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Archaeology, folklore & myth of Britain's pre-christian sites & heritage: stone circles, holy wells, maypoles, tombs, archaic cosmologies and human consciousness. Everyone welcome - even Southerners!

    greetings from Lancashire


    Join date : 2012-06-27

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    Post  gillkav on Wed Jun 27, 2012 7:43 am

    Hi All
    I am new to this forum and looking forward to finding out more about the land upon which I live and work and the ancient feet that walked upon it.

    Currently I live in a small rural village on the West Pennines about 5 miles from Chorley. I am a practising Druid, aye we do exist and no I dont wear a wimpol, us druids are pretty ordinary to look at! and a dowser and quite often work with earth energies, water, ley lines. Had an interesting experience dowsing at Brockholes nature reserve , a large group of us worked to help clear the problems they were experiencing.

    looking forward to tramping over the moors to find more hidden artefacts sunny Gill

    Join date : 2010-11-01
    Age : 70
    Location : CLITHEROE

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    Post  lowergate on Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:36 am

    Hi & welcome,

    Are those banks and ditches on the north bank of the Ribble at the foot of Brockholes Brow man-made or natural features ? They always catch my eye and make me wonder each time I pass.

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