Five healing rays get the Tarot treatment

I needed to know more about the five healing rays that I had identified I would need to learn about in order to learn energetic healing. I had read a book recently about the general principles of energy healing – the book was “The Healing Energy of Your Hands” by Michael Bradford. It had told me many things that I already knew, and I didn’t like his other material, the way he presents himself, or his style. Nevertheless, the book did reveal a few that I didn’t know or hadn’t tried in terms of healing energies, and if nothing else it re-vivified my curiosity to know more about the five healing colour rays or vibrations that I had identified previously through the tarot. Maybe the tarot could again be of assistance in revealing...

Glastonbury Solstice : The Opening of the Chakras

Glastonbury Pilgrimage Notes – Summer Solstice (June 2009) On June 20th and 21st Kal and I went down to Glastonbury to begin a spiritual pilgrimage. That wasn’t our intention initially, but very quickly that’s what it turned out to be! We had no set agenda, other than a starting point that I had identified after reading Mary Caine’s book about the Glastonbury Zodiac in which she had revealed that the Girt Dog of Langport may have been the first place that initiates to the ancient druidic colleges and mystery schools landed by boat on the Isle of Avalon, the only high ground in the flooded Somerset Levels. This first contact was at Burrow Mump at Burrowbridge. So that was where we started too. From that point onwards I was hoping for some...

Solstice in Glastonbury

Kal and I are off to Glastonbury – the town, not the festival – to mark the Summer Solstice this weekend. If you see us out and about walking around the Glastonbury Zodiac – twelve terrestrial giant shapes marked out in the landscape around the town – then do say hello, or shout abuse at us. Whichever comes more naturally! We will, of course, be up to all sorts, and we’ll report back when we return. Until then – enjoy the high point of the year so far! Gwas. Following The Sun

Brittany 1: Dragons in Winchester

Over the last two weeks my wife and I have been journeying to and staying in the Brittany region in the North Western end of France in my auntie’s guest house near St.Brieuc in the Cotes D’Armour. It was to be our first proper holiday of the year, and to an area renowned for its megalithic history. A fortunate coincidence, as this meant I got to go to some of the great sites available in that region, and managed to dowse many of them too. In the near future I will be posting on topics such as the Carnac alignments, Locmarquier, Mont St.Michel, roadside Celtic crosses, dolmens, passage graves and many other things discovered on this holiday. I’ll be posting regular stories of some of those sites, revealing some of the Celtic mythology and history...