A leyline walk taking in the Diana Altar at St Paul's Cathedral

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Charing Cross Underground Station

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I will be waiting by the large stone sculpture with a cross at the top (memorial to Eleanor of Castille) outside Charing Cross Station.

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Tuesday 13th August, in Roman tradition, was the Festival of Diana, being the date upon which King Servius Tullius dedicated her shrine on the Aventine Hill in Rome in the mid-sixth century BCE. Diana was the hunting goddess, associated with wild animals and woodlands. She later became a moon goddess, supplanting Luna; and the moon was an emblem of chastity. Oak groves were especially sacred to her. She was praised in poetry for her strength, athletic grace, purity, distinct beauty, and hunting skill. Despite her virginal status, Diana was also a Goddess of Fertility.

This walk will commence at Charing Cross station, The Strand, and take in several sites along the sacred leylines identified by Chris Street in his book London Leylines; Pathways of Enlightenmet. We will end up at St Paul's where we will meditate at the Diana Altar sacred to Diana.

Advance payment is £10 + £1 PayPal fee. Or you can pay £11 by bank transfer to Harmony Healing, sort code:[masked], account number[masked]. If you would rather pay cash on the day (£15 per head), you will need to email Joanna or contact via Meet-up to as the room is suitable for up to 8 people maximum. Last minute bookings on the day can be made by texting Joanna on[masked] and payment can be made by cash at the venue, but space cannot be guaranteed.

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