The Secret Life of Dragons

Over the past few years, I’ve noticed there’s been quite a resurgence of interest in dragons. Friends of mine, who engage shamanically with the energy lines  criss-crossing the globe – often and wrongly called ley lines –  tell me that it’s because the dragons that guard them are waking up. They may be right. But…

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Podcast: The Dragon Whisperer’s Son, Chapter One

Here is the Chapter One of the first book of The Glastonbury Chronicles, The Dragon Whisperer’s Son. If you prefer you can listen to an audio recording by JUST CLICKING HERE.

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The Revelation of the Divine Feminine

I had a lucid dream this morning. I was wandering around one of the Other Worlds and then I came into a room which was full of women arguing about the Divine Feminine. One was saying it was Venus, while others were insisting that it was Aphrodite, Ishtar, Eve, Isis or Astarte. Finally, one woman…

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The Art of Dragon Whispering

I am currently writing The Dragon Whisperer’s Handbook, a compendium of ancient magical practices that I’m hoping will help all those walking the long and winding road towards self-realisation, and I think it will also be a particularly useful guide for baby dragons. Of course, if you are a baby dragon, you probably won’t know…

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The Secret of The Secret

Yesterday, I told the Universe to send me a coat. I didn’t include a long wordy spec with my request. I just sent out a picture of it. As they say, a picture speaks a thousand words and that might be why I find, in all these types of shamanic communications, that metaphors in the…

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The mythology of Squid Game

Squid Game has become a massive worldwide hit on Netflix, but some of its success must surely be due to what most people have gone through during the last two years? Many more of us than ever, it seems to me, are now wondering whether we are just the poor victims of some fateful game…

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Fire in the Head – the shaman’s halo

There’s a lot of nonsense talked about whether someone in the West can call themselves a shaman, because ‘shaman’ is a Siberian word and we’re not Siberians. The truth is, we are shamans. We do the same job as the Siberian shamans of old. We experience the same mystical heat in our heads as all…

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Samhain and the star nursery

If you look to the east tonight just after sunset, which is the only time the Pleiades or Seven Sisters star cluster is visible to the naked human eye, you may be lucky enough to see them rising into the night sky. Each of its seven hot blue stars hovers in a sparkling, nebulous mist…

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A Song for All Hallows Eve

O Holy Night! The stars are brightly shining Over the red roofs of Glastonbury town. Asleep are the folk, lying there quietly dreaming Of the coming of the Winter King’s holly crown. Dark is the night; its nadir as black as coal. Only the fire red eyes of the dragons glow, But something is stirring,…

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