Menhirs, Dolmen, and Circles of Stone: The Folklore and Magic of Sacred Stone
Why are some rocks simply tossed out of the way while others, regardless of their size, are held as sacred, mysterious and imbued with power? The very atmosphere which surrounds some of these stones is permeated with a sense of ancient wisdom and we canno.
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Chapter 2 Magical Stones and Charms
Chapter 3 Standing Stones and Ancient Cultures
Chapter 4 Standing Stones In America
Chapter 5 Stone Circles and Aligned Stones
Chapter 6 Stories from the Stones
Chapter 7 Simulacra Natures Artwork
Portals to the Otherworld
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Page 8 - water. Here she had twins, and their father was the war-eagle, and her children have since peopled the earth. The pipe stone, which is the flesh of their ancestors, is smoked by them as the symbol of peace...