These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
A great opportunity to try some different and delicious foods at many of the establishments around Glastonbury or beyond.
The creation of the Chenrezig sand mandala by the Tashi Lhunpo monks in Glastonbury December 2011. Admission Free.
IOAF hosts Collette Barnard & Elizabeth Forsyth in a 1 day workshop exploring …’the 5 key stages of personal development’.
The Searl Effect Generator (SEG) promises to be one of the greatest inventions in human history and a window to a new world of possibilities. It generates electricity without external input (e.g. fossil fuels such as oil or natural gas), producing economically sustainable clean energy.
William will explore the psychological and energetic dangers and blessings for all of us who live on a sacred site and powerful Earth centre
What were the ancients up to? Annual international conference on the mysteries of the megaliths.
St John’s will be holding its annual Spring Fete on Saturday 12th May 2012; 10am-3pm. There will be lots of stalls including home-made cakes & preserves, plants & produce, books, toys and gifts. There will also be children’s activities, a Jazz Group, skittles and much, much more! All Welcome!
Sunday 6th May In John’s words “This Sunday we have our monthly pilgrimage into the Glastonbury Zodiac as part of our Alchemical Journey series. We’ll be exploring the myths and symbolism and alchemical potential of the sign of Taurus and walking the Bull in the landscape in the afternoon. It’s one of the most beautiful Read more …
Saturday 5th May is World Labyrinth Day. If you are in Glastonbury there is a walk around the Tercentennial Labyrinth in St. Johns Churchyard at 1pm or walk a labyrinth in your local area.
At Bushey Combe Hill, (above Shekinashram) Glastonbury Saturday May 5th at 3.00 pm Quoting from the Glastonbury Oracle: ‘We will be linking up with other groups all along the energy lines. Stretching from Land’s End to Norfolk, from Holy Island in the Northeast to Ivinghoe Beacon, Boudica’s mound in London as well at all the Read more …