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Re: Glastonbury resident antiquarians and festival,.
Jul 11, 2013, 18:25
Rhiannon wrote:
(it's not an old one though is it, it's new? Do places have to be old to get sacred vibes? or are they naturally vibey? Now this is the question :)

I've never seen it but understand some venerable modern antiquarians such as John Michell were involved in alignments when it was erected. Yes, I think 'modern' stone circles can be atmospheric if old stones are used and they are sited somewhere of natural beauty preferably on a hill.

I love Glastonbury, not so much the town which I can take or leave - the Tor and the springs are sacred to me. Don't ask me to explain why because I won't be able to.
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