...dedicated to the history, mythology and mysteries of British Paganism, of which Avalon is the spiritual heart. It has stood alone for millions of years. At the foot of the Tor the red and white wells flow and mingle together as they have done since before men and women trod the sacred land. Priestesses in training lived on its slopes among the apple orchards that give Avalon its name and all around the mists of Avalon hung over the yet undrained Somerset levels. In the Arthurian cycle Joseph of Arimathea visited the isle and planted the holy thorn which lives to this day, thus connecting the myths of the Holy Grail between Paganism and Christianity. The nearby town of Glastonbury is thus sacred to both religions as well as many others who can feel the energies of Avalon just behind the veil.

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