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Posted 30 January 2009 - 05:40 AM

Equinox Weekend
Denham Grove, Buckinghamshire, UK

Start: 20th March 2009
Finish: 22nd March 2009

As day draws level with night join David Wells and his team on a weekend voyage of discovery, to re-awaken your connection to your inner being, to link with your guides and to learn how to set up your own protective space to increase the power of your visualizations.
Friday evening meet your fellow travelers and relax, unwind and leave the weeks worries behind you, Saturday is a day full of workshops to show you how to protect your space, build a temple, invoke angelic assistance and perform a ritual based on Qabalistic principles. On Sunday morning you will set up and take part in the temple of Malkuth; earth temple.

This is a weekend not to be missed, an opportunity to show yourself just how magical life can be.
Denham Grove is set in 42 acres of grounds, just to the northwest of London, and getting to the event couldn’t be simpler with easy access via the M40 and M25.

The weekend includes accommodation, workshops, use of leisure facilities, all meals, and free drink stations
There are two types of rooms available:
Standard Room, £260.00, has: Free high speed internet TV with Sky Channels, DDI Telephones, tea and coffee tray
Deluxe Room, £300.00, has: Free high speed internet, lounge area, TV with Sky Channels, DDI Telephones, tea and coffee tray
http://www.davidwell...inox/4531962015
Who owns the land? Only the land knows. We mortals are passersby, and our lives are but a brief moment in the great span of time and space. We are born, we live out our lives, and most of us do the best we can with it, but the wind is forever, and the rivers flow forever to the sea, and all the seasons of the weathers will come and go after we are gone. But the Earth endures, the Earth is eternal" - Earl Hamner




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