The Buckingham Palace Ley Line
The alignment of the Mall, the impressive tree-lined approach to Buckingham Palace, with the Palace itself, points directly to Charing Cross, the ancient centre of London (adjacent to Trafalgar Square) from which distances to other places were measured.
In the other direction, the alignment passes through an impressive list of interesting places (including two other palaces), a large number of which seem to have royal connections. This is a ley line, an alignment of ancient sites – a phenomenon discovered in 1925 by Alfred Watkins of Hereford and found later to represent linear streams of an unknown energy type, but one which seems beneficial to living things. The energy stream of the Buckingham Palace ley was found by dowsing to be about twenty-three paces wide.
Pyrotechnics displays seem to play an important part in ‘mega rituals’ such as the Diamond Jubilee, Grand Opening of the Atlantis Hotel etc
The Victoria -> Nike -> Isis Memorial was literally centre stage with the Jubilee Beacon in the foreground, one of 4200 lit across Britain and the Commonwealth on the 4th June.