STARGATE EDINBURGH TOURS
Stargate Edinburgh Tours © Andrew Hennessey.
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Scotland is a land of ancient mystery
The Holy Pool and Priory
St Fillan was probably one of Scotland’s most X-files Saints.
Coming from Ireland. He is said to have done many incredible things and even his relic bones won battles. There are notable places associated with St Fillan all over Scotland, but it was at the Priory and Holy Pool that Saint Fillan’s Ministry with the Sick and Lunatic was renowned for miraculous intercessions by the Holy Spirit.
Is now a Dry-den and folly
Bonnybridge, King Arthur
St Fillans Priory at Strathfillan
Dryden Tower, Roslin
Cairnpapple Hill, West Lothian
Some places require transport and overnights, and we would be happy to discuss your tour ideas.
There is a glossary and place names of destinations in Scotland in my Book ‘Alien Encounters & the Paranormal’ .
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When in the 18th Century Edinburgh architects and City Fathers had started to allocate place names to co-incide with Biblical and Gnostic lore, there was a garden called Paradise at Roslin that then in name became a Dryden with a folly tower. Almost a re-enactment of the Fall of Eden and the clone wars of the Book of Enoch when you consider the lab that first Cloned Dolly at Roslin was adjacent to this place
Scotland first recorded abduction of Robert Taylor at Dechmont, visit Cairnpapple hill - a modern faerie story and then the Kelpies - monument to dark forces and review the site of King Arthur’s last battle at Camelon and travel round Bonnybridge famous UFO window area and hotspot. Dark Forces UFO Tour tunes you into the Otherworld of King Lot of the Lothians and of JRR TOLKEIN’s ‘Lothlorien’ - the Elven kingdom
From the times of Atlantis, Scotland has been a place shrouded in mystery. From the Mythology of the Celts and the Templars to the faerie lore of the Middle Ages and to the modern era of Alien abductions - there is a vision of destiny engraved in the land.
Bronze Age Blueblood
The place of ancient worship in Rosslyn Glen in the valley below the famous Chapel has graffitti carvings dating back to Roman times, but it is said that the Reptilian carving on the ancient rock where people were said to commune with their ancestors is of a Sumerian provenance from the Bronze Age resembling the many Eastern statues of the shapeshifting Anunnaki of Babylonian legend
‘They’re here and they’re coming here !!’ Garry Wood, A70 Abductee, Edinburgh
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