Hello to all of you, welcome to the European contingent who have joined us since the last newsletter, and thanks for your comments. This is a quickie to let you know of an alteration in the programme for April. The second video is down as being on Thought-Forms. But, as I am doing a whole workshop on Thought-Forms in the USA during that month, and some of you might attend it in Delaware, I thought it would be better to change it for another subject and offer Thought-forms later in the year.
As it happens I had a request this morning to record a lecture I gave on Lucifer- Fallen Angel or the First Sacrifice. This is a subject close to my heart and one I feel about quite strongly. So be prepared for it to be perhaps a little over the hour. Another request has asked for a video on The Four Holy Creatures and one on Atlantis.
Thank you for these suggestions, I will take all of them into consideration for the future and I appreciate the interest shown. I hope to meet some of you in the USA next month, I’ll be in the North East with Christopher Penczak as my host, then on to Baltimore, and ending up in Georgetown Delaware before heading for Home.
Here is a picture of La Grandmere, a 4000 year old statue in the neighbour island of Guernsey.
La Gran’mère du Chimquière, the Grandmother of the Cemetery, is a Neolithic statue at the gate of St. Martins church.One of Guernsey’s most famous ancient monuments, La Gran’mère was highly respected by local worshippers in years gone by. You often see flowers at her feet or coins placed on her head because it is thought to bring good luck and fertility to newly-wed couples. Tales are told about La Gran’mère du Chimquière, but no one knows what she is or where she came from, only that she is over 4,000 years old