The Sacred Springs of South West England

the Tor : Glastonbury

My eldest daughter is visiting, and this usually means one thing...road trip!  So this past weekend we toured south west England and Wales, visiting the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff; the Isle of Avalon in Glastonbury; Durdle Door on the Dorset coast; Stonehenge; and the city of Bath.  We had unusually sunny weather for our visit, and in the midst of that summer sun profusion the spirit of the waters touched my heart.I visited Glastonbury many years ago.  I hiked the Tor, slept in the … [Read more...]

Crossing the boundaries of urban and rural

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A few months ago, Joshua Graham wrote about an urban sense of place and Pagan spirituality. This weekend I went to visit him in Bath, an English city watched over by the Goddess Sulis Minerva.Before I became a rural dweller, I lived in the city of Bath for three years. It was a sight less urban than my home city of Birmingham, and also smaller than the other city I'd lived in for a similar length of time, Cambridge. It felt almost rural to me when I moved there, back in 1996.It both … [Read more...]


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