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A few minutes along the district line from the Trevorbir Hotel in Earls Court is something of a mystery. Rumoured to be a marker from the Roman forum in London, the stone from which Excalibur was pulled, and an rock brought to England from Troy, it stands as a marker of the sacred geometry in the capital.
It has been an important focal point for Londoners since the 10th century and today stands opposite Cannon Street station. A talisman, a ruin, or merely a myth? Decide for yourself, and pop into the adjoining pub by the same name - an alchemic underground watering hole where the loos are hidden behind book cases!
Originally posted by CodyOutlaw
reply to post by protocolsoflove
Here's another link with an in depth description.
and a pic of the plaque
No, I've never taken any photographs of it, but I always stop in front of it when I walk that road.
It's true, no one really looks at it.
I don't understand that, personally, I think it's amazing