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St Michael (the mount and the leys)
Jul 05, 2000, 15:29
I'm off on holiday soon, to Marazion near Penzance - the beach with St Michael's mount. This is apparently where the St Michael and St Mary ley lines hit the coast of Britain.
Anyway, since I booked the holiday, St Michael (and the mount) have cropped up everywhere - the most recent (of many) examples are:
On the back of the TV guide (a Ginsters advert) and a new pub that has taken the place of an American diner in Nuneham Courtney - it's now called Mount Bay, with a picture of the mount.

Synchronicity is obviously meaningful coincidence - can anyone help with the meaning?

BTW - anyone want to meet up in Cornwall between 15th and the 21st July?


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