These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
As part of the project to create a medieval kitchen garden in the style once seen hundreds of years ago at Glastonbury Abbey, volunteers are needed for a Medieval Carpentry course on Wednesday 29th March. For full details and how to apply open the full article.
Drawing on the life and thought of the Irish painter and mystic AE, and the Austrian occultist Rudolf Steiner, James will discuss how new approaches to money and land can change the spiritual movement and our wider society.
A presentation about a very ambitious art project that incorporates the high legends of Arthurian Romance, with the sacred landscape of the Glastonbury Zodiac, and the visionary writings of the late Bahli Mans Morris. Yuri will showcase the artwork that has been created so far, and explain some of the very interesting occult symbolism used within the images.
This Glastonbury Mayor’s Charity event promises to be a rich medley of genres involving some of town’s most established and popular acts as well as some exciting new faces. There will be music from the likes of Vela, The Avalonian Free State Choir, Oska Zachy and more to be confirmed.
Glastonbury PLG ‘The Hemptation of Free Love Cannabis Anniversary special – Celebrating 20 years of Hemp in Avalon
Once described as “one of the most valuable medicines we posses”, by Dr Reynolds (Queen Victoria’s personal physician), modern day science is discovering just how vital Cannabis is to the functioning of our bodies.
Gather at the Well Head at 12 pm for celebration and meditation until 12:30. At 12:30 join around the fire on the Lower Lawn for informal ’conversation’.
Enjoy a Wildlife Tour of the abbey with one of the volunteers and discover the creatures who share the site. Normal admission applies.
What if the Flower of Life was, actually, a key to unlocking a whole system of information for the structure of life on this planet? An enlightening talk featuring two, stunningly animated, sacred geometry visualisation meditation films, that fully demonstrate what it feels like to experience Sacred Geometry as a language without words!
Wessex Research Group host a talk by Peter Knight entitled ‘Dartmoor Mindscapes’. Peter uncovers the intricate relationships between tor outcrops and other natural features, with stone circles, stone rows, cairns and megaliths. Peter proposes how our prehistoric ancestors interacted with notable outcrops, simulacra, rock basins and propped stones