Crossroad Blues is one of blues guitarist Robert Johnson’s songs recorded in the late thirties. Many know the legend of Robert Johnson’s life. He reportedly sold his soul at a crossroads to the devil in order to achieve success. Selling your soul to the devil isn’t uncommon even in today’s entertainment industry. What’s interesting though is the location happened to be where two roads cross. In our discussions with author and lei line expert Peter Champoux we talked about the power of energy lines and where they cross can sometimes be a place known to haunted or have ufo sightings or where people are known to vanish. Today, these crossroads or energy points are usually the sites of churches, stadiums, schools, corporate headquarters, museums, military monuments or obelisks. This is a narrow window into the vast territory covered in Peter Champoux’s book Gaia Matrix: Arkhom and the Geometries of Destiny in the North American Landscape. Peter joins us to track down various lei line intersections in the Northeast that yield interesting but mixed results from Native American history, to wars and hauntings.
Guest – Peter Champoux, his early exposure to stone that holds the memory of life, began while quarrying dinosaur footprints as a lad with his father in New England. A teenage revelation that his name translated to Rock of the Field led him to a fascination with other rocks in the field, like Stonehenge. As a classically trained stone mason, he studied the patterns and reactions of stone. Peter is a life long student of comparative religion and all things geographic. He was also a player in the conscious community movement in the 70 s and 80 s. His unique vision of the world has evolved into reading the patterns of local memory lines as they coalesce into large-scale patterns worldwide.
Peter’s seminal work of synthesis on North American energy fields, Gaia Matrix, was published in 1999. Since that time, Peter s particular brand of geomancy, known as FIELD Geometry, has continued to evolve from community to global scale. Mapping of the Unified Field as embodied geometrically in the natural and cultural landscape provides a two-dimensional perspective on inter-dimensional reality. This window into a higher perspective integrates an awareness of place into new coherent patterns of community consciousness.