Hamish Miller & Paul Broadhurst: The Dance of the Dragon
Sorry this book is out of stock and will not be re-printed. The maps of 'The Dance of the Dragon' journey are, however, still available.
The Dance of the Dragon
An Odyssey into Earth Energies by Paul Broadhurst and Hamish Miller, with Vivienne Shanley and Ba Russell
This edition published by Mythos, 2007.
The Apollo/St Michael axis is a remarkable alignment of sacred sites stretching from Ireland, through Cornwall, France, Italy, Greece and Israel, marked by sanctuaries dedicated to the Archangel Michael and Apollo, the Greek God of Light.
Over ten years, the authors travel the length of this 2,500 mile axis exploring the significance of earth energies in the siting of these sanctuaries. Rediscovered in this book is a profound principle that takes us back to the very roots of religion, encoded in legend and myth. This demonstrates that earth energies were once at the core of a highly developed Natural Science responsible for determining the position and character of ancient sites.
“A tremendously exciting book ... this must surely be the most remarkable antiquarian or “questing” journey that has ever been undertaken”.
Note: The “Dance of the Dragon” set of 39 maps, which cover the journey from S.W. Ireland through Cornwall, France, Italy, Corfu, Greece, Greek islands, Rhodes and Israel are beautifully hand-drawn, and each one has its important sites illustrated by full colour photographs. To purchase, either singly or as a set, see Apollo and Athena lines in the Maps section.