Callanish The Crown

Author(s): Gwendolyn Awen Jones
ISBN13/Barcode: 9780974073064
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For millennia the Callanish stone circle on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides was protected by deep layers of peat with only the tallest stones protruding above the ground. Accumulating over centuries the gradually encroaching peat pre-served this ancient place keeping it safe. In the 1800’s the thick peat was cut away to reveal the true magnifcence of the stones. Callanish stone circle with its cross formation of outlying stones is the most intact of all the stone circles in Britain. It is considered by the author of this book to be the real Crown of Britain.

This book covers the history, astro-archeology, spiritual mysteries and magical qualities of this powerful site. It includes a complete photographic guide to the site and the first published compendium of each stone as a valuable reference tool.

The book is designed for researchers, tourists, photographers and those interested in how the electro-magnetic felds at the site interact with the solar and lunar energies at different times of the year. It is a visual delight and includes maps of the site and surrounding area and full page spreads in colour representing the many moods of this great “Stonehenge of the North.”

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For millennia the Callanish stone circle on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides was protected by deep layers of peat with only the tallest stones protruding above the ground. Accumulating over centuries the gradually encroaching peat pre-served this ancient place keeping it safe. In the 1800’s the thick peat was cut away to reveal the true magnifcence of the stones. Callanish stone circle with its cross formation of outlying stones is the most intact of all the stone circles in Britain. It is considered by the author of this book to be the real Crown of Britain.

This book covers the history, astro-archeology, spiritual mysteries and magical qualities of this powerful site. It includes a complete photographic guide to the site and the first published compendium of each stone as a valuable reference tool.

The book is designed for researchers, tourists, photographers and those interested in how the electro-magnetic felds at the site interact with the solar and lunar energies at different times of the year. It is a visual delight and includes maps of the site and surrounding area and full page spreads in colour representing the many moods of this great “Stonehenge of the North.”



Book Reviews

“How did astronomical knowledge inspire early humanity to control its destiny? What have we missed in our research about human antiquities all over our planet? And what lessons do the ancient stones of Callanish teach us, as our own civilization trembles on the edge of space? Gwendolyn Awen Jones unveils the age-old messages of the stones using her stunning photography and careful research.”

Jacques Vallee author of Wonders in the Sky



“This book contains some of the most exceptional pictures of Callanish that I have ever seen. They capture many moods but most significant to me seems to be the grains of crystals in the stones themselves. These deserve further research by somebody soon.”

Keith Critchlow author of Time Stands Still



“The book is stunning visually, with many fine colour photos, well-reproduced; I was immediately impressed by the 1986 moonrise photos. The author’s black-and-white shots of each stone, arranged in rows, make up a ‘photographic catalogue’ of the site - a very valuable addition to the literature.”

Gerald Ponting author of New Light on the Stones of Callanish



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ISBN13/Barcode 9780974073064
ISBN10 0974073067
Author Gwendolyn Awen Jones
Binding Hardback
Date Published 1 Jun 2018
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 94
Publisher Angels of Light and Healing

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