by guest blogger, Betty J. Moore
On May 9, I boarded a plane with Michael and launched off to one of the grandest and most magical adventures of a lifetime. 9½ hours later, we touched down at Heathrow Airport in London and hit the ground running. This trip was about visiting and exploring as many stone circles as we could possibly manage in a 10-day span of time and to do as much healing as possible. Since Michael hasn’t quite evolved his physical teleporting skills, as yet, he drove us pretty much from here to Kingdom Come and back in a car—up through the gorgeous landscapes of Wales and back down through England and from shore to shore through beautiful and bountiful
|After healing at Avebury Stone Circle|
And all this driving was on what I call the “wrong” side of the road on ridiculously narrow pathways flanked so closely by stone walls and tight tall hedges, with some thoroughfares being so skinny that only one tiny car could pass through at a time—yikes!! To add to the fun, 3 good friends from Austria—Barbara Jakesz, Matthias Jakesz, and Barbara Kaindl joined us—a very special meeting for me!
|My new home near Stanton Drew|
|Conwy Castle and Bay|
|Lle'r Neuaddau Circle in Wales|
In one of Michael’s previous postings, he so aptly describes some of the history and meanings of these stone circles, as well as how the energy works within them. Briefly, I can say that I know they are “hot spots” that were sought out by ancient beings approximately 3500 to 6000 years ago and were marked by placing stones around them—some stones so massive and transported from such great distances that it will forever be a mystery as to how it was accomplished. On this trip, we visited 15 different circles and returned again to 5 of these, making 20 different healing experiences for me.
|Down Tor Circle on the Dartmoor in England|
|Some friends near Moel-Ty-Uchaf|
The circles we visited included Avebury, Rollright Stones, Llanrwst, Moel-Ty-Uchef, Hirnant, Lle’r Neuaddau, Stanton Drew, Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Rempstone, Fernworthy, and Down Tor. Several were tucked away in very remote areas. Hiking up through farmlands and landscapes, the energy was remarkably ancient and enchanting. And so closely interacting with the animals out there was magical for me!
|Pony near Down Tor Circle|
|In the flow of peaceful power at the center of Stonehenge|
It may sound cliché, but after this experience, I have to say that I will never be quite the same again. I will be forever grateful for an amazing experience of massive healing, growth, and development. Making this trip has been a huge stretch in so many ways. Thank you, Michael! Wahoooo!!