''The elf-queene, with hir joly compaignie, Daunced ful ofte in many a grene mede.” Geoffrey Chaucer "The Wife of Bath’s Tale"


Another historic  ley line to explore locally runs parallel to beautiful crystal clear Black River.  Bordered on the south by mounds left from the Mound Builder era, the ley - lay of the land allows for only one passage, what was once an Indian trail is now a paved county road.  Keener Springs  near the Old Military Road ford mark a active area within the line's energy.  From the Atlantean colonist times, to Hernando De Soto, the Cherokee's Trail of Tears, Civil War skirmish to present times, it's a hot spot on an ancient grid line worth a day trip for those who love to sense the energy embedded in the line.  Coming from Poplar Bluff there is a long range overlook where it's possible  to perceive the Atlantean signature frequency of  the area, setting  the background for the intuitive.  With our famous Ozark fall foliage on the way, plan a trip for a memorable experience you'll treasure.

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