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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!

    Lowergate would have been 64 today


    Join date : 2011-05-29
    Location : Earby used to be in Yorkshire

    Lowergate would have been 64 today Empty Lowergate would have been 64 today

    Post  QDanT Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:44 am

    some of Johns' Writing :-

    Lepus light-foot
    Gift of re-birth
    Bring us your stories
    Your dance of the earth
    Tales of magick
    Of shape-shifting charm
    Of wisdom, clear sight
    That keeps us from harm
    On this clear winter’s night

    When I lived in Barnoldswick I would climb Weets hill on a clear February winter evening, my path lit by the soft green to orange setting sun and a waning moon, to search the southern sky for Luna Moonhare.

    With the waning of the moon in mid January & February look out for Lepus the Lunar Hare in the southern sky scampering under the feet of the giant Orion as he faces the charge of the bull Taurus with his hound Laelaps rearing up behind.
    Lowergate would have been 64 today JohnDixon28x6

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