The Burren: Skull Rock…

County Clare, Wednesday, 27th July 2022…



A glacial erratic deposited

in a ‘stony place’.



The ancients would have

venerated such a stone and may

well have adapted it for symbolic purposes.



The limestone ‘shelving’

of the Burren stretches

for mile upon mile.



And provides a perfect platform

for ancient boulder art.



Against an inspiring backdrop…

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About Stuart France

Writer and Director of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School.
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2 Responses to The Burren: Skull Rock…

  1. We visited the Burren this summer. Such a haunting place full of ancient stone walls that no longer mark boundaries that anyone remembers.

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