The first time my eyes beheld Whitland Abbey, was 3rd May 2019. Here’s the notes I made: Stunning patterning. She entered by the north-east corner. Marked out a rectangle – probably the exterior walls of main structure, and then She returned to N-E. She wove in and then patterned all over, several in-line spirals – … Continue reading Whitland Abbey healed →
‘Twas a bit damp on Monday, 13th December, when I pulled the green chariot up in the car park beside the ruins of St. Dogmael’s Abbey. Me and Ffraed had made a date for today, for now… so there was no turning back. I’d just have to get wet. I hopped out of the car, … Continue reading Another time at St. Dogmael’s Abbey →
Hi everyone, though it’s been a while, I want to assure you that I am continuing to help in the healing of this Oh, so special, sacred flow of energy, that we know as Y Ddraig Ffraed. Ffraed’s flow patterns at Strata Florida Abbey, Whitland Abbey and Pentre Ifan are exquisite and stable. St. Dogmael’s … Continue reading Winter Solstice sunrise: Pentre Ifan – 22nd December 2021 →
Hi folks, I thought I’d let you know that I have been invited to speak about Y Ddraig Ffraed, and Her successful healing at Whitland abbey, at the abbey. I will be speaking at 1.30pm on both afternoons.It promises to be a great event. Please do come along, if you can, and support the efforts … Continue reading A forthcoming presentation at Whitland Abbey →
Hi everyone, Just to let you know that I’ve taken the divining Gwal y Filiast video down from Bitchute and reposted it on the Odysee platform.
She’d danced me through St. David’s cathedral and then the Bishop’s Palace, wound up by the Afon Alun, been curtsied and bowed to by waving willows and low stones, passed Arthur’s Head, Pen Arthur, and the sadly gone, once station of a beautifully inscribed lone stone; She waved at a windy bear and a girl … Continue reading St. Patrick’s chapel →
Here’s a reet treet for you…. I’ve only just been made aware of this. The lovely Hamish Miller, who I’ve mentioned once, twice, maybe more, on the Song of Ffraed blogs, and his surveying and writing partner, Paul Broadhurst in a short film of them dowsing the Michael and Mary sacred flows across England.
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