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The Glastonbury Experience

Welcome

Welcome to our site

Our Purpose

The Purpose of this site is to help promote awareness of Glastonbury, UK, as an internationally recognized center of pilgrimage and transformation – and to do so by providing information on the people, and the projects they have established over the years, to enable this place to thrive. We are endeavoring to show how the myriad ideas, explorations and activities are all expressions of one coherent vision,that is bridging the gap between the tangible and the subtle, spiritual dimensions of our existence.

We seek to help reveal the new paradigm that is slowly emerging where human endeavor is nourished by ancient spiritual roots that reach backwards through the remote mists of time and flowers into the future.

Using the Site

There is a search facility on each page that enables specific items to be found.

We have also set up the index shown below where pages already on the site may be readily found.

The Landscape The History Myths and Legends Glastonbury's Purpose?
Pilgrimage The People, Past and Present Organisations and Centres Buildings
Education Arts Projects Healing
Concepts and Ideas Spiritual Paths Shops and Businesses Events

Throughout this site, links coloured blue have a page complete with content associated with them, links coloured red do not yet have a completed page connected.

Glastonbury, originally called ‘The Ancient Isle of Avalon’, is on one level a Somerset market town, but is also a unique and sacred place that has potentially a role of spiritual significance to play in relation to both the British Isles and the planet as a whole.

Time Line

The ‘People, Past and Present’ slot of the index above, has a time line attached so that you may look up people prominent at a specific time.

We are building this site with a record of Glastonbury, past, present and indeed future. This is a town that is growing and developing and how it is perceived changes with every era. We think it is worth trying to capture how the town was seen by people in their particular time of occupation. We therefore give the dates when articles were written and contributed on the clear understanding that life moves on and the town as seen today may well look completely different to how it appeared when the article was written.

As the Buddha says – ‘all is change - nothing remains the same for an instant’.


Quoting Glastopedia

This site is intended to be a useful resource available to everyone, and whilst the articles are copyrighted, they may be quoted freely provided that Glastopedia is acknowledged as the source.