My apologies for the lack of posts. I’m currently very busy with personal stuff and this may take a while. Besides an impending lack of broadband, my laptop needs some repairs or possibly, replacement. This is likely to extend the amount of time I’m off line but I’ll do my best to update as often as possible. – Ellis
“Salve Regina!” “It is our Lady” “Lo! it is Venus, and she sits upon many waters yonder.”
In the newsletter, which I sent out (12th August 2008) to notify this new article to members, I wrote about
how other, obviously connected, significant workings are underway in this ancient city of Oxford at locations just outside the old city walls and at its cardinal points. (I’ve added more.)
This is a re-formatted article that was on my former website. It was part of a larger article on Oxford published in August 2008.
Here glow the lamps,
And teaspoons clatter to the cosy hum
Of scientific circles…
Authorities recently sanctioned the public release (through the Oxford Mail, on Isis Day, 17th July, 2008) of the astonishing news that a huge henge, measuring at least 150 metres diameter, had been discovered less than half a mile to the north of Carfax, at the centre of Oxford. The massive megalithic site, far bigger than Stonehenge, had been realised, they claim, when builders were preparing land behind houses in St Giles for the new ‘Kendrew Quadrangle’ development by St John’s College.