In the summer of 2018 I moved into a van with the intention of experimenting with and investigating an alternative way of living, and that’s what this project is all about. When you only glimpse at living in a van it seems to have some very obvious drawbacks, like a lack of space or where to do your laundry but as I have found out over the last few years there are plenty of benefits too.
We started Live-streaming during the Courna-18 Virus lockdown as we were living in a van at the time and were able to visit ancient sites. Live-streaming was a way to allow people to join us and be a part of the exploration of the sites, while confined to their houses.
take a look at the stone ships, the rune carved stones, rows of standing stones, ridges covered in standing stones, stones hidden in the forest, an abundance of pyramid shaped stones, right angles cut into rocks and much much more. We use an Oldfield filter to try and see some of the energies that are supposed to be emitted from some of the stones, which is fascinating footage in itself.
In the summer of 2019 I went on a road trip of Ireland with some friends of mine. This film features a range of dolmen, stone circles, passage graves, stone alignments and one of the most interesting standing stones I have seen with what looks like finger marks and evidence of stone polishing.
A great trip in a great country full of lovely people.
In the Summer of 2019 Mick visited a mysterious pyramid found in the Austrian Forest.
It is situated in a park with 5 sites known for their subtle energies, popular for healing and dowsing, with the age hotly disputed.
Also take a look at the “Natural Formations” found in the Czech Republic.
On my road-trip around Slovakia I couldn’t resist stopping at one of the only megalithic sites in the country. It is a standing stone surrounded by fallen stones but there has been a lot of reconstruction so the exact structure of the site is hard to determine.