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A Portal on Glastonbury Tor?

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posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 03:45 AM
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British author and researcher Dan Green offers some evidence for portal activity at one of the world's strangest locations, including his own experiences;

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posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 04:37 AM
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I wouldn't know if the photo is genuine but there is the tradition for them in such form...








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posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 05:06 AM
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I live in the town next to Glastonbury Tor and it's nothing interesting, it just attracts hippies and people doing drugs to be honest.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 05:28 AM
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Originally posted by Sozen94
I live in the town next to Glastonbury Tor and it's nothing interesting, it just attracts hippies and people doing drugs to be honest.


Sounds like my cup of tea!


OP:
I've read a few threads on this subject and I would like to go visit this site one day.
Have a look on the search and it should bring up some interesting threads.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 05:28 AM
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...and the occasional researcher, it seems! Sadly, the Tor is perhaps better known these days for its type of visitor of which those we refer to as hippies and drug ingesters is a constant flow, but he fact remains that long before this explosion of the 1960's culture, this hill had a far reaching and historical past for weird activity - strange lights were often seen spiralling out from it, hence its association with 'fairy light's and the hill being thought of as a 'fairy hill'. More sober (pun intended) researchers study as best they can whether there are electromagnetic intefernces combining with aqua flow at the tor that can trigger such things as these lights that sober and drug free visitors often chance to see. It may also be that a sudden and brief epilepsy can be triggered in the brain that induces weird vsions and experiences - there are over 35 types of epilepsy and many supected and yet undiscovered types. So, a neurolgy and physics as yet undiscovered could be to do with Tor experiences...maybe it is the more 'sensitive' visitor prone to these experiences.



posted on Aug, 19 2012 @ 12:44 PM
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Originally posted by Sozen94
I live in the town next to Glastonbury Tor and it's nothing interesting, it just attracts hippies and people doing drugs to be honest.


Sozen94 is 100% right there. Its a beautiful place but its a tree hugging drug ridden hole of a city.

Heres a pic i took of Glastonbury Tor from the top of Priddy a week ago





posted on Aug, 20 2012 @ 10:36 AM
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Just passing by this forum and saw this and had to have a read as I literally walked up there with my son on Saturday.

Nothing off interest happened, but the seeing of lights might be something to do with the climb, as i did start to see a few lights, and black spots just before I got to the top!

Sat down for 10 mins, caught my breath again and suddenly the lights and black spots went.

Didn't experience anything bad in the area, but I will say if anybody fancies going they need to go out of the city really, and head to the hills and fields, and the view from the Thor is absolutely incredible.

If you go there about 45 mins away across country quite literally in a straight horizontal line you will find stonehenge.

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posted on Aug, 22 2012 @ 11:36 AM
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..I know some people do struggle getting up to the top of the Tor and might have physiological problems, but people have photographed lights on occasion...try photographing the ones caused by physiological problems! LOL

One famous sighting was by a group of seven or so night shift workers in Glastonbury who early in the morning all witnessed from a distance the lights phenomenon at the top of the Tor. Clearly, and even if it only ever happened once, there is some mechanism at play that can bring this about. The Tor is not alone in this phenomena, there are plenty of reports of similar goings on at the summit of other hills in the UK, and Dun-I, the highest hill on the island of Glastonbury's sister centre Iona, also has this reputaion of 'fairy lights'. It is worth mentioning that it might be possible that people who live in their right brains rather than the left might be more suspectible to detecting these subtle lights.





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