Travel to Sacred Sites of the Middle Ages
Shamanic Travel | ENGLAND RETREAT | June 20-28, 2016
Come away with me to the sacred sites of Avalon…
Glastonbury | Avebury | Stonehenge ~ $3330.00 ~ 9 days all lodging
This journey will take you through many times and dimensions. The group healing ceremonies on sacred sites are a once in a lifetime experience that can help you get in touch with help from the other side. You may get in touch with parts of yourself that you’ve never experienced and realms of consciousness that are easier to access with a shaman and in sacred land.
The journey will be rich, emotionally healing and visceral. The energy currents in sacred sites are felt by everyone who visits them, whether or not they are metaphysical. In sacred ceremonies with Shaman Isabella, years of trauma can be healed, karma can be rectified and helpful spirit guides can be invoked.
Take the journey of a lifetime and see what magic awaits you…
Read on for more about
* Glastonbury’s Mysterious Multidimensional History *
During the middle ages, Glastonbury Abbey was possibly as important as Rome. The Abbey which spans three hills compares in size to Westminster Abbey. It was once the greatest monastic foundation in all of England. During this time, the monks are said to have made a remarkable discovery of King Arthur’s grave. Glastonbury is on what is considered ley lines, a strong energy vortex similar to Sedona Arizona. People report feeling a strong energy at these places and history seems to follow suit.
During our spiritual journey to these sacred sites you will connect to these ley lines and spiritual vortexes. I will guide you on inner journeys that will enhance your vibration so you can tune into the ancient energy. We will hold ceremony on the land that will bring a remembrance of a time long ago. One of the exercises will be tapping into past lives and clear anything that no longer serves you.
The Arthurian Legend
Different writers have slight variations of Arthur’s story but he is believed to be a late fifth century/early sixth century general who defended Britain against invaders. Arthur was a great inspiration to the people and legends remain that he will one day return to protect Britain. King Arthur, is thought to have been buried Glastonbury Tor, one of three hills the Glastonbury Abbey spans.
This hill is now surrounded by meadows but it is said that it was once practically an island. History says that monks uncovered the grave of Arthur at the Tor in 1191. In 1963, it was confirmed that the monks had indeed excavated and found a grave but unfortunately, King Henry the VIII had destroyed the bones, the tomb and killed the monks. Two sets of bones were recorded to be found in King Arthur’s tomb and they assumed the second set were of Guinevere. Before the The Glastonbury Abbey was established, the center was a celtic center for religion and the Tor guarded a gateway to another world. When the Abbey was build, another church stood there. It is said that Jesus had dedicated the church to Mary.
The Legendary Avalon
Glastonbury means Glass Isle and was another name for The Isle of Avalon. They believe that this is the location of Avalon because it was marshland. There is substantial evidence that is where the legendary king was buried because Avalon means “apples” in Welsh. One writer claims King Arthur was carried away after being injured in battle to heal at the “island of apples” or Ynys Avallach. Avalon is known to be the old world religion center. The Celtic priestesses here were known to be able to shapeshift into animals, see the future and do miraculous healings.
The Chalice Well
The Chalice Well water flows red and is considered to bleed the blood of Christ. According to history, it is buried over the holy grail. Legend has it that Jesus Christ’s uncle, Joseph of Arimathea, collected blood of Jesus Christ during the crucifixion in a chalice and buried it in Glastonbury. People now drink the healing water and there have been many stories of miraculous healing here.
Beneath the Tintagel Castle is a cave considered to be Merlin’s cave. As legend has it, Merlin plucked Arthur out of the waves as an infant. The area is said to be the birthplace of Arthur and it sits high on a cliff of jagged rocks, making an attack nearly impossible. Roman and Celtic warriors were said to hide out here in camps. Ships couldn’t come ashore and the cliffs are not easy to scale. The Earl of Cornwall erected the castle on the location in the 1200’s. It’s certainly a land of medieval enchantment rich in history. This was the land of Camelot, the grounds of knights and maidens, the Medieval energies are palpable.