Here is a video of my recent Glastonbury presentation.
It is nearly 2 hours long.
It was given on April 21st as a benefit for the Library of Avalon.
This was the same evening that beacon fires were lit around the country as part of the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations. There was one on Glastonbury Tor and there is a brief visualisation to link in with it in the spirit of Dion Fortune's 1940 workings featured about 50 minutes into the video.
The material is a glimpse into the immense amount of information and ideas I have gathered for my long-term writing project on this subject.
Includes Dion Fortune, Wellesley Tudor Pole, John Goodchild, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, Rudolf Von Sebottendorff, Karl Maria Wiligut, Glastonbury, and Wewelsburg.
Thanks to Tim and Janet Hale for filming it.