These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Peter will talk on the rediscovered ‘lost book’ of 1805, ‘Artes Magicae or the Ancient & Occult Secrets of the Menoroth’ by John Parkins. This book presents an incredible and fascinating new understanding of the Qabbalah and enlarges the Qabbalistic concept beyond all bounderies, taking Qabbalism into new and Biblical dimensions.
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 to help with Planting the Medieval Kitchen Garden on Wednesday 3rd May. For full details and how to apply, click on the title above to open the full article.
Hugh le Prevost will discuss The Quest of Holy Grail, it’s path through the stories of different cultures, including the legendary story of King Arthur’s Knights of The Round Table, who purified their lives so that they would be worthy of attaining The Holy Grail.
The gardens open at 6 am and we hold a morning meditation around the Beltane fire at 7 am. Maypole dancing is at 8:30 am, accompanied by live music. We will also gather at the well head for midday meditation until 12.30. FREE ADMISSION to the gardens 6 am to 12 pm
For a schedule of the Glastonbury Beltane festivities, further expanded for 2017, please open this article.
This is a Glastonbury Mayor’s Charity event supporting the abbey’s Rescue Our Ruins Appeal. Enjoy a night of fun, tension and laughter with a fund-raising Beetle Drive plus a Fish and Chip supper courtesy of Knights.
Tonight Dr Daniel will share inspirational stories of those that have healed cancer, identifying the specific holistic keys in each case that unlocked their healing potential. She will then offer each participant the opportunity to see their own mind, body, spirit and environmental balance and where vital changes can be made to prevent and reverse illness with her enlightening ‘Picture of Health’ self-assessment tool.
There is a legend that St. George visited Glastonbury and his feast day was celebrated in the town for hundreds of years. There was a chapel of St. George in the Abbey, there is a St. George’s Chapel in St. Johns and of course he gives his name to ‘The George Hotel’, now known as Read more …
We all know the universal language of divine love because that is who we are. Tonight, Tareth will speak about his awakening to it and Celebrate it with you in a deeply healing meditation.
Maria will talk of how Stonehenge once had a neolithic high queen who shared her looks of a long skull with the priesthood of malta and Egypt. Her people created some of the largest monuments in the prehistoric landscape. The Queen and her people were murdered and their kind was wiped out. Maria’s recent discovery has changed our understanding of the people who created the first British megalitic stone temples.