Issues 60 – 69

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Part One

  • Abercynafon, Brecon Beacons, Wales neolithic water shrine 64/2-3
  • Access issues 60/4, 62/22ff
  • Achille Lauro 62/2
  • Adel, W. Yorks. 61/14
  • Affetside, Lancs. 69/12ff
  • Airmyn, E. Yorks. 60/12
  • Aislaby, N. Yorks. 66/12
  • Alien beasts (see also cats, Loch Ness) 60/6
  • Alignments 63/20ff, 67/11ff, 67/22, 68/11ff pits 60/8ff horizon markers 60/14ff lunar 60/14ff astronomical
  • 65/18 Rochdale castles 66/5 in Japan 66/15ff,20ff equinoctial 66/20ff nodes 67/11ff Anglesey 67/19-20
  • Altered states 65/4,14
  • Ancient measurement 67/22 megalithic yard 63/23
  • Angels on a pin 63/26, 64/23, 68/15
  • Anglesey, Wales 67/19
  • Armit, Ian The Archaeology of Skye & the Western Isles 67/25
  • Armstrong, Ted ‘Northern Earth Moot ’94’ 61/22-3
  • Arncliffe, N. Yorks. 60/13
  • Arnsett, Lancs. 60/13
  • Arthur 65/6,11 sleeping king sites 60/3
  • Ascension day 62/31
  • Ashmore, P.J. Neolithic & Bronze Age Scotland 69/31
  • Astrology 61/28ff
  • Astronomical alignments (see also alignments)
  • Astronomy 65/18-9
  • Attunement to landscape, sites, etc. 64/18ff
  • Audio tape 61/25, 63/27, 64/27
  • Australia 61/27, 64/2, 68/5 lines in desert 60/5 most ancient tools, art 68/5
  • Avebury, Wilts. damage 67/3 barrow in henge 66/6
  • Awen 61/12, 64/28
  • Badsworth, W. Yorks. henge 67/5
  • Ballafreer, Isle of Man fertility stone 64/10
  • Balquhain stone circle, Grampian, Scotland 69/26
  • Bamburgh, Northumb. 65/11
  • Barbrook stone circle, Peak District , derbys. 68/2
  • Baring-Gould, Sabine Myths of the Niddle Ages 68/28
  • Barnaby, N. Yorks. 66/11,12
  • Barrowford, Lancs carved heads 60/4
  • Bartle 67/31
  • Beamish, Northumb. 68/2
  • Bearnshaw Tower, Cliviger, Lancs. 67/7ff
  • Beckensall, Stan 61/23, 63/3
  • Beech, Guy letter 64/26
  • Beetham, Cumbria 68/21 Fairy Steps/ straight track 60/13
  • Belgium 66/27, 68/7ff Spa 64/12
  • Bell (Wade’s Wife) 65/7ff, 66/11ff
  • Bell Track, Somerset wooden goddess figure 67/16
  • Beltany Tops stone circle Beltane alignment 61/18
  • Bennett, Paul ‘Recent Fieldwork on Midgley Moor’ (with John Billingsley) 65/15ff
  • Berlitz, Charles The Bermuda Triangle, Mysteries From Forgotten Worlds 67/30 The Mystery of Atlantis
  • 68/32
  • Beth, Rae Reincarnation & the Dark Goddess 66/28
  • Billingsley, John ‘Taking the Waters In Old Leeds’ 61/13ff; 61/22; ‘Stone of Life, Stone of Death…’, 62/7ff, 63/15ff; ‘Sacred Landscape at Loch Finlaggan’ 62/18ff; ‘Boulsworth Hill – Keep Out!’ 62/22ff; ‘Landscape As Theme’ 62/27ff; ‘Recent Fieldwork on Midgley Moor’ 65/15ff; ‘Lines of Insight – a tribute to Kurozumi Hideo’ 66/15ff; ‘Kibitsuhiko Vanquishes Ura’ 66/16; ‘Ura’s Posthumous Integration’ 66/17; ‘The General Election – What’s In It For Us?’ 69/21ff
  • Binsey, Oxon. 64/11
  • Bird Well, Kirkby Overblow, N. Yorks. 68/25
  • Birthing stones 62/8ff
  • Black dog 69/4, 69/7ff
  • Blakeley Raise, Cumbria 60/14
  • Blakey Topping, N. Yorks. 66/12
  • Blawearie, Northumb. 63/3
  • Bloody Stone, Newton-le-Willows, Lancs. 65/4
  • Boheh Stone, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland 63/8
  • Bonnybridge, Scotland 63/3
  • Bord, Janet & Colin The Enchanted Land 62/26
  • Boroughbridge, N. Yorks. 69/15ff
  • Boulsworth Hill, Lancs. 62/22ff
  • Bowen, Dewi Ancient Siluria 63/28
  • Bowers, Alan letter 64/27
  • Bowland access 60/4
  • Boxgrove, Sussex 65/4
  • Bracken, Gerry 61/23, 63/6ff, 64/3
  • Braddock, J.R. letter 66/26
  • Bradley, Richard 65/13
  • Brandon, Co. Durham 66/23ff
  • Brenneman, Walter & Mary Crossing the Circle at the Holy Wells of Ireland 66/29-30
  • Bride Stone, Fours, Provence, France 64/8
  • Bride’s Chair, Wharton, Lancs. fertility stone 64/8
  • Bride’s Well, Corgarff, Aberdeensh. fertility well 64/11
  • Bridestones, Todmorden, Lancs./W. Yorks. 64/5, 65/4
  • Brimham Rocks, N. Yorks. 69/6
  • Broadhurst, Paul Tintagel & the Arthurian Mythos 63/30
  • Broddenbjerg, Jutland, Denmark wooden god figure 67/19 (illus)
  • Bronze making 66/23ff
  • Brothers’ Stones, Brotherstone Hill, Borders 61/11
  • Bryn Celli Ddu, Anglesey, Wales 67/19
  • Buckden, N. Yorks. 60/13
  • Bulls carvings 60/15, 62/22ff
  • Burl, Aubrey A Guide to the Stone Circles of Britain, Ireland & Brittany 62/24
  • Burning of Bartle 67/31
  • Butler, Adele 61/27
  • Buxton, Derbys. 64/13, 67/21
  • Cairnpapple Hill, Lothian, Scotland 60/15, 61/20, 67/20
  • Caldecott, Moyra Mythical Journeys, Legendary Quests 68/30
  • Callanish 61/28ff, Bronze Age barrow 65/2
  • Calthwaite, Cumbria 68/20
  • Cambridge cat 69/4
  • Camelon, Falkirk, Scotland as Camelot 65/6
  • Cana henge, N. Yorks. 69/18
  • Candle Hill, Old Rayne, Grampian, Scotland 69/26
  • Canker Well, Leeds 61/15
  • Canna, Hebrides 6th-cent. chapel 61/2
  • Carlingwark 60/14
  • Castleton, N. Yorks. 60/9
  • Cats 60/6, 62/2, 63/3, 64/2, 65/2, 68/4, 69/4, 7ff mummified 62/2
  • Catterick, N. Yorks. Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Roman ampitheatre, sacred landscape 64/3
  • Caves ritual in 60/5, 69/2
  • Celtic rites (see also Druids) 66/2,3
  • Celtic deities Maponus 61/17 Mountain gods 60/15 Lugh 61/18,20 Crom Cruaich 61/18 Crom Dubh
  • 61/19,21 Macha 61/20 Belatucadros 61/20 wooden figure, Broddenbjerg, Jutland 67/19
  • Celts (word-search also Iron Age, Romano-British) 61/17ff, 66/3, sculpture 67/2 groves 67/15ff, 68/26
  • Cerne Abbas giant 60/4, 64/10
  • Chapman, Craig ‘Moons, Saddles & Mountains’ 60/14ff; ‘Druids & Stone Circles’ 61/17ff; ‘Sacred Groves
  • of Britain’ 67/15ff, 68/16ff
  • Charlton, Diane letters 61/27, 69/27
  • Cheltenham, Glos. 64/2
  • Chiddingstone, Kent 67/13
  • Christianity 61/6, 69/6
  • Chuen, Master Lam Kam The Feng Shui Handbook 65/28
  • Churn Milk Joan, Midgley Moor, W. Yorks. 65/15,16; 66/2
  • Clarke, Caroline Anna Maria The Celtic Quest for the Grail 63/31
  • Clarke, David ‘The Ambiguous ‘Head’ 62/13ff; A Guide to Britain’s Pagan Heritage 64/29 Twilight of the Celtic Gods 67/26
  • Clava Cairns, Inverness, Scotland 67/3
  • Cleaven Dyke, Tayside, Scotland 60/2, 69/18
  • Cleveland Hills, N. Yorks. 60/8ff
  • Climate 6th cent. CE 60/4, 61/3
  • Clitheroe, Lancs. earth light 63/12
  • Cliviger, Lancs. 67/7ff
  • Clochmabenstane, Gretna, Dumfries, Scotland 61/17
  • Collins, Andy Alien Energy 61/35-6
  • Colmer, Michael Napoleon’s Book of Fate 61/35; Aztec Astrology 62/26
  • Colombia Sierra 64/5
  • Commondale, N. Yorks. 60/9
  • Continuity site 66/3, 69/2
  • Conway, Angela Dark Tales of Old Cheshire 61/31
  • Cook, Captain as Lono 63/18
  • Corbridge, Northumb. 61/17
  • Corleck, Co Cavan 61/17
  • Corpse ways 60/11ff, 61/6, 65/21ff, 68/20ff
  • Cottingley, W. Yorks. 65/6
  • Coverham, N. Yorks. 61/25
  • Cow Stone, Brotherstone Hill, Borders 61/11
  • Cresswell Crags, Derbys. 65/3-4
  • Croagh Patrick, Co. Mayo, Ireland 61/23, 63/6ff, Bronze Age settlement, 12th cent. oratory 64/3
  • Cromwell, Oliver 67/4
  • Crop circles 66/7ff, 69/28
  • Cropton Forest, N. Yorks. 66/31
  • Crosby, Cumbria Bronze Age site 60/3
  • Cross-ridge boundary 60/9
  • Crow Hill, Trawden, Lancs. 62/22
  • Crows 69/28 toolmakers 65/6
  • Cruz-Moquhan dolmen, Carnac, Brittany, France fertility stone 64/9
  • Cuddy Well, Leeds 61/14
  • Culsamond stone circle 69/26
  • Cup & ring marks 61/23, 62/8, 63/6ff, 64/18, 65/13ff,15; 67/2 location 65/13ff Hawaii 62/7ff, 63/15ff
  • Ireland 63/6ff
  • Cursus 69/15ff
  • Daliburgh, South Uist stone circle 63/2
  • Danby Rigg, N. Yorks. 60/8,9
  • Darwen, Norman ‘Egg-Rolling at Avenham Park, Preston’ 69/25
  • Davies, David letter 64/28
  • Davis, Courtney The Art of Celtia 61/34 King Arthur’s Return 63/31, 68/32 Celtic Ornament 67/28 The Celtic Image 67/28
  • Death rites – see Funerary rites
  • Dene Park, Kent 67/11
  • Derby Bronze Age treasure 61/4
  • Devereux, Paul Secrets of Ancient & Sacred Places 66/28
  • Devil’s Arrows, Boroughbridge, N. Yorks. 69/19ff
  • Dilworth, Steve, artist 65/23ff, 66/25
  • Dixon-Kennedy, Mike Arthurian Myth & Legend 64/32 Celtic Myth & Legend; an A-Z 67/26
  • Doll Tor stone circle, Derbys. 61/3
  • Dove, River 60/9
  • Dragons (see also folklore) 61/5, 62/32, 67/3
  • Driffield, E. Yorks. 65/5-6
  • Drogheda, Ireland 63/5
  • Dronfield, Jeremy 65/14
  • Druids 61/17ff, 62/32, 64/2
  • Drumanagh, Ireland Roman fort 67/3
  • Drury, Neville Shamanism 68/30
  • Dun Aengus, Inishmore, Co. Galway, Ireland Bronze Age/Iron Age fort 65/2-3
  • Eagle’s Crag, Cliviger, Lancs. 67/7ff
  • Eaglestone Flat, Derbys. Bronze Age cemetery, cairns 62/5 Eagle Stone 62/5
  • Earth lights 61/2, 63/11ff (photo), 66/27 Japan 64/4 Belgium 66/27
  • Earth tremors (see also seismic activity) 61/2, 64/4, 65/5, 67/6, 68/5
  • Easington, N. Yorks 60/8,9
  • East Chisenbury, Wilts. ritual midden termination rite 66/5
  • Easter Aquhorthies stone circle, Grampian, Scotland 69/26
  • Easter 69/25
  • Edinburgh, Scotland Arthur’s Seat 62/4 King’s park fertility stone 64/9 earthquake 68/5
  • Egton, N. Yorks. 60/9
  • Egypt Pyramids 61/4 treasure-hunter 64/2 Pharos 65/2
  • Ellerburn, N. Yorks 60/12
  • Ellerswood, N. Yorks. engraved figure 62/8, 63/23
  • Entoptic imagery 63/22-3, 65/14
  • Environment 64/2,25; 68/6, 69/3 lawyer 69/4
  • Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology Newsletter, Kansas, USA 65/29
  • Esk, River 60/9
  • Eskdale, Cumbria 68/20
  • Excarnation 68/2, 69/2
  • Eyebright Well, Leeds 61/14-15
  • Fairies 65/6, fenoderee 66/7ff
  • Farndale 60/9
  • Farrar, Janet & Stewart The Pagan Path 64/31 The Witches’ Goddess 66/29
  • Feng-shui 63/5
  • Ferrybridge, W. Yorks. continuity from Neolithic to celtic to Anglo-saxon ritual site 66/3
  • Finlaggan, Islay 61/4, 62/18ff
  • Fire, oldest 63/5
  • Flag Fen Bronze Age site, Cambs. 67/4
  • Flowers Meadowsweet 61/3
  • Folk customs 69/29 hobby horse 62/32 cheese-rolling 64/2, 68/3 Driffield scrambling 65/5-6 Hawick Common Riding 68/4 morris 68/5 Nakizumo, Japan 68/23 egg-rolling 69/25
  • Folklore (see also folk customs) term 65/10 dragons 61/5, 62/32, 67/3 brothers slay each other 61/11 St George 61/7ff Irish builder in India 62/3 snakes 62/3 contemporary legends 62/3-4, 64/2 anthropologists 62/4 turning stone 62/5, 65/16 manhood rite 62/5,10 birth 62/10, 64/7ff photography & bad luck 62/10 fertility 64/7ff, 65/26, 66/27 pig 65/3 fishermen 65/3 performance folklore 64/2, 65/3 wishing stone,well 65/16, 67/5 spilt milk 65/16 plague stone/pennystone 65/16 witch of Eagle Crag 67/7ff coin deposition 67/5, 68/14 terms for collecting wood 68/14 millstone rolling 69/26
  • Ford, Nick letter 66/25
  • Fort William, Scotland Glen Nevis Wishing Stone 63/2
  • foundation rite skull 66/2 dog 66/2
  • France 60/15, 63/5, 67/29 rock art 61/4, 63/4-5 Alaise 62/30 fertility stones 64/8ff
  • Freeborough Hill, N. Yorks. 66/12
  • Freya 63/26
  • Fuller, John G. The Ghost of Flight 401 68/31
  • Funerary rites Bronze Age 61/3, 68/24
  • Gardoms Edge, Peak District 67/2
  • Geomancy Saxon church alignment 64/24
  • Germany 61/6, 67/29 Celtic statue 66/2
  • Ghost Shirt 63/3
  • Ghosts 62/5, 65/2, 67/22-3, 68/5 dog 69/4
  • Gipton Spa, Leeds 61/14
  • Glaisdale, N. Yorks. 60/9
  • Glauburg, Germany Celtic statue 66/2
  • Glen Nevis Wishing Stone, Fort William 63/2
  • Glenkiln Reservoir, Dumfries Moore sculptures 62/6
  • Gloucester cheese-rolling 68/3
  • Gold resources 62/3
  • Goldsborough, N. Yorks. 65/7
  • Grampian, Scotland (see also sites in Aberdeenshire) 64/14-5 rolling sun 69/26
  • Grasmere, Cumbria 68/20
  • Great Ayton, N. Yorks. cairn 64/16-7
  • Green man 61/26, 62/30
  • Greenwood Stone, Midgley Moor, W. Yorks. 65/15
  • Griffiths, Bill Meet the Dragon 67/25
  • Grinton, N. Yorks. 60/12
  • Grotesques 61/26, 62/30
  • Hadrian’s Wall 61/17
  • Haigh, Mike ‘The case of the Segmented Embanked Pit Alignments’ 60/8 ff; 61/22; ‘Northern Lights’ 63/11ff; ‘Rites of passage – rock art in Sweden’ 63/22; ‘The Tailed cairn of Great Ayton’ 64/16ff; ‘Middle Saxon Church Alignments’ 64/24; ‘The Tale of Wade, Folk-hero of Northern England’ 65/7ff, 66/11ff; ‘Rock Round-Up’ 65/13ff; ‘Lastingham Church’ 67/23ff; ‘Death & Burial in the Bronze Age’ 68/24; ‘Northern Ritual landscapes 2 – The Swale-Ure Confluence Pt. 1’ 69/15ff
  • Hall, John L. ‘The Mower in Man’ 66/7ff
  • Hallam, Elizabeth Gods & Goddesses 68/31
  • Hapton Tower, Lancs. 67/7ff
  • Harding, Mike ‘In Search of the Green Man’ 61/26
  • Hares 69/2
  • Harris, Isle of 61/28ff, 63/2
  • Harris, Gordon ‘Spokes in the Wheel’ 63/20ff; ‘The Cross-Roads Signs’ 67/11ff; ‘Making Tracks’ 68/11ff;
  • letters 65/26, 66/25
  • Harte, Jeremy ‘To Be A Joyful Mother of Children’ 64/7ff; letter 64/27
  • Hawaii 62/7ff, 63/15ff
  • Hawick, Borders, Scotland 68/4
  • Hay, C.S. ‘Some Observations on Prehistoric Sites in the North of England’ 63/24-5 letters 65/26, 67/22
  • Hayfield, Derbys. 69/8
  • Hayton, Cumbria 68/21
  • Heads 66/2, 68/2, 69/12ff carved heads 60/6, 61/22, 63/10, 67/4 at wells 61/14, 62/32 at megalithic sites 61/18 Ireland 61/18, 63/5 tricephalic 61/18 Green Man 61/26, 62/30 theft 62/6 in placenames 62/11ff, 64/27 mummified 63/5 Catholic 63/5 animal heads 62/13ff, 64/27 votive skull 66/2 in pit 66/2 on gates 66/2
  • headhunting in modern times 66/2-3, 68/2 skulls 66/2, 69/12ff
  • Hebden Bridge, W. Yorks. 69/6 earth lights 63/11ff
  • Hebrides 6th-cent. chapel 61/2 Iron Age village, Great Bernera 67/2
  • Henges 61/19-20, 66/3, 67/5,19; 69/16ff alignments 60/14ff Celtic use of 66/3
  • Heptonstall, W. Yorks. 62/2
  • Heselton, Philip The Secret Places of the Goddess 64/30; Earth Mysteries 64/30
  • Hewland, Anne ‘In Search of Sybil’ 66/7ff
  • Heysham, Lancs. labyrinth 67/3
  • Hill figures Cerne giant 60/4, 64/10 Uffington white horse 62/2
  • Hitler, Adolf carved head 60/6
  • Holbeck Spa, Leeds 61/14
  • Hole of Horcum, N. Yorks. 66/12
  • Holland Kopse Hof Bronze Age ritual site 63/2, 64/27 Muggenberg Constellation Pits 65/18
  • Horns 60/14ff. See also Saddle landform
  • Hovingham, N. Yorks. alignments & N. Yorks. churches 67/22
  • Howmore, South Uist, Scotland Clan Ranald stone 63/2, 64/3
  • Huddersfield, W. Yorks. UFO 65/6
  • Hull, E. Yorks. 65/3
  • Hunmanby, N. Yorks. 60/11
  • Hutton Cranswick, E. Yorks. 60/12
  • Hutton, Ronald The Stations of the Sun 69/29
  • Hutton Moor henge, N. Yorks. 69/18
  • Ice Mummy 65/4
  • Ickford, Bucks. fertility stool 64/7
  • Ilkley, W. Yorks. White Wells 60/2, 62/5 Backstone Circle 60/3 Badger Stone & fertility 64/12 Bradup
  • stone circle 66/13
  • Indo-European languages 60/2
  • Ingleby Greenhow, N. Yorks 60/9
  • Ingleby, Derbys. Viking cemetery 69/5
  • Iraq Babylonian ziggurat 61/4
  • Ireland 61/18ff,23; 62/3, 63/5, 64/3, 65/3,14; 68/3 Roman fort 67/3
  • Israel 67/2
  • Italy cave ritual 60/5 exhibitionist/sheela, Milan 63/26 ice mummy 65/4
  • James, David The Celtic Image 67/28 Celtic Connections 69/30
  • Japan 68/22,30 ‘pet’ bottles 63/3 geomantic imperialism 63/5 snap-happy tourists 64/2 earth lights 64/4 golf
  • goddess 65/5 alignments 66/15ff
  • Jinx Achille Lauro 62/2 stone 63/19 Clan Ranald stone 64/3
  • Kannon 65/5
  • Keeping, Jane photo 63/14
  • Kerloas, Brittany, France fertility stone 64/9
  • Keston, Kent 67/12ff
  • Killucluggen stone circle, Co. Cavan 61/19
  • Kirkby Overblow, N. Yorks. 68/25
  • Kirkham Abbey 60/11
  • Kirkoswald, Cumbria 68/20
  • Kirton of Bourtie, Grampian, Scotland 69/26
  • Kit Hill, Cornwall 67/18, 69/27
  • Knight, Chris The Hiram Key 67/30
  • Knowth, passage grave, Ireland 68/3
  • Kogi Indians, Colombia 64/5
  • Kuroda, Akiko 66/20ff
  • Kurozumi, Hideo 65/6, 66/15ff,20ff
  • Kwan Yin 65/5
  • labyrinths 67/3,6
  • Lad Law, Boulsworth Hill 62/22
  • Lambton Worm, Co. Durham 61/5
  • Lancelot 65/11
  • Landscape art 65/23ff
  • Landscape geometry 66/26
  • Langdale, Cumbria 68/20
  • Langstrothdale, N. Yorks. 60/13
  • Larkman, Brian 61/23
  • Lastingham, N. Yorks. 67/22ff, 68/27
  • Lawrence, Richard Journey into Supermind 68/29
  • Leeds, W. Yorks. wells 61/13ff
  • Lewis, Isle of, Scotland 61/28ff
  • Leybourne, Susan 61/6
  • Lios stone circle, Ireland 61/19
  • Liskeard, Cornwall 64/11
  • Litton, N. Yorks. 60/13
  • Loanhead of Daviot stone circle, Grampian, Scotland 69/26
  • Loch Ness, Scotland 64/2
  • Lockwood, N. Yorks. 60/9
  • Lomas, Robert The Hiram Key 67/30
  • Longstone Rake, Derbys. 68/2, 69/2
  • Lono, Hawaiian rain god 63/18
  • Low-frequency noise 65/52
  • Luddenden, W. Yorks. spa well 61/13 can tree 64/2
  • Lughnasad 61/19, 64/4
  • Lydney, Glos. 62/2
  • MacLellan, Alec The Lost World of Agharti 67/29
  • Magic 61/25 in Mexico 65/5 in Japan 68/22
  • Maidstone, Kent 64/11
  • Man, Isle of fertility wells 64/10-1 fenoderee 66/7ff
  • Manchester Black dog 69/4
  • Mars 63/20ff
  • Marshall, Allan In The Beginning & Later 67/29
  • Matthews, John King Arthur & the Grail Quest 61/31-2, 65/31 Merlin Through the Ages 63/30 The Unknown Arthur 64/32 Merlin Through the Ages 65/30 King Arthur’s Britain 66/30 Myths of the Middle Ages (ed) 68/28 The Druid Source Book 68/28
  • May, Isle of, Fife, Scotland 69/2
  • May, Jo Fogou 69/32
  • Mayburgh henge, Cumbria 61/20
  • Mazes – see labyrinth
  • McCabe, Matthew ‘The Location of Lancelot’s ‘Joyeuse Garde’ 65/11ff
  • Megalithic sites Recumbent Stone circles 60/14ff, 69/26 stone circles 61/3,17ff; 63/2,3; 66/15ff, 67/4, 68/2, 69/26 alignments at s.c. 60/14ff standing stones 61/11,17ff; 65/4, 69/19ff stone rows 69/19ff in Hawaii, New Zealand 62/7ff, 63/15ff rolling sun at 69/26
  • Mellor, Michael letter 62/30
  • Melschach, Aberdeenshire, Scotland fertility well 64/11
  • Mexico magic in 65/5
  • Michell, John The Traveller’s Guide to Sacred England 68/28
  • Middle Rigg, N. Yorks 60/8
  • Midgley, W. Yorks. Bronze Age sites 65/15ff
  • Milfield, Northumb. 60/14
  • Miller’s Grave barrow, Midgley Moor, W. Yorks. 65/15
  • Moon 60/14
  • Moore, Henry 62/6
  • Moore, Alanna Divining Earth Spirit 62/26
  • Morrison, Alex The Early Prehistory of Scotland 67/26
  • Mountains Celtic gods 60/15
  • Mowing devil 66/7ff
  • Mt Bego, France 60/15
  • Muker, N. Yorks. Boggle House 60/12
  • Mulgrave castle, Sandsend, N. Yorks. 66/11
  • Mussolini, Benito carved head 60/6
  • Muston, N. Yorks 60/11
  • Nakagawa, Kenzo ‘The Way of the Sun’ 66/20ff
  • Native Americans Lakota Sioux 62/6, 63/3 Paiute, Fallon 67/3 mummified body 67/3
  • Navan, N. Ireland 61/19-20
  • Nazca, Peru 68/11ff
  • New Zealand 62/10
  • Newtondale Spa Well, Cropton Forest, N. Yorks. 66/31
  • NiBride, Feorag The Wells & Springs of Leeds 61/33
  • Nine Stone Close, Derbys. 60/16
  • Norfolk, Andy letter 62/32; ‘Encounters in Riffa Wood’ 63/10 letter 65/26
  • North York Moors fake Middlesbrough 69/4 mounds as pingos 63/25, 65/27 pit alignments (SEPAs) 60/8ff
  • Wade 65/7ff, 66/11ff
  • Nottingham 66/4
  • Nunwick henge, N. Yorks. 69/17
  • O’Rush, Claire The Enchanted Garden 68/32
  • Offa’s Dyke 65/9-10
  • Oil & gas resources 61/5-6
  • Omphalos 67/20
  • Orkney islands, Scotland Neolithic villages 62/4
  • Otterington, N. Yorks. 60/11
  • Padstow, Cornwall 61/7ff, 62/32
  • Paganism conference report 60/7 Pagan Hospice & Funeral Trust/ Voyager Trust 68/4
  • Palmer, John ‘St Mort, Saint of Death’ 68/7ff
  • Palmer, John letter 64/27
  • Paps of Jura 62/21
  • Paterson, Helena King Arthur’s Return 63/31, 68/32
  • Pearce, Marion K. ‘Getting Bronzed – the Smeltery at West Brandon, Durham’ 66/23ff
  • Pearson, David Earth To Spirit 65/28
  • Peat, F. David Blackfoot Physics 69/32
  • Peel, Rosemary J. Astrology & Heredity 61/35
  • Pennick, Nigel Sacred Geometry 64/29 Celtic Sacred Landscapes 68/28
  • Penshaw Hill, Lambton, Co. Durham 61/5
  • Performance folklore Luddenden can tree 64/2 pop roadsigns 65/3
  • Persinger, Michael 61/2
  • Pharos lighthouse, Alexandria, Egypt 65/2
  • Pickering, David Cassell Dictionary of Witchcraft 68/28
  • Pickering Castle, N. Yorks. 66/11
  • Pickford, Doug Staffordshire: its magic & mystery 61/31 Cheshire: its magic & mystery 61/31
  • Piggott, Stuart 68/6
  • Piltdown Man 67/2
  • Pingos (peri-glacial mounds) 63/25, 65/27
  • Pipe Well, Liskeard, Cornwall 64/11
  • Pits 69/2 Star pits, Holland 65/18-9
  • Pizien Well, Maidstone, Kent 64/11
  • Place names 62/11ff
  • Politics of e.m. 69/21ff
  • Pollard, Tony The Early Prehistory of Scotland 67/26
  • Pontefract, W. Yorks. underground crypt hermitage 61/2
  • Portugal Foz Coa valley 63/4, 64/4, 65/3
  • Prehistoric art (see also rock art) disproved at Cresswell Crags 65/3-4 Irish passage graves 65/14
  • Preston, Lancs. 69/25
  • Preston-on-Wye, Hereford pop roadsigns 65/3
  • Quarry Hill, Leeds 61/13
  • Rabbits burial rites? 67/4
  • Radon 67/5
  • Rahtz, Philip Glastonbury 61/33
  • Randles, Jenny Time Travel 61/35
  • Ratcliffe, Eric Ratcliffe’s Megathesaurus 63/29
  • Ravenna Cosmography 61/17ff
  • Revolution Well, Leeds 61/14
  • Richer, Jean The Sacred Geography of the Ancient Greeks 63/28
  • Riffa Wood, N. Yorks. 63/10, 64/26
  • Rigby, Greg On Earth As It Is In Heaven 67/29
  • Rishworth, W. Yorks. 68/32
  • Ritchie, Anna Prehistoric Orkney 62/25
  • Ritual deposition cauldron 60/15
  • Rivington, Lancs. 69/12
  • Roberts, Andy Twilight of the Celtic Gods 67/26
  • Robin Hood’s Pennystone, Midgley, W. Yorks. 65/15
  • Robin Hood 62/22, 66/4
  • Rochdale, Lancs. 66/5, 67/29
  • Roche, Eileen ‘Skullduggery in Lancashire’ 69/12ff
  • Rock art (see also prehistoric art) 68/6 Palaeolithic painting, engraving 61/4; 63/4,5 cup & ring 61/23, 64/18, 65/13ff, 67/3 Hawaii 62/7ff, 63/15ff figures 62/8, 63/22,23 Sweden 63/22 Spain 63/23 Portugal 63/4, 64/4, 65/3 France 61/4, 63/4-5 Ireland 65/14, 68/3 most ancient in Australia 68/5 Japan 68/22
  • Rolling Sun 63/6ff, 64/3-4, 69/26
  • Rollright Stones, Oxon fertility stone 64/9
  • Roman remains 64/3, 65/2,6; 69/5 game 68/3
  • Roseberry Topping, N. Yorks. 66/12, 68/19
  • Ross, Catrien Supernatural & Mysterious Japan 68/30
  • Ross Castle, Northumb. 60/14
  • Round Meadows, Isle of Man 66/7ff
  • Royal Road 62/10
  • Rushbearing 66/27
  • Sacred Landscapes 62/18ff, 62/27ff, 64/3,4; 66/29-30, 69/15ff N. York Moors 60/9
  • Sacred Sites International 67/32
  • Saddle landform 60/14ff, 61/4, 62/18ff
  • Sandsend, N. Yorks. 66/11
  • Scarborough, N. Yorks. 66/4
  • Scissors 63/26-7 , 64/22
  • Scone, Tayside, Scotland 67/5, 68/5, 69/3
  • Scorton cursus, N. Yorks. 69/18
  • Screel Hill, Galloway 60/14,15
  • Seabrook, Myles Twelve Channels of the I Ching 61/34
  • Segmented Embanked Pit Alignments (SEPAs) 60/8ff
  • Seismic activity 61/2, 64/4, 65/5, 67/6
  • SEPA – see Segmented Embanked Pit Alignment
  • Seton, Ray The Reason for the Stone Circles in Cumbria 67/27
  • Sex in prehistory 64/12, 67/2
  • Shadwell, W. Yorks. 61/14
  • Shears 63/26-7
  • Sheela-na-gig 63/26, 64/22
  • Sherbourne, Grahame -report 63/23
  • Simulacra 65/21ff
  • Sjoo, Monica 61/27, 64/12
  • Skara Brae, Orkney 62/4
  • Skinner, Steve Songs of the Earth 66/28
  • Skipton, N. Yorks. 64/18ff
  • Slavering Baby well, Adel, W. Yorks. 61/14
  • Sloss, Andy How To Draw Celtic Knotwork 63/31
  • Smith, Jill 61/27, letter 61/28 ‘The South harris Funeral Path & The ‘Hag Mountain’ 65/21ff
  • Smith, Jade. ‘Paganism in Contemporary Britain; conference report’ 60/7ff;
  • Smith, Julia ‘Some Corpse Ways in Northern England’ 60/11ff; ‘Paths of the Soul – Cumbrian Corpse Ways’; letter 66/27
  • Snaith, E. Yorks. 60/12
  • Snakes 62/3
  • Sneyd, Steve Giants In Our Earth 61/32 The Devil’s Logbooks 63/30; letter, 64/26
  • South Uist, Scotland Clan Ranald stone & stone circle 63/2, 64/3
  • South Korea geomancy 63/5
  • Sowerby Bridge, W. Yorks. 66/27
  • Spa Sunday 62/31
  • Spanish Water Day 62/31
  • St David 69/2
  • St Helen’s Well, Holbeck 61/14
  • St Anne’s Well, Buxton, Derbys. 64/13
  • St Helen’s Well, Kirkby Overblow, N. Yorks. 68/25
  • St Oliver Plunkett head of 63/5
  • St Petroc 61/3, 62/3
  • St Helen’s Well, Thorp Arch, W. Yorks. 61/16
  • St Arvans, Gwent, Wales 67/18
  • St Peter’s Well, Leeds 61/14,15
  • St Helen’s Well, Adel 61/14
  • St George 61/7ff, 62/32, 67/2
  • St Frideswide 64/11
  • St Remacle’s well, Groesbeeck, Spa, Belgium 64/12
  • St Frideswide’s well, Binsey, Oxon. 64/11
  • St Helen’s Well, Eshton 68/26
  • St Anne’s Spa, Leeds 61/14
  • St Mort 68/7ff
  • Stamford Bridge, E. Yorks. 67/5
  • Stead, Michael J. King Arthur’s Britain 66/30
  • Stewart, R.J. Merlin Through the Ages 63/30 Merlin Through the Ages 65/30 Celtic Myths, Celtic Legends 67/28 Celtic Bards, Celtic Druids 69/30
  • Stillingfleet, Yorks. 61/2
  • Stockport, Cheshire 68/5
  • Stone inversion 68/3, 69/26
  • Stone Mare, St-Renan, Brittany, France fertility stone 64/8
  • Stone of Scone 67/5, 68/5, 69/3
  • Stone, Alby The Questing Beast & Other Dismemberments 63/31
  • Stonehenge 67/5 development 64/3 lichen growth 60/5 revised age (c.3000BCE) 66/5-6
  • Stones birthing 62/8ff & sovereignty 62/7ff, 67/5, 68/5 in Hawaii, New Zealand 62/7ff, 63/15ff wishing 63/2 calendrical 63/15 healing 63/15ff communicating with 64/18ff
  • Straffon, Cheryl letters 61/27, 69/27 Earth Mysteries Guide to Mid-Cornwall & the Lizard 63/30
  • Subtle Energy 63/24, 64/26, 67/22ff
  • Sudbury, Suffolk 62/2
  • Sugar Well, Leeds 61/14, 62/31
  • Sullivan, Danny Old Stones of Gloucestershire 63/29 The House of the Holy Spirit 63/29
  • Surrey alignments & nodes 67/13
  • Sussex alignments & nodes 67/13
  • Sutton-on-Hull, E. Yorks. 60/12
  • Swale, River 69/15ff
  • Swallows 68/32
  • Swarthowe, Aislaby, N. Yorks. 66/12
  • Sweden 63/22
  • Swifts 68/32
  • Tamar, River 67/18, 69/27
  • Tatetsuki stone circle, Japan 66/15ff,20ff
  • Templar’s Firs, Wootton Bassett, Wilts. mud springs 64/4
  • Theft 65/2, 68/3, 69/5-6
  • Thing sites 62/21
  • Thornborough henges, cursus, N. Yorks. 69/15ff
  • Thornton-le-Beans, N. Yorks. 60/11
  • Thornton-le-Moor, N. Yorks. 60/11
  • Thorp Arch, W. Yorks. 61/16
  • Threats to sites 61/5, 64/5, 65/2, 68/2 action 66/13ff
  • Thundersley, Essex 68/19
  • Tilley, Christopher A Phenomenology of landscape – Places, Paths & Monuments 62/27ff
  • Time Team 61/4, 62/18ff
  • Todmorden, Lancs./W. Yorks. 64/5, 67/7ff
  • Tollund, Denmark bog body 68/16ff
  • Tonbridge, Kent alignments & nodes around 67/11ff
  • Torver, Cumbria 68/21
  • Tourism 62/3, walkers & Scottish economy 69/4
  • Trees 67/15ff, 68/23 groves, forests 67/15ff, 68/16ff,26
  • Trubshaw, Bob letter 62/30
  • Tunnel How Hill, N. Yorks. 63/10, 64/26
  • Tynemouth, Newcastle witch, dragon 67/3
  • Uffington, Wilts. 62/2
  • UFOs 63/3,11ff; 65/6, 67/11ff, 68/3
  • Ugthorpe Moor, N. Yorks. 60/8
  • Ulverston, 68/21
  • Uppsala, Sweden 68/18
  • Ure, River 69/15ff
  • Vallee, Jacques Dimensions 69/31
  • Venus 63/20ff
  • Versluis, Arthur Native American Traditions 64/30
  • Vikings cemetery 69/5
  • Viney, Michael ‘The Magic of the Rolling Mayo Sun’ 63/6ff
  • Von Daniken, Eric Signs of the Gods?, According to the Evidence 67/30
  • Wade, Anglo-saxon deity/hero 65/7ff, 66/11ff
  • Wade, General 65/9
  • Wade’s Stone/Grave, Barnaby, N. Yorks. 66/11,12
  • Wade’s Stone, Goldsborough, N. Yorks. 65/7, 66/11
  • Wade’s Causeway, N. Yorks Moors 66/12
  • Wark, Northumb. 63/26
  • Wasdale, Cumbria 68/20
  • Water shrine neolithic 64/2
  • Watkins, Allen Alfred Watkins of Hereford 64/31
  • Watson, Sam ‘Black Dog, Big cat – or Barguest?’ 69/7ff
  • Watson, Anne ‘Head Lands?’ 62/11ff
  • Wawne, E. Yorks. 60/12
  • Wayland 65/9-10, 66/12
  • Wedd, Tony 67/11ff
  • Welburn, N. Yorks. 60/11
  • Wells 61/13ff, 62/31, 63/3, 66/31, 67/5, 68/25 rag well 61/14,16; 62/31 holy well vs named well 61/16, 62/31 healing 61/13ff, 62/31 fertility wells 64/10ff offerings 67/5
  • West Linton, Peebles, Scotland Bronze Age burials 62/4
  • West Witton, N. Yorks. 67/31
  • West Heslerton, E. Yorks. Romano-British shrine 67/4
  • Westerdale, N. Yorks. 60/9
  • Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland 63/8
  • Wharton, Lancs. 64/8
  • Whelan, Edna letter 62/31; ‘Communicating with Stones’ 64/18ff ‘Some Personal Comments on heritage protection’ 66/13ff
  • Widnes, Lancs. Asda 64/7
  • Wigginton, N. Yorks. 60/11
  • Wilde, Lyn Webster Working With Your Dreams 64/32, 65/31 (whoops!)
  • Williamson, Robin Celtic Bards, Celtic Druids 69/30
  • Wilson, Rob ‘The Brothers’ Stones’, 61/11
  • Wilton, N. Yorks. 60/12
  • Windsor Park travellers/archaeologists anecdotes 60/3
  • Winskill limestone pavement, N. Yorks. 69/6
  • Witches 67/7ff in Japan 68/22
  • Witherslack, Cumbria 68/21
  • Witton cemetery, Birmingham ghost 65/2
  • Woodland, Cumbria 68/21
  • Wootton Bassett, Wilts. mud springs 64/4
  • Worm Hill, Fatfield, Co. Durham 61/5
  • Wright, Tony ‘The Importance of Being George’ 61/7ff
  • Wyrd Sisters 64/22
  • Wythop, Cumbria 61/6
  • Yeavering, Northumb. 60/14
  • York heads at Micklegate bar 66/2
  • Yorkshire Wolds 60/11
  • Youngblood, Marion ‘Rolling, rolling, rolling – solar observations in Scotland’ 69/26; 69/32
  • Zolar Encyclopaedia of Ancient & Forbidden Knowledge 67/30 Enc. of Signs, Omens & Superstitions 68/32

Part Two

NE60, Winter 1994

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • Paganism in Contemporary Britain; conference report (Jade Smith)…7
  • The Case of the Segmented Embanked Pit Alignments (Mike Haigh)…8
  • Some Corpse Ways in Northern England (Julia Smith)…11
  • Moons, Saddles & Mountains (Craig Chapman)…14
  • Thoughts Arising (Helen Woodley)…18
  • Past Concerns (John Billingsley)…24
  • Reviews…26
  • Letters…28

61, Spring 1995

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • The Importance of Being George (Tony Wright)…7
  • The Brothers Stones (Rob Wilson)…11
  • Awen & the Broad Arrowhead…12
  • Taking the Waters In Old Leeds (John Billingsley)…13
  • Druids & Stone Circles (Craig Chapman)…17
  • Northern Earth Moot ’94 (Ted Armstrong)…22
  • Looking For Clues: Coverdale insignia, audio tape…25
  • In Search of the Green Man (Mike Harding)…26
  • Letters; Moonrise at Callanish…27
  • Reviews…31

62, Summer 1995

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • Life in the Stone, Death in the Stone: sacred stones in Hawaii (John Billingsley)…7
  • Head lands? Heads in place names (Anne Watson)…11
  • The Ambiguous ‘Head’ (David Clarke)…13
  • Northern Earth’s Guide of Guides; e.m.-related guidebooks list…16
  • A Sacred Landscape at Loch Finlaggan, Islay…18
  • Boulsworth Hill – Keep Out! (John Billingsley)…22
  • Landscape as Theme: a review of Tilley’s The Phenomenology of Landscape (John Billingsley)…25
  • Reviews…27
  • Letters: Green Man, well customs, Alaise, St George, Druidism…30

63, Autumn 1995

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • Neds’ Bag…4
  • The Magic of the Rolling Mayo Sun (Michael Viney)…6
  • Encounters in Riffa Wood (Andy Norfolk)…10
  • Lights Over the Pennines…11
  • Life in the Stone, Death in the Stone Pt 2 (John Billingsley)…15
  • The Spoke System of Venus (Gordon Harris)…20
  • Rites of Passage – Swedish Rock Art…22
  • Rock figures & animal heads (Grahame Sherbourne)…23
  • Some Observations on Prehistoric Sites in the North of England (C.S.Hay)…24
  • Looking for Clues: angels on a pinhead, Wark wells, audio tape, scissors as symbol…26
  • Reviews…28

64, Winter 1995

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • To Be A Joyful Mother of Children (Jeremy Harte)…7
  • Friends of Grampian Stones…14
  • The Tailed Cairn of Great Ayton (Mike Haigh)…16
  • Communicating With Stones (Edna Whelan)…18
  • Looking for Clues: scissors as symbol, angels in a pinhead…22
  • Middle Saxon Church Alignments (Mike Haigh)…24
  • You’ll Never Have It So Good: weather forecast for the 21st century…25
  • Letters: Riffa Wood, head names, awen, Dutch site damage, earth currents…26
  • Reviews…29

65, Spring 1996

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • The Tale of Wade, Part 1 (Mike Haigh)…7
  • Neds’ Bag…10
  • The Location of Lancelot’s ‘Joyeuse Garde’ (Matthew McCabe)…11
  • New insights into Rock Art (Mike Haigh)…13
  • Recent Fieldwork on Midgley Moor (John Billingsley & Paul Bennett)…15
  • Holland’s Heaven on Earth (Mike Haigh)…18
  • The South Harris Funeral Path (Jill Smith)…21
  • Reactions to The Hag’s Navel (Jill Smith, John Billingsley, Steve Dilworth)…23
  • Letters: phallic placenames, media leylines, pingos…26
  • Reviews…28

66, Summer 1996

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • The Mower In Man (John Hall)…7
  • The Tale of Wade, Part 2(Mike Haigh)…11
  • Some Personal Comments on Heritage Protection (Edna Whelan)…13
  • Lines of (In)Sight: a tribute to Kurozumi Hideo (John Billingsley)…15
  • The Way of the Sun (Nakagawa Kenzo)…20
  • Getting Bronzed: the smeltery at W. Brandon, Co. Durham (Marion Pearce)…23
  • Letters: Harris hag sculpture, alignments stats project, Peak landscape geometry, fertile rushbearing, earth light…25
  • Reviews…28
  • Neds’ Bag…31
  • Newtondale Spa…32

67, Autumn 1996

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • In Search of Sybil: a Lancs/Yorks witch tale (Anne Hewland)…7
  • The Cross-Roads Signs (Gordon Harris)…11
  • Sacred Groves In Britain: Celtic groves (Craig Chapman)…15
  • Letters: ancient measurements, Lastingham Crypt…22
  • Lastingham Church (Mike Haigh)…23
  • Reviews…25
  • Sacred Sites International…32

68, Winter 1996

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • St Mort, Saint of Death (John Palmer)…7
  • Making Tracks (Gordon Harris)…11
  • Looking For Clues: St Bride, crooked coins, Gunpowder Plot dialect, angels on a pinhead…14
  • Sacred Groves In Britain: groves of the English (Craig Chapman)…16
  • Paths of the Soul: Cumbrian Corpse Ways (Julia Smith)…20
  • More News From Japan…22
  • Death & Burial in the Bronze Age (Mike Haigh)…24
  • Looking after our Wells (Val Shepherd)…25
  • Letters: sacred groves, Lastingham…26
  • Reviews…28

69, Spring 1997

  • News & Ephemera…2
  • Black Dog, Big Cat – or Barguest? (Sam Watson)…7
  • Skullduggery in Lancashire (Eileen Roche)…12
  • Northern Ritual Landscapes 2: The Swale-Ure Confluence, Part 1 (Mike Haigh)…15
  • The General Election – What’s in it for us? (John Billingsley)…21
  • Egg-Rolling at Avenham Park (Norman Darwen)…25
  • Rolling, Rolling, Rolling: solar roll-downs in Grampian (Marian Youngblood)…26
  • Letters: sacred groves, stone inversion, circle experiments…27
  • Reviews…29
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