Sue and Pete share their Quest to many of Albion’s magical, natural sacred places. Across England, Wales and Scotland they sought to connect with the spirit of place. They chanted, drummed, dowsed and meditated, to re-enchant these numinous locations. These include waterfalls, fairy glens, ancient forests, rock outcrops with giants, deep dark caves, and wilderness. It was to such dreamtime places that early hunter-gatherers and shamans came to connect with Spirit.
Sue and Pete look into Albion’s myths and how people were once deeply connected to Nature, and advocate that Mankind has over-complicated spirituality since the Mesolithic. They make a passionate plea that natural places should be visited today, to connect with Nature elementals, dragon energies, and the spirit of Merlin and King Arthur, with a view to healing to the land. Their ‘New Vision for Albion’ is a timely rallying cry at this pivotal time of climate change.
The talk is based on their book ‘Albion Dreamtime’, which will be available on the evening, which will also include live drumming and videos of rituals in caves during their travels.
Read more about Peter and Sue’s work, books, workshops and events at www.stoneseeker.net
Glastonbury Town Hall, Magdalene Street, Glastonbury.
Doors open from 7pm for start at 7.30pm.
£6 (£5) on the door incl. light refreshments.