These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
This film inspires hope and solutions, rather than fear.
Friday 28th March 7pm
Glastonbury Town Hall Magdalene Street.
Colin Wilson (1931 – 2013) was a prolific English writer who first came to prominence as a philosopher and novelist also writing widely on true crime, mysticism and the paranormal. Wilson called his philosophy “new existentialism”; or “phenomenological existentialism”
The Earth Energies are analogous to Planet’s meridians, and standing stones are huge acupuncture needles. Sig’s Hypothesis Number One states that even if they were trained by the same teacher, it is quite probable that no two dowsers, when dowsing for intangible targets in Sacred Space, will ever find the same things.
Tony tells the story known as The Bock Saga, an incredible Sa-Ga laid down for generations that the origin of man began in Scandinavia. Powered by a sacred ring of power whose theme reflects across history. The Sa-Ga is based largely on the teaching of sounds, which must be heard and experienced and has therefore been passed down orally from generation to generation.
Presented by: Ian Rees This talk will focus on the figure of Merlin drawing upon the older traditions from the Black Book of Carmarthen and the Vita Merlini of Geoffrey of Monmouth. These older stories conceal and reveal a powerful approach to the disturbed aspects of our soul and how to find balance in a fragmented Read more …
A new approach to spirituality is emerging that is INCLUSIVE and honours the HEART-CENTRED essence of all spiritual approaches but stands FREE of dogma and institution.
The host of interesting and inspiring speakers includes William Bloom, Sister Jayanti, David MacGeoch, Anna Lubelska and many others.
The dates of the next Glastonbury Megalithomania conference will be 18th and 19th May 2013, with speakers including Robert Schoch, Andrew Collins, Michael Glickman, Gary Biltcliffe, Maria Wheatley, Hugh Newman, Glenn & Cameron Broughton and more to be announced.
This talk by Tim Hopkinson-Ball explores the historical, spiritual and legendary ties that bind Glastonbury and the Eternal City, and suggests why Glastonbury was dubbed ‘Roma Secunda’ — a ‘Second Rome’.
Led by Simon Small, a series of 8 monthly talks. Talk 8: ‘The Power of Ritual’
Each session will consist of a talk, a related experiential practice, followed by opportunity for questions and discussion.
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.