Solstice of the Moon: Circle of Peace

Day 2: 1st Circle

France & Vincent

Our first stop next day was a place where mysterious stones, a Celtic saint and a link to one of the best-known legends of the British Isles all come together in a village churchyard. It took a bit of finding, but at least the weather was a little less vicious than the day before. We were still going to undergo the ritual cleansing of the rain-gods though. We had no idea what we were about to see. We could have done a bit of research and snooping, but I, for one, was enjoying this mystery tour and was happy to go where we were led, enjoying the surprise of revelation.

Walking into the neat and well-kept graveyard of Midmar Church, I glimpsed a suspicious looking standing stone around the back and wondered if it was an outlier of a stone circle. We tried the door of the little church, but…

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Intermittent posting of random touchstones, memories and events. This wasn't meant to be what it would become... But then, is it ever?
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3 Responses to Solstice of the Moon: Circle of Peace

  1. Sue Vincent says:

    Thanks, H 🙂 x

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