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The Sun and the Serpent

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Paperback in VGC, spine unbroken. Signed on title-page by both authors.

A ground-breaking work on our understanding of leys. Miller, a successful businessman, who, after a near-death experience, was led to a life of researching earth energies, and was drawn especially to Cornwall, where, teaming up with Broadhurst began to walk the Michael line. The landscape alignment or ley known as the Michael Line (incidentally is the longest possible line that can be drawn from East to West on the British Isles) running from the east coast of Norfolk to the aptly named Land's End in the far West of Cornwall on the British Isles, was already postulated by Jon Michell, however, the authors of this book made a brand new discovery: while walking the Michael Line, continually dowsing, and analysing the available data with an open yet sceptical mind, they discovered that quite definite serpentine currents appeared to twirl around the line on each side, forming currents, touching places with Mary in the place names, the other those with Michael, which seemed to indicate a male-female/yin-yang polarity about the central line. The authors recount their detailed journey along the Michael Line, where they passed through such spiritually significant points as Glastonbury Tor and Avebury (largest prehistoric stone circle in the world), and discuss the significance of the serpent in ancient and spiritual culture. The authors also, interestingly, discuss the ancient symbol of the Caduceus, (a winged pole with two serpents entwined about it) and how this relates to the concept of the twin earth currents about a central line - an interesting comparison.

Item details

Added value:
Signed at Glastonbury by both authors
Author(s):
Miller, Hamish, and Broadhurst, Paul
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16.8 x 2.6 x 24.6 cm
Edition:
1989, 1st edn
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0951518313
ISBN-13:
9780951518311
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
Pendragon Press
Title:
The Sun and the Serpent

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Paperback in VGC, spine unbroken. Signed on title-page by both authors.

A ground-breaking work on our understanding of leys. Miller, a successful businessman, who, after a near-death experience, was led to a life of researching earth energies, and was drawn especially to Cornwall, where, teaming up with Broadhurst began to walk the Michael line. The landscape alignment or ley known as the Michael Line (incidentally is the longest possible line that can be drawn from East to West on the British Isles) running from the east coast of Norfolk to the aptly named Land's End in the far West of Cornwall on the British Isles, was already postulated by Jon Michell, however, the authors of this book made a brand new discovery: while walking the Michael Line, continually dowsing, and analysing the available data with an open yet sceptical mind, they discovered that quite definite serpentine currents appeared to twirl around the line on each side, forming currents, touching places with Mary in the place names, the other those with Michael, which seemed to indicate a male-female/yin-yang polarity about the central line. The authors recount their detailed journey along the Michael Line, where they passed through such spiritually significant points as Glastonbury Tor and Avebury (largest prehistoric stone circle in the world), and discuss the significance of the serpent in ancient and spiritual culture. The authors also, interestingly, discuss the ancient symbol of the Caduceus, (a winged pole with two serpents entwined about it) and how this relates to the concept of the twin earth currents about a central line - an interesting comparison.

Added value:
Signed at Glastonbury by both authors
Author(s):
Miller, Hamish, and Broadhurst, Paul
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16.8 x 2.6 x 24.6 cm
Edition:
1989, 1st edn
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0951518313
ISBN-13:
9780951518311
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
Pendragon Press
Title:
The Sun and the Serpent

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