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NS095535 St Blane's Chapel on the Isle of Bute
This is a place that I keep coming back to as I seem to have peace here. You also have a sense of serenity at this sheltered spot, one of the most beautiful sites on the island above Dunagoil. St Blane was born on Bute where he established his monastery. The existing ruins, dating from the 12th century, were not the first buildings on the site. There is evidence of much earlier settlements. The names of two seventh-century bishops and three eighth-century abbots are recorded among the tombs|
|Lance i was just wondering what feelings do you get when you are up at st blanes chapel and also a small thing concerning the witches cauldron i went there and felt it was a very powerful place this was on a windy day but while i was stood in the cauldron bit strangely i felt no wind it was still, would you know if there was a ley line or anything running through those parts? please let me know my email adress is email@example.com|
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