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From pillow to pavement pilgrimage

When I wake early and know that any further sleep will elude me, I allow myself to drift off in to London and seek out a pilgrimage to wander through… Read More

The Beginnings of Gatekeeper Trust

by Jehanne Mehta 31st December 2010 Stanley Messenger was, in former years, an expert on butterflies, both British and European, and I think had taken part in a number of… Read More

The Grail Land

The continent of Europe is named after the classical myth of Europa and the Bull. In terms of the landscape, Europa is represented by the British Isles, the Bull by… Read More

Stanley Hall reminiscences and pilgrimage

Back in the early 1980s Baroness Edmee Di Pauli invited Peter Dawkins to hold weekend events in their Elizabethan moated house, Stanley Hall, situated in Essex. For four years, the… Read More

The Balance of Two Cathedrals

The River Wensum, Norfolk. The area of Libra in the British Landscaper Zodiac, is unique, in that it has two Cathedrals within it, one in Norwich and one at Ely,… Read More

LABYRINTH SONG

I tread this path, that winds about me Each careful step, a prayer for wisdom I look to let go of those things that serve me not That serve me… Read More

ON THE THEME OF LABYRINTHS

REPORT ON EAST ANGLIAN GATEKEEPER PILGRIMAGES 2020 2020 was an interesting year, as well as a learning experience too. Our Spring Equinox visit to Ely Cathedral had to be cancelled… Read More

Encircling the Land With Sacred Dance

I first met Suzy Straw at the Gatekeeper Conference held at Compton Lacey in 1997 where Suzy introduced her idea of dancing around the British Zodiac. She had based her… Read More