Avebury Stone Circel
I organised a healing day to Avebury where my Archangelic guides gave me the agenda. We started as a circle in the centre of Avebury (which was completely filled with beings of light) where we all became one stone together, and as a stone we were able to focus the energy down into the Earth from the outer universe. As conduits we absorbed the energy from above and the energy from below, and we were filled up with love. After a while we went over to stand in two places on the other side, going through the gateway that some people refer to as the male and female stones. As soon as you walk through there you have left behind the heaviness of the modern world and are in a place where it is easier than ever to see all the dimensions present. We divided and stood in two groups talking among ourselves. My conversation about what I needed to leave behind to be stronger and more whole changed the energy of the ground beneath our feet. We felt the change as the living Earth listened and responded to the energy of me leaving behind old stuff and moving forward. We were aware that we were opening a couple of long conduits down into the Earth where we were standing, and what we were saying speeded up the process. It was wonderful to us to interact with a living planet, and it’s the first time I’ve felt her energy respond in quite that way.
On the way to lunch we stopped and visited some of the stones we were passing. One friend spotted the stone that was a map of her home country, down to the dimples where her birthplace and adult home had been before leaving as a refugee. It was a very caring stone, and also a shape-shifter that showed people what they needed for healing. It offered love and a hug. I found the one that is a portal to the outer universe and stepped out into the stars, and then had to come back, reluctantly. It’s so beautiful out there, and it felt like home to me. Others connected to stones that had something to offer them.
Then after lunch we had the main event where we walked to the end of the processional way. In the last three or four years I had noticed that above Avebury was contained in a bubble above and below ground. I didn’t know why it was there. Our job on Friday was to walk back down the processional way as druids and through a door into another parallel dimension. Once we had entered that door we would be working with the whole circle and not just one area of it. Dividing again into two parties we walked the boundaries to meet at the far side as the walls of the bubble rolled up behind us and light spilled out. From that point on the whole area was overwhelmingly happy. Then we were done and ready for a cup of tea and the gift shop.
I am not a druid, but we were doing druid activities all day, and I could see who among us was wearing their past-life white robes while striding along, especially going back to the circle. Thousands of years ago the druids were the link between the dimensions and became part of the energetic transfer and connection from the Earth to the Universe and vice versa, and by doing that pulled this energy through the entire human race as their representatives. We effectively became mini-stones and helped amplify the energy and assist the stones doing what they want to do. It helps humanity to fill up with the love of Mother below (Earth) and Mother above (Universe). This day re-awakened an old forgotten pattern for us all. Druids were the gardeners of the stones, and they used to stand in the circle humming, which the stones loved. Asking the stones what that was like for them I got the image of a stony backrub. The humming amplified the sound and spread it farther out. Druids used ceremony to get them into the trancelike state to work with the higher dimensions.
Driving away the circle looked empty of houses, so I think there are two Aveburys present there at the moment. The buildings may have been there for centuries but they are flickering now. In the long history of this site those buildings have only been there a small blip in time, and the stones have been renewed many times. One comment was, “it would be like living in a cathedral.”
As we were leaving one friend said, “That was great, I haven’t done that before.” I replied it’s always like that when I go.