Sacred Sites & Stone Circle Tours

If you are interested in sacred sites & stone circles, working with earth energies and healing, tours in and around the beautiful area of Moray and the nearby Scottish Highlands are a great way to learn more:

Stone Circle Tour at Beltaine 2017

Sat. 29 April – Sat. 6 May 2017

Come and dive into ancient energies lying dormant in our midst at Beltaine, the Spring Time Festival of optimism!
Antje offers a week of geomantic exploration of the sacred sites in our neighbourhood. We will practice the use of a range of tools to tap into ancient energies, like…

  • ‘tuning-in’, to connect and channel information that is relevant to us
  • constellation work to uncover hidden connections and knowledge
  • special one handed dowsing rods to find geopathic lines

 

 

 

 

 

 

We will visit many different interesting known and unknown prehistoric sites in Moray and the Highlands.

If you need accommodation, please inquire here for different options.
If you are interested in day trips, please get in touch for the daily program via Contact.

Dates: 29 April – 6 May 2017  (The event can be booked for the entire week as well as day-by-­day.)
Cost:
£200 for the week inclusive transports or £40 per day tour.

 


“Last year I was extremely fortunate to be part of a week-long experience of visiting sacred sites in the landscape around the Findhorn Foundation.  The workshop, entitled Stone Circles at Beltaine, was led and coordinated by Antje Rickowski, a long time resident of the area who has obviously spent a great deal of time researching the background for the stone circles, castle ruins and ancient sacred sites which I was privileged to visit.
It was one of the most exciting weeks of my year, in a year of many wonderful weeks.

Antje took  us to places I would never have found on my own, and disclosed many historical facts concerning the sacred sites, telling many delightful stories that helped the past come alive.  I highly recommend this adventure – it will give you a new view of this area of Scotland and plant memories for you that will highlight your time in the Highlands.”
~ Pamala Joy, Ashland, Oregon (Findhorn Resource Person for Southern Oregon)