Nicholas Mann - Glastonbury Neolithic Cosmology - 2008 MP4
NICHOLAS MANN & PHILIPPA GLASSON
GLASTONBURY NEOLITHIC STAR-GAZING AND ANCIENT COSMOLOGIES
Nicholas Mann and Philippa Glasson present some of their recent work in archaeoastronomy and ancient cosmology. Following the success of their last book The Star Temple of Avalon, which revealed how the hills of Glastonbury were used to track the patterns of the Sun, Moon and stars, they show how Avalon, Avebury and other ancient astronomical sites around the world can help illuminate the star messages of the present time. Their fully illustrated presentation includes a discussion of the precession of the equinoxes and its current solstitial alignments.
Nicholas and Philippa are also co-authors of Avalon’s Red & White Springs and The Sacred Geometry of Washington, D.C: The Integrity and Power of the Original Design. Nicholas has a degree in Ancient History and Anthropology. He has lived in Glastonbury for many years apart from a period from 1987 to 2000 in Arizona and New Mexico. Philippa is an International Speaker & Teacher, Astrologer & Seer & was a Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge from 1988 to 2004. They both currently live in Glastonbury. www.britishmysteries.co.uk