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" One touch of nature

makes all the world kin "

William Shakespeare

Ley Walk dedicated to the memory of John Michell

April 21st, 2011

Here’s something to do this Saturday in London:

Ley Walk dedicated to the memory of John Michell
St George’s Day, Sat. 23 April, 11.30 AM prompt
meet outside St Martin-in-the-Field Church, Trafalgar Square, London
£5 – all profits to the John Michell Society

Caroline Wise will lead participants in a walk along the Strand Ley, taking in nearby sites that are part of the fabric of the mythic history of London. The group will give a nod to the guardians, gods and goddesses along the way, learning much about their role in sacred and legendary London. There will be a stop for refreshments in the St Paul’s crypt cafe. Sensible shoes, bottle of water, notepad and pen, and umbrella may be a good idea. For further details contact carolinewise@btinternet.com

The Strand Ley is a classic, unmodified Alfred Watkins ley, an alignment joining St Martin-in-the-Fields;
St Mary-le-Strand; St Clement Danes; St Dunstan’s, Fleet St; and Arnold Circus (site of The Mount).
See information at www.leyhunter.com/archives/tlh2.htm

Caroline Wise first met John Michell in the late seventies, when she was associated with The Ley Hunter magazine, their annual moots, and the Dragon Project. She has steeped herself in the mythic history of London for thirty years and contributed to John Matthews’ The Aquarian Guide to Legendary London (1990). Caroline has organized many events on living earth mysteries, paganism, and folklore, including the Wildwood Conferences.