The Megalithic Cornwall Tour, 16 - 20 May, will spend 4 nights at Rosemerryn near Land’s End, with ancient on-site 'Fogue', the tour with hosts Glenn and Cameron Broughton and Hugh Newman will explore the haunted landscape of West Penwith with visits to Carn-les-Boel, Holy wells, Fogous, Stone Circles, Menhirs and St. Michael’s Mount, plus The Hurlers and Cheesewring on Bodmin Moor. Includes dowsing the Michael/Mary Lines and Apollo/Athena lines crossing points. Tour includes 4-nights B&B, coach travel, expert guidance, optional dowsing classes and more.
"The development of science is everywhere determined by the cosmological ideas of the time. The modern approach to cosmology is physical and analytical and our science is directed accordingly; but the science of the megalith builders was required to deal with a different state of affairs, a world populated by gods, spirits and the shades of the dead. In these circumstances the best advantage is to be gained by magic. This was certainly the practice of the megalith builders, and it must therefore be in terms of the magical tradition that their monuments are studied. Yet magic in its practical aspect can not be an object of serious academic research by the current methods, partly because the cosmological view to which it relates is quite different from that now established, and partly because of the personal demands it makes on its students. Thus it is that archaeology, which aspires to the status of a science in the modern, materialistic sense of the word, is ill equipped to investigate the stone instruments of the earlier, more comprehensive system, whose secrets can not be excavated along with the bones and potsherds, but must be sought through study of the megalithic scene as a whole." 
NOTE: You must either sign-up for the Dartmoor Stone Circles and Avenues Tour on Wednesday 16th May, departing from Glastonbury 8am, which includes a five-hour walk around the incredible landscape of megalithic Dartmoor, Devon, visiting stone circles, megalithic avenues, menhirs and tracking earth energies, OR alternatively make your own way to meet the coach for the Megalithic Cornwall Tour at Dartmoor at 6pm. The Megalithic Cornwall tour will be returning to Glastonbury via Dartmoor on 20th May.
Wednesday 16th May
Travel up from Dartmoor for early evening arrival at Rosemerryn B&B at Lamorna in West Penwith, Cornwall. visit to Boleigh fogou.
|Boscawen-un stone circle|
Start day with visit to Carn-les-Boel where the Michael & Mary energy currents first come ashore, Boscawen-un stone circle and Sancreed Holy Well.
Friday 18th May
Visit to the Merry Maidens stone circle and St Michael’s Mount.
Saturday 19th May
Visit to iron age settlement at Carn Euny, then Ballowall Barrow, Men-an-tol holed stone, and the dolmens of Lanyon Quoit and Zennor Quoit
Return to Glastonbury via Bodmin Moor, visiting the Hurlers and the Cheesewring.
"Having begun with the modest proposal to investigate the old stones near Land's End, we have come inevitably to face the grand propsect of seeking initiation into the secrets of the ancient world" 
See Megalithomania website for full details
25 Years of Cornish Earth Mysteries
Meyn Mamvro, the magazine of ancient stones and sacred sites in Cornwall, which has been published regularly 3 times a year since 1986, has reached its 25th Anniversary. Meyn Mamvro No.77 Winter/Spring 2012 focuses largely on the fogou, one of prehistory's most fascinating sites.
The 25th Anniversary issue includes a reprint of an article from the initial issue entitled ’The Riddle of the Fogous’, by Craig Wetherhill, followed by an article ‘Into the Underworld’, discussing 25 Years of Fogou Research. Other articles feature Pendeen Fogou, Boscaswell Fogou and Lower Boscaswell Holy Well, in addition to other sites in the area. There is also an in-depth look at Boleigh Fogou.
In 1989 Meyn Mamvro formed the Cornish Earth Mysteries Group, studying the ancient sites of Cornwall, such as standing stones, stone circles, dolmens, fogous, holy wells and crosses, including alignments, ley paths and anomalous energies at sacred sites. The inaugural committee consisted of Carol Bishop, Paul and Charla Devereux, David and Dorothy Haynes, Andy Norfolk and Cheryl Straffon.
Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network (CASPN)
The Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network is a voluntary organisation consisting of representatives from organisations with an interest in looking after the ancient sites, including Meyn Mamvro, whose editor Cheryl Straffon is chair of the Group.
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1. Quotations from John Michell, The Old Stones of Land's End, Garnstone Press, 1974