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The Sun And The Serpent
The Sun And The Serpent by Paul Broadhurst & Hamish Miller
A journey of discovery through the British Landscape, its mythology, ancient sites and mysteries.
In the late 1980's two researchers into ancient mysteries began a remarkable journey of discovery across southern Britain. Their quest began at St Michael's Mount and led them to Glastonbury, Avebury and the east coast, and included a number of ancient sites, some famous and many that had almost been forgotten.
Their discoveries as they travelled along the St Michael line, a countrywide alignment of sites dedicated to St Michael, have profound implications for our understanding of why these places have been so important in previous ages and why so many people are drawn to visit them today.
This account of their adventures and discoveries, written by researcher and photographer Paul Brooadhurst, details their quest for rediscovery of the forces of Nature that create the 'spirit of the place' With maps and plans by dowser Hamish Miller, their account provokes a realisation that in former times, the Earth was understood to be a living being whose powers were considered sacred.
This book has been signed by Paul Broadhurst.
THE SUN AND THE SERPENT is one of the strangest, most stirring books I have ever read and it may prove, through its implications to be one of the most important. For if the authors are correct in what they affirm, they have uncovered in the British landscape the most remarkable of ancient secrets.
Size: 17cm x 24.5cm x 1.5cm 9approx)