Sunday, 23 June 2013

The Sacred Sound of the Virgin's Nipple

There is a fundamental human need to create sacred spaces where sound reverberates to commune with the ancestors and gives praise to the Divine. Ancient people recognized the importance of sound and sought out resonant caves to perform rituals. Modern-day temples and cathedrals were built to enhance sound and music.

The uncapped pink granite dolmen atop the Virgin’s Nipple is a sacred place built to hear ourselves and Spirit more clearly as the Earth Goddess’s nipple is stimulated by the rotation of motor traffic.

The circle of stimulation is enhanced by the natural healing radioactivity of the stones. Sound and structure are simply different manifestations of the same universal mathematical constants creating a relationship between the seen and the unseen worlds within and around us. Out of this vibratory field comes an awakening and quickening of spiritual consciousness.

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