Holey Bones and Stones

4th November, 2016 Miscellaneous

I’d like to share with you a truly magical experience I had in Ireland. After our Belfast workshop (thank you to everyone who was so willing to transform. You were all amazing!), Gillian took me to see the Giant’s Causeway. Something I’d always wanted to do. To be honest, it was a bit of a disappointment. Geologically stunning. But energetically dormant. So would you be with so many people clambering over your bones. Halloween was half term in Ireland so it was heaving with people. It was a grey day and the sleeping Giant looked more than a little sad:

sad-giant

giants-causewayufoThe biggest excitement was when a UFO dropped in:

 

But only my camera lens spotted it.

 

So then it was off to Doagh. No, not Dog, Doak, although Deputy Dawg did point the way:

 

Julie and her husband had invited us to drop in on our way back from the Causeway and thankfully were waiting for us or we’d never have found it. The climb was a bit of a challenge to say the least. But so worth it!

the-mound

The mound as we arrived. The stone is hidden behind the gorse so I borrowed a pic for you off www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=6333462. Source of all things wonderfully megalithic.

the-mounds-back-side

The mound’s back side, cleared of it’s protective gorse covering.

capturing-sunsetting

That’s Gillian trying to capture the setting sun through the hole. That UFOs back too.

through-the-hole

And here she is on the other side.

 

A few more pics of that magical portal. Enter if you dare. It’s well worth it:

 

The sun was setting as we left. Which seemed fitting. Such a place of profound peace. Best left to the spirits of the ancestors for the night.

 

A few more pics of that magical portal. Enter if you dare. It’s well worth it:

 

 

 

sunset

The sun was setting as we left. Which seemed fitting. Such a place of profound peace. Best left to the spirits of the ancestors for the night.

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