Wednesday, August 5, 2009

British Magick

The biggest study is of what is. This includes that which we are forgetting. It includes the spiritual. The spiritual is everywhere. It is here. Just to begin: three pix I took in Britain.

1. An archaeoastronomy alignment at Castlerigg circle

2. The "uncountable stones" at Roll Right

"According to local folklore, the stones are the petrified remains of a king and his knights, however, each set of stones has been found to date from a different period. The name is thought to derive from “Hrolla-landriht” meaning the land of Hrolla."

The Olde professor standing by a greatstone at Avebury circle

The same guy after passing through the magickal healing stone of the Men-an-Tol

The professor's picture of the mystery "Dragon's Blood Spot" on Dragon's Hill

The professor's picture of a tour member touching the Holy Thorn of Glastonbury, on Wearyall Hill where Joseph of Arimathea [carrying the Holy Grail] plunged his staff into the ground and it grew into the thorn tree.

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