The Glastonbury Chronicles

The Glastonbury Chronicles are based on authentic fairy tales and are written with love for adults who are still children at heart.

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The Dragon Whisperer’s Son

I’m delighted to be able to let you know that The Dragon Whisperer’s Son is now published and available here on Amazon in paperback and for Kindles. I’m also keeping the price low – for the next few weeks – of all three books in The Glastonbury Chronicles series so that you can buy them…

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Life on Earth – how to make sense of it

THERE IS A MEANING AND PURPOSE to our life here on Earth, no matter how challenging it can seem at times, and no matter how painful. It is, in reality, a quest, a pilgrimage, a journey in which we sometimes have to traverse difficult terrains because like the mythological hero, this is how we meet…

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I Wanna Know What Love Is…

… sang Foreigner. Now that I’ve reached the Lover in my new book, which is based around classical psychological archetypes, I realise that I don’t know what love is. I’ve had plenty of experience of the Lover archetype in its Shadow form, and will be able to write reams about that, but not the Lover…

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The Desecration of Wisdom

When I was first researching how the Romans destroyed the Mystery Groves of ancient Greece and Mesopotamia in order to “concrete over” their vast empire with the religion of Christianity, I never thought for one minute that I would witness such desecration in my own lifetime. Now, however, we can see the globalists using the…

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Moksha can wait

It all began for me one Christmas morning, some time in the 1950s. My two younger sisters and I had woken early – it was still dark outside. So of course, we quickly remembered what day it was and then we instantly set to, frantically unwrapping all our presents. I will never forget our parents’…

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Extricating ourselves from the Slough of Despond

The whole and healthy Creator archetype is clearly evident in the person whose work is a joyful outpouring of love for the creation and everything in it. They regard every pink-with-pregnant-promise dawn as yet another opportunity to share their gift, whether it is painting, writing, sewing, dancing, singing, composing, building, carving, forging …whatever skill almost…

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Waiting for Garuda

I’ve been finding it difficult to post anything much lately because my time is much more taken up with scanning the skies. I’m looking for an eagle… a very special sort of eagle. I think if you read this through, you might understand why: In the Vedic literature on Oriental alchemy, there is a famous…

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Laws of Dharma: 10. Absence of anger (khroda)

There is a version of what we call ‘anger’ that is indispensable for our survival. We see it glinting like fire diamonds in the eyes of a mother in the wild who has just given birth. Even as she’s licking the afterbirth off her new cub’s fur, she looks up at you and you know…

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The Laws of Dharma: 9. Truth (satya)

You might be wondering why law number 9 seems, at first glance, identical to law number 4, Honesty. But the satya kind of truth is a much wider and deeper subject than merely getting your thoughts, words and deeds lined up in a row. It is a quality that emanates palpably from those who have…

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The Laws of Dharma: 8. Knowledge (vidya)

The meaning of the value of knowledge could be misconstrued if we don’t understand how the word vidya was meant when the Vedic rishis composed these Laws of Dharma. Vidya comes from the same Sanskrit root from which the Greeks took the word ‘vision’. It is about a vision of the cosmos that is holistic…

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