Glastonbury Tor from the Air postcard
As far as sacred sites go, then Glastonbury has to be up there with the best. The landscape of Glastonbury is full of sacred sites and Glastonbury Tor is usually the first to be noticed
as it towers over the surrounding countryside and can be seen from miles away when travelling towards this historic site in England.
Mary Magdalene and her companians would of approached
this sacred site of what was called Avalon, from the west and their first point of contact would of been Bride's Mound, a tiny mound to the west of Glastonbury, at Beckery, the supposed gateway to Avalon. Excavations on the Mound have revealed the
remains of an early chapel dedicated to Mary Magdalene, This chapel was part of a Mary Magdalene hermitage and people would oftern come to worship her.
Past Bride's Mound they continued
towards the their destination, resting at Wearly Hill, were tradition holds that Joseph of Arimathea planted his wooden staff into the ground and grew into a thorn bush. Not far from Wearly Hill and what we know now as Glastonbury Abbey with it’s
Mary Chapel is where the humble form of mud and thatch church which was founded sometime between 42- 48 A.D. by Joseph of Arimathea and Mary Magdalene amoungst others.
on this website in the Gematria page, bulidings in Glastonbury were built by using this system of numerology and links in well with the gematria of the name Mary Magdalene. Even the Mary Magdalene energy ley line runs through Glastonbury along with the
Micheal Line. Mary Magdalene stayed in Britian for quite some time and conflicting information makes it difficult on where she lived out her life. Some people have said she went back to France at the caves of St Baume were her supposed skull is
kept. Other places include England, Scotland and even Wales but the most important part of Mary is the spiritual energy she left behind, the symbols which appear in sacred places and her encorgement for us to look beyond our own human senses in helping
us on our spiritual understanding, expanding our horizons and thinking outside the box.