A description of Glastonbury that remains one of the most evocative and poignant accounts of this wild yet holy place; a power center polarizing with distant Jerusalem and linking and harmonizing the Christian way with the primeval and pagan past of England.
Dion Fortune includes as a background time honoured legends of Joseph of Arimathea, the Grail and Authur the king with special insights since she, more than any other reestablished these long over looked hjistoric matters of the Isles of Britain with special authority.
Avalon of the Heart is besides, both lyrical and poetic, recapturing the timelessly inspiring mood of Glastonbury, as she knew and loved it. To pilgrims of the Aquarian Age her account is a precious reminder oif Britain's heritage and it's deep roots in the past. Not only that, but a gateway to the future.
With black and white illustrations by Peter Arthy.