Daily Archives: August 21, 2014

Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable By Morgana West

An article from Morgana West of the Glastonbury Reception Centre and Sanctuary Currently in the process of developing a Glastonbury Cooperation Circle, affiliated with the United Religions Initiative, I was delighted to once again visit Ammerdown Centre, a Christian retreat … Continue reading

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Sparrows

We had found, not just a footpath towards the elusive Fin Cop, but a road… things were looking up. The road climbed the heights so perhaps we wouldn’t have to… an unusual bonus for a hillfort, though we weren’t counting … Continue reading

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Workshop April 2015

River of the Sun:  The Silent Eye workshop for Spring 2015 Dates:  Weekend of 24-26 April, 2015.   Location:  The Nightingale Centre, Great Hucklow, Derbyshire Dales.   Egypt 1290 BCE It is three generations since Egypt was torn apart by the rule of … Continue reading

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“Copious duckage and a load of bullocks”

“That would make a good title,” he said as we watched the flock of birds swimming across the surface of the hidden lake. We had failed miserably at finding the chambered cairn of Five Wells and the prospect of a … Continue reading

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