Wearyal Hill - The Base Chakra
We start at the site where Glastonbury truly began. The site where Joseph or Arimathea and Mary Magdalene planted the staff  that they were given by Jesus, which miraculously started to grow.  Tor will do a visualisation uniting the divine masculine and divine feminine working with the chalice and sword represented in the landscape.

 

Magdalene Chapel - The Sacral Chakra
Tor will next take you to the 'hidden chapel', the site where the Mary Magdalene ley line enters Glastonbury. Tor will lead you in a visualisation attuning to your ancestors through your blood line, the divine feminine or your mothers line to your life in the now and take you into the future.

 

Glastonbury Abbey - The Solar Plexus Chakra
Next we enter into the Abbey where the 'Wattle Church' was built in 38AD by the Christ Family. This is where the first ever purpose built place of Christian worship was built, way before the Catholic Church. Here Tor will guide you on a visualisation connecting you to family and community

 

St Johns Church - The Heart Chakra
Glastonbury is the heart chakra of the planet and St. John's Church is in the centre f the centre. Here we will focus on the area of Glastonbury being the heart, the Tor is as the heart bringing all the bad blood (energies) in to purify and send it back out into the world, that is why Glastonbury is such a transformational place.

 

The Chalice Well - The Throat Chakra
Chalice Well 'Peace Garden', founded by Joseph of Arimathea himself, offers great healing with its holy waters, as well as offering a timeless symbol of the unconditional love and the overflowing love. With the blood red waters constantly giving and cleansing, Tor will offer a visualisation on the chalice representing the feminine and the white spring represents the masculine. At the throat chakra we will look at our personal power, our voice in the world and our actions, the external and look at how to put this into action before we move into the space of manifestation on the Tor.

 

The Egg Stone on the Tor - The Third Eye Chakra
As we enter the labyrinth on the Tor, Tor will ask you to pause at the gateway stones to set your intentions, then he will lead you to the Egg Stone on the side of the Tor, which is located on the Labyrinth level of the Third Eye. Here he will ask you to visualize your soul path and your future. 

 

The Tor - The Crown Chakra
Here at the centre of the labyrinth on the Tor, you will meet Archangel Michael. He will help you complete your chakra journey of Glastonbury and show you where you are, where you are to go next and how to integrate this experience into your life. To complete Tor will do a grounding practice as we descend the Tor and return to the town.

The 3d labyrinth, also known by the druids as 'The Dragon Path', is Glastonbury's most amazing secret. No one knows who made it or when it was built. The general thought is that it is an initiation path for druids to complete their apprenticeship. It resembles the inner labyrinth made up by the waterways within the Tor, which again was part of the druid initiation - if the apprentice didn't lose his mind while walking the labyrinth, he then would be considered a full druid.
On the winter solstice you can see the sun rise roll up the side of the tor from Windmill hill. At midday it stands directly above Chalice Hill, after which it starts setting and rolls down Wearyall hill. In the days when the 'Dragon Path' was truly defined, the sun would appear and disappear in the seven ledges of the Tor. Many say it is connected to the seven chakras.

The labyrinth walk takes three hours in and three hours out. This will take ? hours including a break at the top.
It is a challenging task and should be done in good health. Each person will receive a copy of the map on the left.

Call Tor now to book your walk on 07813156784

Walk the labyrinth on the Tor - an ancient rite of Glastonbury...

By Request​ (with Tor)

Day One:

Pick up from Glastonbury or Bristol, from where we will drive to Keswick, Lake District (approximately five hour drive).

 

Day Two:

we will visit Castlerigg Stone Circle, one of the most visually impressive prehistoric monuments in Britain and most visited stone circle in Cumbria, after which we will drive up to Kilmartin in Scotland (five hour drive.)

 

Day Three:

We will explore Kilmartin as best as possible, as this area, which contains over 350 monuments within a 6 mile radius, has one of the richest concentrations of prehistoric monuments and historical sites in Scotland. Including a walk up to the hill-fort of Dunadd, one of the major centres of the kingdom of Dal Riata.

Day four:

From Kilmartin we will head up to Oban (45 min. drive). We will travel by ferry to the Isle of Mull. Then we will travel to the holy island of Iona, where many saints and kings have been buried and which is regarded the most beautiful of Scottish holy islands. We will spend the night in Iona.

Day Five:

We will explore the Isle of Mull, then head eastwards to the Loch Nell Stone Circle, where we will connect with the guardian stone Strontoiller, a massive monolith and explore the remains of the fascinating lost serpent mound.

 

Day six:

From there we will head to Loch Tay down the Tay River. After a little pause we will visit the Fortingall Yew, the remains of an enormous ancient tree, and the Fortingall standing stones. We will visit the crannog center on Loch Tay, an iron age settlement and a the Dewars Whiskey Experience. Stay the night in Edinburgh.

 

Day Seven:

We will explore the beautiful city of Edinburgh and its surroundings. Including St Giles Cathedral and Edinburgh Castle.

 

Day Eight: we visit the Rosslyn Chapel, templar site of mystery and connected to the energy of Mary Magdalene, situated within Roslin Glen, Goddess site of beauty. Here we will take a walk along the river and visit the templar cave where we will do a ceremony and visualization of the goddess energies.
We will then return along the coast, back to the Lake District and stay in Keswick for the night.

Day Nine: We will drive back to Bristol or Glastonbury.

Nine Day Tour of Scotland.
By Request​ (with Tor)

Day One - Thursday
 
These are two days fit for any goddess or knight in search for the Holy Grail or Excalibur. We drive through the lands of these legends and present the truth hidden in a landscape where dragons fly and crystals emerge from the ground, where you meet real earth energy workers, witches and saints.


We begin the day by driving down the Michael ley line into the wilds of Dartmoor, where we cross bridges over 4000 years old and wander in the magical Wistman’s Faerie Wood.  We then dine, as nobles do, at the Hunting Lodge in the middle of the moors. Afterwards we climb up the holy Templar hill, Brentor, where a church greets us, perched on its peak as if held up only by magic and the energies of the Michael ley line.

 

We arrive in Tintagel where we settle into our B&B, and go for an extremely delicious dinner at the Wellington Hotel.
 

Day Two - Friday

 

We start the day in the amazing town of Tintagel as the tide reveals one of the most magical places, where it is said Merlin himself worked and initiated druids, we will bravely clamber into ‘Merlin's Cave’ where we will do a visualization. As we emerge from the darkness of the cave, we will visit Tintagel Castle Island, which is perched on the cliffs above the cave. Here we will place our foot where King Arthur himself was crowned (Sadly most of 2019 Tintagel Island and Merlin’s Cave is closed for to build and bridge, but we will be able to get close and see it.)

 

Then we walk back into the little village and have a taste of the most famous Cornish lunch.  Then we will walk into the mystically beautiful St Nectan's Glen and waterfall.  Here a space is held for the Fairies and the spirit of the 5th century Celtic Christian Saint Nectan. This is said to be the place where the Knights of the Round Table came to be blessed before their quest for the Holy Grail. In the afternoon we travel back to Glastonbury and spend the last night there.

In the afternoon we travel back to Glastonbury.

Tor’s Tour of Stonehenge is unlike any. The way he shares his visions of a world hardly known by historians is as if you are being transported into a timeless dream and seeing the ancients magically erecting the stone circle and aligning them to the solstices and equinoxes in person. He then takes you to a very special site that is only visited by 1% of tourists, here you can walk amongst 5000 years of history and imagine their motivation of creating such amazing sites.

 

After a great British pub lunch, we head off to Avebury, the largest surviving stone circle in the world, a site where you sit in the seat of the ancient Arch Druids and learn about the stars in the way they taught. You feel the energies of the Michael ley line that travels perfectly up the serpent-like stone avenue, you will learn how the ancients aligned the stones to the stars, balanced the sacred masculine and sacred feminine with their stone circles, then you will entre a church from the Saxon period, 1000 years of worship and see the famous dragon font. Then you will get to visit the famous Silbury Hill that modern historians believe to have been an ancient pyramid.

 

You will not forget this day in a hurry, traveling through time with Tor’s magical vision of delights.

Begin your day with a guided walk across Avalon, be transported back 2000 years through the mists, to a time of magic, myths and legends, a time when the family of Christ arrived to these shores of Avalon. Stand next to the Holy Thorn Tree which grew from the staff given to Joseph of Arimathea, by Jesus himself.  He planted the staff as a symbol of the birth of a new way, the early Christian way, and worked with the Pagans and Druids who had used the ancient Isle of Avalon as a site for spiritual initiation for thousands of years.

 

Then be guided, via the hidden chapel of St Margret, to the site of the Wattle Church in the centre of the Glastonbury Abbey. The Wattle Church is England’s first ever building for Christian worship, built by Mary Magdalene and Joseph of Arimathea in 62AD. A few steps away we find the last resting place of King Arthur and Gwynevere and find out why it is there and how they are linked to the family of Christ. The windows within St Johns church perfectly paint a picture of the hidden stories of old. (Sadly 2019 St Johns Church is closed for renovations.)

 

After lunch we go on our quest for the Holy Grail, said to be buried under the Chalice Well. Find out why these waters in this tranquil garden are said to be healing by drinking them yourself. Balance the red waters, the female energies of the Chalice Well, with the waters of the White Spring, the male energies, which is very close by, in a beautiful candle-lit water temple.


We leave the best for last, a climb to the top of the Glastonbury Tor. Witness the amazing energies of the Tor, find out why these hills are called sleeping dragons and look out over the sacred landscape all the way to Wales.

1 £95

2 £75 per person

3 £65 per person

4-8 £55 per person

9-12 £50 per person

13-20 £40 per person

21-40 £30 per person

kids go free.

 

Entrances fees not included.

 

10am-5pm

Meet outside St Johns Church, High St.

 

Wear good walking shoes.

1 £95

2 £75 per person

3 £65 per person

4-8 £55 per person

9-12 £50 per person

13-20 £40 per person

21-40 £30 per person

kids go free.

 

Entrances fees not included.

 

10am-5pm

Meet outside St Johns Church, High St.

 

Wear good walking shoes, bring lunch, water and walking stick.

2 £1200 per person
3 £1050 per person
4-8 £950 per person
9 onwards £850 per person
Under 16 with adult 50% off.

Included:

Tour Guide.

All Transport.

Airport Transfers.

Not Included:

Accomadation.

Breakfasts.

Lunch and Dinner.

Entrance fees (see Tariff page for details)

1 £295
2 £245 per person.
3 £200 per person
4-8 £145 per person
9 and above £105 per person.  
Under 16 with adult 50% off

 

Included:

Tour Guide.

All Transport.

Airport Transfers.

Not Included:

Accomadation.

Breakfasts.

Lunch and Dinner.

Entrance fees (see Tariff page for details)

 

1 £185

2 £155 per person

3 £115 per person

4-8 £95 per person

9-12 £65 per person

13-40 £45 per person

for families kids go free.

Transport included

entrances fees not included.

10am-6pm

Meet ouside St Johns Church, High St or from your accommodation.

Wear good walking shoes.

1 £95

2 £75 per person

3 £65 per person

4-8 £55 per person

9-12 £50 per person

13-20 £40 per person

21-40 £30 per person

kids go free.

Entrances fees not included.

10am-5pm

Meet outside St Johns Church, High St.

wear good walking shoes

1 £1150 all in (accommodation and entrance fee)
£750 just tour

2 £1050 all in
£700 just tour
Per person

3 £1000 all in
£650 just tour
per person

4-8 £600 just tour
per person.

9 above £550 just tour per person

Under 16 with adult 50% off

Day One : Arrival. Monday

 

We will whisk you up from the airport and drive you to the magical lands of Glastonbury, where you can settle into your accommodation. Meeting 2:30pm at Heathrow Airport Terminal 2 Arrivals, it is a three hour drive to Glastonbury.

At 7:30pm there is an optional Healing Mediation Group at The Arimathean Retreat, where Tor often does a channelling.

 

Day Two : The Quest of Avalon. Tuseday

 

Begin your day with a guided walk across Avalon, be transported back 2000 years through the mists, to a time of magic, myths and legends, a time when the family of Christ arrived to these shores of Avalon. Stand next to the Holy Thorn Tree which grew from the staff given to Joseph of Arimathea, by Jesus himself.  He planted the staff as a symbol of the birth of a new way, the early Christian way, and worked with the Pagans and Druids who had used the ancient Isle of Avalon as a site for spiritual initiation for thousands of years.

 

Then be guided, via the hidden chapel of St Margret, to the site of the Wattle Church in the centre of the Glastonbury Abbey. The Wattle Church is England’s first ever building for Christian worship, built by Mary Magdalene and Joseph of Arimathea in 62AD. A few steps away we find the last resting place of King Arthur and Gwynevere and find out why it is there and how they are linked to the family of Christ.
The windows within St Johns church perfectly paint a picture of the hidden stories of old (Sadly 2019 St Johns Church is closed for renovations.)

 

We go on our quest for the Holy Grail, said to be buried under the Chalice Well. Find out why these waters in this tranquil garden are said to be healing by drinking them yourself. Balance the red waters, the female energies of the Chalice Well, with the waters of the White Spring, the male energies, which is very close by, in a beautiful candle-lit water temple.
We leave the best for last, a climb to the top of the Glastonbury Tor. Witness the amazing energies of the Tor, find out why these hills are called sleeping dragons and look out over the sacred landscape all the way to Wales.

 

Day Three : Six thousand years of mystery in one day. Wednesday.

 

Tor’s Tour of Stonehenge is unlike any. The way he shares his visions of a world hardly known by historians is as if you are being transported into a timeless dream and seeing the ancients magically erecting the stone circle and aligning them to the solstices and equinoxes in person. He then takes you to a very special site that is only visited by 1% of tourists, here you can walk amongst 5000 years of history and imagine their motivation of creating such amazing sites.

 

After a great British pub lunch, we head off to Avebury, the largest surviving stone circle in the world, a site where you sit in the seat of the ancient Arch Druids and learn about the stars in the way they taught. You feel the energies of the Michael ley line that travels perfectly up the serpent-like stone avenue, you will learn how the ancients aligned the stones to the stars, balanced the sacred masculine and sacred feminine with their stone circles, then you will entre a church from the Saxon period, 1000 years of worship and see the famous dragon font. Then you will get to visit the famous Silbury Hill that modern historians believe to have been an ancient pyramid.You will not forget this day in a hurry, traveling through time with Tor’s magical vision of delights.

 

Day Four : Merlin’s Journey. Thursday.
 
These are two days fit for any goddess or knight in search for the Holy Grail or Excalibur. We drive through the lands of these legends and present the truth hidden in a landscape where dragons fly and crystals emerge from the ground, where you meet real earth energy workers, witches and saints.


We begin the day by driving down the Michael ley line into the wilds of Dartmoor, where we cross bridges over 4000 years old and wander in the magical Wistman’s Faerie Wood.  We then dine, as nobles do, at the Hunting Lodge in the middle of the moors. Afterwards we climb up the holy Templar hill, Brentor, where a church greets us, perched on its peak as if held up only by magic and the energies of the Michael ley line.

 

We arrive in Tintagel where we settle into our B&B, and go for an extremely delicious dinner at the Wellington Hotel.
 

Day Five : King Arthur's Cornwall. Friday.

 

We start the day in the amazing town of Tintagel as the tide reveals one of the most magical places, where it is said Merlin himself worked and initiated druids, we will bravely clamber into ‘Merlin's Cave’ where we will do a visualization. As we emerge from the darkness of the cave, we will visit Tintagel Castle Island, which is perched on the cliffs above the cave. Here we will place our foot where King Arthur himself was crowned (Sadly most of 2019 Tintagel Island and Merlin’s Cave is closed for to build and bridge, but we will be able to get close and see it.)

 

Then we walk back into the little village and have a taste of the most famous Cornish lunch.  Then we will walk into the mystically beautiful St Nectan's Glen and waterfall.  Here a space is held for the Fairies and the spirit of the 5th century Celtic Christian Saint Nectan. This is said to be the place where the Knights of the Round Table came to be blessed before their quest for the Holy Grail. In the afternoon we travel back to Glastonbury.

 

Day Six : Return journey. Saturday.

 

You will find that your journey into the sacred lands of Avalon, Cornwall , Stonehenge and Avebury will open doors into magical places in your psyche, so it is good for you to spend a little time in silent reflection in the sacred landscape, processing and familiarising your self with your new connections and abilities. We suggest you choose where you would like to be - Chalice Well, the Abbey, the White Spring, the Tor or finding the last magical tool from one of the many shops to take home with you to remind you of your magical trip.

Or you may like to book in for an hour long healing and channelling session with Tor, at 10am or 11:30am or 1pm.

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Day Seven : a Taste of Glastonbury, Sunday.

This day, May I suggest you try some of the many therapies on offer in Glastonbury, at a special  Tor’s Tours discounted price.

Healing and Channelling from my mother Lisehanne Webster.

Deep Tissue Massage from Justine.

Sound Healing from Lui.

Day Eight: We travel back to Heathrow, Monday.

We depart Glastonbury at 10:30 am and we will arrive back at Heathrow before 2pm.

Whilst we travel we can talk your amazing adventures through the sacred landscapes of England or just reminisce on all your adventures and recall the delights of Tor's Tours and we hope to see you again.