Past Local Events

These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.

“Glastonbury’s 7thC Saxon glass furnaces”

Cheryl Green details more of the results of the University of Reading’s Glastonbury Abbey Excavation Archive Project, together with a critical appraisal of the archaeological evidence for other Saxon remains purportedly found on site.

The Jesus Tradition as a Way of Mystery

Led by Simon Small, a series of 8 monthly talks. Talk 7: ‘Emotion & Stillness’

Each session will consist of a talk, a related experiential practice, followed by opportunity for questions and discussion.

Sacred Sites, Hidden Powers – A talk by Maria Wheatley

The ancient architects skillfully integrated earth and ley energies into their monuments. This talk uncovers healing sectors within sacred sites and how we can locate and interact with the Earth’s healing power to enhance our mind body and spirit

The Jesus Tradition as a Way of Mystery

Led by Simon Small, a series of 8 monthly talks. Talk 6: ‘What is Prayer?’

Each session will consist of a talk, a related experiential practice, followed by opportunity for questions and discussion.

PRC talk – ‘Dion Fortune, the Tree of Life & Morgan Le Fey’

Presented by: Ian Rees This talk will explore the life and magic of Dion Fortune, focusing in particular on her use of the Tree of Life. She described the Tree as “the mighty all embracing glyph of the universe and the soul” and as the foundation of the the” Yoga of the West.” We will explore Read more …

Pisces Workshop & Glastonbury Zodiac Walk with John Wadsworth

Sunday 24th February 2013 In John’s words “This month’s alchemical journey adventure into the Glastonbury Zodiac is in honour of the astrological fishes – Pisces, the twelfth and final sign of the Zodiac. It’s all about letting go, surrendering control, going with the flow, empathising deeply with the suffering of the world and following your Read more …

The Nephilim at the End of the World – A talk by Hugh Le Provost

Wessex Research Group host a talk by Hugh Le Provost on ‘The Nephilim at the End of the World’ This talk will present an alternative view of aliens focusing on ancient religious texts and will look at them as interdimensional beings rather than as extraterrestrial beings. The talk will explore how they have affected ancient Read more …

“Secular and monastic communities: a context for Glastonbury, Bath and Wells”

Jon Cannon, author of Cathedral: the great English cathedrals, and the recent BBC TV documentary, How to build a cathedral will give us an overview of the way in which medieval cathedral and abbey churches functioned as institutions and how this is reflected in their architecture, with special reference to Glastonbury, Bath and Wells.

NEW – One year course in Nature Magic

Nature Magic is all about working with the energies of nature in order to connect with the magic in yourself. This year long (8 weekend) course through the Celtic Wheel of the Year will be guiding and supporting you on your individual path to find your own magical self by interacting with nature and the energies of the earth. Tutor: Manon Tromp.

The Jesus Tradition as a Way of Mystery

Led by Simon Small, a series of 8 monthly talks. Talk 5: ‘The Stress of Life’

Each session will consist of a talk, a related experiential practice, followed by opportunity for questions and discussion