Mon, 27 Nov|
New Forest National Park
Spiritual and ancestral pilgrimage
Join me for a series of walks through autumn to walk the lands of ancestors and sit in the energy of spiritual and liminal spaces. If you love your folklore, energetic portals, or love to hug a tree, these walks are for you! Find more details below.
Time & Location
27 Nov, 10:00
New Forest National Park, United Kingdom
About the event
All the walks have an energetic pull through folklore, strange sightings or energetic portals and sacred sites. And are all arranged on full or new moons, just to add to the energetics of these spaces.
The first walk at Emery Down on 14th October. The ancient trees of this wild woodland bears etchings from bygone times, witches, and intention setters.
The second walk 28th October is at Abbotswell. To visit the sacred well, along with the energetic pull of hasley and Latchmore. Steeped in folklore, barrows and the site of a hunting lodge.
The third walk on the 13th November will be at Ibsley common. This walk will visit the Moyles oak and pass Alice Lisles previous house, where she is still often seen being taken along the road in the carriage she was taken in to Winchester in to be hung. We will walk a hollow way and up onto Ibsley common to visit the huff duff where strange goings on have been reported.
Fourth walk on 27th November is the smugglers walk. Walking in the footsteps of smuggling life. And spending time in the magical Ridley wood before going to the hollow way where illegal smuggling markets were held.
The final walk on the 12th December, we will visit the enchanted wood of puckpits. When walking through the two ancient beech trees into this woodland, it feels as if you have past through a portal into a magical land full of elementals. There must be something in the name?? There is a lot of honour in the land here where prominent people want to rest and be remembered.
The cost is £15 per walk, or £12.50 per walk if you book all five together. Contact me for more details or RSVP to book.
I will offer another series of these walks in the spring. Visiting East Boldre, the home of the Stratford lion sightings.
Godshill, the site of a hillfort and liminal spaces.
Breamore, the site of the Mizmaze and giants grave barrows.
Wilverley, the site of the legendary naked man tree, which was once a hanging tree, but now a site for witches ceremonies.
And finally Lyndhurst, the resting place of a dragon. A site of barrows and evidence of ancient commoning ways.