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Between the Earth and Stars podcast

You may notice that I’ve added a new podcast to the list in the sidebar? OK – you might not have noticed, but I have done that. I have been listening to Oraia the Sphinx‘s podcast for a few months now and am finally catching up on the many wonderful shows that she puts out […]

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Understanding Megalithic Sites Presentation

I have prepared a presentation on the subject of “Understanding Megalithic Sites” and I am inviting anyone who wishes me to come and do a talk on this subject to let me know. These ancient structures are of continued and growing fascination for us, and yet many of these mysterious places are still under threat […]

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Spring Druid Diaries

When Kal and I went to Cumbria for the Spring Equinox we captured our thoughts and feelings about the day’s activities in three diary excerpts whilst we drove back home. Here are the three MP3 files from that discussion covering a range of subjects from dowsing, ley lines, and energy to spirit entities and other […]

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Cymatics: The Chladni Song

We talk frequently on this blog about things such as frequency, vibration, energy and geometry. Chladni patterns, or Cymatics as they have become termed, are expressions of the geometry inherent in frequency. Chladni patterns – named after the acoustician and meteorologist Ernst Chladni – can be made visible by the vibration of sound through a […]

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Carnac: The Energy Engine

As part of a campaign to only read books that back up something that I have said already, I have been reading John Burke and Kaj Halberg’s book “Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty” [Hmm..did the sarcasm of that statement really come across I wonder?]. The book had been recommended to me by Helen Lamb […]

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Solara An-Ra stole my soul!

Kal had given me a few DVDs that someone who had attended this year’s Glastonbury Symposium had obtained. Sadly, this person had not purchased the one containing Philip Carr-Gomm‘s talk, Luckily, that particular speech can be heard in two of the recent Druidcast MP3s (nos.31 and 32). And jolly interesting they were too. Nor did this […]

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