul and Thomson (Author)

The Ley Hunters Companion

The Dance of the Dragon: An Odyssey into Earth Energies and Ancient Religion Paperback – 28 Sept. 2000, by Paul Broadhurst (Author)

The Dance of the Dragon

The Old Straight Track: Its Mounds, Beacons, Moats, Sites and Mark Stones Paperback – 1 Jan. 1988, by Alfred Watkins (Author)

The Old Straight Track

Tintagel and the Arthurian Mythos Paperback – 31 July 1996, by Paul Broadhurst (Author)

Tintagel and the Arthurian Mythos