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  1. Christan Says:
    March 12th, 2010 at 4:40 am

    Hi Chris,

    I’m happy to see that your book is out. I’m a bit confused though as I received a copy from a friend in the UK, Christian Kyriacao, about 5 years ago?? Is this the same book? Did he have an advance print copy?

    Anyway, would be happy to put a blurb about it in my next newsletter as its so much along the same lines (pun, pun) of the work I’ve been guided to do as well.

    In fact, I’m coming over to Cork, Ireland in April. It is a fairly novice group as far as leys are concerned since my course is on space clearing. The last day of the course though I take them into the country to see how to work with the leys of the land as well. Sadly, as I’m sure you well know, they are not pristine, despite their inherent design they are influenced by human uses.

    I”m also happy to hear of the support of the “light up London” ley project. I’m doing something similar in D.C. the week before I come to Cork. I find it great timing for this work given the 2012 Olympics in London.

    Well, good on you, and kudos for all your hard work and for reviving this most important and ancient knowledge.


    p.s. do you know Chris Barnes? He and I did some earth work together when I was in London back in 1999. If so, give him a shout for me. I’ve lost his contact info.

  2. Helen Kinsey Says:
    March 24th, 2010 at 7:42 pm

    Dear Chris,
    I am in the middle of reading Earthstars. I was handed it yesterday by my friend Michael who I think has emailed you also. I teach geometry in A Waldorf school and am a born and bred Londoner. I have always had an interest in the many “special” places to be found in London. The book speaks wonders, it is so simple and so clear and ties in with so many of my own experiences. It is deeply heart warming to have the sacredness of London confirmed both for myself personally and also as an inner knowledge held for the children in our school. Thank you !
    Do you have a copy of the book for sale ?
    Love Helen

  3. christreet Says:
    March 25th, 2010 at 8:06 am

    There are some for sale on amazon and I have a couple. email me. starman144@hotmail.com

  4. kate Anson Says:
    September 8th, 2010 at 9:52 am

    Hi Chris,
    you took us on a walk from St Pauls along the coronation line…I enjoyed it thoroughly but you may remember had to drop out a little before the end…knees…gave up!!I wondered if you might be doing another walk before the 19th sept as I have aguest from canada eager to do a walk with you…as I am I…Maybe the one north to Coram fields or south west to westmenster….or even indeed the St Pauls one again…as many of the churches etc were closed on the day of our walk..I was the dowser(amateur) lady who came from Thames valley dowsers and who met you at the Haddenham holistic therapies group talk. kate x

  5. Polly Blackett Says:
    November 12th, 2010 at 1:50 pm

    I would be interrested to go on your London walks. Can you keep me up to date with this by email?

  6. Rael Says:
    November 20th, 2010 at 10:53 pm

    Hello Chris,

    I am interested in acquiring a copy of the new paper version as it seems there is more included. This is for a gift for my sister and husband who are from the states and working with Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law on the second Sherlock Holmes. They are traveling there frequently and have time to themselves to explore theLondon area. I am sure they would be sharing the books information with Robert as he is very openminded to metaphysical/spiritual information of this most amazing alignment we are in. I have found some of the old hardcovers but none of the new paperbacks. Do you have any more copies available or when will you reprtint the paperbacks?

    Thank you so much for your time. I await your reply.


  7. christreet Says:
    November 15th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    Hi Tina
    St Paul’s stands on Ludgate Hill which would have been the city’s centre point and sacred eminence.
    E.O. Gorden in her book PREHISTORIC LONDON says there was a stone circle there.
    The foundation legend of the city says it was the site of a temple to Diana founded by Brutus, grandson of Aeneas.
    The foundation legend of London is recorded by Geoffrey of Monmouth in his book, The History of the Kings of Britain.

    St. Paul’s is also a focus for many “ley-lines” including a midsummer sunrise axis from Westminster (listed as The Coronation line in my books London”s Ley Lines and London CIty of Revelation).

    The most important factor relevant to the protest group is that In druidic times, st Paul’s churchyard was the location of a druidic place of free speech.
    According to Thomas Mallory’s Morte D’Arthur, it may even be the place where King Arthur drew his sword of sovereignty.

    The place of free speech became a saxon Folk Moot ( meeting place)
    and eventually an open air pulpit.

    Cromwell had the pulpit destroyed as it tended to cause rowdy scenes and frequent fights. There is a reference to this on the current Paul’s Cross monument in the churchyard.

    I believe the Foundation stone of the city was moved from St Paul’s to Cannon Street where it is now called The London Stone and
    is set into the wall of number 111.

    chris street

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