Events in and around Glastonbury

Glastonbury landscape

Events happening in the Glastonbury area this week, or the near future.

(Past events here)

Glastonbury Zombie Walk 2014

The zombies will be gathering outside the Crown Inn on Glastonbury Market Place from 3.30 pm for the now annual Zombie Walk. At 5pm the zombies will be let free to feed in the High Street. Activities will carry on into the night. See website for full details.

Pamper Afternoon at Goddess Hall

Relaxing Mini Treatments: Reflexology, Ayurvedic Facial Massage, Thai Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Facials and Healing and lots more. FREE ENTRY.

PRC Talk ‘An Alchemical Journey’ with James North

Session 2: ‘What is Alchemy? An Introduction to the Teachings of Alchemy’.
What actually is alchemy? ‘An Alchemical Journey’ is a series of 6 stand alone themed talks that will introduce us to this fascinating subject. In this second talk James considers what is the alchemy which the great alchemists studied and practiced? This session will provide a clear and simple introduction to the sometimes mystifying words and symbols found in old alchemical manuscripts, with hints on how to use this teachings for inner spiritual work.

Plant Spirit Medicine: A Journey into the Healing Wisdom of Plants – A talk by Eliot Cowan

An evening talk with Eliot Cowan followed by a Teaching Fire. Eliot Cowan is an Elder Shaman in the Huichol tradition. He created a system of Plant Spirit Medicine that takes the Chinese 5-element model of health and healing, and combines it with receiving guidance and healing from plant spirits. La Terre Cafe followed by a Teaching Fire in the garden of Chalice Leaze Clinic.

Glastonbury PLG ‘Yoga and Christianity’ – A talk by Salvatore Zambito

Most Westerners have familiarity with Christianity in its various forms, but Yoga, while having a 5,000 year history, only came to us in the 1890s. Join Salvatore and explore the foundations and principles of Christianity and Yoga. Discover if we actually find conflict or complement.

RBB Talk – John Foxe’s Book of Martyrs by Dr Roberta Anderson

The purpose of this paper is to examine why and how so many of the female martyrs of the Reformation period differ so convincingly as these did from the Protestant norm, which saw women in subjection to man, undergoing as they did a liberation from the constraints of Tudor society and the Roman Church.

PRC Talk ‘The Passing of the Flame – Dion Fortune, W.E. Butler & the Way of High Magic’ with Ian Rees

Session 2: ‘Entering the Kingdom – Taking the first step’.
‘The Passing of the Flame’ is a series of 8 themed but standalone talks taking the major themes of Dion Fortune’s work and exploring them as expressed through the work of W.E. Butler and Tom Oloman. This second talk addresses the movement between the world of fragmentation and disconnection and making the first steps in embodying the experience of the living Tree of Life. It will consider Ernest Butler’s approach to the beginnings of occult training and the Sefirah Malkuth.

Glastonbury PLG ‘There Will Be No Money’ – A talk by Oracle Girl (Jacqueline Hobbs)

What is going to happen to our current economic system? Will it crash or will it remain stable, simply transmuting into a different form? In this talk Oracle Girl will outline what the various prophecies say in answer to these questions and detail my own experience as a professional anthropologist of what the indigenous peoples in Tibet, China, India, Japan, Indonesia, the Arctic Circle and South America currently think.

Glastonbury PLG ‘Bring your Rainbow with you!’ – A talk by Kim Moore-Cullen

Kim will demonstrate how living images from your own system can be obtained in real time using an auto in motion camera, and how this may be used in spiritual development and wellness.

‘The Mystical Inner Life of Carl Jung’ – A talk by Gordon Strong

Although an academic with a strict religious upbringing, Jung readily embraced the mystical element in himself and others. He believed the inner life was as essential to the individual as the conscious world. By delving into personal and universal myth, he followed his own soul’s journey.