Axis Mundi and The Hidden Pattern – What Connects Some of the World’s Most Powerful Monuments? | Ancient Discoveries

Axis Mundi and The Hidden Pattern - What Connects Some of the World’s Most Powerful Monuments?

Watch Over 400 Thought Provoking Interviews https://www.gaia.com/open_your_mind hosted by Regina Meredith, featuring cutting-edge visionaries and tireless researchers who provide crucial information to awaken viewers to new perspectives that spark awareness, understanding and ultimately, transformation – Many ancient cultures had a great knowledge of esoteric science, such as the Axis Mundi, which they laid down in stone to withstand the forces of time. While conducting a comprehensive examination of these ancient temples, Cort Lindahl found a pattern within their structures which connect some of the world’s most powerful monuments, such as the Tower of the Winds in Greece, the Stone Circles of Avebury and the Temple Mount in Israel. What he discovered ties into the history and origin of Catholic churches from Constantine through Charlemagne. He explains in this interview with Regina Meredith. Cort Lindahl is the author of two books, Axis Mundi and Geomantic Information Systems Volume I. He is also the editor of True History Journal. His fascination with by geomancy, ley lines, and the spatial distribution of monuments on the face of the earth helped him to discover that many monuments seem to be placed with regard to each other’s orientation, from great distances across the globe. With Special Thanks to Our Partner Gaia: What is GAIA? – World’s Largest Online Media Library of over 9000 Alternative Media Genre Films/Original Shows and much much more… Check It Out – follow this link http://bit.ly/What_Is_Gaia What other TV SHOWS DOES GAIA HAVE? Find out NOW – follow this link http://bit.ly/Whats_On_Gaia Are there movies on GAIA? YES! Follow this link – http://bit.ly/Gaia_Has_Movies All content on this channel is licensed, and or produced by Zohar Entertainment Group/Awakening Expo/Phenomena Magazine



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