Spectators stand beside St Michael’s Tower on Glastonbury Tor watching the moon. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA
Thousands of people from all corners of the world visit Glastonbury
every year. They are drawn to this mystical place for its rich history of spiritual pilgrimage, its magical healing energies and sacred sites, its adorable worship of sacred feminine and for it being the Heart Chakra of the planet Earth.
The myths associated with Glastonbury Tor are extraordinary. It has been called a magic mountain
, a faeries’ glass hill, a spiral castle, a Grail castle, the Land of the Dead, a Druid initiation centre, an Arthurian hill-fort, a magnetic power-point, a crossroads of leys, a centre for Goddess fertility rituals and celebrations, a converging point for UFOs.