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Alfred Watkin’s Theodolite
Theodolite

Origin

Alfred Watkin

Type

Theodolite

Effects

Teleportation

Downsides

Needs to have ley lines detected first by using Alfred Watkin’s Light Meter

Activation

Turning to the direction of the location and then using Alfred Watkin’s Light Meter

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Mov-2612

Aisle

536805-15856

Shelf

25996-9408-315

Date of Collection

June 21, 1941

[Source]


OriginEdit

Alfred Watkins was an English author, self-taught amateur archaeologist, antiquarian and businessman who, while standing on a hillside in Herefordshire, England, in 1921 experienced a revelation and noticed on the British landscape the apparent arrangement of straight lines positioned along ancient features, and subsequently coined the term "ley", now usually referred to as ley lines.

EffectsEdit

When turned into the direction of the destination, it teleports the user and anything accompanying them. The ley lines need to be found using Alfred Watkin’s Light Meter, or the artifact will remain inert.

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