In The Lecher Antenna Adventures and Research in Geobiology and Bio-energy the reader is taken on a journey with the author, Dame Anne-Marie Delmotte, that starts in the Titanic Quarter in Belfast in Northern Ireland from where she travels to Scotland to study the ACMOS bio-energy method and where balancing a co-student takes her and the reader back into Scottish history. She then returns to the Westcoast of Ireland, her new found home, where she takes you with her to ancient sites like Carrowmore, Knocknashee and Gillighan's World, Creevykeel, the Holy Well, Carrowkeel, Maeve's Cairn on Knocknarea and where she measures the energies, as well as at a recently handmade labyrinth and triple spiral. She writes about her discovery of another type of Leyline, a special sacred grid, walls of energy, an inter-dimensional portal and orgone. She describes her research and experiments with quartz-containing stones and several crystals in her home where she recreates the walls of energy very easily similar to those found at points of cosmic energy. She summarises two methods for bio-energy balancings and writes about how the Lecher antenna miraculously saved her mother's life and her other Lecher antenna bio-energy balancing experiences of persons who show relief after long suffering from back pain and other pains.
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