It was so heartening to see how the locals and even others, up and down country, pulled together in unison to help us overcome everything the Death Eaters threw at us, a year ago. There being no loyalty among thieves and dissemblers, it is the one thing they wouldn’t have bargained for.
I’d like to invite you to a shamanic ceremony on Saturday 4th April, which follows on from our previous one, on the Winter Solstice. This ceremony of ‘feeding the dog’ is as traditional to the people of Somerset as wassailing, and probably just as old.
I explain the mythos that the ceremony is based on in my last blog, A Faery Tale for Imbolc, which is an allegory for the quarter of the Glastonbury Temple of the Stars that we’re currently in, the journey around the moat of the Faery Child (or Hare) in the Faery Boat until he reaches the Havens on the first full moon after the Spring Equinox. Read more
Below is some required reading for those that believe the war against humanity is just a conspiracy theory.
Please read on to see how these extracts from official documents, from such overarching and influential world bodies as the United Nations, the International Panel for Climate Change, Oxford University, Greenpeace and the Club of Rome, show how they planned to lie about climate change. If ever there was a conspiracy, it’s not in the ‘paranoid fears of the tin hat brigade’ but right here, spelled out in their documents, in black and white. Read more
If you’re still struggling to get a handle on the vastness of the conspiracy against humanity, both in terms of time and space, and wondering how this network has managed to hold together so well, this pyramid may help to explain how it works. Read more
Regular readers might like to see these photos and video of our Winter Solstice ceremony to celebrate the Birth of the Radiant Child on 21st December 2014, especially as I published several posts about it in the run up, like this one: The Mysteries of Britain, the Matter of Sovereignty and the Glastonbury Declaration. Read more
This is the final version of The Glastonbury Declaration, which I was guided to write from my work with the spirits of the Land, and which we read out at the Winter Solstice of 2014. (For background reading to clarify some of the references in the declaration – mythological, geomantic and cosmological – please read The Mysteries of Britain, the Matter of Sovereignty and the Glastonbury Declaration.) Read more
The term claiming one’s Sovereignty has become quite fashionable in recent years, since it was taken up by the Freeman on the Land people. In the mouths of such political activists, it has become a sort of buzz term, a comfort blanket or flag for them all to nestle under in the hope that this magic word will make the bogeyman go away. But whether or not it will stop the worst excesses of the New World Order is yet to be shown. I’m doubtful, because I believe that the concept of Sovereignty has been misunderstood. Read more
This article will you the background to a very special ceremony we held here in Glastonbury, Somerset, on Sunday 21st December, the Winter Solstice. But first of all, I will need to explain to you what it’s all about, and the shamanic work of which it is the fruit. Read more
We’ve been having a bit of discussion about whether Glastonbury is meant to be the location for the New Jerusalem. Most of those who think it should be might benefit from reading this article and gaining another perpective on the issue.
So let’s start from the beginning …. Read more
by Ishtar Babilu Dingir
“Those who savour Paramahansa Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi will relish Ishtar’s Lord of the Dance.”
I was immensely chuffed when Maurice LeCroy wrote the above in an Amazon review. I still think he was being kind! However, that his heart responded in a similar way to someone reading Autobiography for the first time, as I did in my twenties, is a wonder to me!
Ironically, if it hadn’t been for Paramahansa’s book, I almost certainly wouldn’t have been in India in the late Nineties on the search for True Love and would never have gotten to write a book about it. Read more
This is Chapter 7, from my new book The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar: Shamanic sexual healing and sex magic. It’s the part in which I explain where stories about Babylon and the goddess Ishtar fit into the culture of sex magic that, as I show elsewhere in the book, was practised across the whole of the civilised world during Neolithic times. Read more
I’m so pleased to announce that we’re launching my new book today, The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar: Shamanic sexual healing and sex magic. I thought you might like this article on what the book’s about and some links to where it’s on sale. Read more
Why Sex Now?
People have been asking why, why now – in these dangerous and seemingly chaotic times, am I writing about shamanic sex magic? I will answer that. It’s no dalliance or distraction. I believe it’s key to our survival as a human species. Read more
The Somerset town of Glastonbury has, quite rightly, a very high reputation the world over for being a thriving and vibrant spiritual centre, where many conferences, workshops and ceremonies take place to honour and celebrate the spirit of humanity and its fundamental unity of purpose which is beyond religious or dogmatic faiths. Read more
How grace You fair the Summerlands,
When the Wheel revolves to Your command.
With tumbling tendrils of Your blooming hair,
Your perfumed breath woven into June’s air,
And soft, downy roses of Your cheeks pink,
Under apples honeying for ambered drink,
The moss-sweet meadows bubbling with springs,
Young cranes soar overhead with Your wings.
I’m very pleased to let everyone know about the latest Glastonbury Chronicle – #3 – which we published last night. This one is mainly about the Bardic tradition, and its revival in Glastonbury as I recount my experience of the recent Gorsedh Ynys Witrin competition to find this year’s Chaired Bard.