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Tour Sacred Sites Scotland

Why tour sacred sites in Scotland?

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Jackie thank you again for all you have shared with us, it's been a beautiful journey, I will never forget it, especially what we have learned from each place, and what every one of them had taught us, what seed of knowledge had inspired us to move our consciousness forward, and appreciate so many gifts from each circle, each stone, and never forgetting the holy water that surrounds those beautiful places.

Rosario Guerra Garcia September 11, 2019

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It was really really good. The sound healing session with the practitioner at her private sacred site was a good addition to the tour spots that we went to and the energy of each site we went to sort of flowed into each other seamlessly. I was very satisfied with it all.

Kuin, Australia February 3, 2015

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My trip to Scotland was wonderful, but the tour with you was magical. You are an important link to reconnecting and re-awakening people in the present day to their divine purpose in connection with the Rose Line.

Deborah USA February 4, 2015

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I am sure you do not remember my family, but we took one of your tours way back in 2003 or so, and really enjoyed it. We look over our photos often, and are thankful for the insight and information you shared with us during those 4 or 5 hours. I just wanted to thank you for sharing those magnificent sights and all that history with us- it will be with us the rest of our lives! Your tour was so very special to us- our children still remember going into the underground vault, and seeing the magnificent statues and carvings. It was a very moving and beautiful moment for us, and definitely added to the memories of our holiday to Scotland.

Steve Morgan Texas March 23, 2015

Sacred sites anchor very high energies in Scotland

Sundial Stone Borthwick Church near Rosslyn Chapel on sacred sites tour scotland

Ley line from sundial to Rosslyn Chapel

Scotland is a very special land masse and connects to many places on a global scale. The Knights Templar, the early Christian monks and other mystics all recognized this. Like our predecessors, on these unique tours we visit sacred sites in Scotland to understand the energetic connection between intensely sacred sites. Moreover, we learn of ley lines that resonate with the metaphysical interpretation of the Holy Grail, and prehistoric sites that resonate with the transformation processes inherent in life.  Indeed, Scotland holds a lot of sacred intent via its past ceremonies and inner traditions. The intent at the ancient sites clearly manifested special human events as the energies transform into denser matter. On the other hand, places like Roslin Glen anchor the all important devic realms (nature beings and elementals and deep inner earth hierachies).

Ley Lines

The Sacred Sites Scotland Tour includes many sacred sites connected by ley lines and legends. For instance, we follow the connection between Glen Lyon/Schiehallion in Perthshire and Rosslyn Chapel/Roslin Glen/Edinburgh. Also we can learn about ley lines that are connected to a deeply metaphysical version of the Holy Grail. However, we also visit prehistoric sites that resonate with the transformation processes inherent in life.

Metatronic Energies of Scotland

Some ancient sites resonate at very high frequencies that anchor “Metatronic” energies. Those who worked with the site actively in the past clearly linked in with the Metatronic realms.  Moreover, as energies held at sacred sites transformed into denser matter, special events occurred that lend Scotland that special place in many people’s hearts.

The Yew Tree is a key element in the Celtic Year calendar

Yew Trees are guardians of the threshold

Meanwhile, places like Roslin Glen anchor the all-important devic realms (consisting of nature beings, elementals and divine inner earth hierachies).

Rosslyn Chapel expert

Jackie has written well received guides to the esoteric meanings of the carvings at the world-famous Rosslyn Chapel and also to the earth grids and sacred geometry inherent in the surrounding landscape. Fortunately, these guides are on sale at the chapel or in the online shop on this site. Sacred sites if highly active still can anchor energies that link in with the Metatronic realms. Unsurprisingly for those who have been there, Rosslyn Chapel is one such sacred site.

Jackie is deeply in debt to the deceased mystic William Buehler for his insights that he so freely shared on a daily basis for ten years or so.

Ancient Edinburgh

Apart from Rosslyn Chapel itself where Jackie was the first and longest lasting external guide, regular sites visited include Holyrood Park in Edinburgh. Other local sites include a secret garden, underground chapels and Templar graveyards, ancient vaults, stone circles and ancient trees.

Ley Lines of Scotland form earth gridssacred sites tour or earth grids

 Learn of ley lines that are connected to a deep, metaphysical version of the Holy Grail. They form an earth grid, whose purpose is to anchor energies that perpetually link in with the Metatronic realms, thus making the areas very sacred. Enjoy Jackie’s unique tour of Rosslyn Chapel in the Scottish Lowlands combined with an equally special tour of the Scottish Highlands.

Glen Lyon

Spend time wandering in the Glen Lyon area where the early monks from Iona walked the ley lines to their sister monastery. Indeed, some early artefacts still remain from this period. Because Glen Lyon is also one of the most untouched areas of Scotland, its legendary fairy energies are still strong. So it is an ideal place if you want to spend time wandering through nature. The history of Glen Lyon is very unusual and points to it being special. We follow a fascinating connection between Glen Lyon/Schiehallion and Rosslyn Chapel/Roslin Glen/Edinburgh. This is sacred Scotland at its very best!

Add Ons to Tour

Places to go to for your sacred sites Scotland tour. Going on, the choice is quite varied in direction:

  • To the south are the legends of Arthur and Merlin.
  • To the north there are beautifully carved stones and stone circles from the Picts, or the prehistoric tombs at Clava Cairns in Inverness shire.Even further afield are the wonderful megalithic sites on  Outer Hebrides, to Orkney. 
  • Venturing west to the coast of Scotland we could explore Templar sites, or megalithic cemeteries of Kilmartin. Beyond that are the the sacred isles of Mull and Iona – significant for its Mary Magdalene legends, high angelic energies and deeper Christianity often perceived as the Holy Spirit. In addition, there are deep connections with sacred ley lines and geomancy.
  • Finally the sites of Callanais and other monuments are very powerful on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.

 

When you get in touch Jackie will help you decide where to go based on your individual interests.

 

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It was one of my favourite experiences in the Scotland wing of my trip. You are a truly lovely person and so knowledgeable – all of the testimonials on your web site speak to this and I wanted to say that I agree wholeheartedly. There is something truly magical about that place (especially Roslin Glen).

Louisa, Canada February 4, 2015

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I had two wonderful days with you and want to thank you. The healing put the finishing touches on such a beautiful experience, putting it all together for me. I look forward to going to Rennes Le Chateau with you later.

Ursula, Germany February 3, 2015

PRACTICALITIES and PRICING

Your options are either

  • to hire me as your tour guide for a flat daily rate + expenses of accommodation and meals in your hire car. 2020 fees are €310 a day in Ireland or £300 in Scotland OR
  • hire me as a your tour guide with a driver and his own vehicle – our fees before expenses are circa £500 per day in UK/€550 a day in Ireland.

A 30% deposit is required in all instances. Accommodation can be booked by you upon our recommendation. Jackie is your guide and itinerary creator. Alternatively she can devise you a self-drive tour.