Storm Angus in Wales…and Numerosymbology

Some photos and footage of the tail-end of Storm Angus at Cym-yr-Eglwys, in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Followed by a brief outline of the Numerosymbology.

Somehow, some content is missing. The mention of ‘as above, so below’ referred to the storms and earthquakes occurring in the world. Prevalently air and water in storms, with a little fire in the form of lightning. The most active elements currently are earth, water and air. It is likely that fire, in some aspect, will soon come to match them.

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News and Features

6th September: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

A dragon’s treasure
A walk to the beach followed by a walk to the waterfall

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A Strange and Beautiful Land

‘Gwlad Hud a Lledrith’

…thus was how the suite of 11 (12 -one is lost) Welsh folk tales, The Mabinogion, described the county of Pembrokeshire. Translated into English it means, The Land of Mystery and Enchantment.

 

http://www.timelessmyths.com/celtic/mabinogion.html

 

It is a beautiful land of stunning vistas, and vast and wild lonely places; and from the whispering timeless ‘Stones’ to its magnificent cathedral, St. David’s, its anciently appreciated sanctity persists.

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