In 2011, I traveled on a Pilgrimage with the Earth-Keeper group to Sacred England. As I stood gazing at Stonehenge, it seemed as though I was catching sight of a structure from another dimension that had somehow slipped through a veil and become visible. I had researched Stonehenge a fair bit before the amazing tour, but somehow all the articles I read fell short of explaining what I experienced when I arrived.
Some people claim the stones circle was built to serve as a calendar or a religious site. However, those who built Stonehenge, and other stone circles, are often described as primitive, naïve, and heathen nature worshippers. Although I knew a lot about Stonehenge from reading about it, when I saw it in person, none of what I had read made sense to me any longer. Read more ›