The original and definitive book on leys
The best work to date on landscape lines and leys.
A study of ancient aligned sites with field guide and maps. Out of print for years. See The new ley hunter's guide.
A quick intoduction to ley hunting with a selection of English examples. A much reduced version of the original Ley hunter's companion.
One of the early books on leys and earth mysteries by a former editor of TLH. A little dated now but of socio-historical interest.
The straight archaeologists' attempt to rubbish leys. Amusing in a strange sort of way. For masochists only.
Landmark study of leys in Cornwall.
A follower of Watkins realises that the old straight track argument fails down on close examination of the evidence. The forerunner of the landscape geometers.
Landmark work on the Nazca fines and other South and Central American landscape lines which opened up ley hunting outside Britain.
Sigma Leisure, 1998, p/b, £9.95 The fusion of interest in ancient sites and landscapes and a love of getting out into the country has resulted in the Celtic Way, the creation of a long distance footpath, pieced together from existing rights of way, that takes in most of the better known ancient sacred sites in the south west and Wales.
Sigma Leisure, 1998. Sigma continues its series of walking guides with this foray into the north Lakes. Well illustrated, with some fine hand-drawn maps it takes in ancient sites such as Shap and Castlerigg and weaves a tale or two with local history and folklore.
A useful tourist guide to the hidden and magical places of Lancashire.
Critical essay on the validity of the spirit line explanation for straight landscape lines. Were shamanic flight paths straight or crooked. Some evidence from the Old World, but little from the New. Heart of Albion, 1998.
Watkinsian style ley hunting from north of the border. Some interesting observations and a weird binding
Classic study of ley hunting’s chequered history. Revised and updated 2004.