Category Archives: Sacred sites

Stone of the Night…

* You are a passenger… You stay under glass… You are driven through the city’s ripped back-sides. You leave the city’s ripped back-sides on a road which snakes through low, rough, foothills. Far on the horizon a solitary fin-shaped peak … Continue reading

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Wen’s World…

* …The weather is being unkind again. There are other reasons this time, however, for our sense of anticipation for the first of the Glastonbury talks being perhaps less enthusiastic than it might be. The intrusion of Christmas left little … Continue reading

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Chaperone…

* “The second stone points to Silbury Hill along the line of the midsummer sunrise.” “Can that be accidental?” “It seems unlikely.” * … “Would there be a symbolic significance for that?” “One would expect so.” “Could we offer an … Continue reading

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One of our Mounds: Green Lion…

‘Green-Lion’- on the tower of Ogbourne St. Andrew’s Church. * …Those of you who follow the adventures of Don and Wen in our series of books will be aware that one of their remits is to investigate the interface between … Continue reading

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One of our mounds…

* The plan was to base our inaugural public ‘solstice’ event at Avebury and thus it seemed natural to book a room at the Public House situated in the centre of the Stone Circle… Only, The Red Lion no longer … Continue reading

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Beyond the bounds: Contact…

* But what would the first meeting have looked like? * Like Cortez, or Cook, or Columbus… * The travellers, apparalled differently, brought gifts, and some of these were, later, still deemed worthy of record… * Their manners, and customs, … Continue reading

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Beyond the bounds: Cultures…

* … Notwithstanding the benefits of pure service, which are indeed immense. * The ‘designers’ may also have needed to accomplish something else. * There is no doubt that the sites utilise magical principles to interact with the wider landscape. … Continue reading

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Beyond the bounds: Symbiosis…

* Different races of people are like different species, that is, like any other animals. * If they willingly work together in harmony, it is because they both get what they need from doing so. * The ‘builders’ got, amongst … Continue reading

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Dreaming Stones: Third time lucky…

The light was changing. Not that it had been doing anything else all day… the light in the Western Isles is amazing… but it was, by this time, almost eight thirty and we were rather expecting the light to fade … Continue reading

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Stone-Circle ‘Gold’…

* Back on the ferry and we are assessing the worthiness or otherwise of our ‘madness’… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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