These are some of the events that have recently been held in and around Glastonbury and publicised by Pilgrims.
Past Local Events
Tim Whild is returning to Glastonbury with a high frequency talk on Practical Ascension. Tim will be leading us through several meditations/visualisations to raise our frequency and fully activate our 12 ascension chakras. He will also explain how simple it is to maintain this vibration even through challenging periods.
Enjoy a Wildlife Tour of the abbey with one of the volunteers and discover the creatures who share the site. Normal admission applies.
The 2017 Megalithomania Conference is taking place at the Glastonbury Town Hall on 20th & 21st May. It is a two-day event with optional tours on 19th, 22nd, 23rd & 24th. Early-bird tickets available from the web-site.
2017 sees the first celebration of Somerset Day. Somerset Day will take place on 11 May, in honour of King Alfred the Great. In 878, Alfred the Great, King of Wessex, gathered “all the people of Somerset” to march against and defeat the invading Viking army. By the time of his death he had become the Read more …
In the 1960s Ranchor Prime left home to find God. Feeling the sense of lost identity he entered a great stillness and emptiness, which lead him deeply towards nature and spirit. In this beautiful book, ‘The Journey of The Eight Elements’ he reflects on his journey and, one by one, introduces the reader to the eight elements of ancient Hindu cosmology.
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.