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Glastonbury Chalice Well Gardens

I stepped into the water without forethought. As I did, I lifted the heavy skirts I wore, feeling such great joy. Then I realized I wore capris, and had just stepped back into time for a moment.

Chalice Well Gardens at night

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Steps on the Sacred Spiral: The Goddess in Glastonbury-- Chalice Well

Red Spring at Chalice Well, Photo by Kaliani Devinne, Copyright 2013

Chalice Well, Glastonbury by jackiesjottings, via Flickr Pinned via flickriver, when I saw this I had forgotten it was one of my own photos

Chalice Well, Glastonbury by jackiesjottings, via Flickr Pinned via flickriver, when I saw this I had forgotten it was one of my own photos

Sacred waters of the Chalice Well. The Chalice Well is among the best known and most loved holy wells in Britain. Many legends are attributed to its chalybeate waters, which flow ceaselessly at a steady rate and temperature that never varies. Not least among these is that they represent the blood of Christ miraculously springing forth from the ground when Joseph of Arimathea buried or washed the cup used at the Last Supper. Distance from Shaftesbury to Glastonbury is 36 miles.

The Chalice Well is among the best known & most loved holy wells in Britain & has gained a Silver for Green Tourism award.

Glastonbury...the Chalice Well..Pilgrims have been coming here since the 1500's....

The top of the Vesica Piscis pool

The Chalice Well, Glastonbury, England  Also known as ‘The Well of Avalon’.  Archaeological evidence suggests that the well has been in almost constant use for at least two thousand years. Water issues from the spring at a rate of 25,000 gallons per day and has never failed, even during drought. The water is believed to possess healing qualities. The Well is however popular with all faiths and in 2001 became a World Peace Garden

onetwistedpixie: “ The Chalice Well, Glastonbury, England Also known as ‘The Well of Avalon’. Archaeological evidence suggests that the well has been in almost constant use for at least two thousand.

The Zyne Legacy Contemporary Fantasy Books - reincarnating witches, demon shifters, soul-sucking wraiths, and elemental mysteries. // Chalice Well cover by Verity Smart on Flickr

The Zyne Legacy Contemporary Fantasy Books - reincarnating witches, demon shifters, soul-sucking wraiths, and elemental mysteries. // Chalice Well cover by Verity Smart on Flickr

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