The Outer Hebrides.

As I said on the page, Tribal Gatherings, the main line of the Algiz symbol has been established. This line is the main stem of the work; the two lines emerging from it going to Iceland, via the Outer Hebrides, and Norway.

The plan is to travel to the island and stay there for a week. There are many sites connected to the main site, which we will also visit if we are called to that. That happens many times because sites are connected to each other and deliberately built that way, so we follow either intuition, impulse or guidance from the ancestors as to which ones need visiting.

Picture by Lucie Loane. The Stones of Callanish.

I have never been to the Outer Hebrides, but my guides have been telling me to go for years. It just never felt like the right time. But, as I said in Tribal Gatherings, it appears to be part of a project that is connected to other places. I never know what will happen at a site, but often the preparatory ‘downloads’ happen years, months or weeks before we get there. The days leading up to the work often involve receiving information, or gathering energies from other places locally – if they are to be connected. It’s as if the energies rise, preparing the energy-body for what is to come. This can give a feeling of fullness or excitement as we move into the necessary energies.

Another thing that happens, is that we connect to a ‘guide’ who helps us and keeps our energies focussed on the task at hand. They are ‘Gatekeepers’ assisting us in holding a particular frequency on the layers of energy we need to be working in. These guides are not always ancient however but are usually the souls of inhabitants who once resided on the Island, or who lived in the house; someone who knew the place well. When we were in Orkney, we had an old woman who had died on the island. She was the main gatekeeper. But there was also a soul who, when he was alive, was called Peterson. He told me, over the course of a week, that he had been sent to Canada for accidentally killing another man in Kirkwall, after a drunken brawl. His love of Orkney draws him here and his service, his paying off of the incurred debt, was to assist us in carrying out our work. He was very nice, really, and his love for the island was palpable. (I wrote it all down but the notebook is in my flat in Luxor!). He also seemed interested in channelled art/writing and even when I returned to Winchester he would pop in every now and then and suggest I visit a particular art gallery. he pushed me in the direction of channelling art, which I did for a while, but my focus is on writing at the moment. (For those of you wondering whether I had picked up a spirit attachment, I also do spirit-release, helping souls who are unable to move on but who are ready to get back ‘Home’. He definitely wasn’t one of those). My friend Chris, who was not with us when we visited Orkney works with me doing spirit release and earthwork. He’s played a huge part in the Gaia Method Earthways. One of his amazing talents, apart from dowsing, is his ability to speak to spirits and to see them as if he was back in time with them. We have gotten some terrific information about people who lived at these sites in the past through his gift. He will naturally be there too!

A wild Orkney sea after a storm.

Once we have connected to the Hebrides, we will return to Orkney, because there is still work to be done there, and information to be accessed. But the next focus is on the Outer Hebrides. It may be too, that the energies on the Isle of Lewis will be connected in another way to Orkney, but again, I won’t know until we get there. I also tend not to research the history of the place too much either, as this tends to get in my way. I want to be able to go in without any preconceived ideas so that the information I receive from the site is clear. Doing the research afterwards is often a good confirmation of what we perceived when we were there. Plus, we discover information which is not known yet by the archaeological world. That’s always fun!

Apart from the main Callanish circle, there are other satellite circles which I also want to visit. The following video explains these very well. Often the smaller sites are important in their own right.

What I find interesting about this video is that it shows clearly that the satellites were just as important as the main site. When I was working with Coldridge Banjo enclosure, we discovered that it was the ‘Child’ of the Mother site: Fosbury Camp, an iron-age hillfort. The camp held the Mother energy and this then flowed to the smaller enclosure, like an umbilical cord, feeding the site. This is a common occurrence in energy sites, the larger one feeding and maintaining the smaller, keeping it connected, abundant and sanctified. It didn’t make it impervious to human interference but it did provide shelter and abundant food for the people who lived there, for as long as the site energies were maintained. I imagine that the same holds true for the smaller circles at Callanish too. What is also interesting is that these sites are on islands off the mainland. Orkney to the north and the Isle of Lewis to the west. There must be some reason for these placements. Hopefully, we’ll find out some information about why this might be.

Watching this video shows that there are so many sites on these islands that there might be some very early mornings – and some late nights! If you want to see more, there are lots of really good ones by the guy who made the video. He is well worth the watch.

I have been debating whether to fly to Stornoway or to drive there. Driving, even though it is an 18-hour drive, means that I gradually move into the energies, gathering connections as I go. I remember while Eartha and I were driving to Orkney, as we drove through Scotland, which has a distinctly different feel to England, primal and definitely older, the difference between a child and an adult, I began to feel strange sensations. It was as if my body was picking up separate but similar energies involving two feminine energies in the landscape, both mountain ranges of volcanic origin. These felt like mountains that represented breasts, as though they were places to feed people, or the landscape. Thinking about it, volcanoes feed the earth, literally creating them, so it was interesting that she equated lava with a form of breast milk, ‘growing’ the planet.

I was in communication with one of these female energies who told me that her ‘sister’ lay far to the north. Far to the north turned out to be Iceland. But I didn’t realise that at the time. The female energy I was connecting to was a black wild goddess, like the winds, but she was from the depths of the earth. She was the mountain ranges of Scotland, a landscape Goddess who was important in Orkney, which we saw when we stood with our backs to the Stones of Stenness watching the sun go down. From that perspective, we were seeing the sun returning into the womb of the Mother, to be reborn the following morning, We were there in mid-November, close to the Winter solstice, which is a powerful time of the year anyway, so maybe this had something to do with her visit.

Although this coming trip is not to Iceland, the line goes through the Outer Hebrides on its way to Iceland and is probably preparatory work, so I am interested to see what happens there. I have booked the trip from the 25th of May 2024 to the 4th of June. If you want to join in, I would love to see you there.

Do remember to contact me for the P2 details (A Gaia Method Earthways Workspace), and I can add you as a team member. It’s a great way to keep in contact and share information that others can use too.


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