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Songlines of Australia

“By energizing a line across Australia, we will heal the whole country” – David Mowaljarlai OAM, (deceased) senior Ngarinyin elder from the Kimberley

Songline or Song line in Australia refers to the Earth’s subtle energy currents – known as ley lines in UK, snake lines in India, Dragon lines in China – also related to the Hartmann and Curries lines known well in Germany, geomancy and feng shui.


for May 30 at 5pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (Sydney Melbourne Brisbane) OR notification of future events


Songlines and Sacred Sites have been a passion of mine and one of the key reasons I started Spirit Safaris.

A Free webinar is available – so reserve your place and see some very different Australian Visions.

Here is a summary of the webinar  – Songlines and Sacred Sites online webinar presented by Richard O’Neill. Presenting a deeper understanding of ancient cultures connections to Earth energy, and how ancient and modern architecture has worked with this understanding. PLUS practical tips for health with an awareness of these energies. Includes many maps, charts and ancient artworks including tips to identify “hot spots” in your area

Reserve your spot here

The event will be via Zoom which you may want to download beforehand from link below. Details will be sent when you book.

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Your web browser will download automatically when you start or join your first Zoom meeting, and is also available for manual download here.


moisture & clouds follow the Tanami songline across Australia
Clouds and rain follow the Tanami songline Some of Australia’s major “songlines” – Telluric energy currents – including Tanami Track songline


Below – shows major Australian songline line from Mt Warning via Tanami Track and Cape Leveque passing near Chennai & Dubai to meet “Michael & Mary line” dowsed by Hamish Miller mob through Europe’s sacred sites. Read the “The Sun and the Serpent” by Hamish Miller & Paul Broadhurst


“We are finding that the Uni-Verse is composed not of matter, but of music” …
Professor Donald Hatch Andrews “Symphony of Matter”

Can you help bring more respect, compassion, balance and harmony (peace) into your life and community ?Science is now measuring
the subtle energies of the forces, and energies that create rain. These include localized Earth magnetic fields and songlines (telluric currents).

Our human bodies are key energy transformers that can help this process.

When we build our ability to respond to life’s challenges (our response-ability) and pressures, (like drought, war, loss, invasion) we
are more response-able, and raise the ability of all life – as Nelson Mandela reminded us.

Your body runs on an electrical system that needs to be Earthed.

Is your body and your land “in charge” or in “re-volt” with reduced potential ?

Our journeys energize You – and the line on the “Path of the Rainbow Serpent” from “Ocean to Outback” across Australia’s Heartlands to the Kimberley and beyond.

Our Mission is to enable you to experience Your greatest adventure – Your life’s Creation Journey – to enable you to maximise Your Vitality, Awareness and Creativity – to BE the greatest you can be … Be cause, as “You let your own light shine, we unconsciously give other people per-mission to do the same – Sounds like a bright idea – so join us for some FUN !


NSW Dowsers  –

Molyneaux, Brian Leigh & Piers Vitebsky
(2000). Sacred Earth, Sacred Stones: Spiritual Sites And Landscapes, Ancient Alignments, Earth Energy. London, England:
Duncan Baird Publishers. ISBN 1-903296-07-2.

Lawlor, Robert (1991). Voices Of The First Day: Awakening in the Aboriginal dreamtime. Rochester,
Vermont: Inner Traditions International, Ltd. ISBN 0-89281-355-5

The book Songlines by Bruce Chatwin shares wisdom from travels in central Australia and globally.

The Songlines, 1987, Bruce Chatwin, published by Jonathan Cape, 1987, and Vintage, 1998. ISBN 0 09 976991 3

Footprints on Rock, 1997, Sydney: Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council.
ISBN 0 7313 1002 0

Mathrani, Vandana (2002). Epic Journeys: The Great Migrations. Source:
(accessed: Thursday, March 15, 2007)

“The Sun and the Serpent” by Hamish Miller & Paul Broadhurst

“Pi in the Sky” by Michael Poynder – Excellent analysis of sacred sites & songlines in Ireland and beyond


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