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Clach an Trushal is a Scottish Gaelic word often said as Clach an Truiseil, which when translated to English means Stone of Compassion.
Standing as a Guardian 20 miles to the south west from the magnificent stone circle complex of Callanish, this is a must site on any Megalithic Odyssey of the Isle of Lewis and Harris.
Sited in the village of Ballantrushal on the west side of Lewis, this stone has an energetic presence second to none. It is the tallest standing stone in Scotland. Certainly, you feel humble in its presence.
Above ground it stands approximately 5.8 metres -19 ft tall - and is 1.83 metres - 6.0 ft - wide and at its thickest point is 1.5 metres -4.9 ft - thick, with a huge girth at its base of 4.75 metres 15.6 ft..
Local legend says that it marks the site of a great battle, the last to be fought between the feuding clans of the Macaulays and Morrisons.
Yet this stone is actually the solitary surviving stone remaining from a stone circle constructed in the Neolithic period around 5,000 years ago. Occupying a place within the circle, its placement was not central. Sadly, the second last standing stone was removed as late as 1914, and used as a lintel.
|Posted by [email protected] on December 22, 2016 at 6:50 AM||comments (0)|
Maen Llia A Goddess Standing Stone BRECON BEACONS WALES
Standing just 60m off the minor road between the Senni valley and Ystradfellte, this impressive female diamond shaped standing stone is relatively easy to visit.
I introduced my daughter to this goddess stone when she was around 6 years old. This tall and strong stone is around 12 feet high and has some of the strongest energy I have ever felt emitted from a stone - and I have been around hundreds of standing stones.
Made from a massive reddish hued sandstone block this stone has a warmth that attracts you feel and to touch her.
On a clear day Maen Lila can be seen from quite some distance down the Llia valley suggesting that it may have been important ley line marker. Seven leys cross here making it highly energetic and it is sited above a 7 coiled geospiral marking deep yin water.
Standing at an altitude of 573m it is also thought to be the highest standing stone in South Wales!
One legend says that whenever a cock crows, the stone moves off to drink in the River Nedd. This is an old way of expressing its association with deep yin water. According to another story, the stone visits the River Mellte on Midsummer morning.
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|Posted by [email protected] on November 26, 2016 at 6:45 AM||comments (0)|
Special Megaliths. The Chakra Thrones of Prehistory.
Stone circles are sacred spaces and some have specially designed standing stones that appear like thrones which have magnetic hotspots.
Many have been destroyed. In the 1950s, Guy Underwood saw one at Conkwell stone circle, near Bath. Locals called it the Sofa Stone because it had carved hand rests just like an arm chair. The local kids said it made them see 'strange things'.. Their stories are amazing.
Travel into Wales to Gors Fawr stone circle and a megalithic chair awaits. With its partner it aligns to the Midsummer Sunrise. It has a magnetic hotspot. Sit down and the hotpsot aligns to the Third Eye Chakra, Clearly an activation chair.
Go to Oxfordshire to the Rollright Ring as it has a magnetic stone which if you sit against it, your Third Eye and Crown charka becomes bathed in a magnetic field.
Dated to the Iron Age, but probably older, Long Tom stands high on the Marlborough Downs pointing towards the heavens. It has several magnetic pulses that align to several chakras. Wear metal and things change dramatically.
Activated by the movement of the Sun, the living stones generate special energy that appear to affect our chakras...
I will be exploring the metaphysical properties of stone circles in my forthcoming book alongside major new discoveries that shed light on the old stone circles.
Thank you to the ancestors for creating these magical power places
|Posted by [email protected] on November 11, 2016 at 7:50 AM||comments (0)|
Located near an incredible Mother Hill called Black Coombe in Cumbria stands two amazing stones.
Black Coombe is like a pregnant women with a face that stares towards the heavens. The curves of her body are subtle but ever-present.
Nearby are two deeply carved standing stones called the Giant's Grave which have cup marks. One stone has a downward pointing triangle symbolising the great goddess.
Standing between the stones allows you to feel their energy and experience 'cross-talk' energy (the energy band electromagnetic linear lines I speak of). Rodney Hale recorded and proved cross talk exists. Place on hand on the ground near to the stone and the other hand on the lowest energy band and imagine drawing up the earth energy - that what the stone is doing - and the energy is spiralling around the stone to produce the energy bands.
Amid the mountain goddess, these old stones are amazing and have stood holding sacred space for nearly 5000 years.
|Posted by [email protected] on October 19, 2016 at 1:55 PM||comments (0)|
Hirfaen Gwyddog standing stone, Carmarthenshire, West Wales is a giant, standing over 15 feet tall and 12 round, despite its thin appearance.
It marks the boundary of Cardigan-shire and Carmarthen. I lived in Cardigan in my 20s and have always loved the sites and the spirit of Wales.
The energy bands of large stones (see below) do not behave like other stones due to the size. They are akin to the Egyptian obelisks or Brittany's menhirs The energy released from this stone is amazing and it feels electric to touch. The northern side is strongest in emitted energy.
in the 19th century someone tried to destroy this all knowing megalithic as two dynamite drill holes in the north west face show. To no avail as almighty force, I believe, saved this wonder.