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Re: The "perpetual Choirs of Britain".
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<i>But what do we know about precisely where this "centre" was? I can't find a structure locally that looks as if it could have been the place, so i wondered if anyone out there has any ideas? It is a lovely, and very spiritual place, where one feels as if something big could have happened a long time ago. </i>

Whiteleaved Oak certainly sounds like a special place, the site where 3 counties meet, quartzite abundant in the local geology and a spring - picture here http://www.crystalsandfossils.co.uk/crystals_choosing.html
Are there any clues as to a "centre" on an old map?
http://www.old-maps.co.uk/gaze[...]/10heref151/10heref151gazW.htm

Googling Perpetual Choirs turned this up, too, lots on sacred geometry and music.
http://www.aniwilliams.com/geometry_music_healing.htm

Rune


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Posted by Rune
21st July 2005ce
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