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Orkney   Lewis    Skye

September 23 - October 3, 2024

Welcome to Scotland!

Journey into the mists of time and ancient Scotland! Whether traveling through the winding roads of Skye, or through the majestic valley of Glencoe and the Highlands, you'll definitely feel you're in another world. It's in these hills, and valleys, and rocky shores where our ancient ancestors held the mysteries in high regard. As we follow their ancient path, together, we'll uncover the secrets held in the mystical lands of Scotland!


Group Size


September 23rd - October 3rd, 2024

10-12 people

Arrive in Edinburgh.

Depart from Edinburgh


A Blessing for Your Journey

Our journey begins at the Fortingall Yew Tree, estimated to be between 4,000-5,000 years old.

Here, we will ask the ancient tree for her blessing on our journey as we continue north into the majestic highlands of Scotland

We'll spend the afternoon on a trek into the Highlands to walk with the Cairngorm Reindeer that freely roam the area, and welcome visitors.

For Scotland, they represent the old Antlered One - a goddess of great antiquity who followed the deer trod and for some, is known as Elen of the Ways.


The Ancient Ones Welcome You to the Mystical Island of Orkney

Orkney is one of Scotland's furthest northern isles, inhabited over 8500 years ago by neolithic tribes, and later the picts.  You'll discover dramatic sea cliffs, amazing wildlife, and some of the most powerful sacred sites!

Here, you'll experience the Viking influence that is unique only to the northern isles of Scotland, while walking in the footsteps of the ancestors.

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What You'll Receive

10-Day Mystical Journey

An immersion in nature, sacred landscape and sites that have held spiritual significance through out time.

Guided Self-Inquiry

Daily questions prompting you to explore and deepen your understanding of your most authentic self.

Course Curriculum

You'll receive a booklet upon arrival that teaches about the ancient tribes of Scotland, the Celts and the Picts, along with the Rose line and the association with Mary Magdalene.

Grail Teachings

Scotland is a land rich in both myth and mystery that is very much apart of the Grail teachings that reach far beyond what we know as the Arthurian Legends.

Live Calls

I offer meditations to prepare you for the initiatory aspect of this journey, as well as an integration call upon your return.

Private What'sApp Group

You'll be invited into our private What'sApp group where I'll periodically share news, messages and gorgeous photos.

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Enshrouded in mystery, the ancient Callanish Stone Circle welcomes you here to the Outer Hebrides on the Isle of Lewis. 

Overlooking beautiful Loch Roag,

you'll walk between worlds, a rare invitation to touch upon the past of the ancient people who once lived here and held ritual in this very sacred and mystical place.


Skye is a place with the most astounding

landscape in the world.  Magical terrain with rugged

coastline, pockets of faerie mounds and

sparkling pools of water.

Here, the Otherworld is at your fingertips.

We'll explore both history and legend of the

pre-Celtic tribes, the Sidhe and the sacred sites of Skye that are intertwined with the Yeshua lineage.

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Brodgar Stone Circle


The first time I visited Orkney was in August, 1995.  Our small group made our way up the hill to the Brodgar stone circle in the dark for a mid-night ceremony. The air was damp and cool, and held the scent of nearby heather and salty sea water.

As I entered the circle, the voices from other members of the group fell silent and I was pulled to one particular stone.  I felt a very familiar presence.  Was it a being from the Otherworld? Was it the stone itself?  I may never know, but this is the magic of Orkney!

Cultural Delights

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Tradtional Harris Tweed

Weaving and knitting has been a part of the culture of Scotland's lands throughout the ages.  Sheep roam the rural areas and small weaving mills continue the old craft, offering heirloom-quality blankets and clothing.

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Scottish Whiskey

Local brewers are plentiful in Scotland, small batches of whiskey and gin. I like to purchase small bottles of each for making herbal remedies and flower essences.

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Clotted Cream & Scones

You'll enjoy fresh, home-baked scones with a dollop of clotted cream - unique to the UK.  A delicious, rich, creamy spread that makes for a perfect afternoon snack.

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With each footstep, through the mists of time, we awaken the goddess in these ancient lands. And she, in return, stirs awake our forgotten self.


The Highlands

We'll explore both sides of the Highlands.  First, on our way to Orkney when we'll trek into the highlands and walk among the

Cairngorm reindeer.


On our final leg of our journey, we'll travel through the Highlands and marvel at the majestic

Kintail and five sister peaks, as well as a visit to

Eileen Donan Castle, the most picturesque

castle in all of Scotland.

Your Initiaton

An Cailleach is a goddess of great antiquity. She is the primal life force that dwells deep in the earth, forever stirring her cauldron. While walking through the lands of Scotland, you'll feel her tug at your roots, inviting you to deepen and connect with your own primal nature.

With an Cailleach, are the dragons.  They too are assisting humanity to deepen, and to heal the ravine of separation. Looking through the eyes of the dragon, we perceive only

love and truth.


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The Venue

Comfort awaits our return from our days out exploring the rugged coastlines -- crackling fires to take away the chill and cozy pubs with food and drink unique to the regions of both the inner and outer Hebrides and to the Highlands.

Our hotels and bed & breakfasts have been carefully selected to provide you with a home away from home and with a taste of culture and local hospitality.

Because many of our lodgings are unique, no two rooms are alike. They vary in shapes and sizes.  Rooms will be fairly assigned based on order of registration.

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Rosslyn Chapel

On the final leg of our journey, we'll visit the infamous Rosslyn Chapel. Nestled in rural Midlothian, Rosslyn has attracted mystics, writers and historians for hundreds of years.

Its unique stone-work and mysterious symbolism that adorns every inch of the chapel, has intrigued every visitor that walks through the doors.


Rosslyn is truly an enigma, revealing truths through out time.

Rosslyn Chapel - the focal point to Dan Brown's book, The Divinci Code

Enter the Myth & Mystery of Land & Place that Stir the Soul Awake

What's Included...

What's Not Included...

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  • Lovely & conveniently located accommodations.

  • All domestic travel within tour itinerary.

  • All breakfasts, and several dinners of traditional foods.

  • Entrance fees to all visiting sites.

  • Initiation package.(as described above.)

  • A chat with a lovely Scottish Coo

Itinerary is subject to change due to circumstances out of our control.

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  • Round-trip airfare from home.

  • Taxi services between hotel and airport.

  • Lunches and some dinners.

  • Wine and beer and other specialty drinks.

  • Gifts and other personal items.

  • Tipping our local guides, bus drivers and hotel services.

  • Personal transportation services.

  • Personal, medical or trip cancellation insurance.


Please note:  It is customary to collect tips from each passenger for our guide and bus driver at the end of the trip.

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Our tour officially begins on Monday, September 23rd at 9:00am. Please be sure to arrange your flight to arrive at the Edinburgh Airport the day before. Recommended airport hotel info. will be posted in our private group portal.

Please schedule your return flight leaving Edinburgh on the Thursday, October 3rd.

If you wish to spend extra days and explore Edinburgh, please let me know if you need any assistance in booking additional nights at the hotel - Apex Grass Market.

Fee:  $5,669 payment plan available, shared occupancy

Save $200 when you pay in full and $100 discount when paying by check or bank transfer.

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