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A clear, well researched and sincere investigation.
on 2 September 2000
A clear, well researched and sincere investigation into the mystical 'Ancient Isle of Avalon'. From the sacred geometry of the Abbey and the 'Old Church' which Jesus instructed Joseph to build, to the Ley lines of the Tor - the book makes one really feel there is a real possibility of sacredness in Glastonbury, beyond the hype and commercialist charlatans that have arrived there recently. Michell concludes the book well; the ending is indirectly very personal and points to a esoteric, universal message from the area of Glastonbury, UK, the 'New Jerusalem'. Well balanced.