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acoustics – see also hearing
acoustics and rock art 8:6
acoustics of tombs 5:37; 7:38; 8:6
Aitchinson, N.B. 1:28
alien abductions 1:39
Alfred’s Defeat of the Vikings 5:48
Alfred Watkins of Hereford 1:45
alignments 3:41; 7:1–3; 9:45; see also leys
altered states of consciousness 3:39–40; 4:36–7; 7:39; 8:2–4; 8:20–1; 8:36; 9:45; 9:46; 10:6–7
Amanita muscaria 8:36
America: Chaco Canyon 6:40
— Florida mounds 9:43
— houses as cosmological symbols 5:14–15
— Oglala Sioux 9:49
— Pueblo rituals 9:43
— Texan rock art 4:37
— Viking discovery of 2:34
— Wisconsin mounds 9:43
Ancient and Sacred Sites of the Cotswolds 4:45
Anglo-Saxon: burials 1:32–35; 4:39; 5:22; 9:1–7
— cathedrals 10:36
— charters 3:38; 7:40
— christianity 9:3
— churches 9:44
— cosmology 9:2
— crosses 5:32; 7:40
— execution sites 10:36
— magic 5:47–8
— moot sites 4:39
— settlement 3:12–19; 7:11–18; 8:33–4
— shrines 6:40
— warriors 4:43–4
— women 7:46–7
Anglo-Saxon Landscapes in the East Midlands 3:46
Animals of the Soul 9:49
Anthropology of Landscape, The 6:42–3
Anthropology of Landscape: Neolithic sites of Cardigan, Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire 10:38
apocalypse 5:34
Apocalypse Now 1:8
Applegate, George 9:48–9
Appleton, Jon 7:31–2
archaeoastronomy 2:33; 3:9–11; 4:37; 5:38; 6:41; 7:31–2; 9:45; 9:48
Architecture and Order 5:17–21; 8:46
Arthur (King): Camelot 7:48
— Camlan 8:46–7
— grave 1:40
— places 8:38; 8:46
— myth 1:8
— walks in Wales with links to 4:44
Arthurian Myth and Legend 1:43–4
Arthurian Romance, paganism in 2:36–7
Ashe, Geoffrey 8:46
Asia, cosmology 9:43
Aspects of Anglo-Saxon Magic 5:47–8
Attenborough, Richard 1:8
Aubrey, John 10:1
Audhumla 1:6
aural maps 9:28–29
Australia, Mutant Message Down Under 8:36–7
— Rainbow Serpent 5:37
— song lines 9:33–4
Austria, green men 6:39
Avebury Cycle, The 3:44
Aveni, Anthony 9:48
Avon, Bristol 8:38; 10:35
— fairies 7:42
— river names 5:38
— trees 4:10–16
axis mundi 2:41; 10:34–5

Bailey, Adrian 8:39–40
Baldr 1:8
Barrett, John 7:28
barrows as symbolic houses 3:39
— in folklore 7:42
Basford, Kathleen 4:25–8
Bath, Louise 6:39
Beckensall, Stan 4:32; 8:10–15
Behrend, Michael 2:20–24; 4:36
Bellamy, David 4:6–7
Bender, Barbara 2:27
Beowulf 2:40; 6:43–4
Berkshire, Reading 1:39
Bibliography of British Folklore 9:47
Bifrost bridge 1:8
Billington, Sandra 5:44–5
black dog folklore 1:39
Book of Celtic Saints, The 1:45
Bord, Janet 8:43–4
Borde, Andrew 1:25
boundary charters 3:38
Bourne, Jill 3:46
Bracken, Gerry 1:29
Bradley, Richard 1:38; 2:25; 4:32; 8:1–2; 8:16–19
Braudel, Fernand 7:27–8
brewing, Neolithic 5:37; 9:45
Bride – see St Brigit
Bridge at San Luis Rey, The 1:8
Bridge on the River Kwai, The 1:8–9
Bridge Too Far, A 1:8
bridges in folklore 1:7–10
Britain and the Celtic Iron Age 7:43
Bronze Age barrows 3:41
Bronze Age pottery decoration 4:38
Brophy, Kenny 5:32
Brown, Joseph Epes 9:49
Buckinghamshire, Chilterns 2:38
— roads 3:39
— Taplow 1:32–35
— Windsor 3:27–33
buddhist mythology 9:11–13
burh 3:13
Burl, Aubrey 1:28
Burroughs, Martin 8:33

Caerdroia 7:48
Caldecott, Moyra 3:47
Cambridgeshire, Wandlebury 8:35
Campbell, Joseph 1:29
Carthage 4:41
carts, ceremonial 2:8–9
Cassell Dictionary of Witchcraft 5:48-9
Castleden, Rodney 4:42; 5:42
catastrophes, natural 7:42; 9:43
cats as witches’ familiars 6:30-7
— concealed in buildings 6:36
cattle, otherworld 1:2-6
caves 7:42
Caves of the Sun, The 8:39-40
Celtic Britain 4:36
— holy places 9:47-8
Celtic ethnicity 2:33; 6:40
Celtic Europe 8:46
Celtic heritage 2:28-9
Celtic magical foods 8:36
Celtic saints 4:41
Celtic Christianity and Nature 5:46
Celtic Cross, The 7:44
Celtic Image, The 3:46
Celtic Myth and Legends 3:45–6
Celtic Ornament 3:46
Celtic Sacred Landscapes 2:36
Celtic Women in Legend, Myth and History 6:42
central places: 1:39; 2:14–19; 2:41; 3:46–7
— fireplaces as 6:40–1
— pre-Inca 6:41
— Surrey place-names 7:19–25
— Uisneach 9:44
Cerne Giant, The 4:42
chaos theory 9:43
Chapman, Ben 4:36
Chappell, Graeme 4:32–3; 8:26–30
Cheshire, Bomere 2:3
— Nantwich 4:22
Children, George 10:38
Chiltern Archaeology 2:38
China, early ‘Caucasian’ burials 3:40
Chinese geomancy 6:41
Chulainn, Cu 2:16
churches moved by night 2:1–7
churches, early 3:12–19; 4:41
Cinvat bridge 1:7
Clarke, David 3:43–4; 10:28–33
cognitive science 2:31
Collins, Andrew 4:42–3; 5:42–3
Collis, John 8:46
Colombia, Ika cosmology 9:48
Coming of the Sun, The 9:48
cosmology, Anglo-Saxon 9:2
Complete Guide to Dowsing, The 9:48–9
Concept of the Goddess, The 5:44–5
consciousness 1:11–14 see also: altered states of consciousness
Coppola, Francis Ford 1:8
Cornwall: Bodmin Moor 10:36
— Bronze Age ritual landscape 6:40
— Morwenstow 2:1
— Padstow Obby Oss 4:35; 8:43; 9:41–2
— Rough Tor 2:27
— wells 7:41
cosmological myths 1:7; 2:17; 2:31; 3:38; 4:38; 4:41; 5:7–12; 6:20; 9:8–16; 10:34–5
cosmology: Babylonian 8:37
— houses as symbols 5:13–16; 10:36
— Ika 9:48
— Indian 4:38
— Iron Age 2:27–8
— Mayan 1:39
— megalithic 2:26
— north European 7:46
— SE Asia 9:43
Constantine, Emperor 4:40
Coupe, Laurence 9:46–7
cows 1:2–6
Crete 6:7–9; 6:16–19
crossroads: burials at 7:41
— folklore 4:39
cuckoo bush folklore 1:21–22
Cumbria, Penrith-Appleby road 10:36
— Oddendale 10:36
— , rock art 8:11
cursuses 1:40; 2:26; 6:40; 5:32; 8:36

d’Appremont, Arnaud 2:41
dairy folklore 1:3
Dames, Michael 1:28; 2:37–8; 3:44
Darrah, John 2:36–7
Davidson, Hilda 1:2–6; 6:11–15
Davis, Courtney 1:45; 3:46
death platform, Neolithic 5:30
death roads 5:37–8; 7:41; see also spirit paths
Denmark, Alsog Stone 8:21
Denning, Kathryn 5:34; 8:44
Derbyshire, Anglo-Saxon crosses 5:32
— Doll Tor stone circle 10:36
— Dovedale 10:30–1
— Findern cursus 6:40
— Gardom’s Edge 7:39
— Glossop 10:28–33
— Langendale 10:28–33
— Melbourne 4:20–1
— stone circles 4:40
— Stoney Middleton 5:30
— trees 4:17–19
Devereux, Paul 1:28; 5:46–7; 9:39; 9:46; 10:5–6
Devon, Bideford 2:3
— Marwood 4:22
— Swimbridge 4:24
— Woodbury 4:20–1
dew ponds 8:41
Dickinson, Bob 9:33–8
Dillon, Patrick 5:48
dismemberment 2:17
divination at wells 7:41–2; 9:45
Dixon-Kennedy, Mike 1:43–4; 3:45–6
Dorset, Cerne Abbas 2:34; 3:39; 4:37; 4:42; 5:42–3
— fairies 10:35
— Salcombe Regis 4:7
— Selborne 4:5
dowsing 9:48–9
dragons 2:40–1; 4:39; 5:43; 7:42; 9:49
druids 5:1–6; 7:43–4
Drury, Vevill 3:47–8
Dumιzil, Georges 3:1–4; 5:7; 7:7
Duzer, Chet Van 9:8–16; 10:34–5

Earth Goddess, The 8:42–3; 9:41–2
earth lights 8:38; 9:44–5; 10:5–6; 10:28–33; 10:35 see also lights,
anomalous
Earth Mysteries 1:42
Earthed 6:44
earthquake 8:38
Egypt: cow goddess 1:2
— Orion Mystery 4:38–9
— pharaohs 4:35–6
— ancient simulacra 2:33
elves 3:39–40; 10:2-3; 10:4-9; 10:10-13; 10:14-15; 10:16-21; 10:37
England – see under county name
English Warrior, The 4:43–4
Eriks Saga Viπforla 1:8
Essex, Cressings Temple 10:37
Ethnography of the Neolithic, An 5:45
European Iron Age 8:46
Evans-Guenther, Charles 7:48
Evasdaughter, Susan 6:16–19
execution sites 10:36
Exploring the World of the Druids 7:43–4


Fahy, Norman 9:48–9
fairies 6:26; 8:3–4; 9:44; 10:2-3; 10:4-9; 10:10-13; 10:14-15; 10:16-21; 10:35
— and hollow hills 5:22–9; 10:7
— of Bristol region 7:42
Fairies 8:43–4
feminism – see gender
feng shui 6:41
fertility folklore 1:39–40
fertility rituals 3:38
Fewer, Greg 9:23–6
Field Guide to the Pictish Symbol Stones 10:37–8
figurines, prehistoric 4:37
Finnish mythology 4:44
fires as cosmological centres 6:40–1
Fitch, Eric 1:32–35
folklore and archaeology 5:33
— and rock art 8:26–9
— and time 7:29–30
— of barrows 7:42
— of weaving and spinning 6:20–29
— , gender in 6:3–4
— , The Guramooguck 9:23–6
— , rampaging women 6:11–15
fools 1:20–25
Ford, Henry 2:32
France, Chauvet Cave 2:39
— , Paleolithic art 7:39
Frank Earp 1:20–24
Frazer, James, 3:20–26
Freyr 2:9–11
Friends of Grampian Stones 1:36–7
Frodsham, Paul 4:33
From the Ashes of Angels 4:42–3; 5:41–2


Gawain, Sir 5:25
Gefion 1:6
gender 5:33; 6:1–19; 7:37; 9:44
Ghana, burial customs 3:38
ghosts 7:42; 7:48; 8:32; 10:4–5; 10:22–27
Gibson, Sylvia 8:34–5
GIS 5:37
Gloucestershire, Rodmarton 2:1
— sacred sites 4:45
Godda, Lady 4:39
goddesses 2:8–11; 2:34; 5:44–5; 6:40; 8:42–3; 9:41–2
Godiva, Lady 4:39
Gotham, Wise men of 1:20–25
Goths 2:8
Grammaticus, Saxo 1:8
Greece, Delphi 3:38
Green Chapel 5:25
green men 4:19–24; 4:25–28; 5:38–9; 6:39; 8:38
Green, Andrew 7:48; 8:33
Green, Miranda 5:44–5; 7:43–4
Griffiths, Bill 2:40–1; 5:47–8
Grivins, Valtars 3:5–11; 7:36; 8:22–25
Grundy, Thurlie 8:47
Guramooguck 9:23–6
Gwernan, Gwenfran 5:49


Haigh, Mike 7:37–8
Hale, A.J. 6:43
hallucinations 3:39–40 see also: altered states of consciousness
Hamilton, Susan 2:27; 10:36
Hampshire, Winchester 4:24
Harding, Jan 2:26
hares 6:31
Harris, David 3:45
Harte, Jeremy 1:15–19; 2:1–7; 3:27–33; 3:37; 4:1–9; 5:22–9; 5:43; 6:30–7; 6:39; 6:42–3; 7:11–25; 8:20–1; 8:44; 9:39; 9:47; 10:2–3; 10:9; 10:14–15; 10:16–21
Harvey, Graham 8:41
Hathor 1:2
haunted houses 10:22–7
Haunted Sussex Today 7:48
Hayman, Richard 9:45–6
head cult, Roman 2:33
hearg 2:34
hearing, anthropology of 9:27–32
Heimdallr 1:8
hell 8:20–1
Hemming, Jessica 7:37
henbane 4:37; 9:45
henges 2:26
Herbert, Kathleen 7:46–7
Herefordshire, Golden Valley 3:39
Hermoπr 1:8
Herne the Hunter 3:27–33
Heselton, Ken 4:35
Heselton, Philip 1:42; 1:43; 8:41
hill figures 2:34; 3:39; 4:37; 4:42; 5:42–3; 7:31–2
hill forts 5:38
Hill, Peter 4:25–8
hills, Elf Hill (Ailcy Hill), Ripon 10:37
— , hollow 5:22–9, 10:19
hindu mythology 9:11–13
Hirsch, Eric 6:42–3
historiography 1:11
hlaw 3:16–17
hobby horses 4:35; see also Cornwall, Padstow Obby Oss
Holda 6:25
Holdgate, Robin 2:38
Holland: Schagen-Muggenburg 2:33
— Moretl 10:35
— will o’the wisp 10:35
Holy Places of Celtic Britain 9:47–8
horse whisperers 1:39
houses: as cosmological symbols 6:39; 10:36
— , haunted 10:22–7
Howard, Michael 4:34
hummadruz 9:45
Hutton, Ronald 2:32; 3:25; 3:42–3
Hyperion 1:2


In the Footsteps of Arthur 4:44
India: axis mundi 10:34–5
— , cosmology 4:38; 5:13–14
— , tree veneration 5:39–41
Indo-European cosmology 7:4–10
Indo-European mythology 3:1–4; 5:7–12; 9:17–22
ingas 3:14
Inglelow, Jean 1:5
initiation 6:4
inn signs 5:38–9
International Pagan Pathwalkers 8:47
Introduction to Witchcraft 5:49
Inventio Fortunata 9:9–16
Ireland, Armagh 1:28; 2:18
— , Boyne Valley 9:43–4
— , Boyne valley rock art 1:38
— , central places 2:14–19; 3:46–7; see also — , Armagh; – , Navan; – , Tara; – , Uisneach
— , Croagh Patrick 1:29
— , cursuses 1:40
— , Fourknocks 4:39; 7:39; 8:35
— , Limerick 2:4
— , Loughcrew 1:40
— , Monavullagh Mountains 3:41
— , myths of 2:37–8
— , Navan 1:28; 2:17
— , Newgrange 10:19
— , rock art 1:38; 4:36; 8:36
— , Roman invasion 2:34; 3:40
— , sheela-na-gigs 7:47
— , stone circles of Cork and Kerry 3:47
— , Tara 1:28; 1:40; 2:17; 3:37; 3:37
— , Tramore Bay 9:23–6
— , trees and mazes 4:36
— , Uisneach 9:44
iron age cemeteries, 2:27–8
Isle of Man 3:38; 4:38; 5:37
Israel, Mount Sinai 4:39


James, Simon 7:43
Japan, Kobe earthquake 3:39; 8:38
— shinto shrines 7:33–4; 9:40–1
— suikinkusu (sound installations) 9:30–1
Jenkins, Chris 5:39
Jersey: La Hougue Bie 1:38
Jesus the Pagan Sun God 4:43
Jones, Andy 5:32
Jones, Leslie Ellen 5:1–6


Kelly, Eamonn 7:47
Kent, Deal 9:3–4
— Tandridge 4:3
King Arthur’s Britain 1:44–5
Koppana, Kati-Ma 4:44
kurgans 7:5–7


L’Axe de Vie des Anceins Nordiques 2:41
Lady of the Lake 10:12–13
Landscapes of Legend 10:37
Latvia 3:5–11
— , folklore 6:27
— , goddess 2:34
— , holy places 8:38
— , rock art 8:22–25
Layton, Robert 4:32; 5:33
Lean, David 1:8–9
Lee, Richard 9:42
Lethbridge, Tom 8:35
Lewis-Williams, David 5:31
leys 7:1–3; 8:32; 8:35; 9:39; 9:45; 10:35 see also alignments
lichen dating of labyrinths 4:38
lightning 4:39
lights, anomalous 4:39; 7:39 see also earth lights
liminality 1:7–10; 1:17; 2:31; 3:38; 7:42; 10:35; 10:36
Lincolnshire, Caistor 2:21
— , Dorrington 2:2
— , folklore 9:33
— , Leverton 4:22
— , milking song 1:5
— , St Peter’s Lincoln 7:40
linguistics 9:17–22
Listening People, Speaking Earth 8:41
Lithuania 4:41
Living Stream, The 1:41–2
Lleu Llaw Gyffes 3:1–4
Llyn y Fab Fach 1:5
Long Trip, The 9:46
Longfellow, H.W. 1:7
Low, Mary 5:46


Mabinogi 6:40; 7:37
McBeath, Alastair 5:43
Mack, Alastair 10:37–8
magnetic anomalies 8:5–6
Main, Lawrence 4:44; 7:47; 8:46–7
Malaysian myth 1:8
Maori Art and Culture 5:47
maps 5:38
Matthews, John 1:44; 7:48; 10:37
May day 1:3; 1:17
Mayan cosmology 1:39
mazes 4:36; 4:38; 7:48
Meaden, Terence 7:33–4; 8:45; 9:40–1
medieval woodland 1:15–16
Meet the Dragon 2:40–1
Mercator, Gerardus 9:8–16
Meredith, Allen 4:6–7
Meskell, Lynne 5:33; 5:44–5; 6:6–10
Mexico, Maya astronomy 9:48
Michell, John 3:44–5; 4:44
milk 1:2
Mirrors of magic 8:41
misericords 8:47
Mongolia 4:41
moot sites 4:39
Morgan, Marlo 8:36–7
Morrell, Robert 4:43; 5:39–41; 5:42; 10:34–5
Morris dancing 3:20
Mosta bridge 1:9
Mount Meru 9:11–12
Mutant Message Down Under 8:36–7
Myth 9:46–7
Mythic Ireland 2:37–8
Mythical Journeys 3:47
mythography 8:39–40
mythology 9:45–6
mythology of northen polar regions 9:8–16; 10:34–5
mythology, Indo-European 9:17–22


Nab, Harry ca 6:39
Nagahiro, Marian 1:36–7
Nash, George 10:38
Native American Traditions 1:42–3
near-death experiences 8:21
Neolithic, death platform 5:30
— standing stones 4:36
Nerthus, 2:8–11
Norfolk, Andy 4:35
Norfolk, Grimes Graves 5:37
— Thompson 4:20–1
Norman churches 9:44
north pole, myths 9:8–16; 10:34–5
Northamptonshire, green men 4:25–8
Northumberland, Hexham 8:47
— Milfield Basin 10:35
— rock art 8:10–15; 8:17–19
— Wooler henge 7:39
— Yeavering 9:4
Nottinghamshire, Gotham 1:20–24
— Wysall 4:20–1


O’Hanlon, Michael 6:42–3
Oakland, Elizabeth 10:10–14
Odin 2:35
Odysseus 1:2
Of Tree and Rock 4:44
Origins and Spread of Agriculture and Pastoralism in Eurasia 3:45
Origins of the Parish and Hundred of Tandridge 6:43
Orion Mystery 4:38–9
Osborne, Bruce 7:45
otherworld cattle 1:2–6
oxen 1:2–6
Oxfordshire, Brightwell Baldwin 4:24
— walks 7:47
oxhide tales 2:20–24


pagan rituals, north European 3:40
paganism: in folk customs 3:20–26
— modern 8:41; 8:47
— north European 2:8–12
Paganism in Arthurian Romance 2:36–7
Palmer, Martin and Nigel 7:44–5
Parker Pearson, Michael 2:17; 2:27–8; 5:17–21; 8:46
Patton, Mark 1:28; 2:32
Paz, Octavio 2:19
Peace-weavers and Shield-maidens 7:46–7
Peddie, John 5:48
Pennick, Nigel 2:36; 2:39–40; 5:38–9; 6:39; 7:1–3; 7:44; 8:32; 9:39–40;
9:41
Perceval 1:8
Peru, Inca astronomy 9:48
— Nazca lines 9:43
— pre-Inca ritual spaces 6:41
pharaohs 4:35–6
Piccini, Angela 2:28–9
Pickering, David 5:48–9
Pictish Symbol Stones, Field Guide to the 10:37–8
pilgrimage 3:39; 4:39; 4:41; 7:44–5; 8:35; 8:37; 8:39
Place 7:49
place, sacred geography conference 2:33
— sense of 1:11–14; 1:26–29
— spirit of 2:27
place-names: and origin of parishes 3:38
— religious 3:12–19
— Surrey central places 7:19–25
Polish midsummer customs 3:40
Pollington, Stephen 4:43–4; 7:46
post-modernism 6:1
Prout, Clare 4:30–1
Prussian paganism 7:36
Purgatory 10:36


Quinn, Phil 4:10–16


Ratcliffe, Eric 6:44
Rattue, James 1:41–2
Re-visioning the Earth 5:46–7
religious place-names 3:12–19
Renfrew, Colin 7:4–6
Research in Geomancy 1990–94 8:44; 10:9
Rich, Brian 5:39
Richards, Colin 2:26; 5:17–21; 8:46
Riddles in Stone 9:45–6
Rigby, Valery 7:43
Right Times No.1 10:38
roads 10:35; 10:36
Roberts, Andy 3:43–4
Roberts, Jack 3:46–7
Robin Hood 1:17–18
rock art 1:38; 2:39; 3:40; 4:32–3; 4:36; 5:37; 5:43; 7:37–8; 8:1–29; 8:29–30; 8:34–5; 8:36; 9:39; 10:36
Rock Art and the Prehistory of Atlantic Europe 8:16–19
Roman Britain 7:40; 9:44
Roman centuration 7:42
— roads 8:38
Rome 1:10
Rosmerta 1:2–4
Rowan 1:30–31
Rumpelstilskin 6:22


Sacred Britain 7:44–5
Sacred Journeys 8:39
Sacred Mythologcal Centres of Ireland 3:46–7
sacrifice 2:17
St Brigid 1:5; 3:38
St Kenelm 1:5
St Michael 7:40
St Wistan 1:5–6
saints, Celtic 2:5
Saudia Arabia, Mecca 8:37; 9:8
Save Our Sacred Sites 4:30–1
Saxon Voices 5:48
Scotland, archaeoastronomy 4:37
— Callanish 3:40
— Clava 2:25–6; 4:38; 5:32; 8:11–12
— Hebridean saints 4:41
— Holywood cursus 5:32
— Isle of Arran 5:32; 6:41
— Kilmartin 9:44
— Maes Howe 5:26–7; 8:36
— Maiden Stone, Bennachie 7:41
— neolithic houses on Orkney 5:17–21
— rock art 8:11–15; 8:26–9
— Scone 8:37
— South Harris 10:20
Secret Camelot 7:48
Secret Places of the Goddess 1:43
Secret Signs Symbols and Sigils 2:39–40
shamanism 1:7–8; 3:40; 3:47–8; 4:39; 7:39; 8:2–5; 8:35–6; 9:49
Shamanism 3:47–8
Sharp, Mick 9:47–8
Sheela-na-gigs - the Origin and Function 7:47
Shepherd of Myddfai 10:12
shinto 7:33–4; 9:40–1
shoes, concealed 4:40
Shropshire, Stottesdon, 4:22
— Mitchell’s Fold 1:5
Sidebottom, Phil 5:33
simulacra 2:33
skyline concordance 8:36
Smith, Gavin 3:12–19; 7:19–25; 8:33–4
Solheim, Svale 1:3
Somerset, Bath 8:35
Somerset, Stanton Drew 9:38; 9:44
— stones 5:38
— Stoney Littleton 8:31
sound ‘sculptures’ 9:30–1; 9:36–7
sound in the landscape 9:33–8; see also acoustics; hummadruz
Spain, rock art 3:40; 8:17–18
Spartans 4:41
spirals 3:39
spirit paths 5:37–8; 7:41; 8:35
Springs, Spouts, Fountains and Holy Wells of the Malverns 7:45
standing stones 4:36
Starzecha, D.C. 5:47
Stations of the Sun, The 3:42–3
Stead, Michael 10:37
Stevens, R.A. 1:25
Stone Circles of Cork and Kerry 3:47
Stone of Scone 8:37
stone rows 5:38
Stone, Alby 1:7–10; 2:8–12; 3:1–4; 4:34; 5:7–12; 5:45; 5:47–8; 7:4–10; 7:36–7; 7:46–7; 8:39–40; 9:17–22; 9:46–7
Stonehenge - The Secret of the Solstice 8:45
stow 3:15
Straffon, Cheryl 7:37; 8:42–3; 9:41–2
Strange Furlongs 6:44
stupas 3:38
sufism 8:37
Sullivan, Danny 4:45; 8:31; 8:32; 8:35
Sunlin, Mark 9:49
Surrey, place-names 7:19–25
— Tandridge 6:43
— Wanborough Romano-British temple 7:39–40
surveying 5:38
Sussex, Chichester 10:35
— Crowhurst 4:1–2
— Eastbourne 1:39
— ghosts 7:48
— Pevensey 1:25
— Wilmington 3:39
Sweden, Carlshoegen 7:8


TAG conferences 1:26-30; 2:25–30; 5:31–34; 7:41
Taylor, David 10:22–7
Thailand monuments 3:38
Thomas, Julian 1:27
Thor 3:40
Thorn, Richard 9:27–32
Thorn, Thorskegga 6:25–9
Tibetan religion 4:40
Tibet, Mount Kailas rituals 10:37
Tilley, Christopher 1:28; 2:27; 5:45
time 1:11–14; 7:26–30; 7:42
Time Team 3:39
tjurunga 2:33
toot hills 4:39
torii 7:33–4; 9:40–1
Traveller’s Guide to Arthurian Britain 8:46
Traveller’s Guide to Sacred England, The 4:44
tree place-names 3:16
trees 1:15–19
— and mazes 4:36
— in Bristol landscape 4:10–16
— in Derbyshire 4:17–19
— , Indian 5:39–41
— , Mesolithic sacred 5:37
— , Peak District 5:39
— , scared groves 4:36
— , yews 4:1–9; 5:39; 6:41
Troyes, Crιtien de 1:8
tunnel legends 7:42
tunnel visions 8:20–1
Turkey, Catal Huyuk 5:31
Tyler, Donald 9:48


Unknown Arthur, The 1:44


‘Venus’ figure 4:37
Verluis, Arthur 1:42–3
votive deposits, Roman 7:40; 8:37


Wain, Paul 4:17–19
Wales, Black Mountains 9:44
— Dinas Dinorwic 9:39
— Dinas Mawddwy 8:46–7
— Knighton 3:40
— Pembrokeshire dolmens 1:39
— Preseli 1:38–9
— walks linked to King Arthur 4:44
Walking the Talk 3:48
Walks in Mysterious Oxfordshire 7:47
Waller, Steven 8:6
Warwick, Guy of 1:5
Water Dragons 9:49
Watkins, Alfred 1:45; 2:2; 7:1–3
Watkins, Allen 1:45
Watson, Aaron 8:6
weasels 6:33
Weaver, Cora 7:45
weaving and spinning, folklore of 6:20–29
Weir, Anthony, 1:11–14; 7:47
well(s), Jewish ritual mikvah 8:38
— Roman ‘votives’ 8:37
— Syrian 4:40
— and divination 9:45
— folklore 4:39
— holy 1:41–2; 6:41; 7:41
— national index of holy 9:42
Wessex, and Danelaw 4:40
West Midlands, Coventry 1:39
Westwood, Jennifer 8:39
Whitley, David 8:6–8
Who wrote Shakespeare? 3:44
Widdowson, J.D.A. 9:47
Wilde, Lyn Webster 6:42
Wilder, Thornton 1:8
will o’the wisp 10:35
Williams, Howard 9:1–7
Wiltshire, Codford 4:22
— Lacock 4:22
— Salisbury Plain 2:33–4
— Stonehenge 1:38; 2:34; 4:28–9; 4:38; 5:21; 6:41; 7:33–4; 8:45; 9:44
— Swallowcliffe Down, 9:5
— Uffington 7:31–2
— Winkelbury Hill 9:2
— Woodhenge 3:40–1
witchcraft 5:48–9; 6:30–7
Worcestershire, Malverns 4:38; 7:45
Wordsworth, William 1:7
world tree 2:42; 10:34–5
Wright, L.M. 4:43
writing, ‘cosmic scripts’ 3:39


yew trees 4:1–9; 5:39; 6:41
Yggdrasil 2:41
Ymir’s Flesh 7:46
Ymir 1:6
Yorkshire, Askwith Moor 4:33
— Fountains Abbey 4:26
— iron age cemeteries 2:27–8
— Ripon 10:37
— Sowerby 4:39; 10:36
— Thornborough 8:36


Zimbabwe, Great 4:40
— rock art 8:3
Zoroastrian myth 1:7

Originally published in At the Edge No.10 1998.


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