• Posts Tagged ‘King Arthur’

    Why I Like Holy Places

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    St Nectan

    The lead photo for this post is one I took at St Nectan’s Kieve on a recent trip to Cornwall. It’s just down the road from Tintagel and is supposed to be the place where King Arthur baptised his Round Table knights. Obviously, a story like that is archaeologically inaccurate for a variety of...

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    How To Get The Most Out Of Sacred Travel

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    Having lived a bunch of places in both hemispheres of the planet, I seem to have picked up a few tricks on how to do sacred travel well. As far as I’m concerned, sacred travel does not require me to pile into a thirty year old bus with a swarm of ancient hippies or...

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