027 - The Belinus Line

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027 - The Belinus Line

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This one might be of interest to Rory and other earth energy dowers...
Gary Biltcliffe talks to our 2010 Conference about his 15+ years research into the long-distance alignment that is the Belinus Line, which runs from the Isle of Wight right up to Inverhope in Scotland.
Gary's book, 'The Spine of Albion' is due to be published later this year.

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Re: 027 - The Belinus Line

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Graham,

This is the first podcast I have listened to, I just wanted to say thanks was great listening. Am looking foward to visiting some more significant sites.
The universe is a soul, trying to understand itself.... We each have the power to look inward at its immense beauty....

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Gary Biltcliffe wrote:"There's more evidence here [Carlisle] for King Arthur here than there is in Glastonbury or Wales"
As an Arthurian document date, 1150 is nothing special - the Historia Brittonum predates that by 300 years and was written for a king of Gwynedd in North Wales called Merfyn Frych. It contains the list of twelve battles fought and won by Arthur, most of which can't be definitively identified today (although many have tried). The Historia Brittonum was one of the sources used by Geoffrey of Monmouth when he came to write his famous Historia Regum Britaniae.

The idea of a stellar deity called Arthur is an interesting one and central to The Secret Land written by our forthcoming Conference speaker, Paul Broadhurst (book is available from the BSD shop) co-authored with Robin Heath.

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