How to Spin a Stone Circle

By the Archangel Michael.

This article follows on from the previous one, http://www.candacecaddick.com/2015/03/spinning-ahead-in-time/.

Swinside, Circle, Cumbria UK

A few words on starting any stone circle spinning. They are fluid, higher dimensional structures that you see as standing stones in a flat circle. Spherical in shape, they spin with each dimension spinning in a slightly different directions. This keeps the balls spinning in one place, instead of travelling across the landscape with the energy, or the dimensions becoming seperated. They are dynamos, receiving energy and driving it outwards.

The stones that make up each circle govern each one. In order to help these stones it is necessary to become part of the stone circle yourself by accepting the energy gift given to those who come and work with them. As part of the circle one is helped to become completely grounded, and feel the Earth’s energy rise over your head. From the position of being under the Earth’s energy surface it is possible to slot yourself into the circle and begin to pull it along. You are a stone within a circle, and you start walking, taking the whole circle with you energetically. Following as closely as you can to the line of the stones, walk counter-clockwise.

Did it turn? Does it feel like the energy has picked up and changed? Can you see a difference in the light coming from the circle?

It’s possible that you do not see the stones move around in a circle, but that doesn’t mean that the rest of the circle is stationary. There will be three dimensions quiet, and nine moving. The Earth responds to the movement.

When a few of us started the large circle of Avebury moving, it felt like we had thick belts around our waists and were pulling a heavy load behind. It also felt like the perfect pathway would have been to climb over each stone and stay exactly in line with them. A few people joined in remotely with those of us who were present, and they were able to walk in the exact line of stones. Candace

©Candace Caddick