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|Description ||The farm dog looked very suspiciously at me as I approached the entrance to the tomb, and .. as if he knew I was going to look at the Ox Burial site ... he made sure I knew exactly where it was!|
(Not the first time animals have behaved unusually at sites.)
| Ah yes, the Border Collie Site Guardians. |
I've lost count of the number of these that have found me on approach to an ancient site but their presence and actions always enhance my visits
| I was telling this story with tongue firmly implanted in cheek, Rune ... but it was funny the way he 'highlighted' those stones, as I was later to dowse them [for 2nd time] and the inner chamber with good results. Maybe he was hoping to 'round up' some spirits?? - it isn't me he's looking at and no-one else was there! |
I had a cat companion on my first visit to Duloe, too, and he acted like a human!
| I met this chap on my recent visit. He seemed to show an interest in the other side of the henge, just behind the engraved stone. Then he lost interest and disapeared back to the farmhouse.|
| Perhaps he's a 'messenger' from the ancestors? ;-)|
| He did seem to be waiting for me Angie, and his behaviour was odd. Once he'd shown me the spot he left straight away, job done? I don't know what it was all about though.|
| Exactly the same when I was there, Cerrig. Very strange. It'll be interesting to see how many others on Meg P get the same experience at BCD. (After he'd gone I got these: http://www.megalithic.co.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=a312&file=index&do=showpic&pid=54557&orderby=dateD, and http://www.megalithic.co.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=a312&file=index&do=showpic&pid=54558&orderby=dateD )|
| Angie, did you do any dowsing in the area of the engraved stone.|
| No, but shall next time I visit. Once that was the centre of a circle, see here: http://www.megalithic.co.uk/modules.php?op=modload&name=a312&file=index&do=showpic&pid=22840 |
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