The straight line that connects the places of “San Michele”
Did you know that there is an imaginary line that will protect Europe and beyond?
(Source it.churchpop.com) From Ireland to Israel, are there 7 sanctuaries dedicated to St. Michael which, when united in the map, form a suggestive straight line ?
A “bridge” that connects the Middle East to Northern Europe. The Sacred Line of San Michele is over 2 thousand km long and tradition associates it with his sword which is put to protect this part of the world.
In any case it is surprising how the three most important Mont Saint Michel sites in France, the Sacra di San Michele in the Susa valley and the sanctuary of Monte Sant’Angelo in the Gargano are all at the same distance. Perhaps it is the warning of the Saint that the laws of God are always respected. Furthermore, the Sacred Line is in perfect alignment with the sunset on the day of the Summer Solstice.
The seven sanctuaries of the San Michele Line are: Skellig Michael (Ireland), St Michael’s Mount (Great Britain), Mont Saint Michel (France), the Sacra di San Michele (Piedmont), San Michele (Puglia), the Monastery of San Michael (Greece) and the Monastery of Mount Carmel (Israel).