Category Archives: Goddess

A Thousand Miles of History XXXIX: The balance of power…

The church in St Cleer may be dedicated to St Clarus, the missionary saint who fled to France to escape the importunate advances of an amorous noblewoman, but at first glance, that seemed to be one of the few nods … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXIII: The mating dance

We stood at the gate in hushed awe. For a moment it seemed as if we were looking through a rift in the mists of time, back to an age that has passed beyond memory, when the land was still … Continue reading

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Kindle Countdown Offer – The Mystical Hexagram

THE MYSTICAL HEXAGRAM: The Seven Inner Stars of Power, 2nd Edition G. Michael Vasey and Sue Vincent The Mystical Hexagram is a new and innovative way to work with this ancient symbol. Through personal revelations and exercises, the reader can … Continue reading

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Going west – and going in

It was either going to be spectacular…or very plain. Probably the latter, as we have found that with the highly decorated churches, it tends to be one or the other. It was, then, no surprise to open the door to … Continue reading

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Going west – the Kilpeck corbels

The bellcote reminded me of the first church we had visited, where our adventures had begun, though this one is a 19thC addition, carved and decorated in keeping with the rest of the building; restorations have been gentle here. But … Continue reading

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Face to Face with history -Museums on May Day

As the May Morning festivities were winding down and our parking ticket still had a couple of hours to run, we decided to visit the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford while we ere there. To be fair, there is no way … Continue reading

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A flirtation of peacocks

We had worked long enough, finalising details and ironing out glitch after glitch in the script for the workshop. It had to be right… it would be going out later that day. We needed a break and decided we would … Continue reading

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Aquae Sulis

Aquae Sulis… the waters of the Sulis… that was the Roman name for the city of Bath. It is easy to understand why when, since time immemorial, a hot and mineral-rich spring has welled from the ground; the only hot … Continue reading

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The Waters of Life

“We, like the earth, arose from the Waters of Chaos. A point of Becoming in the potential that Became. It was all there… everything that is, was and will be… all that might be… in that single moment; complete, yet … Continue reading

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Blood moon

If you stand in a field and look up, far from the lights of the city streets, there are a billion stars and a single great orb that appears to radiate a clear, white light. If you breathe in the … Continue reading

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