Tor on Tour
The Story of the Holy Thorn in Glastonbury
Tor Webster, The Glastonbury tour guide from tells the mystical tale of Joesph of Arimathea, the uncle of Jesus Christ coming to Glastonbury, The Isle of Avalon. Accompanied by Mary Magdalene, Mary the Mother and ten others to escape the being murdered, after Christs Crucifixion. He tells the tale of the Holy Throne on Wearyall hill and the magic of Glastonbury Tor and the whole isle that he loves so much.
The Chalice Well at the foot of Glastonbury Tor is one of the best known holy wells in Britain. Joseph of Arimathea is said to have buried the cup which Jesus used at the Last Supper at the site. The water that flows at the well is sometimes called the ‘Blood Spring’ and its high iron content is said to have strength-boosting properties. Presenter Tom Craine talks to Natasha Wardle about the well’s remarkable history.
Available since: Tue 12 Jun 2012
A film made by the BBC about Glastonbury
A feature length documentary film made by Tor about his journey through the Earth Chakras.
The Rainbow Serpent Project
Glastonbury's links with Jesus Christ
BBC2 Glastonbury Festival Coverage.
A film made by BBC2 about Glastonbury Festival
I had a lovely day filming in the Abbey with the BBC and James Ballardie, for the Glastonbury Festival coverage. It's been over a decade since they have connected with the town, and that was a report on how terrible the new age travels were. It will be shown Friday or Saturday evening on BBC2 with the band coverage. Also featuring Jon Cousins. I hope it turns out nice.