An Indian Civilizational Perspective

Glastonbury: where energy converges

Is there something to some energies? Can there be a source of energy that you can’t really identify? It seems like globeddy-gook.. but in some areas as big as a town, it seems true.

There is a small town in South West England called Glastonbury. It has a hill and on top of that is a tower with no roof. The hill is called Glastonbury Tor and the tower is the remains of St. Michael’s Church.

Glastonbury is a small town in Somerset, England, situated at a dry point on the Somerset Levels, 50km (31 miles) south of Bristol. The town has a population of 8,800 (2002 estimate). It is in the Mendip district.

I watched a program where this guy used a technique called dowsing to check on the energy lines through the town. There are two different lines that converge within that town. In fact they spiral up the hill and the spiral reach its end at the center of the tower (the roof at the center is not there).

Dowsing, sometimes called divining or water witching, is the practice which dowsers say permits them to detect hidden or buried water, metals, gemstones, or other such objects without the use of scientific apparatus. A Y- or L-shaped twig or rod is used during dowsing, but some dowsers use other equipment or no equipment at all.

This town has a long history – it is a special place from Jesus’ history as people say that Joseph brought Jesus’ blood after his crucifixion and buried it in Holy Grail right here. Also it has some history legend from King Arthur’s life. A story links Arthur to the Tor in an account of a face-off between Arthur and the Celtic king, Melwas, who had apparently kidnapped Arthur’s wife Queen Guinevere.

Whatever may be the truth, people have strange experiences here. Some have been disoriented, some actually experience life in different dimensions. It is definitely worth a visit. Watch this youtube video to see what it has in store for you..

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