The Earth is a spiritual being, undergoing its own release and participating in its own spiritual evolution. The Earth, as a spiritual Being, has an energy body consisting of aural levels, a meridian system and a chakra system. Under its crust, the physical Earth has energy alignments that parallel your own organ system. Earth meridian systems have long been speculated. The Chinese use the term “Dragon Lines” to describe the movement of energy along invisible pathways on the planet’s surface. Alfred Watkins coined the term “Ley Lines” for energy channels that appear to connect ancient holy sites in Great Britain. The Earth’s meridian chakra systems extend over the entire planet. The chakras appear as spirals when mapped in much the same way as our own. They rotate either clockwise or counterclockwise, depending on whether energy is spiraling up from or down into the Earth.

We have been taught that the Earth formed from a collection of cooled and condensed matter that ultimately became the spherical body with which we are now familiar. Precious metals and mineral deposits are supposedly distributed in random deposits around the Earth. I was convinced that there was no such thing as randomness in the universe. The problem was in recognizing the inherent patterns. I hypothesized that the key to locating precious deposits in the Earth was to identify the electromagnetic flow lines. I reasoned that by locating the meridians, I could then match up known deposits around the globe and a recognizable pattern would lead me to the Earth’s treasures. Using a pendulum as a divining tool, I began to chart the energy pathways on the world map. I marked a point on the map when the rotation of the pendulum reversed itself. I would then check the direction of energy flow and make another point.

This process continued until the meridian came to an end. Quite often this end position was preceded by a spiral or vortex, which rotated either clockwise or counterclockwise. I was astonished to see the structures that became apparent. They looked like textbook illustrations of our own internal organs. I saw the digestive tract, beginning with a double line at the mouth in Portugal and widening into the palate in northern Spain. It narrowed again at the border of Spain and France and proceeded up the Atlantic coastline of France, looking like the esophagus. In Germany, it widened again. While one line continued along the northern coast of Germany and Poland, the other line dropped down to include Switzerland and northern Italy. It traced a path through Slovakia and into the Ukraine, doubling back again to parallel the adjacent line at Lithuania (stomach). They continued close together and parallel, north of Moscow, and then began a series of convolutions and turns through what was formerly known as the western Soviet Union (small intestine). They ran into Mongolia and China, looking like a picture of the large intestine. Finally, the lines converged in northern Afghanistan (the anus). As unusual as this may sound, the concept fits the idea of viewing the Earth as a living organism. Southeast Asia and India mirrored the sex organs, with the Earth having both male and female sexes. The penis extended down from China to Cambodia and the vagina with clitoris included Thailand, Malaysia and part of Indonesia. The testicles and ovaries were located in India and Pakistan and the uterus was in Tibet. A readily identifiable liver covered most of Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, with the bile duct and gallbladder extending into Greece, and Italy. The bladder covered a large portion of northern Africa, extending as far west as Algeria and south to Zaire. There were large gland-like structures in western and southern Africa. A lung took up most of the western half of South America. The Amazon basin has often been referred to as the green lung of the world. The heart of the world was perfectly outlined in the western United States, extending from its apex near Los Angeles, into the Rocky Mountains, New Mexico and Arizona. The different hemispheres and lobes of the brain were identifiable in Pacific Ocean, with the hypothalamus and pituitary gland including the Polynesian islands. There were other structures of lines spiraling into themselves. These structures apparently represented sensory apparatus, like the eyes, ears, etc. Some shapes looked exactly like the endocrine glands of the body and coincided with the tremendous diamond finds in southern and eastern Africa, Venezuela, and southern Brazil.

Scott