The Windmills Of Your Mound

 

 

In the Mound Lines.

It has been a beautiful late summer’s day today so I thought I would make a visit to the Reigate Heath mounds close to where I live. I’ve been meaning to do this for some time. The significance of mounds is unclear at the moment but they do appear to have meaning. I decided to use Shank’s Pony and ended up walking a long way there and back but the journey was worth while as all sorts turned up along the way. ‘Life is not about the destination. It’s about the journey’ type of thing. I’m not 100 % convinced about that but it’s been a hell of a ride.

The first weird thing to show itself.

A Teddy Bear banging a drum.

 

 

 

Then I entered the ‘Cure for Wellness’. I very rarely have to go a long way. Jenny and I have a ‘Saturday at the Movies’ ritual and it has become apparent that we interact with the movies somehow and are characters in the films. Which is weird.

One of the movies we’ve watched is A Cure for Wellness. And like Hotel California you never leave. No one ever gets better.

From Wiki :

‘Lockhart, an executive at a financial services firm in New York City, is sent by the board of directors to retrieve CEO Roland Pembroke, who had abruptly decided to stay at a “wellness center” in the Swiss Alps. At the spa, Lockhart is met with resistance by the staff and Dr. Heinreich Volmer in attempting to speak with Pembroke.

Lockhart leaves, but is involved in a car accident and awakens at the center – supposedly three days later – with his leg in a plaster cast. In spite of the horrendous accident, both he and the driver suffer only minor injuries. Lockhart meets a mysterious young girl named Hannah who, among others, doses herself with a mysterious fluid from small, cobalt-colored bottles.’

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Health Club and Spa.

 

 

Luckily enough I managed to escape the clutches of ‘A Cure for Wellness’ and continued my journey and passed the murals on the walls of the tunnel. Something along those lines.

Give me DAT ding.

 

 

And a Yurt.

 

 

Head This Way.

 

 

 

A Sunburst.

 

 

The Merrie Garden. And there was more but just giving a flavour.

 

 

Eventually I reached my destination – Reigate Heath – and then had to work out where the mounds were. There is a permissive horse riding policy on Reigate Heath.

 


 

 

There are meant to be seven mounds or tumuli as they are described on the map in the woods. It would seem to be where the bodies are buried which follows a recent pattern. Dig It All up. It is described as a Cairn Cemetary by the Modern Antiquarian :

From Modern Antiquarian Reigate Heath – Barrow / Cairn Cemetary :

‘This site is easily found and well worth checking out, for all those close to South London and have a car, to find the best examples of possible Bronze Age barrows as close to London as you may find (the next being possibly Croham Hurst in South Croydon).

Take the A25 route from Reigate to Dorking and less than 1km from the town centre you will easily see a turn off into the Heath down Flanchford Road – you can park in a dedicated car park a few hundred yards down. Cross the road and heading NE, you are on the heathland and upon the first of the tumuli that are marked on the nearby council information board – though it is very difficult to discern from the rest of the increasingly undulating landscape that unfolds the further you walk on…

Carry on up the main path and into the trees and take your guess and use your instincts as to where exactly the other tumuli might be – despite the claim to there being seven barrows here!’

The area is very overgrown and I only managed to find two mounds for definite. There’s 2 Of Everything. It may be better in February to find other mounds but it’s cold in February.

As Above, So Below.

 

 

Mound 1

 

 

 

 

Mound 2

 

 

 

 

And the reason why the title of the article is ‘The Windmills Of Your Mound’. The barrows or mounds are close to the Windmill Church which is on Reigate Heath as well.

From ‘An Unexpected Journey’.

 

 

 

After I finished at the mounds I went off the beaten track even more. In the fields. Recently I’ve found myself entering the Bluebell Field and the Field of Gold and today it was a Cornfield.

 

 

 

 

 
We seem to be in a strange and surreal mix of 5D Heaven and 3D Hell at present and neither seem real. I’m not sure exactly what the true truth is but think it’s safe to say this reality isn’t.

 

 

They’re still turning.

 

28 thoughts on “The Windmills Of Your Mound

  1. Anniversary of 9/11 coming up soon.

    And links with The Beatles and Sgt Pepper this year and Creepy Crowley.

    On this day in history. It’s the 20th anniversary of 9/11 this year. And 2001 and 2012 and 2021.

    ‘It was 20 years ago today
    Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play
    They’ve been going in and out of style
    But they’re guaranteed to raise a smile
    So may I introduce to you
    The act you’ve know for all these years
    Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’

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  2. Give me DAT ding.

    ‘What is a DAT file?

    A DAT file is a generic data file created by a specific application. It may contain data in binary or text format. DAT files are typically accessed only by the application that created them.

    How do I open a DAT file?

    Many programs create, open, or reference DAT files. However, most DAT files are used only for application support and are not meant to be opened manually by users.’

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  3. Mounds. Bones.

    Mary Magdalen is always holding a skull.

    It ties into Atlantis. In the little Mermaid, Ariel is a ‘hoarder’ & she has this

    A Neptuning fork. The U and the I is this 🔱

    Mary Magdalen contemplates the skull & crucifix. The “painful” childbirth & every time a woman gives birth, a part of her dies. (a sacrifice takes place). It’s something about energy & “knowing”, (gnosis).

    IDK. I’m still dying a little bit 🙄

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      1. Ariel

        ‘1382, in the Wyclif Bible, a word taken untranslated from the Vulgate, from Greek ariel (Septuagint), from Hebrew ariel; in later Bibles, translated as “altar.”

        (Gesenius would here translate “fire-hearth of God,” after Arab. arr; elsewhere in O.T. the same word occurs as a man’s name, and appellation of Jerusalem, where it is taken as = “lion of God.”) Ariel in T. Heywood and Milton is the name of an angel, in Shakespeare of “an Ayrie spirit”; in Astron. of one of the satellites of Uranus. [OED]

        As the name of a species of gazelle found in the Middle East, 1832, from Arabic aryil, variant of ayyil “stag.” The Uranian satellite was discovered in 1851.’

        And the Signal.

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    1. MJ

      Wonderful but strange trip to the mounds. What is their significance ? And the wordplay with mound and mind and the Moundela Effect. It’s a Mound Trip.

      And Sutton Hoo.

      The Modern Antiquarian called it a Cairn Cemetary and the link to the skull. Where the bodies are buried. First Pindar and now Anubis. In the Underworld.

      Can you Dig It.

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      1. Excellent trailer :). Anubis has big ears. He hears tones (S-tone). Something about the cervix/womb & cervix in neck. I don’t like wearing a choker.
        Neck ties, chokers, etc. River dams. They’re all the same.

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      2. Excellent trailer :). Anubis has big ears. He hears tones (S-tone). Something about the cervix/womb & cervix in neck. I don’t like wearing a choker.
        Neck ties, chokers, etc. River dams. They’re all the same.

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  4. Suez
    Zeus

    a clogging of the electromagnetic flow.

    We live in the weirdest time & place.

    Textile and text. Words are fabric. ‘without words, I am naked’.
    A woven story. What separates man from animal. But without words, I am free.

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  5. But what seems like a mad world is a falling away from the text. So we write our own story. I am wondering if anyone else feels physical changes too. I hate to be morbid, but when my cat died, he had anemia, and iron is made in bone marrow. Bone, blood, DNA. Everything is changing. (it’s what the CORONAvirus is).

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