www.oakdragon.org.uk Oak Dragon Camps is the sister group of the Oak Dragon School. Every Summer OD Camps hold a ten-day out door event, usually held around the festival of Lammas. The Oak Dragon Camps are an amazing and magickal community experience. For a short period, people of all ages and backgrounds come together to explore a group process that is facilitated by a variety of workshops, ceremonies and Talking Circles. These camps are real experiments in tribal living where everyone is required to move out of their comfort zones and face challenges with integrity and empathy. Oak Dragon Camps offer a unique opportunity to those who participate - a chance to experience Deep Magick, emotional freedom and tribal bonding. This Camp is a wonderful way to gain a taste of the year round experience at the Oak Dragon School.
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International Rainbow Family of Living Light
The Rainbow Family of Living Light, also known as The Rainbow Tribe, are a loosely affiliated group of individuals committed to principles of non-violence and non-hierarchical egalitarianism. Founded in 1972 in the United States, the Rainbow Family has held annual Gatherings in National Forests for the first week of July each year. The Rainbow Gatherings are non-commercial and all who wish to attend peacefully are welcome. There are no leaders, and traditionally the gatherings take place for a week, with a primary focus on the Fourth of July in North America, when attendees pray, meditate, or observe silence in a group effort to focus on World Peace. In 1983 the European Rainbow Family was founded and since 1993 the World or International Rainbow Family have held Gatherings in South America, Australia, South East Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
www.greenmanrpgcamps.co.uk The Green Man RPG Camp is the latest addition to the Rainbow2000 Camps season.
Come along for the latest innovation in the camp scene tradition. At this
gathering you will have the opportunity to take on the role of a hero from a
choice of four mythical races and classes. Playing your chosen role, you will
enter a world of myth and magic, sword play and sorcery. You will learn all the
skills that are necessary for survival in a world of epic adventure.
Rainbow Circle Camps were born out of the Oak Dragon Camps
at the end of 1987. The Rainbow Circle brings together all people
who want to share energy and ideas which could lead to a happier and
healthier lifestyle for us all, as an integral part of the natural
world in harmony with the cycles and rhythms of the earth. The camps
they hold each summer are experiments in living together co-operatively.
They help us to develop awareness, respect and love for our environment
and for each other. Rainbow Circle Camps offer ways to learn some
skills of the alternative culture. Workshops cover a wide range of
alternative topics and each camp has its particular theme, which can
be explored in depth.
Rainbow2000 Camps provide a safe environment for us all to refresh
our spirits, connect or reconnect with our planet Earth, and gently
journey down the never-ending road of self-discovery. All Rainbow2000
Camps are both a celebration and an education; some more educational,
others more of a celebration. At Rainbow2000, you can explore the
healing arts, expand your creative horizons, dance the joy in your
heart and chant your dream into reality. An exciting program of
new and established camps is run throughout the summer kindling
the sacred flame of love and laughter.
Palden Jenkins’ work has three main branches: Peace-building
in the Middle East and social development in Britain; Communications,
as a writer, editor, Webmaster, speaker, photographer and broadcaster;
and Knowledge and insight, as a counsellor, visionary, mentor, historian
and geopolitical expert. Palden lives in the old pilgrimage town
of Glastonbury in England. He’s a pedigree 1960s veteran (Liverpool
and LSE), with a long and consistent track record. Palden is able
to offer broad and deep insights and perspectives, with an uncanny
nose for seeing underlying trends and future possibilities. He has
set in motion several innovative organisations, including Oak Dragon
and the Hundredth Monkey Project, written five books and edited
many more, crafted many websites, conceived lots of new ideas, and
done plenty of teaching, consultancy and public speaking.
Serena Roney-Dougal is one of the few people in Britain to have
obtained a PhD for a Parapsychological thesis, exploring the relationship
between subliminal perception and psychic awareness. She has had
over 30 years of study and experience in scientific, magical and
spiritual aspects of the psyche. Serena offers lectures, workshops,
courses and seminars in America, Britain and Europe, has written
numerous articles both technical and popular, and two books; ‘Where
Science and Magic Meet’ and ‘The Faery Faith’.
She is a founder of Friends of Bride's Mound and The White Spring
MAG are interested both in the European geomantic tradition and
in similar consciousness in the New World - especially among the
Native Americans. They seek evidence of the geomantic tradition
and its skills on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Geomancy explores
the realms where human consciousness meets and dialogues with the
Spirit of the Earth. It empowers the harmonious interaction between
person and place. Through the art of appropriate placement of both
secular and spiritual structures, places where we pray, work and
play, geomancers locate and shape spaces in harmony with both the
physical and the spiritual environment of the place.
The Geomancy Group is an association of practising geomancers and
other like-minded folk with members all over the UK. They come from
all walks of life, and consequently have a wide range of abilities
to draw on and include in their geomantic work. The Group exists
as a forum for the study, practice, discussion and promotion of
geomancy and geomantic awareness, and advocates strict standards
of professional geomantic conduct.
Glastonbury is a different and rather lively small town. It has
rich traditions, a cosmopolitan community and a taste of tomorrow.
It sits on the ancient Isle of Avalon in the Somerset Levels, with
a backdrop of soft, green, rolling hills. It has been a pilgrimage
place for thousands of years. In the Middle Ages a great abbey was
here - it was England's 'holyest earthe'. It now hosts the famous
Glastonbury Festival, pilgrimages, music, a carnival, several conferences
and other events. People visit from the world over, seeking a certain
special something. Overlooking it all is the Glastonbury Tor, a
fascinating holy hill. Tradition has it that Jesus visited and Joseph
of Arimathaea built a church here, King Arthur and Guinevere were
buried here and it was an ancient place of the Goddess.
Bigfoot Studio is the online portfolio for illustrator, sign writer
and Oak Dragoner, Trystan Mitchell. Trystan is available for a range
of projects including one off private commissions and workshops
with schools, youth and community groups. Check out Trystan’s
website for commissions past, present and ongoing, editorial and
book illustration, promotional graphics and sign writing.
Ros Briagha requires little introduction. She is a community leader
and custodian of the Oak Dragon. She is a Witch, High Priestess,
Initiate of the Third Degree, Magickal teacher and ceremonialist
who is also adept at divination. Ros is an expert in woodland management,
out-door living and living closely with the Earth.
The Society was formed in 1993 by a group of like-minded people
wanting to explore and encourage the different aspects and uses
of Dowsing and Divining. The knowledge and understanding gained
from this can be used to assist us with our own personal development
and also benefit society as a whole by helping people become more
aware of the environmental factors that affect their health and
well-being. The aim of the Society, is for to learn for ourselves
and teach others, the many aspects of dowsing and divining.
Big Stones is about modern megalithic creations and the people
who are building stone circles today around the world. This site
offers information and useful resources to those interested in creating,
studying and celebrating stone circles. Big Stones is authored by
Rob Roy, author of Stone Circles: A Modern Builder's Guide to the
Megalithic Revival and several books on natural building techniques,
and instructor and Director of the Earthwood Building School. Earthwood
offers workshops, books and videos on stone circle building and
natural building techniques including cordwood masonry.
Unicorn Camps were born out of the Oak Dragon Camps in 1987. Over
the last twenty years an ethos and policy has developed through
shared experience, discussion and observation. The hope of Unicorn
Camps is that everyone will feel accepted as an individual, and
as a part of the community. A central aspect of Unicorn Camps is
that of living together in community and it is this that can often
bring the greatest challenges and the deepest rewards. In order
to preserve and improve upon the particular quality of Unicorn Camps
they have always asked for full co-operation with their core rules
concerning noise, alcohol and drugs, and vehicles on the site. Unicorn
Camps are a very special way to enjoy the summer, camping on the
land. Join in the Unicorn summer season of camps to enjoy singing,
dancing and cooking together in the stunningly beautiful Dorset
The British Society of Dowsers is a Registered Charity, founded
in 1933 to promote dowsing in the British Isles. They presently
offer a range of courses and training, and host a wide variety of
meetings and activities centred on this ancient art. Their Journal,
‘Dowsing Today’, is published quarterly and circulated
throughout their membership. Through their Registers of Practitioners
they offer a dowsing referral service, and act as a point of information
to the public. Membership of the Society provides access to their
wide range of events as well as the opportunity to meet with others
interested in this fascinating and valuable field.