Deák fountain

Deák fountain

If you leave the Deák mansion, and turn to the right on the asphalt road, you will walk pass the loess walls, where the bee-eaters nest. Then, between fields of corn and wine cellars – where you will be gladly invited for a sip of wine with a merry company – or walk pass the orchards, where the pinched sweet plums taste so good – so, hardly 2 kilometers away from the mansion a wooden staircase leads down to the valley. Here, under ancient trees lies the Deák well. According to the legend, Deák used on his walks to take a break. It is also said that he could bring the water from here in the curia. The water is still drinkable. The source is located under a pile of rocks with a wooden door, a little lower than the ground level. Drinking vessel you should not leave at home.

Next to the fountain run the Ley Lines (Georg lines) – identified in the Eastern culture as “dragon lines”. These lines are found all over the world, and have a positive radiation to load up with positive energy. In the old days and cultures temples or cathedrals was built especially in the intersections of these lines of worship. A one- or two-week stay in the vicinity of this radiation are reputed positve effect on the immune system.
You can try the same – a bank is located right next to the fountain …

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