Ancient Sites | Dowsing

A Day in Cowan’s Country: Part 3

This is the final part of The Perthshire Trilogy, as I’m now calling it (don’t worry – it won’t stick). This post covers Lundin Farm, a site particularly mentioned by David Cowan as forming a component of an energy formation covering a large area around Loch Tay and Crieff. I then go on to reveal […]

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Brittany 6: Carnac alignments – Kermario

Kermario, Carnac – 8th May 2009 In this sixth installment of the Brittany series, the second part of the Carnac visit, I found possibly the most interesting aspects of the whole Carnac visit (not to put you off the next post, but this is the ‘main feature’, if you like). Entrance stones As we walked […]

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Ancient Sites | Dowsing

Brittany 4: Le Champ Dolent Stone

Brittany, Thursday 7th May This is the fourth post in my Brittany dowsing series, and for a brief moment I will be back-tracking. On the same day as we went to Mont St.Michel we had a small diversion to Dol De Bretagne, a town just off the main route along the Cotes D’Armour coast between […]

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Calanais II: lumpy and grumpy

Sometimes it’s only when you finish writing a post that you realise what it was all about, and can summarise it. Well, as an introduction to this post I want to warn you that if you’re feeling anything but extremely up-beat at the moment then you might want to skip to another cheery post, like “The […]

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