Glastonbury June 6, 2012

I wanted to run to the Vesica Pisces well cover but instead
I headed over to the larger Vesica Pisces pool.

basked in how beautiful it was. From there I went to the gift shop which was small
but still had some wonderful things. Duston surprised me with a book called
Undine, which is a fantastic book on the creatures of the water. There was a
book called Gwyn that I should have got but didn’t, it’s now on my reading
list.  All the profits from the store
went to the Chalice well trust

so of course I chose to support it. 

we walked through the garden we saw the Yew trees, which were decorated with
gifts of beads, ribbons, string, and crystals. The garden was well preserved,
and there were several people tending to the flowers. I could imagine myself
working there, how wonderful would that be! 
We came to the healing pool. Called something like King Arthur court. I
went in of course but the water was SO cold I only went in up to mid calf. It
is interesting because being in the water like that activated my Reiki Energy I
could begin to feel the same pulses that I do when I’m working Reiki. 

Since the white well was closed till 1:30 we decided to
climb the Tor. It was very windy and hard to climb but worth every moment.  Once we were to the top we sat on the side of
the tor and closed our eyes. The warm sun came out at that moment, and the wind
stopped. I could feel the presence of the Sun God, Apollo, Belenos, etc.

After the Tor we headed into townwe were so hungry, sad to say that the town did not have the same energy as the Garden or Tor. Though the shops were adorable and I bought a loose resin based incense called Glastonbury, and a few small trinkets.

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  • Wandering Pagan

    Interesting reaction to Glastonbury! Most visitors seem to love it.

    My reactions are similar to yours – I may live near it but I am really not keen on the town and it guarantees me a full on headache every time I go there. There is a dark undertone to the place which makes me uncomfortable.