From 2023 I am ceasing to offer live tours in either Ireland or Scotland and instead am offering tailor-made guide notes for your personal group or solo itinerary. I devised and led Celtic Trails from 1999-2009 that included daily day tours of Rosslyn Chapel and other locally linked sites. I was the first regular external guide to the chapel, well in advance of the Da Vinci Code phenomena. Celtic Trails also offered several other fascinating day trails from Edinburgh. My 20 years living in Scotland contributes to experience I am sure can enrichen your own visit to Scotland. There are many options for your itinerary so here I present a typical Sacred Sites Itinerary which could include detailed guide notes for
My guides are still popular at the chapel. You may purchase them from my online shop on this site in advance of your trip or with a bit of luck they would be on sale at the chapel. as sometimes they run out of stock! These guides cover in a systematic way the esoteric meanings of the carvings at the world-famous Rosslyn Chapel. They also reference with diagrams the earth grids and sacred geometry inherent in the chapel and surrounding landscape. 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.
Ed: Jackie Queally is deeply indebted to the mystic William Buehler for his insights that he so freely shared on a daily basis for ten years or so.
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, holy wells and ancient trees.
Arthur and Merlin
In and around the Borders and Edinburgh are landscapes associated with King Arthur and the seer Merlin, and it is well worth visiting these timeless spots where hills take on a more meaningful form.
In Invernesshire the carefully orientated Clava Cairns are well worth a visit. Continuing eastward, the recumbent stone circles of Aberdeenshire and Angus are aligned with the movements of the Moon and the Sun with an apparent bias toward a matriarchal society when they were in use. The enigmatic Picts constructed these circles honouring certain directions above others. The enigma of the Picts is evidenced in their wonderful carved stones– where animals and then Christian motifs mix. The land here is rich as if they left their legacy behind…
Callanais on the isle of Lewis is of immense importance on an international stage and as ever my notes would explain both the esoteric (non-physical) and physical attributes.
Like Callanais, the powerful sites of Skara Brae, Ring of Brodgar and Stemness stones have layers of meaning inherent in their placing on the land. Astronomy, geomancy, and other such disciplines are very relevant here.
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. We follow the connection between Glen Lyon/Schiehallion in Perthshire and Rosslyn Chapel/Roslin Glen/Edinburgh via ley lines that are connected to a deeply metaphysical version of the Holy Grail. This is sacred Scotland at its very best!
Mull and Iona and the west coast of Argyll
The sacred isles of Mull and its tiny neighbouring Iona are significant for their Mary Magdalene legends, high angelic energies and a deeper Christianity often perceived as the Holy Spirit. In addition, there are sacred functions within the matrix of ley lines and the knowledge of geomancy. Returning to the mainland there are many stones and sites linked to the Knights Templar. You an also explore the megalithic cemeteries of Kilmartin and the early Christian mission in the valley. There is a wonderful local walk to view extensive rock art attributed to the Picts- this region is very rich in places to visit and linger at.
Overview of Sacred Scotland itinerary: Sacred sites anchor very high energies in Scotland
Scotland is a very special land masse and connects to many places on a global scale. Indeed, Scotland holds a lot of sacred intent via its past ceremonies and inner traditions. The intent at the ancient sites manifested special human events as the energies transform into denser matter. On the other hand, places like Roslin Glenanchor the all important devic realms (nature beings and elementals and deep inner earth hierarchies). The Knights Templar, the early Christian monks and other mystics all recognized this. Like our predecessors, using my unique itineraries you can visit sacred sites in Scotland to understand the energetic connection between intensely sacred sites.
Ley Lines of Scotland form earth grids
William Buehler studied mystical scripts for universal codings that supported new evolved life forms. He saw how his research manifested into a system he coined The Reshel. When applied to the land he saw an increasingly complex grid system of ley lines in Scotland that resonated with the metaphysical interpretation of the Holy Grail. These grids anchor subtle energies that perpetually link in with the highest vibratory realms available to humans. Prehistoric sites still 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.
When you get in touch, Jackie will help you decide where to go based on your individual interests. An initial phone call using Zoom is useful
PRACTICALITIES and PRICING
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Itineraries are according to amount of work involved- to be decided upon when booking, and once payment is made I will begin preparing to a deadline agreed upon.
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