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Re: Glastonbury resident antiquarians and festival,.
Jul 11, 2013, 15:42
It was a while back, to be sure. And if it was an unusual occurrence, then so much the better. And getting back on topic, I should point out here that I find any sacred site is better when few humans are there at one time. A few people doing their thing respectfully can enhance a place, too many, or even one or two taking up loads of space, can spoil it. My partner used to visit the stone circle at Glasto when it was quiet, well before the festival began, and she found it a wonderful space. To be fair, she never had a chance to see how/if it was affected during the festival as she was always working.
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