I’ve re-uploaded Divining Ddraig: Gwal y Filiast to Bitchute:
A video for the Song of Ffraed blog that documents a healing journey, a pilgrimage, following a dragon* through 3 counties, innumerable prehistoric sites (which include four abbeys, over eighty known early church and chapel sites, and a cathedral).
This video takes us briefly out of this world to the liminal environs of the wonderful Gwal y Filiast.
The mighty dragon, Ffraed, slipped easily across the stone bridge that crosses the River Tâf at Llanglydwen, I’d passed this way before with Her and now here I was again. She, on the other hand, had never been away.
Gliding smoothly up the steep winding hill, past (and through) the Peny Bont Inn till She pulled away from Her former course from Whitland Abbey, and instead, set Her face towards the village of Login…and then She did it again. But this time, at 500 feet, She shimmied west, into a vibrant wooded valley of flowers and birdsong, drifted down towards the bustling Tâf, and poured through a standing stone somewhere along the track, before rising again to melt through another. We were only yards now from the extraordinarily evocative dream chamber, Gwal y Filiast.
This was the very first walk through Gwal-y-Filiast with Y Ddraig Ffraed, Her healing here had begun.
* “Dragon”: A primeval weaving energy system. This one is a ‘Presence’. Not a ley line.
27th July 2020