The main axis dedicated to the king of the heavenly forces, our Lord, is the line of the archangel Saint Michael. It represents the sword blow that the archangel dealt to the devil to send him back to hell.

The line of St. Michael the Archangel connects seven monasteries, from Ireland to Israel. Is this just a coincidence? These shrines are far apart but perfectly aligned.

The perfect alignment of the sanctuaries is surprising: the three most important sites – Mont-Saint-Michel in France, the Abbey of Saint-Michel-de-la-Cluse and the sanctuary of Mont-Gargan in Italy – are equidistant. Moreover, this sacred line also aligns with the rising sun of the summer solstice. These shrines are :

1) Skelling Michael: The line begins in Ireland, on a desert island, where the Archangel Michael appeared to St. Patrick to help him deliver his country from the devil. This is where the first monastery, Skelling Michael’s Rock, is located.

2) Saint Michael’s Mount: The line then heads south and stops in England at St. Michael’s Mount, a small island in Cornwall, accessible at low tide.

3) St. Michael’s Mount: This sacred line continues in France, on another famous island, St. Michael’s Mount, where the Archangel Michael also appeared. Already in the time of the Gauls, this place was impregnated with a strong mysticism, then in 709 the archangel appeared to the bishop of Avranches, Saint Aubert, to whom he asked to build a church in the rock. Work began but it was not until 900, with the Benedictine monks, that the abbey was built.

4) Saint-Michel-de-la-Cluse Abbey: A thousand kilometres away, at the entrance to the Suze Valley in Piedmont (Italy), stands the fourth sanctuary: the Abbey of Saint-Michel-de-la-Cluse (in Italian Sacra di San Michele). The straight line joins this sacred place to the rest of the monasteries dedicated to Saint Michael. The construction of the abbey began around the year 1000.

5) Sanctuary of St. Michael the Archangel: A thousand kilometres further on, the line crosses Puglia and we come across the Gargan, where an inaccessible cave has become a sacred place: the Sanctuary of St. Michael the Archangel. The construction of the site dates back to the year 490, the year of the first apparition of St. Michael to St. Lorenzo Maiorano, the local bishop.

6) Monastery of Symi: From Italy, the sacred line of St. Michael arrives at the sixth sanctuary, in Greece, on the island of Symi: the Orthodox Monastery of the Archangel Michael “Mixalis” houses a 3-metre high effigy of the saint, one of the largest in the world.

7) Carmel Monastery: The Holy Line ends in Israel at the Monastery of Mount Carmel in Haifa. This place has been revered since antiquity and was built as a Christian and Catholic sanctuary in the 12th century.
The line of St Michael the Archangel is intersected by another, Luciferian, axis in Turkish territory, or even on the border with Syria, the “Seven Devil’s Towers”, making up the axis of Satan.

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