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Joining dots and crossing over
I always like to start a new year somewhere high up with a good strong wind. Yesterday, it was a particular stretch of the Ridgeway (one of England’s most ancient routes) that I hadn’t walked before, being mostly familiar with … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient sites, Archaeology, Biography, Consciousness & evolution, Divine feminine, History, Leylines, Life choices, Life journey, Spirituality, Symbolic journeys, Travel, Walks Tagged Aldworth, ancient routes, Avebury, Calleva, Fawley, grims ditch, Hambleden, ley lines, Ovebury Hill, pagan sites, pre-christian sites, Silchester, St Mary's church, St Michael's church, stone circle, Stonor, Sulhampstead, symbolic journeys, The Bell Aldworth, The Devil's Highway, The Ridgeway, Wayland's Smithy, White Horse at Uffington, yew trees 4 Comments
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