Dear Wen This clinging to the classical world has always puzzled me and can only be down to those pesky Romans (Acch-Phut)… When in Rome do as the Greeks do. This was over sixteen hundred years ago mind and ‘Pythagorean’ triangles were employed in our stone circles thousands of years before that, as discovered by Alexander Thom, and verified by Robin Heath. Neither of whom had, or have, much in the way of worldly ambition but instead used, or use, truth as their yardstick. That’s right, a yardstick, which in length geometrical is three feet! It is high time the sheeple woke up to their God given rights and sent the fleecers packing… When in Greece do as the Egyptians do. Do you see, now, how even the most unpromising material can be used to construct another stepping stone a yard apart from the first, one more gives us nine feet… I have fond memories of the finger-maze though sadly not that weekend as a whole, although it did have its moments, and also of the stepping stones at Ilkley… When in Egypt do as the Sumerians do. …Voila! It is always a toss up when ‘ton’ appears at the end of a place name as to whether it refers to ‘town’ or ‘stone’ unlike ‘ham’ which is always a hamlet, so the addition of ‘tun’ and ‘dun’ is a welcome extension to the mix. And the ball is always in play, even when it is no longer a ball, but a punctured, tangled mass, of rubber, and fur, eh, Anu-Boy, and no, I do not mean that sort of ham…
Love, Don x
Finding Don & Wen
Stuart France & Sue Vincent
Available via Amazon UK, Amazon.com
and worldwide in paperback and for Kindle.
Two friends living hundreds of miles apart inadvertently begin to explore the magical and ancient landscape of Albion, delving into the symbolism hidden within mediaeval churches and piecing together the clues that appear to be left before them like a breadcrumb trail.
The correspondence within this book was written as their adventures began to unfold, recording and highlighting strange concepts and magical ideas.
Finding Don and Wen opens an inner door onto the workings of the journey of The Initiate, the first of nine books that tell the full story of what became a true quest, becoming a practical guide on how to listen to and interpret the voice of the living land and its history from a spiritual perspective.
Original front cover photograph by kind permission of our friend, Helen Glynn Jones,
author of The Ambeth Chronicles at helenglynnjones.co.uk
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