For a free sample copy of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters, please send an A5 stamped self-addressed envelope to: 

Laurence Main 
9 Mawddwy Cottages 
Dinas Mawddwy 
SY20 9LW 
Tel: +44 (0)1650 531 354 

I have made an initial contact with Michael Tellinger – he is the founder of the worldwide UBUNTU movement and we are hoping that he will speak to us at one of our forthcoming moots. If you would like to make yourselves familiar with his tours and works; then please visit the following links. You can also “Google” or “YouTube” him – he has been prolific and has a keen interest in the Ancient History of the British Isles, including some refreshing views on Stonehenge and other sacred sites.

stone circle tours

you can also email him (you won’t always get an answer)

Fionn Rawnsley, latest book:

“Imagine that old Stonehenge has been sitting there out on Salisbury plain for thousands and thousands of years, if it could speak, what stories would it tell us, would they be mutterings in an unknown tongue and what would it tell us of the spiritual world of the ancients?”

Fionn Rawnsley is a researcher who has found that the henge is more ancient than currently believed and is part of a vast astrological scheme, which includes Avebury too. One that is tied into the shifting skys forever. Beyond this he has decoded what he believes to be a reality that Stonehenge is a mystic gateway of the immortals and is still as functional as it ever was.

If you would like to find out more and purchase his book, “The Stonehenge Zodiac,” please follow the link above.


Laurence Main gave a talk at the TruthJuice Gathering in August 2013 


The Spine of Albion – Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare 

Before Caledonia – Martin Morrison facebook group 

Megalithic Portal – A resource for finding megalithic and prehistoric sites in UK and Ireland 


From Jimmy Goddard: 

Lichfield Moot report 

Stone Age Science in the Preseli Hills – Pembrokeshire Moot Field Trip with Robin Heath 


Research Into Lost Knowledge Oranisation Trust (R.I.L.K.O.) – “An organisation providing a platform for the dissemination of hidden knowledge incorporated in myth and legend, number and geometry, art and music, architectural proportion, megalithic structures and the geomantic layout of cities and landscape”. 

Truthjuice is a platform for speakers to share their thoughts and views on events from around the world. 


 The Old Straight Track  – Alfred Watkins. 

Alfred Watkins’ seminal 1925 work. 

Full review in issue 3, 2012, of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters. 

Also by Alfred Watkins:  

The Ley Hunter’s Manual: A Guide to Early Tracks 

Early British Trackways: Early British Trackways, Moats, Mounds, Camps and Sites 

Books by John Michell 

Flying Saucer Vision – first published 1967 

The View Over Atlantis – first published 1969 

City of Revelation – first published 1972 

The Old Stones of Land’s End: An Enquiry into the Mysteries of the Megalithic Science – 1974 

The Earth Spirit: Its Ways, Shrines, and Mysteries – 1975 

A Little History of Astro-Archaeology: Stages in the Transformation of Heresy – 1977 

Ancient Metrology: The Dimensions of Stonehenge and of the Whole World as Therein Symbolised – 1981 

Earth Rites: Fertility Practices in Pre-industrial Britain  – Janet and Colin Bord 

Reviewed in issue 9, 2013, of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters. 

The wealth of ancient relics around us, the evidence of country customs and the folklore passed on through the generations all go to show how our forefathers passionately believed there were powerful energy forces emanating from the earth and that we are all intrinsically linked to those forces. Janet and Colin Bord reveal how our ancestors learnt to channel the earth’s energies to the good of the entire planet – and call for an urgent return to a time of harmony between man and earth. 

Also by Janet and Colin Bord: 

A Guide to Ancient Sites in Britain 
The Enchanted Land: Myths and Legends of Britain’s Landscape 
Mysterious Britain – Ancient Secrets of the United Kingdom and Ireland 
The Secret Country: Interpretation of the Folklore of Ancient Sites in the British Isles 
Atlas of Magical Britain 
Ancient Mysteries of Britain 
Prehistoric Britain from the Air (Phoenix Illustrated)  (Photopgraphy by Jason Hawkes). 
Sacred Waters: Holy Wells and Water Lore in Britain and Ireland 
Dictionary of Earth Mysteries  

Sacred Places: 50 Sites of Religious Pilgrimage  – Philip Carr-Gomm 

Journeys to sacred places or shrines undertaken as acts of religious veneration or penance have been a feature of religious observance from the earliest times. Ancient religions had holy sites, temples and groves, such as Delphi and Dodona in Greece. Philip Carr-Gomm tells the stories of 50 sacred sites across all five continents, including sites venerated by all of the world’s major religions. 

Also by Philip Carr-Gomm: 

The Druid Way (Earth Quest) 
DruidCraft: The Magic of Wicca & Druidry 

A Phenomenology of Landscape: Places, Paths and Monuments (Explorations in Anthropology)  – Christopher Tilley 

Tilley a new approach to landscape perception. This book is an extended photographic essay about topographic features of the landscape. It integrates philosophical approaches to landscape perception with anthropological studies of the significance of the landscape in small-scale societies. This perspective is used to examine the relationship between prehistoric sites and their topographic settings. 

Also by Christopher Tilley: 

Body and Image: Explorations in Landscape Phenomenology 
Interpreting Landscapes: Geologies, Topographies, Identities (Explorations in Landscape Phenomenology) 
The Materiality of Stone: Explorations in Landscape Phenomenology 

Stonehenge Revealed  – David Souden 

Between dramatic and colorful photographs, drawings, and maps, Souden assembles the various findings and theories about the renowned prehistoric monument in southwestern England. He considers the landscape, prehistory, the construction, the people, ritual and the heavens, and the legacy. 

Also by David Souden: 

Pilgrimage: Twenty Journeys to Inspire the Soul 

An Archaeology of Natural Places  – Richard Bradley 

This volume explores why natural places such as caves, mountains, springs and rivers assumed a sacred character in European prehistory, and how the evidence for this can be analysed in the field. It shows how established research on votive deposits, rock art and production sites can contribute to a more imaginative approach to the prehistoric landscape, and can even shed light on the origins of monumental architecture. The discussion is illustrated through a wide range of European examples, and three extended case studies. 

Also by Richard Bradley: 

The Significance of Monuments: On the Shaping of Human Experience in Neolithic and Bronze Age Europe 
The Prehistory of Britain and Ireland (Cambridge World Archaeology) 
Rock Art and the Prehistory of Atlantic Europe: Signing the Land 
Ritual and Domestic Life in Prehistoric Europe 
The Past in Prehistoric Societies 
Interpreting the Axe Trade: Production and Exchange in Neolithic Britain (New Studies in Archaeology) , Richard Bradley and Mark Edmonds 
Mesolithic Assemblage from East Sussex (Sussex Archaeological Social Occasional Papers) 

Stonehenge Complete  – Christopher Chippindale 

This newly revised and enlarged fourth edition of Christopher Chippindales prize-winning classic account brings the story of Stonehenge right up to date. It describes in two new chapters the startling ideas and insights of the latest field research. In a radical reinterpretation, Stonehenge with its cold rocks is seen as the place of the dead, and another site over the horizon as the place of the living, built in wood, and complete with houses and paved ways. In another theory, Stonehenge is a place of healing. Alongside the quest to understand Stonehenge are the taxing practicalities of caring for a 4,000 years old site that was never designed to cope with a million visitors a year, and how to preserve the monument for millennia to come. 

Powerpoints: Secret Rulers and Hidden Forces in the Landscape  – Robin Heath 

Full review in issue 8, 2013, of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters. 

This book from Robin Heath injects the controversial subject of alignments (leys) back into focus and demonstrates how these enigmatic features still influence the siting of important cultural and industrial powerpoints today. Many original photographs and graphics make the book simple to read yet profoundly disturbing in its implications for modern culture. A reality shift! 

Also by Robin Heath: 

Sun, Moon and Earth (Wooden Books Gift Book) 
Stonehenge (Wooden Books Gift Book) 
The Star Temple of Avalon: Glastonbury Ancient Observatory Revealed  forward by Robin Heath 

Lost Science of Measuring the Earth: Discovering the Sacred Geometry of the Ancients  – Robin Heath, John Michell 

Full review in issue 8, 2013, of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters. 

Two leading researchers into ancient wisdom demonstrate that the earth’s dimensions were accurately known prior to 3000 BC. These astonishing findings include a system of surveying and measure based on simple numerical and geometrical rules documents that remnants of this science still existed in medieval times when it became lost. 

Also by John Michell: 

How the World Is Made: The Story of Creation According to Sacred Geometry , John Michell with Allan Brown 
New Light on the Ancient Mystery of Glastonbury 
Dimensions of Paradise: Sacred Geometry, Ancient Science, and the Heavenly Order on Earth 
The Rough Guide to Unexplained Phenomena (Rough Guides Reference Titles) , John Michell and Bob Rickard 
Prehistoric Sacred Sites of Cornwall 
Traveller’s Guide To Sacred England : A Guide to the Legends, Lore and Landscape of England’s Sacred Places 
The New View over Atlantis 
Twelve-Tribe Nations: Sacred Number and the Golden Age , John Michell and Christine Rhone 

Spirit Chaser: The Quest for Bega  – Alex Langstone 

This is the true story of a psychic adventure that turned into an uplifting spiritual pilgrimage. In June 1989, the author began following a series of psychic messages and significant synchronicity that led him to discover the enigmatic mystery of St Bega, the sacredness of the British landscape and ultimately to experience the divine reality of the Celtic tradition of mysticism, miracles and magic. Spirit Chaser takes us on a magnificent journey, a journey into the twilight past of seventh century Britain and Ireland. A journey into the heart of a modern day quest for the mystery that is the Sancta Bega; the sacred ring at the mystical centre of the British Isles. 

Alex Langstone led a field trip to some of the places mentioned in this book as part of our Moot in Cumbria 7 – 12 September 2013. 

The History of the Kings of Britain  – Geoffrey of Monmouth (Author), Lewis Thorpe (Translator, Introduction) 

Completed in 1136, The History of the Kings of Britain traces the story of the realm from its supposed foundation by Brutus to the coming of the Saxons some two thousand years later. Vividly portraying legendary and semi-legendary figures such as Lear, Cymbeline, Merlin the magician and the most famous of all British heroes, King Arthur, it is as much myth as it is history and its veracity was questioned by other medieval writers. But Geoffrey of Monmouth’s powerful evocation of illustrious men and deeds captured the imagination of subsequent generations, and his influence can be traced through the works of Malory, Shakespeare, Dryden and Tennyson. 

Also by Geoffrey of Monmouth: 

Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Life of Merlin: A New Verse Translation 

A Guide to the Stone Circles of Cumbria  – Robert W E Farrah 

A Guide to the Stone Circles of Cumbria 

The Spirit Paths of Wales  – Laurence Main 

Laurence Main’s knowledge of Welsh lore and legend is the basis for these 20 walks, following spirit paths (or leys). Standing stones and holy sites abound; Welsh literature and history spring from every page. Spirit paths, leys or ley lines are new concepts to many people who have come to enjoy walking in the countryside. They form part of the ancestral memory of being the children of Mother Earth which makes so many town-dwellers yearn for the simple freedom of rambling along ancient paths. This vital contact with the living landscape is a spiritual exercise. What is meant by a ley, or spirit path, is very much open to individual interpretation. Significantly, it is a straight path or track that is identified in one’s subconscious and is consequently traced by a process of dowsing and connecting sight lines. The paths often synchronise with standing stones, holy wells and other sacred sites, suggesting a divine or mystical significance. “This book has a selection of spirit paths (by my reckoning) for you to sample. It is far from being comprehensive. I’ve just dipped into a vast ocean. I hope I haven’t imposed my dowsed lines on the land. I have tried to listen to it. If I may venture a belief, it is that this is a living land and our acknowledgement of its spirit paths may lead us to love it.” – Laurence Main. 

Also by Laurence Main: 

How the World Is Made: The Story of Creation According to Sacred Geometry , John Michell with Allan Brown 
New Light on the Ancient Mystery of Glastonbury 
Dimensions of Paradise: Sacred Geometry, Ancient Science, and the Heavenly Order on Earth 
The Rough Guide to Unexplained Phenomena (Rough Guides Reference Titles) , John Michell and Bob Rickard 
Prehistoric Sacred Sites of Cornwall 
Traveller’s Guide To Sacred England : A Guide to the Legends, Lore and Landscape of England’s Sacred Places 
The New View over Atlantis 
Twelve-Tribe Nations: Sacred Number and the Golden Age , John Michell and Christine Rhone 

 King Arthurs Camlan: A Quest for the Truth 

The Silbury Treasure: The Great Goddess Rediscovered  – Michael Dames 

Silbury: Resolving the Enigma  – Michael Dames 

‘Silbury’s significance is obscure and we can only hope to understand it if we combine our scientific approach with a vision that sees beyond modern-day beliefs’ – English Heritage. 

An astonishing and revelatory work. Michael Dames has done some excellent field work and research in revealing some of the fascinating truths about Silbury Hill, and the surrounding area of Avebury. 

Full review in issue 2, 2012, of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters. 

The Avebury Cycle  – Michael Dames 

This book expands further upon many of the points put forward in Michael Dames’ first book, The Silbury Treasure. 

Full review in issue 2, 2012, of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters. 

Also by Michael Dames: 

Merlin and Wales: A Magician’s Landscape 
Ireland: A Sacred Journey 

Singing Up the Country: The Songlines of Avebury and Beyond  – Bob Trubshaw 

“Trubshaw throws his net over an eclectic range of knowledge from linguistics and archaeology through myths and geography to make some very interesting and intriguing personal conclusions” – Diana Dicker;  

Full review in issue 4, 2012, of the Newsletter of the Network of Ley Hunters. 

The Sun and the Serpent  – Paul Broadhurst and Hamish Miller 

An account of dowsing finding male and female earth currents coiling around leys. 

Also by Paul Broadhurst: 

The Dance of the Dragon: An Odyssey into Earth Energies and Ancient Religion 
Life a Modern Look at Old and New 2006  (with Mary Broadhurst). 
The Secret Land: The Origins of Arthurian Legend and the Grail Quest 
The Green Man and the Dragon: The Mystery behind the Myth of St George and the Dragon Power of Nature  (with Gabriele Trso) 
Secret Shrines: In Search of the Old Holy Wells of Cornwall 
Tintagel and the Arthurian Mythos 
Gwyn: Ancient God of Glastonbury and Key to the Glastonbury Zodiac  (with Yuri Leitch) 

Also by Hamish Miller: 

Dowsing: A Journey Beyond Our Five Senses (Mathemagical Ancient Wizdom) 
The Definitive Wee Book on Dowsing: A Journey Beyond Our Five Senses  (with Jean Hands) 
It’s Not Too Late 
In Search of the Southern Serpent: A Journey into the Power of Place  (with Barry Brailsford) 
Spirit of the Serpent . (Audio CD. With Hamish Miller, Ba Russell, Julie and Ruper Soskin and Jim Lyon). 

Mary Michael Pilgrims Way: Brentor to Glastonbury – Richard Dealler 

This guides the pilgrim, whether religious or not, on a walk of 140 miles with detailed notes on the path and what to see on the way – both the sacred and places of general interest – as well as where to eat and sleep. It provides hot information tips from avoiding live firing ranges and available public transoprt to suitable footware and a light-loading a backpack. A personable, practical guide.  

The Glastonbury Zodiac: Key to the Mysteries of Britain  – Mary Caine 

Patterns in the landscape; the terrestrial zodiac of Glastonbury. 

Also by Mary Caine: 

Map of the Glastonbury Zodiac 
The Glastonbury Giants 
Celtic Saints and the Glastonbury Zodiac 
The Kingston Zodiac 

Stanton Drew and its Ancient Stone Circles  – Gordon Strong 

Take this charming little book with you when visiting our third major Neolithic temple complex. Leys are featured (although the author calls them ley-lines!). Highly recommended. 

Also by Gordon Strong: 

Merlin: Master of Magick 
Dawn of the Goddess 
Bride’s Mound: Gateway to Avalon 
Tarot Unveiled 
King Arthur: The Waste Land and the New Age 
Sun God and Moon Maiden: The Secret World of the Holy Grail 

Sky and Landscape: A Field Guide to Archaeoastronomy  – Irene Earis 

A useful little introductory guide to leys, except that the word ley isn’t used. Why not? It is short. Alexander Thom and Robin Heath are acknowledged. Highly recommended. 

The Road Through the Isles  – John Sharkley and Keith Payne 

An account of a journey exploring the outer Hebrides; alignments – Callanish Stones, the Sleeping Beauty and Carloway Broch, amongst others; folklore, legends, traditional storytellers. Illustrated with evocative pencil drawings. 

Landscape Giants  – Graham Russell 

The Mother of the abominations of the Earth. This landscape giantess is very large and is well recorded; ancient stories of her existence are to be found, especially within the Persian Empire …