The Ley Line Group visits ancient Anloo
The Ley Line Group visits ancient Anloo.
It comes out that Anloo is a Goddess sanctuary of 8 by 6 kilometers.
When the date of the Anloo visit was definitive,
Robert started having strong visions of Anloo,
although he had never been there, at least not in this life.
Robert always has strong and almost violent visions
when the megalithic goddess culture is involved.
Apparently an earlier life of Robert took place in the megalithic world.
During several nights Robert saw the church of Anloo being built
upon a large megalithic sanctuary.
The santuary consisted of a so-called “lang-graf”,
which is a stone room like a large “hunebed”,
plus a temple offering place,
and a holy circle, and also a larger enormous
“image” connected to the Goddess.
The name of Anloo comes from the Holy Wood of An or Anne.
Many “long-graves” or stone rooms are known in Western Europe.
South of Anloo are the megalithic sites D7, D8 en D9
where the Ley Line Group will measure
Nearby Anloo is the village of Rolde situated,
where also several megalithic “hunebed” sites are known.
Also the judging place the “Balloerkuil”,
which means the "Dell of Balloo" is nearby.
At this judging place Robert got once a big vision
of a megalithic trial going on, with a lot of megalithic
and local people attending.
Rolde has since been a place of attention for Robert.
The Ley Line Group on the march.
To the right is a large flat stone to be seen,
characteristic of the structure of a "Long grave",
a megalithic Long Grave, consisting of a Hunebed with stone walls,
something like a very large stone coffin.
This stone along the road has apparently been broken of
of the Longgrave upon which the church of Anloo has been built.
The church at Anloo.
The middle part has walls of 1,5 meters thick and is strong like a fortress.
The arched door in the middle part is the South entrance where the very large
"Langgraf" hunebed was situated (and is still situated in the hill
upon which the chrurch is located).
The choir to the right was added centuries later
when Christianity had taken over the fortress building in the middle.
The church of Anloo is situated upon a round hill
of approximately 2 meters high.
Since there are no inundations in this area,
this hill must have been for other reasons,
like old remnants covered up by a layer of dirt.
The tower is clearly built in many phases,
getting higher through the centuries.
Around the tower big stones can be seen,
confirming that at least the tower
is built upon megalithic remnants.
On the terrain are also very large flat megalithic stones
to be seen. Those stones are characteristic for
the structure of a Long Grave.
The middle part of the church is made of natural stone
most likely coming from Bentheim, about 70 kilometers away,
with walls of 1.5 meter thick. The doors are protected by sliding beams.
The fortress part of the church has been build between 720 and 900AD.
Archeology confirms that on exactly the same place as the stone fortress
five earlier wooden fortresses were build
with the same size and the same rectangular shape.
This brings the dating back towards the arrival of
the Irish missionaries in the Northern Netherlands around 650AD.
The hill around the church is clearly visible.
(drawing by Robert)
The hill around the church and the holy Megalithic circle around
the Long Grave are more or less the same.
Very probably the holy circle around the original megalithic site is still there
and the hill is still the original hill of the megalithic holy place.
The restauration of the church being done around 1950 has made
the fortress middle part of the church look like a building in Roman style,
So the Roman style appearance of the fortress is
no indication of the real history of the place.
The tower is build literally upon the North corner of the Langgraf hunebed.
The different types of brick in the tower walls clearly indicate,
that the tower was build during long periods of time.
Originally the tower was as high as the fortress building.
Only one little window exists in the down part of the tower.
May be an extension of the fortress,
after the takeover of the Christians around the year 1100?
The Ley Line group entering the church through the tower.
Most of Roberts findings are confirmed by other members.
An enormous stone is visible at the corner of the tower.
The stone is part of the wall, not lying besides the tower.
The tower is clearly built literally upon the megalithic site.
The inside of the tower window
in the original part of the tower.
Robert was able to do measurements with the Lecher antenna.
1.1 cm waves for Holy Place confirmed
17.7 cm for Goddess Place and Divinity present confirmed
3.4 cm for Gateway to Afterlife confirmed
6.3 cm for Altar Place confirmed
8.5 cm for cellars and Dimensional Gateway confirmed
The 6.3 and the 17.7 wavelengths came together
in a place just inside the fortress at the Northern entrance.
This indicates an important central megalithic altar place.
The Northern entrance is in recent times closed with bricks.
Above the Northern entrance is a sarcophagus coffin
placed in the wall on the Northside of the fortress.
This could be part of the taking over by the male nobility and clergy.
The taking over of the megalithic holy place by the christians
is also a change of matrimonial culture towards male dominated society.
The erasing of the Goddess Anne and the taking over by the
male dominated Christian culture like it has been propagated
by the Roman Catholic clergy.
The sarcophagus above the original entrance is emphasizing
this new authority.
On the inside of the fortress is an enormous piece of furniture placed
against the Northern entrance. It feels as if the set-up
is meant to keep the strong influences of the ancient holy place outside.
The North entrance of the fortress.
Closed and apparently sealed for ever.
The Northern entrance is very likely the entrance
to the ancient Goddess sanctuary.
The entrance into the “Long Grave” stone room
must have been on the South Wall of the fortress.
In that area is a sarcophagus placed in the tiles of the floor.
The fortress seems to be have been built as a means to preserve
the holyness of the Goddess fortress
against the change of the civilization and the culture.
In the North Eastern corner of the fortress
Robert felt the former presence of a healing well.
Other members of the LLG confirmed that three water lines
were coming together at that place
in the North East corner of the fortress.
Corner where Robert sensed a healing well.
Three underground water lines are coming here together.
Remarkable that the baptism water basin is in that same place.
Ancient Anloo is a very large Goddess complex.
Around the village of Anloo an ancient image of the Goddes is to be seen
in the pattern of ancient roads around Anloo.
(sketch made by Robert)
This sketch is the result of Roberts research of old maps.
The image is estimated 8 by 6 kilometers.
Clearly the Goddess Anne is the Birdgoddess with the X-shaped body
and the bird shaped hands and feet.
The Birdgoddess has been named A since 300.000BC,
see the works of Marijah Gimbutas.
The church of Anloo with the ancient "Lang graf" or Long Grave and the
circular sanctuary at the North entrance of the Long Grave
are at the "chin" of the Goddess image.
Were these ancient roads in the image of the Goddess
used for processions towards the sanctuary?
In the Ley Line Group Ron is the expert for procedural visions
and ceremonial entrance rituals.
He confirms this thought about processions along the Goddess roads.
Do you have visions or measurements at Anloo?
Or do you have knowledge about the Goddess roads
around Anloo and the villages Annen and Anderen?
Let us know!
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