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A Neolithic Journey - Magical Mounds

Pilgrimage Trilogy     3 of 3:   Silbury Hill, Wiltshire

Such magical mounds were clearly designed to be visible across the horizon and this massive prehistoric, 130+ feet (40 metres) high, flat-topped hill with its moat, is the largest, man-made mound in Europe, constructed circa 2,500 BC. 785 more words

Earth Transition

Newton's Strange Seas

The older I get, the more pleasure and satisfaction I derive from reading poetry, although I wouldn’t say that my tastes are all-encompassing. When I was a child in the 1960s, I was thrilled to hear songs by the Beatles and the Stones on the radio, so certain tracks such as… 669 more words


UK Road Trip (Day 3) - Silbury Hill, Avebury Standing Stones, Bath and Dinner in Oxford

After a lovely homemade breakfast with excellent coffee at The Old Forge we packed the car and headed off to see the Standing Stones of Avebury.   922 more words


Move over Stonehenge!

And wander off the beaten path to Avebury, the largest prehistoric stone circle in the world, just over 15 miles north of Stonehenge. Avebury is part of the… 519 more words


The Return of Eternal Idol?

I understand that my Eternal Idol site may well be returning within a few weeks, after languishing for a few months in the internet’s equivalent of Purgatory, or Limbo. 31 more words

Current Affairs


I generally meditate in a Druid circle sitting in the northern quarter, facing south. It is early morning and my eyes are open, ideally with a soft and panoramic gaze. 805 more words


Stonehenge Information and History
Stonehenge («Stone Henge”) – a mysterious stone megalithic structure on Salisbury Plain, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. First, researchers linked the construction of Stonehenge with the Druids. 6 more words