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Nine Ladies of Stanton Moor

Stone Circle


Sarah Miners

I first visited this wondrous powerful place in 1994 and we agreed that we would bring our children back to the moor as I felt a massive spiritual connection with the place.

Indeed in March 1999, we returned with our son Chalie and gave him his name in a pagan ceremony, with some dear friends, who each held chalie as I read a poem.

My hubby gave me the modern antiquarian two years ago as a xmas present and I immediatley truned to the gazetter section to read what was said - I cried as i realised that the power I had felt on the moor was part of a massive understanding - and that Julian had felt what I had felt too.

I dream of the moor and am angered to the extreme thaqt they may quarry - I offer my meager talents to the campaign in any way i can help - here and now - for I have just read the essays fromn the book and am recently starting on a pathway, where I have realised the significance of stanton moor, amongst other sites and special places, to my spiritual journey and well being.

It is one of the few places on this island where I have felt truy at peace and at one with the goddess - the other being at the Quirang on Skye. And I want to preserve this moor so my children can be connected with their names to the energy within the stones and can return with their childrn to my special place.
Posted by Funky Giggler
25th December 2001ce

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