These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
In this evening, writer and researcher Hugh le Prevost, will guide us through this Mythology and will discuss the ancient roots of our land with the questions, Who is Merlin really? What was going on in his Concsiousness? And, How can we apply his Consciousness to our own lives?
Listen to inspiring talks, take part in mini-workshops and be pampered with taster sessions.
Free talks and taster sessions from 11am and then every 30 minutes throughout the day
Jousting, a full battle on each day, hundreds of re-enactors, a great selection of trade stalls & much more
Glastonbury PLG ‘The Revolutionary New Remedies They Don’t Want You To Know About’ – with Clive de Carle
In Clive’s own words, ‘In essence, I study health and wellness while doctors study illness, drugs, radiation and surgery. Doctors do not study health and usually only spend half a day on the vital subject of nutrition. The benefits from vibrant good health are well-known to us all but few realize what the basic rules are and just how simple they are to follow’.
Is it possible for soul relationships to be expressed as precise geometrical alignments along etheric pathways over Earth’s surface? Is it also feasible that the same soul associations can be depicted in sacred geometry upon the celestial sphere? What could any of these novel philosophies have to do with Midsummer’s Day, or the Cross of Light or the Knights Templar?
A special event in the Abbot’s Kitchen marking St. Patrick’s visit to the abbey in the 5th century.
This is an 18 certificate tale of how Shakti Kundalini does its thing in the modern world. It is shared in the certain knowledge that others are getting their own version and may appreciate encouragement.
Session 6: ‘The Practice of Green Magic’.
‘Dion Fortune and the Green and Ferny Way’ is a series of 8 themed but standalone talks by Ian Rees that explore Dion Fortune’s approach to the Green Ray and consider how it manifests in her work and how it is still relevant to us today.
In this the sixth talk of the series, Ian will look at ‘Virgil’s Georgics and the art of planting and growing, weeding and feeding. Hearing and singing the poem of the land. Working with spring and summer autumn and winter’.
Members of NOW will talk about ways in which, as individuals and as part of our Glastonbury community, we can make a genuine and significant difference to the wellbeing of ourselves and one another, our local environment, and our world.