Tag Archives: Glastonbury Abbey

History and Myth Podcast Interview

Tweet It was great to have been talking to Amanda Bradley of Mystic Waldorf in New Zealand about my new book during the time of the full moon and eclipse. It’s inevitable in doing this round of promo interviews that … Continue reading

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Rune Soup Book Launch

Tweet   My latest book was undoubtedly kick-started by my previous appearance on Rune Soup in Dec 2019. Very satisfying to effectively launch it from there now. Talked with Gordon yesterday, the 15th, 6 months on from the anniv of … Continue reading

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St George and Glastonbury

Tweet     St George is the patron saint of England. He is known primarily for slaying a dragon with a spear and most versions of any story of his life one is likely to read will tell how he … Continue reading

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Richard Whiting: Last Abbot of Glastonbury Abbey.

Tweet RICHARD WHITING: LAST ABBOT OF GLASTONBURY ABBEY.       November 15th is generally held to be the date on which the greatest trauma in Glastonbury’s recorded history occurred. I gather that new research is suggesting that Richard Whiting, … Continue reading

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A Glastonbury Abbey Dream

Tweet A GLASTONBURY ABBEY DREAM               I have created a 10 minute video that combines images drawn from Glastonbury’s history and mythology with the music of Thomas Tallis. The snow photos were taken by … Continue reading

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British Music: the Personality of Landscape.

Tweet     BRITISH MUSIC: THE PERSONALITY OF LANDSCAPE         My fundamental approach to Glastonbury is clearly outlined in this post. It is the entire introductory chapter to my first book Mysterium Artorius, embellished by photos, images, and … Continue reading

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