Tag: white horse stone
Members of Fylfot Hearth of the Odinic Rite gather at the WHS each year for their Yule ritual. The following video gives some excerpts from this years gathering.
Inspired by the fantastic work put in by the Guardians of the White Horse Stone, Freys Beacon Hearth AOR have set up our own “Guardians” group, which will keep the area of The Forest of Bowland in Lancashire clear of litter and rubbish. The forest is an area of outstanding natural beauty and is the spiritual […]
The Valley of Visions is a 2.5 million National Lottery funded project for the Medway Gap. The project touches the White Horse Stone and other Megaliths in the area so if you are interested in our folks heritage, you might want to check out the official website, though it does appear incomplete at this stage. […]
We had heard that there was a project called the Valley of Visions but little information could be found about this, however in September we were contacted by Richard Haynes of the Kent Downs AONB Unit. Richard is the Landscape, Heritage and Access officer for the Valley of Visions project and so has a direct […]
This is a short video clip of me “playing” the White Horse Stone through a hole that runs from front to rear.
The White Horse Stone is a sarsen megalith (standing stone) situated off the Pilgrim’s Way in Blue Bell Hill near Aylesford, Kent, England. Standing at 1.65m high, 2.9m long and just over half a meter thick this sarsen stone is thought to have originally been part of a Neolithic chamber tomb along with other stones […]