Ley-line definitions

One of various supposed alignments of ancient monuments and prehistoric sites in straight lines, believed by some to indicate paths of positive energy inherent in the Earth.
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Any of various imaginary lines along which certain ancient, man-made structures are thought by some to have been aligned.
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Alternative spelling of ley line.
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Origin of ley-line

From ley (coined by Alfred Watkins (1855–1935), British antiquarian who suggested that ancient monuments and sites are arranged along a network of straight lines)