A Cathedral of Birds

Watkins Books’ Mind Body Spirit online magazine has now published my poem, A Cathedral of Birds, which you can check out by clicking this link: https://www.watkinsmagazine.com/a-cathedral-of-birds Or you can read the whole poem here on my blog. It was partly inspired by my experiences of singing in the choir under the heavenly Vesica arches of…

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Bird Magic

I’ve recently been receiving visions of a huge waterfall of platinum light streaming down into an obsidian black abyss. As I stand there looking up at it, it shapeshifts into the most beautiful woman whose head is turned upwards, scanning the skies. I found this odd at first – usually the ‘gods and goddesses’ that…

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Ancient Myths are Not Records of History – they are much more valuable than that

I am currently coming up against a widespread misunderstanding that the purpose of myths was to record the ancient history of man. So I thought it would be a good idea to explain my views about the real meaning and thus value of myths, which are not about political history – although they are often…

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For the Protection of the Honey Isles

It is little remembered because its meaning has been buried under the sands of time, but the British Isles was at one time referred to, by those who spoke the hidden language, as the Isles of Honey. In those slower-paced days, it was a green and pleasant land which was renown for its tangled orchards…

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The Mystery of the Glastonbury Zodiac

I have been gestating, over the last nine years, a story and a message that the Glastonbury Zodiac has been showing me. The vision was eventually birthed through a combination of studying Katharine Maltwood’s books on the zodiac – a 30-mile round of colossal earthwork giants on the Somerset Levels – and then going on…

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A Guide to the Faeries of Avalon

There are almost as many names for faeries in these parts as there are stories about them, courtesy of the exiled Irish and Welsh whose memories still remain like holographic movies hovering in the morphogenic fields of the land they left behind. To the Irish, the faeries are known as the Tuatha da Danaan, and…

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Gwyn ap Nudd – guide of souls into the afterlife

I have been where the warriors of Britain were slain, From the east to the north: I am the escort of the grave. I have been where the warriors of Britain were slain, From the east to the south: I am the escort of the dead! * While the faery midwife Brigit the Bright One‘s…

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Stories in the Stars – how to reincarnate into your own life

If asked to describe,  in just seven words, the major gift you would glean from my book, Stories in the Stars, I would answer: “how to reincarnate into your own life.” That may seem a strange response, but please read on to find out why.

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Weather shamans at sea, 700,000 years ago

There has always been an approved narrative within academia regarding the origins of the human race, and papers about any finds by archaeologists which weaken that narrative usually get savaged while going through peer review and thus never get published. In fact, the palaeontological record is so sparse that academics extrapolate a lot from a…

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Planetary Rites of Passage – thriving through the apocalypse, guided by your twin soul

The true meaning of Apocalypse means ‘revelations’ and in our case, the huge revelations about what’s really happening on the world stage is leading us through a classic rite of passage into initiation and enlightenment over the next two to three years. In this video, I explain how this kind of rite of passage is…

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The Celtic Shamans of Glastonbury’s Temple of the Stars

When I first tried to read Katharine Maltwood’s guide to the Glastonbury Temple of the Stars, I ended up with a terrible headache. Even though I’d studied mythology and archaeology for decades, this 1920s identifier of the Somerset circular landscape temple – locally referred to as the Glastonbury Zodiac – seemed so ‘other’ to me,…

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