Did Druids build Glastonbury?
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folkloric traditions and mythographic examinations suggest that Glastonbury Tor is the
mythic Isle of Avalon. If, for example, the nearby river were to flood, the Tor would be
an island. A certain thorn tree is said to be the descendant of the staff of Joseph of
Arimathea, which was changed into a thorn tree when he set it there (the Thorn is sacred
to faeries!), when he brough the Grail to Britain. Avalon means "Isle of
Apples", and apple orchards do grow there. Some archaeologists believe that, if one
accounts for centuries of erosion, the sides of the Tor are terraced into the shape of a
Cretan Maze pattern. Whether or not the region is Druidic, anyone who has meditated by the
nearby Chalice Well knows it is a holy place.
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