Happy Christmas everyone!

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There is something magical about Christmas time. Perhaps it’s the fascinating combination of secular and sacred traditions, having overlapped from the beginning. Celebrating the birth of Jesus and waiting for Santa Claus aren’t mutually exclusive in my view, in the same way as ‘The Holly and the Ivy’, ‘Good King Wenceslas’ and ‘Away in a Manger’ sit comfortably with each other on a carol service list, to be sung in a candle-lit church decorated with holly and woodland greenery.

I have spent many interesting hours dowsing in beautiful and interesting Devon churches in 2018, respecting the sacred space present, moving trapped souls to the light, finding the earth energies flowing through the buildings, discovering Green men and the three-hare motif in the wooden roof bosses and enjoying glorious stained-glass windows, such as Archangel Michael in Spreyton church, with the Michael earth energy line flowing beneath, pagan and Christian symbols combining to create that sacred space.

By dowsing we can both find and create our own special spaces, which will remain dormant until we activate them with our Intent to foster greater love, compassion and kindness this Christmas, embracing the messages from our wonderful ancient traditions.

Merry Christmas to one and all.

Gwynn

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 A talk by Sean Ferris

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Sean will be talking about his long-standing conversations with “Dragons”, (Earth energy currents like the Michael and Mary lines). He sees these as rivers of consciousness, which influence evolution by carrying myth, and legend, whilst helping to shape human behaviour.

 

Sean argues that Devon can been seen as an extraordinary nest of Dragons, which has world-renowned legends such as Arthur and the Grail associated with it, and whose energies have influenced famous characters in history as well as past Kings and Queens.

 

He will provide a unique analysis of the influence these Dragons have had on creative centres such as Dartington Hall, and the town of Totnes, with new mapping information which reveals the real power of these sites, never seen before. Find out more