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Aboriginal sites Leylines in Canberra?

By Flatone 24 October 2011 26

Does anyone know of any sacred energy sites or leylines in Canberra?

I believe the Aboriginal people call them “boorooah”??


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arthwollipot 7:55 pm 25 Oct 11

Poplar said :

Not sure if you have read this excellent article… see

It might help. The Burley-Griffins were well onto it.
Goodness me, what a wonderful source of unsupported assertions, wooly thinking and spurious connections between unrelated subjects! I’m going to keep a copy of this as a perfect example of irrationality! Thank you so much for posting it!

Grrrr 1:13 am 25 Oct 11

Ah, humans .. always thinking they’ve finding patterns in random behaviour/formation!

knuckles 8:51 pm 24 Oct 11

Poplar said :

I myself don’t have any knowledge about leylines or sacred sites in Canberra, but I have always wondered. Whenever I walk up on Mount Majura I get a very strong feeling that it is a special place.

Well that settles it then. If you get a strong feeling it must be true.

cranky 8:51 pm 24 Oct 11

Pandy @ #21,

Your secret informants lie!

They are Rovers, and yes, they are piled long and high.

Thumper 8:25 pm 24 Oct 11

On that note, a sign recently appeared on the section of the Bicentennial Trail running behind the new housing development in west Macgregor, identifying the land surrounding the creek as one of the most fertile sites for indigenous artefacts in the ACT

Ginninderra Creek is quite well known for Aboriginal sites. There’s a few areas in Latham that were undoubtedly used by locals for a variety of reasons including axe grinding.

Pandy 7:54 pm 24 Oct 11

Shhh!!! But I have been secretly told that there is this place in Queanbeyan that has a stack of Leylands piled on high.

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