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A vividly visual promotional glimpse into a unique new book, revealing a neglected side of the story of modern Glastonbury, the mystical capital if Britain. Please note: these images are not part of the book itself but illustrative of its contents.

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The Glastonbury Zodiac and Earth Mysteries UFOlogy

  1. 1. £11.99 111 pages Available on Amazon UK and USA
  2. 2. From the back cover ---- The Glastonbury Zodiac and Earth Mysteries UFOlogy is a unique exploration of a visionary realm that helped to shape the modern development of the mystical capital of Britain. It shows the influence of ideas concerning Atlantis and Ancient Astronauts during the heady days of the sixties and seventies and places them alongside ley lines and the landscape zodiac.
  3. 3. Includes: remarkable previously untold UFO experience of author Anthony Roberts and the huge unpublished book it inspired. Atlantis of the Heart. From Dion Fortune to space migration. Psychedelic sixties UFOlogy. Flying Saucer Vision and Warminster, David Bowie’s Free Festival. Andrew Collins journey from Glastonbury to a Giza cave discovery and the Morphian mystery.
  4. 4. Complete survey of work of American visionary Robert Coon relating to the Glastonbury Zodiac, global chakra sites, the Omega Point, and the 1987 Mesoamerican calendar events. The Contact conundrum, aliens and entities, Secret Chiefs and beams of light, Fairies and Ultraterrestrials, Dark Gods, and Virgin Mary apparitions.
  5. 5. UFOlogical theorists and eccentrics: John Foster Forbes, Meade Layne , Desmond Leslie, George Adamski, Trevor James Constable, Brinsley le Poer Trench, Tony Wedd, Jacques Vallee, John Keel, Elizabeth Van Buren.
  6. 6. The Glastonbury Temple of the Stars: Katharine Maltwood, Mary Caine, Oliver Reiser: from Blavatsky to Arthur’s Round Table, wandering Sumerians, Atlanteans and aliens, the head of Christ, and the morphogenetic field pattern for the embryogenesis of the World Sensorium!
  7. 7. £11.99 111 pages Available on Amazon UK and USA A sympathetic survey of some wild ideas.
  8. 8. ‘Every thing possible to be believ'd is an image of truth.’ William Blake. The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.
  9. 9. Glastonbury is the mystical capital of Britain.
  10. 10. The modern revival was massively stimulated by the 1971 music festival, filmed as Glastonbury Fayre.
  11. 11. Sixties and seventies psychedelic Glastonbury was heavily inspired by ideas about UFOs.
  12. 12. The previously unpublished UFO experience of author Anthony Roberts enhances our understanding of the study of Glastonbury Earth Mysteries UFOlogy.
  13. 13. The theories of mystic sculptress Katharine Maltwood concerning the existence of landscape zodiacal effigies around Glastonbury became associated with UFOs.
  14. 14. Dion Fortune speculated in the thirties on the possibilities of Atlantean influences on Glastonbury.
  15. 15. Dion Fortune wondered if the slopes of the Tor were sculpted to resemble an Atlantean temple prototype?
  16. 16. Desmond Leslie was related to Winston Churchill. Brought up in a thoroughly haunted castle home, Leslie went on to such varied activities as wartime spitfire pilot and pioneer of experimental electronic music.
  17. 17. It was an experience in 1934, when a child in boarding school, that would lead to his greatest passion. His dormitory had been suddenly lit at night by an ‘immense green fireball’ that had generated considerable excitement amongst those present.
  18. 18. Leslie co-authored the most important and influential book of the early UFO era. Flying Saucers Have Landed was published in 1953 and was a huge success.
  19. 19. Leslie’s section made use of old Theosophical literature.
  20. 20. That modern favourite of the Ancient Aliens TV show, the Vimanas, apparent flying craft mentioned in old Hindu texts, were investigated by Leslie.
  21. 21. Annie Besant and CW Leadbetter referred to ‘Brahmin Tables’ in their Man, Where, Whence and Whither, telling how 18,618,793 years ago we experienced contact from Venus.
  22. 22. Sanat Kumara became Lord of the World and established a base in Shambhala. This concept has been present amongst most of the more well-known New Age teachers from that point onwards.
  23. 23. ‘Then with the mighty roar of swift descent from incalculable heights, surrounded by blazing masses of fire which filled the sky with shooting tongues of flame, the vessel of the Lords of the Flame flashed through the aerial spaces. It halted over the White Island which lay in the Gobi Sea.’ Besant & Leadbetter.
  24. 24. Co-author George Adamski is an enduringly controversial figure, reviled as a fraud by some but still accepted by others.
  25. 25. Adamski claimed to have encountered a Venusian craft and its occupant in the Mojave desert in 1952. Some legendary much-discussed photos were taken.
  26. 26. John Michell said of Adamski that ‘He was an impressive old rogue, like Madame Blavatsky and in the same tradition. Such people, according to Plato, are the kind whom the gods choose to enlighten us.’
  27. 27. In the 1962 Men Among Mankind, Brinsley le Poer Trench wrote that the Glastonbury Zodiac had been constructed by Atlanteans with help from aliens. It was the most sacred site on the planet and the inspiration behind the pyramids.
  28. 28. ‘All things begin and end in Albion’s ancient Druid rocky shore.’ William Blake.
  29. 29. ‘If, as we are told, the Age of Aquarius is to be the age of the Regeneration of Man, it is to Glastonbury and to the Temple of the Stars that we must look for information regarding our immediate future.’ Trench. 1962. Michael Mathias
  30. 30. Tony Wedd linked ley lines with UFOs in the early sixties.
  31. 31. From the mid-sixties onwards, for a decade, Warminster was British UFO-central.
  32. 32. In 1967, the year of flower power and Sgt Pepper, Glastonbury was linked with the UFO mystery in John Michell’s first book.
  33. 33. ‘Whether or not some great sculpted message to the sky gods does lie below Glastonbury Tor, as Miss Maltwood describes, there is no doubt that the whole area was particularly sacred to the early flying saucer cult.’ John Michell. The Flying Saucer Vision
  34. 34. ‘From Glastonbury Tor men left earth to join the Gods’. The Flying Saucer Vision. John Michell.
  35. 35. On July 1st 1967, at the peak of the Summer of Love, visionary Robert Coon was living in Boulder, Colorado when he had an extraordinary experience.
  36. 36. ‘a Physically Immortal human from the Realm of Shambhalla instantly and fully materialised within my room. He was not a shimmering vision, but rather a rock solid, Clear human being as real as you or me.
  37. 37. This man wore a white robe, held a wooden staff in one hand, had long white hair and beard. ----- He was the Prophet Elijah, who has apparently also manifested as Merlin, Hermes Trismegistus, and Enoch.
  38. 38. An enormous cosmic download was communicated that was to be released to the world in astrologically determined stages over the coming decades until 1993.
  39. 39. What rapidly developed was a vision of the birth of the Aquarian Age from a location in Southern England. The “global heart chakra” would open there and an “Omega Point” be activated.
  40. 40. Within a few months Robert had narrowed it down to the specific location of Glastonbury, a place that he had never visited. The big event there was scheduled for 1984, 17 years in the future.
  41. 41. 1969 was a big year for growing awareness of Glastonbury, ley lines, and ancient mysteries in general.
  42. 42. Summer of ‘69. Moon landing, Manson murders, and Woodstock, within a month.
  43. 43. “We scanned the skies with rainbow eyes and saw machines of every shape and size. We talked with tall Venusians passing through.” David Bowie’s free festival. August 1969.
  44. 44. Anthony Roberts came to the Avalonian mythos from a background of anarchistic activism. As an advocate of the CND cause he broke into an American airbase as far back as 1963 in an attempt to disable some of the planes. Anthony Roberts in 1964
  45. 45. He and his wife Janet met through campaigning against the imprisonment of Nelson Mandela. He was repeatedly arrested at political protests and attained maximum street credibility by starting a fire in the foyer of the Dorchester Hotel as a statement against capitalism.
  46. 46. Anthony Roberts in 1968. A year later he would have the most important experience of his life.
  47. 47. ‘While driving with my wife one evening during the Autumn of 1969, we were shown both a vision and a sign in the sky. ---- It was not quite dark, the air was very clear, and there was as yet no trace of the moon. At the same time both my wife and I saw a huge, white disc shining in the sky in the middle distance ahead of us.
  48. 48. It was about the size of a very large grapefruit and as we slowed down to watch, its colour changed slightly to silvery gold with faint tinges of orange fire playing around the extreme edges. We slowed our car still more, and as we watched we saw a string of small, glowing discs appear on the left hand side of the larger one; they flickered and twinkled with a pearly and opalescent glow, faintly mauve and very beautiful. After lining up in a perfectly straight formation, they gradually merged one by one into the larger disc.
  49. 49. The previously unpublished full account of this experience is featured in The Glastonbury Zodiac and Earth Mysteries UFOlogy.
  50. 50. Tony Roberts went on to write a huge manuscript full of lost continents, ancient astronauts, and the Glastonbury Zodiac.
  51. 51. Tony Roberts with his still- unpublished home- produced Giants in the Earth in 1971.
  52. 52. His first published book was extracted in its entirety from one section of Giants in the Earth.
  53. 53. This book also owed much to the original mother-lode. Most of Giants in the Earth remains unpublished.
  54. 54. If Giants in the Earth had been published in the early seventies, it would have sat alongside a large number of ancient astronaut works and made the link between Glastonbury and UFO mythology far stronger.
  55. 55. The anthology Glastonbury: Ancient Avalon, New Jerusalem does not deal with UFOlogy but would probably never have existed without editor Tony Roberts 1969 experience. Initially published in 1976, the 1977 edition, featuring an Afterword by Colin Wilson is better known. It marked the peak of acceptance of the idea of the Glastonbury Zodiac.
  56. 56. 1976 edition. 1977 edition
  57. 57. 1977 was a damn strange year in Britain. Remembered in popular culture for punk rock, there were a lot of echoes of 1967 flowing through it as well. The two years shared an above-average number of UFO reports and it seems in retrospect that there was almost a final flourishing of books and artefacts of popular culture that carried the sixties inspiration.
  58. 58. ‘In seventy-seven the light shone from our hearts and from our eyes. We looked into the ethers and we saw that they were very much alive. The saucers were teaching us to find a higher energy To put a twinkle in our mind's eye, so we can rise and be all that we can be.’
  59. 59. ‘The revolutionary revival of Albion’s true spirit will be the precursor of a New Age and that apocalyptic revival will spring from the eternally universal fountain head that is Glastonbury. The Day draws nearer’. Anthony Roberts. Glastonbury: Ancient Avalon, New Jerusalem.
  60. 60. During the late seventies, paranoia spread through UFOlogy, leaving many convinced that the phenomenon was evil.
  61. 61. The 1980 Dark Gods was a paranoid classic, finding demonic influence in almost the entire field of occultism, Earth Mysteries, and UFOlogy. Its mood was considerably different to Tony Roberts’ earlier work.
  62. 62. Ley lines and landscape zodiacs were getting quite a bashing in the eighties as well. Many of the criticisms were justified.
  63. 63. Robert Coon publicised his Earth Chakra ideas and believed that the Global Omega Point was activated at Glastonbury in 1984.
  64. 64. Andrew Collins unprecedented Glastonbury psychic quest between 1983-85 brought together medieval knights, sacred geometry, and a connection to Egypt, and, in particular, the Giza plateau and the mystery of what may lie beneath it.
  65. 65. A painting by psychic Bernard G depicting some of the medieval material in the Temple of the Stars psychic quest.
  66. 66. Andrew Collins psychic assault course experience in the Glastonbury Temple of the Stars would lead him to his astonishing adventures on the Giza plateau.
  67. 67. Andrew Collins Glastonbury Giza quest is featured in The Glastonbury Zodiac and Earth Mysteries UFOlogy. The fullest account so far in print is in Avalonian Aeon, which includes the authors own experiences with the same material.
  68. 68. Anthony Roberts died of a heart attack on Glastonbury Tor in February 1990.
  69. 69. ‘The poetry of the soul writes itself at Glastonbury.’ Dion Fortune. Avalon of the Heart.
  70. 70. £11.99 111 pages Available on Amazon UK and USA
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A vividly visual promotional glimpse into a unique new book, revealing a neglected side of the story of modern Glastonbury, the mystical capital if Britain. Please note: these images are not part of the book itself but illustrative of its contents.


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