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Anthropology & Mythology ^top^
Ancient Greek Drama & Theatre - I was a drama major in college, and it gave me many ideas about how the Greeks turned ceremony in sacred space into a theatrical production - from subjectively experienced to objectively observed. Also Greek theatre is full of thought provoking "mythtory."
Ancient Web - A world-wide exploration of ancient civilizations.
Ancient Worlds cultures from around the world - Egyptian, Mesapotamian, New World and the Orient. One of the best is Celtia, though some of the material on the Orkneys is clearly not Celtic. A good general site.
Exploring Ancient World Cultures is a university cyber course with information on many of Europe's and Southern Asia's ancient cultures.
Greek Mythological Figures - an extensive listing of figures from Greek mythology. Interesting correlations & information.
Nursery Rhymes - It is amazing how nursery ryhmes can tell us things about the past that the writers of history didn't want us to know. As an example, go to this site and look at "Little Jack Horner" for insight into the dissolution of Glastonbury Abbey. Absolutely fascinating.
Encyclopedia Mythica - An extensive collection of our planet's myths.
The Family Tree of Greek Gods - An interactive Genealogic Map of the gods and goddesses of ancient Greece. Fun.
Folklore and Mythology Resource Guide - An exaustive guide to both Folklore and Mythology
HyperHistory Online - Over 2,000 files covering 3,000 years od world history. Useful.
Mythical Ireland - Andrew Murphy and Richard Moore's website on Ireland's ancients sites, its myths and legends.
Mythology Guide - Based on Greek and Roman Myths.
Myths & Legends - Links to myths around the world. A good place to look for esoteric stories from many different cultures.
The Ogham Stone - Introduction and Symbols.
The PictsPictish Nation - good information ab out the Picts of Scotland. Who were they and where did they come from?
Pictish stones - locationshttp://www.darkisle.com/picts.html
Pictish Ogam Inscriptionshttp://web.onetel.com/~hibou/Pictish%20Inscriptions.html
Theoi Greek Mythology - Greek mythology and the gods in classical literature and art. A reference guide to the gods (theoi), spirits (daimones), fabulous creatures (theres) and heroes of ancient Greek mythology and religion.
Unexplained America - Strange & Unexplained Mysteries from America's Past
Star Charts and Moon Stations by Steve Renshaw and Saori Ihara tells of the use of astronomy for astrological uses in Japan.
Forestry Suppliers - Where you can get a Suunto Tandem Compass in the USA.
Moon Circles - Following the cycles of the Moon from a spiritual perspective.
National Geophysics Data Center - Geomagnetism - Latitude & Longitude and Magnetic Deviation for your area can be found here.
Suunto Compasses - The company in Finland who makes the Tandem Compass that I use.
In addition to the Suunto Tandem, use the Apple iPhone for most of my Archaeoastrological work. Go to that section of MAG for more specifics. Here are the iPhone Apps I use:
AstroMart - a free way to find out how the planets are relating (aspecting) to each other through the use of astrology today. This URL can be used both from your computer or as an App from your iPhone.
SkyVoyager ($14.99) downloadable iPhone app from iTunes , I find that is a really sophisticated way to work with naked eye astronomy. You can easily identify both the constellations and the planets on their path along the ecliptic. While it it one of the most expensive Apps I have, it is well worth the cost as you can take it outside, and with a iPhone 3GS. as you tilt it around, the screen shows you what is in the heavens directly behind it!
Ancient Astronomy and Geomancy in Kyoto, Japan By Steve Renshaw and Saori Ihara. Useful info on how the Japanese have built their temples with astronomy and geomancy in mind. Good links to other Japanese examples.
Archaeoastronomy - the website of Scott Monahan. And excellent discussion of the Quarter and Cross Quarter Days with both great visuals and solid times and dates.
Center for Archaeoastronomy. Information about the Center for Archaeoastronomy. Good links elsewhere.
Heavenly Mathematics - The goal of this course is to give you the necessary mathematical background for understanding what I call 'cultural astronomy', i.e., the role of astronomy in problems of general interest. This includes topics related to Asian culture and natural phenomena that are special to the tropics. After taking this course, you will be able to understand basic astronomical phenomena, and appreciate their cultural significance. Interesting site from Singapore.
Horizon Finder - This Program, written by David Dearborn, scans a greyscale image in Adobe Photoshop format, and returns a digitised and calibrated horizon profile, i.e. a file containing a list of the azimuth, altitude and declination of a sequence of horizon points from one end of the horizon to the other. The program runs on Apple Macintosh platforms only. (Sorry PC users!)
"Karahundj" Armenia's Stonehenge - These simple stones stretched out along the crest of a hill overlooking the Sissian River challenge the very dating of early astronomy and the answer to the question, "Who were the first astronomers?" If proven true, a current controversial dating of the stones at Karahundj predate England's Stonehenge, they predate the Babylonian's claim to being the first astronomers, and they confirm what some people already suspect: that Armenia is the birthplace of the zodiac, and perhaps the beginning of navigation and the concept of time.
Knowth and Dowth and Newgrange Solstice alignments - great photos! Michael Fox has done an excellent job of presenting Irish astronomy. Well worth a visit.
Maes Howe Research Project - Victor Reij's report on his work at Maes Howe. Good animated .gif of the sun passing through the chamber.
U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Department - Check out their Data Services - Sun and Moon rise and set times, Moon phases, eclipses, seasons, positions of solar system objects, and other data. Excellent source for archaeoastronomical calculations!
Victor Reij's web page on lunar declinations and azimuths.
Ales Stenar - Wonderful vesica-shapes ship setting in Sweden.
Ancient Artifacts - The 10 Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts - and much more.
Ancient Origins - Subtitled: Reconstructing the story of humanity's past. A great site for alternative views of prehistory. "Our aim is to move beyond theories and to present a thorough examination of current research and evidence and to offer alternative viewpoints and explanations to those currently held by mainstream science, archaeology and religion." A very interesting site!
Ancient Ireland - Pictures and information about Ancient Irish antiquities.
Brigantes Nation - Brigantes Nation an archaeology club which aims to help individuals become involved in active pre-history research. The orginal project focused on research into the Brigantes tribe, however this narrow field has since expanded to include Scottish and Dutch archaeology. Good section on Vitrified Hill Forts in Scotland.
The Celtic Inscribed Stones Project - The database includes every non-Runic inscription raised on a stone monument within Celtic-speaking areas (Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Dumnonia, Brittany and the Isle of Man) in the early middle ages (AD 400-1000).
Digital Digging - Wonderful views of preshitoric sites in Wiltshire and Somerset. Sadly, Glastonbury's sites are not included.]
Indigenous Peoples Research Foundation - This is a new organisation that was established to protect and research intriguing artifacts recovered from several locations in the Southeastern region of North America, with the goals of more fully understanding the pre-Columbian history of North American indigenous cultures. This is a new site, with the beginning of what looks like some very interesting artefacts - so far - from Northern Georgia.
Megalithic Routes - The Association Megalithic Routes comprises different expert European institutions in Denmark, Germany, Netherlands and Sweden which study the buildings of the megalithic culture from various angles. A quick overview of megalithic sites in each of these countries, and ways to learn more about them.
Mysterious Places. Visit major ancient sacred sites around the world - Mesa Verde, Easter Island, Chichen Itza, Stonehenge, Ancient Egypt.
New England Antiquities Research Association - NEARA is a non-profit organization dedicated to a better understanding of our historic and prehistoric past through the study and preservation of New England's stone sites in their cultural context. (Alternative archaeology) Great resource of recent alternative news in North America. See <http://neara.org/index.php/in-the-news>
New Grange - All kinds of info about this ancient site.
Stonepages - Stonehenge, stone circles, dolmens, ancient standing stones, cairns, barrows, hillforts and archaeology of megalithic Europe
Artist Corner ^top^
Tor Webster - The Rainbow Serpent Project
Astronomical information - times of sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moon phases, eclipses, etc - from the US Naval Observatory
Moonwise - Date conversions
The Morien Institute - Very interesting info on alternate views of the present historical paradigm. Strong on Astronomy.
Neave Planetarium - a fine on-line way to explore the stars.
Secret Worlds: The Universe Within - View the Milky Way at 10 million light years from the Earth. Then move through space towards the Earth in successive orders of magnitude until you reach a tall oak tree just outside the buildings of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida. A really neat site! (You wil need Java to use this site.)
Your Sky - It lists itself as "the planetarium of the web." You can see what is in the sky at any date and any time.
Wikisky.org - A detailed online star map. Quite detailed/ Useful for both naked eye astronomy and pictures of galaxies and nebulae.
Crop Circles ^top^
The Crop Circle Connector website. The bestest and most comprehensive and informative on crop formations.
Visit The Circle Makers website for further detail on the 'art' and 'artists' behind crop formations - a hoaxers' website!
Lucy Pringle's Crop Circle Homepage - Details on current research projects, information on crop circle related merchandise available, and a gallery of Lucy's award winning Crop Circle Photographs.
Divination & Readings ^top^
Sig Lonegren has been reading Tarot Cards for over thirty-five years. When you are in Glastonbury, be sure to make an appointment.
Whitestar Astrology - Loné offers private consultations based on your own individual horoscope with a deep personal analyses. Monthly forecasts published.
American Society of Dowsers (ASD) has a growing presence on the Internet. The ASD has information about the ASD, the ASD Bookstore (books and dowsing supplies), events, and a chat room. You can e-mail ASD at: ASD(at)dowsers(dot)org for further info.
British Society of Dowsers (BSD) is one of the older dowsing societies in the world started in the nineteen-thirties. In addition to many events and basic dowsing classes, they offer many forms of tuition including specialist areas of interest to MAG readers in Healing and the Earth Energies/Mysteries.
Marty Cain is an artist who builds labyrinths and sacred sites, dowses for water and geopathic stress in homes and businesses. She has been working with labyrinths for a long time, and has done a lot of work to popularize them - especially in New England, but now, more and more around the world. She offers numerous examples of the labyrinths she has built.
DOWSING - Looking at Scientific Evidence. Last updated in 2002, but its links to other dowsing related sites with special coverage of the scientific discussion of dowsing might prove useful.
Joey Korn has a good website called Tools for Empowerment . This Web site is dedicated to helping you to grow spiritually by exposing you to what Joey calls "tools for empowerment." There is all kinds of interesting material here, but the material on dowsing will be of interest to any geomancer.
Sig Lonegren is offering individualised sessions in dowsing at his home in Enkhouzen, The Netherlands. Learn the basics, or focus on more advanced aspects of this ancient art.
Hamish Miller - Master dowser's web site. His seminal explorations of the Michael and Mary lines in Britain reinvigorated Earth Energy dowsing in this country.
Divining Mind - Access your untapped potential using quality pendulums and divining rods. Links and information on alternative healing, water and mineral dowsing, spiritual work.
Sacred Britain Glenn Broughton and Steve Page contains different kinds of information about ancient sacred sites in the UK. They have done a marvellous job on dowsing and the crop circles, and have come up with original work. Keep an eye on these guys. They're doing good stuff!
Earth Energies ^top^
BSD Earth Energies Group -- Energetic earth energies dowsing group involved with lectures, workshops, outings and newsletters. Web Site not only covers EVENTS and LINKS, but has a FORUM for posting comments & questions and a NEWSLETTER Section that offers articles with dowsing expertise and information that can be downloaded into your own computer.
Earth Energy Network - Lists events devoted to Earth Healing, Geomancy, Earth Mysteries and Sacred Places. Advertising on this site is free, and they would be pleased to add any events.
Leylines and Dowsing - A Dutch website with many pages in English, Covers many of the topics covered here on Mid-Atlantic Geomancy (MAG).
Earth Mysteries ^top^
At the Edge is devoted to exploring new interpretations of past and place in archaeology, folklore and mythology. Includes a lot of archive material (about 1Mb of text and 500kb of images) from a previous magazine, Mercian Mysteries, which was founded in 1989 as an Earth Mysteries magazine for the (English) Midlands.
The British Mystery School of Avalon - The website of Nicholas Mann & Philippa Glasson devoted to the British Mystery Tradition as seen through the lens of the Isle of Avalon; especially its role in the coming planetary changes.
Earth Mysteries & Sacred Site Tours. Explore earth mysteries, ancient & sacred sites, geomancy, sacred geometry, earth energies, mythology, gods/goddesses, Arthurian legend (in England), history's mysteries, healing teachings, therapies & centers.
Gothic Image Tours of Ancient Britain. The sacred places of the British Isles have become symbols of the wisdom and power of ancient peoples and continue to have a profound effect on us today. Our exploration of the outer landscape gives us inner nourishment. As we drink water from the holy wells and feel the power of the stone circles, we commune with the Earth Spirit.
Mary Michael Pilgrims Way - This group is making a walking pilgrimage route across England, from Cornwall to Norfolk following Jon Michell's Michael Line and Hamish Miller and Paul Broadhurst's Michael and Mary Lines
Oak Dragon - School of Initiation into The Mystery Traditions. Community, deep-magic, organic ceremony and the creation of sacred space are all aspects of Oak Dragon's purpose - to be a place of education, and a place for us to learn both about our selves, and each other.
Northern Earth Online - The online side of the oldest earth mysteries magazine presently in publication - Northern Earth (1979). It features some of the excellent articles this magazine has published over the years.
Zodiac Tours - Explore the West Country with your guide Loné. Sacred landscape temples, stone-circles, megaliths, long-barrows, healing wells, etc , all individually planned.
Feng Shui ^top^
Feng Shui is Chinese geomancy - it literally means "wind and water". It is this sense of place that makes the landscape drawings of China in the last century so balanced and beautiful. If an architect in the United States has even heard the term "Geomancy," it has probably been in terms of feng-shui. Today feng shui is primarily secular geomancy.
Classical Feng Shui - T. Raphael Simons studied and practice purely traditional classical fengshui based on astrological and compass methods as well as dowsing. This site is about his work and his books.
Feng Shui Life - Vicki Sweetheart provides a range of Feng Shui and Healthy Home Consultation services to Homes and Businesses. Being based within easy reach of London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Kent, Surrey and Sussex and she is willing to travel all over the UK, Europe, USA and Asia.
Richard Feather Anderson - is a geomancer on the West Coast of the US who is well versed in both feng shui and European Geomancy.
European Geomancers ^top^
See the section on Professional Geomancers here in Mid-Atlantic Geomancy.
Arkhom - geomancy in New England.
Circles For Peace - Builders of the Burlington (Vermont) Earth Clock - a stone circle for peace on Burlington's waterfront.
Divining Systems - Design and implementation of human habitats in a numinous World. We provide beneficial solutions for homes and businesses by incorporating techniques from Permaculture, Geomancy, and Information Systems Design. Kiarna Boyd, Geomancer.Mother Earth's Soul - Madis Senner's website of sacred spaces in New York. For a quick take on how he dowses the Earth Energies, check out his short film on on YouTube on Earth Chakras.
Inner Grain of Sand - Website of Jon Appleton. This site brings together a kaleidoscope of ideas from 60 years of enquiry into amny disparate fields many of which have to do with geomancy. It is well worth a read.
Ros Briagha She is a Wiccan teacher and ceremonialist who is also adept at divination, and a builder of stone rings.
Land & Spirit - Richard Creightmore & Julie Rocka - Training and Consultations. Feng-shui and other geomancy-related courses.
Western Geomancy - Grahame Gardner's website. Here, you will find details about my dowsing and geomancy work, together with a mixed bag of articles, thoughts, ruminations and other belly rumblings connected with these esoteric subjects.
Vibrant Earth - Sara Greenwood offers a range of services to help clients improve their living environments through on site consultation or remote work. The site also outlines tutoring services she can offer to help people develop skills in dowsing.
Giulia Holland Associates - Clients leave Giulia feeling reassured that someone has listened to them. She also works with land and buildings; essentially it is similar, dialoguing with a person's body or the land — it is about their spirit, their history. She works with all ages including children and babies.
Dragon Lines - Patrick MacManaway's is A third generation practitioner of the psychic and healing arts,Patrick has over thirty years of field experience in assessing and remedying geopathic stress, and works internationally with domestic, commercial and agricultural clients. on both sides of the Atlantic. is a past President of the British Society of Dowsers, and is involved with Circles For Peace in the US.
The Magical World of Ivan McBeth - Master stone ring builder and geomancer, Ivan has constructed numerous stone rings and other sacred spaces on both sides of the Atlantic.
Geo Repairman - Shaun Kirwin speaks of the awareness of the Earth energies and the interaction and connection with the consciousness of the planet, which some call GAIA.
Susie Shaw- Creating Magical Spaces. The Western style of Geomancy incorporates feng shui, space clearing, working with earth energies and the design of sacred space to bring the invisible and visible worlds together, creating an environment that supports us on our journey.
Sig Lonegren - is a teacher of geomancy - both in sacred space and in secular space. He acts as a consultant on the location and construction of new sacred spaces, and does psychic house cleaning.
A New Look at an Old Design - Exploring geographic and geometric relationships along a line of ancient sites areond the world by Jim Alison. "The Great Pyramid is aligned with Easter Island and Machupicchu, along a straight line around the center of the Earth, within a margin of error of less than one tenth of one degree of latitude." This is a fascinating study of one great circle. There are some interesting geometrical ways of looking at this great circle that bring back those old familiar sacred geometrical numbers like 72 and 108 that John Michell was talking about back in the 1960's in his "View Over Atlantis." This is an interesting site.
The Energy Store - Australian geomancer Tim Strachan's web site. Some of the topics covered in this site: Energised Water Systems, Geomancy, Energy Surveys, EMF EMR Protection, Energy Body Work, Energy Consultancy, Colloidal Silver, Whole Environmental Solution,Dowsing, and Removing Phobias easily.
Henry Cornelius Agrippa, His Fourth BOOK of Occult Philosophy. Of GEOMANCY. " Henry Cornelius Agrippa, His Fourth BOOK of Occult Philosophy. Of GEOMANCY. Translated into English by Robert Turner. LONDON: Printed by J.C. for John Harrison, at the Lamb at the East-end of Pauls. 1655. "Geomancy is an Art of Divination, wherby the judgement may be rendred by lot, or destiny, to every question of every thing whatsoever, but the Art hereof consisteth especially in certain points where of certain figures are deducted according to the reason or rule of equality of inequality, likenesse or unlikenesse…"
Interaction of mass - research - Miroslav Provod of the Czech Republic has a fascinating website that covers much of the same topics covered here in MAG. This one will have a number of sections to catch your interest!
Sacred Sanoma - Sacred sites and alignments of Sanoma County, California. Beth Weingarner has been working on this material for years. I am pleased to see that she has finally gotten it on the web. Great pictures!
Teddy Francis - Dowsing Geomantic Stress and Giving Spiritual Healing. Dowsing, Healing, interesting articles
Tom Bender Sustainable Architecture, Strategic Planning, Building with the Breath of Life, feng shui Energetics of Place, A Society Worth Living For, and Sustainable Design. Tom takes geomancy into the world of architecture and community planning.
Unity Through DIversity - A wonderful new site here in Glastonbury seeking to bring together the various spiritual groups and factions in our town. I'd reccommend visitors to read this site first if they want to learn more about the Land of Avalon.
Avalon Connections - links to all things Avalonian (read: a directory of web sites in and around Glastonbury, UK)
Chalice Well - a very special sacred site in Glastonbury
Glastonbury Abbey - Home of the first above-ground purpose built Christian building in Europe.
Glastonbury Chronicles - Website of Tony Kennish, Glastonbury Dowser, researcher and author. He has dowsed extensively around Glastonbury, and his books (available from the Pilgrim Reception Centre) have useful and interesting information about his findings.
Pilgrim Reception Centre (PRC) -an organisation supportive of all faiths and beliefs where seekers (rather than tourists) can find information about spiritual aspects of Glastonbury and support on their path.
Glastonbury Online - Your Guide to Glastonbury from history to travel information and B&Bs.
Glastonbury Tor - a site dediacted to this most amazing hill that dominates the Somerset Levels.
Glastonbury Web Cam - See the Bottom of the High Street in fabulous downtown Glastonbury. More to come soon.
The Isle of Avalon If you want great info on mystical and alternative Glastonbury, this is the best overall site to go to.
Mystical Glastonbury - Another good site with information about Glastonbury.
SunnyBank Centre - Sig & Karin Lonegren's centre for Spiritual Seekers.
Tor's Tours of the Tor - Tor Webster leads wonderful and informative journies around Glastonbury, and can set them up to meet your individual or group needs.
The Covenant of the Goddess is an international organization of cooperating, autonomous Wiccan congregations and solitary practitioners.æ Here, you'll find information about the COG organization and activities, as well as the religious beliefs and practices which comprise Wicca.
Glastonbury Goddess Temple - Home of the first officially recognized Goddess Temple in Europe for well over one-thousand years.
Energy Soma - Over the years, Karin Schlüter Lonegren has developed unique ways of bringing the body into its authentic alignment. She works holistically on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels using techniques from her training as a massage therapist and holistic healer. People who come to her find significant pain relief as their muscles and joints are realigned to their normal range of movement.
Sacred Geometry and Energy Medicine - Elaine Grohman, healer/intuitive/ educator, teaches "Healing from the 4th Dimension - Sacred Geometry and Energy Medicine". This modality employs Sacred Geometry to heighten awareness and the healing process.
Website of David Furlong - All kinds of interestging material from dowsing and sacred sites to sacred geometry and courses he teaches.
Lonegren,SIg. 2003. Building Labyrinths. Two links to a video made by my friend Michael Shaffer: Part 1, Part 2.
Awakenings are moments of clarity in which new insights or understandings are gained. With this new awareness the experience of life is seen differently, and new possibilities are opened. This site uses labyrinths in theraputic work. Lots of interesting material in addition to a very good labyrinth section.
Begehbare Labyrinthe - This site is in German, but it is a good list of newly constructed labyrinths with photos in Germany.
British Turf Labyrinths - A good number of the older turf labyrinths on the British Isles.
Labyrinthos - Caerdroia, the primary British Labyrinth publication Edited by labyrinth expert, Jeff Saward, has a new web site.
Doolhof & Labyrinth - Mazes and Labyrinths in the Netherlands. In Dutch, but a good guide to labyrinths in the Netherlands. Needs some updating.
Earth Symbols is a company, run by Labyrinth Society Member Alex Champion, that creates sacred space in the form of small or large walkable earthworks based on the archetypal patterns of nature, that are also spiritual symbols and unique interactive gardens. These earthworks are labyrinths, mazes and other other complex geometric symbols, which are based on the first or archetypal patterns of Nature.
The Indiana Labyrinth Coalition (ILC) coordinates labyrinth-related activities in and around Indiana. Site has a list of labyrinths in Indiana, and a"Directory of Labyrinth Directories" with links to all other known directories on the internet.
Labyrinth - is a really interesting site about these magical single path tools.
Labyrinth Guild of New England - In the Boston area - they run wonderful gatherings and tours to labyrinths in Europe.
The Labyrinth and Inner Peace - This interactive website allows the walker to experience a unique online meditation with either the Cretan or the Chartres labyrinths, offers a little history and labyrinth usage tips. Put in a favorite relaxing CD and enjoy!
Labyrinth Ireland - Tony Christie's website dedicated to raising the awareness and use of labyrinths, in Ireland and worldwide, as a tool for personal and spiritual growth.
The Labyrinth Resource Group - In Sante Fe, New Mexico. Good info on teaching about labyrinths in schools.
The Labyrinth Society - is set up to support all those who create, maintain, and use labyrinths and to serve the global community by providing education, networking, and opportunities to experience transformation. This is a good organization to join. Good people doing good work.
Lighthouse Trails Research Project - How those who are opposed to individual spiritual connection techniques see labyrinths. Very sad. }:-(
Marty Cain is an artist who builds labyrinths and sacred sites, dowses for water and geopathic stress in homes and businesses. She has been working with labyrinths for a long time, and has done a lot of work to popularize them - especially in New England, but now, more and more around the world. She offers numerous examples of the labyrinths she has built
Mystery Labyrinth - Erwin Reißmann's delightful website in both German and English. It is essentially experiential, and well worth the visit! Different from most other sites dedicated to labyrinths. There are some weird adverts at the beginnng, but persevere! It be worth it.
PAXworks - Offers an extensive photo gallery of labyrinths, listsbooks and CDs,pages of information and articles on labyrinths and other tools of prayer. PAXworks sells customized portable and outdoor walking labyrinths, and offers high-qualitywooden finger labyrinths and other products.
Pilgrim Paths - Resources for the Journey - As far as I gnow, the best source here in the U.K for wooden finger labyrinths - both Classical Seven Circuits and Chartres Type.
Relax-4-Life -- Neal Harris. Unique single and two-person wood finger labyrinths and other labyrinth products as well as two portable walking labyrinths for rent/sale. Information on Illinois first permanent, public outdoor walking labyrinth.
StoneCircle is an interior design and consulting firm that specializes in designing environments that support health and well-being. Some of our innovative designs include labyrinth walks and meditation rooms. We invite you to learn more about these and other design innovations on our site. You will need to have the ShockWave Flash plug-in to go through their labyrinths. You can download it on their site if you need it. Their walks through both a Classical Seven Circuit and the Chartres type are pretty neat!
Veriditas - Lauren Artress is a Dean of the Grace (Episcopal) Cathedral in San Francisco. She has been one of the major people to bring labyrinth awareness to CHristian America.
Weblabyrint - Kitty Hendriks' website (in Dutch) of labyrinths and coaching,This link is specifically to her section on labyrinths in the Netherlands - and others. Do visit it if you want to find labyrinths in the Netherlands.
World Wide Labyrinth Locator - A listing of the locations of labyrinths all over the world. Find out where there are labyrinths near you. A joint project of The Labyrinth Society and Veriditas.
Adrian Fisher is a builder of impressive public mazes - multiple pathed left-brain puzzles. He builds mazes on both sides of the Atlantic, and thus has a well-deserved international reputation. Mazes are not particularly related to geomancy, but they are interesting relatives of labyrinths.
Longleat Hedge Maze - Really hokey website, but one of the longest hedge mazes in Britain. If you are into them, don't miss it!
Sacred Geometry & Number ^top^
Carl Munck- Code of the Ancients - Interesting take on sacred geometry and a long list of related links.
Constructing the Universe - Michael Schneider's newly revised website chocked full if info and events. Michael is an educator who offers consultation, lectures and customized workshops concerning the wisdom of nature's geometric design language for artists, architectural firms, design groups, educators and students of timeless wisdom. This one is worth visiting!
E a r t h / m a t r i X - Science in Ancient Artwork and Science Today. The Geometry of Ancient Sites by Charles William Johnson. Based on the work of Carl P. Munck, this is sacred geometry on the Earth based on the location of certain ancient sacred sites, the pyramids. Worth a look.
Epoch Times - Golden Ration Discovered in the Quantum World.
The Fibonnacci Suite in it's All Beauty - A wonderful short film on phi including an explanation of Fermat spiral (found in the sunflower among other places).
Fibonacci Numbers & the Golden Section - This is one of the best pages on these topics I've seen. Entertainingly thorough. Highly recommended.
The Golden Proportion - A very interesting site based on phi - lots of examples, and an expensive tool made to find phi ratios in pictures. Based on the work of a dentist, Eddy Levin.
Golden Ratio Calculator - Using the Golden Ratio in design work.
Jonathan Quintin Sacred Geometry For You - for a wonderful animated illustration of phi, check out: <http://www.geomancy.org/index.php/resources/links>, and go to <The Golden Key>.
History of Measures - by Livio C. Stecchini. Great articles about the derivations and relationships between various ancient measurement systems.
Washington DC and the Great Pyramid - The Washington DC monumental core is shown to be analogous to the crfoss-section of the Great Pyramid.
Platonic Solids - Manipulate these forms in apparent three dimensions!
The Prehistoric Alignment of World Wonders (A new look at an old design). Jim Allison's websit with great circles galore. He has an interesting way to create a heptagram - a seven pointed star - (supposedly impossible to construct an exact one) by using the Great Pyramid. He claims that it is accurate to four decimal places!
Prime Pages - Everything you ever wanted to know about prime numbers - and more!
Sacred Geometry and Energy Medicine - Elaine Grohman, healer/intuitive/ educator, teaches "Healing from the 4th Dimension - Sacred Geometry and Energy Medicine". This modality employs Sacred Geometry to heighten awareness and the healing process.
Sacred Landscape - Catherine Yronwode is involved in many different aspects of sacred geometry and ancient sites.
Symbols and Their Meaning - A Christian website set up to "warn others, especially Christian children who intentionally wear and display them because they are popular." Less than objective, but still interesting.
What's Special About This Number? - A wide-ranging exploration of numbers. A mathematical treat!
Sacred Spaces ^top^
Sacred Spaces in the Netherlands - A short video of a talk on Sig gave at the Megalithomania Conference in Glastonbury in 2012.
Cahokia Mounds - The remains of the most sophisticated prehistoric Indian civilization north of Mexico are preserved at Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site. It is very sad that it doesn't have pictures in color. It is a spectacular site.
Chalice Well & Gardens, Glastonbury, England. One of the most beautiful sacred spaces I know of. Very good website.
Circles for Peace - A Vermont, USA grassroots non-profit organization that is based on the philosophy that inner peace/inner strength can be restored by the simple witness of the rhythms of nature. Their first project is The Burlington Earth Clock. It is a permanent educational art installation dedicated to Peace.
Columcille Megalith Park and Celtic Art Center A playground of myth and mystery located in the Appalachian Mountains in eastern Pennsylvania, USA. Rooted in Celtic spirituality, Columcille is inspired by the Isle of Iona off the coast of Scotland. Many new sacred structures.
Dolmens in the Netherlands - Hunebbedden Wijzer gives the locations of all the Hunenbedden (Gaints Beds/Dolmens) of North Eastern Holland. If these are of any interest to you bookmark this site now. Nothing like 'em in the UK! (Or are they a different style of Long Barrow? They date between 4,000 and 3,000 BCE.)
Earth Sanctuary dedicated to healing nature and the human spirit,is a forested nature reserve and meditation parkland north of Seattle, WA.Its outdoor 3-circuit labyrinth is located on ley lines,has crystals buried underground, andhas aspectacular setting on a small penisula extending into a woodland pond. Facilities are available for retreats.
Georgia Guide Stones - The gargantuan, six-piece monument stands 19-ft. high in the beautiful hill country eight miles north of Elberton and proclaims a message for the conservation of mankind.
Knowth.com - The chambered cainrs of Ireland. Good pictures and other information about these wonderful sacred sites.
Lost Cities Adventure - A wonderful way to visit Peru's ancient sites! You need Quicktime to see these spectacular 360 degree panoramas, but wow! This one is real eye candy!
The Megalithic Map Andy Burnaham and Aubry Burl's site for finding any stone circle in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales. A very good resource. Bookmark this one.
Powerful Places Blog and Newsletter - Your guide to transformational travel to powerful places and sacred sites. Elyn Aviva and Gary White, have started an interesting site on sacred places they have visited around the world, with some really fantstic pictures, and a great blog. Try it, you'll like it.
The Prehistory Zone Andy Burnham's site including Megalithic Mysteries and the Megalith Map
Sacred Sites International Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1990 to preserve natural and built sacred sites, their surrounding environments and traditional cultures.
Stone Pages Stone circles, dolmens, standing stones, cairns, barrows and hillforts: A comprehensive online guide to European megaliths and other archaeological sites - France, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Italy.
Technopathic Stress ^top^
Tools For Measuring Sick Buildings, Test for Air, Light, Sound, and Electromagnetic Fields. While these companies make tools relevant to the fields mentioned above, we make no claims as the efficacy of any specific product.
In The USA
Canada Mortgage & Housing - Search for Air Quality information
LessEMF.com - Electromagnetic Fields: Power Frequency Meters
In the UK
EMFields - All kinds of EM gurading products including the best screening product I've seen to date, their new bloc-sock
Geobiology: Understanding Geopathic & Electromagnetic Stress - Geo-bioloist & professional Dowser, Roy G. Riggs B Sc., Geopathic & Electromagnetic Energy Surveyor.
Grahame's Guide to Technopathic Stress - Grahame Gardner is President of the British Society of Dowsers and a practicing Geomancer. Good Stuff!
Natural Alternative Products - Allkinds of gear and info on geopathic stress.
The Perspective Group - Specialists in alpha, beta, gamma, x-ray, contamination, ELF, VLF, RF, microwave, electric field, magnetic field, radiation, monitors, meters, alarms.
Powerwatch - An independent organisation with a central role in the UK Electromagnetic Field and Microwave Radiation health debate.
Tetrawatch - Research and comment on airwave police tetra system in the uk.
Waveshield - Radiation reduction cell phone accessories and cellular phone headsets. Articles on technopathic stress.
Other ^top^Azure Green; Celebrating all Paths to the Divine - If the High Street has a number of Supply Stores for Pilgrims, Azure Green is one of the largest online and mail order Wiccan, Pagan, and New Age stores in the world. Whenever possible, they get our supplies from small and local craftsmen and women, who are able to provide us with hand-crafted and high quality items for a range of different traditions such as Witchcraft, Wicca, Shamanism, Santeria, Asatru, Druidism, Voodoo and many other forms of Paganism and spirituality. I got my "Dyslexics are Teople Poo" T-shirt here.
Fellowships of the Spirit - Spiritualist Seminary in Lily Dale, New York (south of Buffalo).
Handfasting in Maes Howe Neolithic Chamber in the Orkney Islands north of Scotland.
Maps - of the Ancient World. A fine resource.
OBOD (Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids) a British Druidic order. Lots of relevant material and a good links page.
Art Through the Eyes of the Soul Oracle - by artist Cheryl Yambrach Rose. This is available both as a deck of cards (go to link), Or go to iTunes , and download the App. A very beautiful and thoughtfil oracle.
The Elders - An independent group of eminent global leaders, brought together by Nelson Mandela, who offer their collective influence and experience to support peace building, help address major causes of human suffering and promote the shared interests of humanity.
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