Borrowdale yews and suspected Druidic monument

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Sciethe
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Borrowdale yews and suspected Druidic monument

Postby Sciethe » 22 May 2013, 18:50

Hi all,
finally finished this work, and we'd be really pleased to get some views. Very happy to discuss/debate. :)

http://www.druidry.org/library/sacred-s ... borrowdale

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Sciethe
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Re: Borrowdale yews and suspected Druidic monument

Postby Kris Hughes » 23 May 2013, 03:23

That was quite a read! I really appreciate all the hard work which went into this. I am particularly fond of Cumbria, so I found this very moving. Thank you!
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Re: Borrowdale yews and suspected Druidic monument

Postby Sciethe » 27 May 2013, 18:03

That was quite a read! I really appreciate all the hard work which went into this. I am particularly fond of Cumbria, so I found this very moving. Thank you!
Really glad you were moved. It takes a certain kind of mind to see past the facts, diagrams and argument to the soul of the thing. :shake:
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