Waters of Chalice Well Glastonbury, England
Chalice Well in Glastonbury England is considered
by some to be one of the original (pre-Christian) underground
meditation/communication chambers (as mentioned by "Bashar"
in his video on crystal skulls). The spiritual leaders
(the “shamans’ or “priests”) of those pre-Christian, and
very early Christian cultures, would lower themselves into
the 5 sided chamber and go into a deep meditative state.
This would be done at specific astrological times. Using
the chamber in this way would amplify their communications
with other “priests” and “shamans” around the world - as
well as spirit guides, ancestors, and the angelic realms.
There are also supporting legends that the wizard Merlin
(who lived and practiced in Glastonbury) was a survivor
of the Atlantian Empire.
the legends of the “Sacred Chalice” or “Holy Grail” hidden
in Glastonbury - in Chalice Well - actually refer to an
ancient crystal skull that was kept in that sub-terranian
Well is one of Britain’s most ancient holy wells, nestling
in the Valley of Avalon between the famous Glastonbury Tor
and Chalice Hill. For over two thousand years it has been
a place of documented pilgrimage where people have gathered
to drink the waters and find peace, healing and inspiration.
The Chalice Well, also known as the Red Spring, is situated
at the foot of Glastonbury Tor, in the town of Glastonbury
in the county of Somerset, England, UK.
image above is the design that graces the lid of Chalice
Well. It was designed in the 1800’s by archaeologist Bligh
Bond, who received visions of this design as he was working
on the grounds. It depicts the Vesica Pisces, a symbol of
the divine feminine, coupled with the masculine form of
Excalibur, the sword of the legendary King Arthur, who is
believed to be buried at Glastonbury on the Abbey grounds.
wellspring at Glastonbury is considered to be one of England’s
most Holy sites. The well itself dates back beyond 2,000
years, and was sacred to the ancient indigenous Pagans and
later the new Christians who eventually built an abbey near
the site of the well. Today, Chalice Well is a place of
pilgrimage for all faiths, many of whom believe the red,
iron rich water has healing and miraculous properties. The
vesica Pisces theme is repeated in the shape of the pool
at the base of the hill, where the water from the spring