Moonhenge was built as a place of remembrance in memory of Jude Cole. The site is also dedicated to the spirit of the Sacred Feminine as expressed by the “Goddess” that is celebrated in every spiritual tradition. For some, the Goddess is represented by a deity or sacred woman as in Isis of Egypt, Verunda of Indian, Mama Wati of Africa, or perhaps as seen in the Virgin Mary. For others, she is the experience of an inspirational sister, a loving aunt, an impressive daughter, a beloved wife, a stunning friend, or the amazing mum. For others still, she is simply the beauty of music, love or our shared mother Earth, Gaia.
New at MoonHenge!
Owner and Director, Stephen Parsley has recently planted a new orchard of more than 200 trees on ten acres of his organic farm a part of the One Tree Per Child program, which was started in Australia by Olivia Newton John and has just begunwork in Bristol as part of their European Green Capital year. Click here to read more about the Children’s Orchard at Moonhenge…
Click the Events at Moonhenge link to find out what else is happening!
Please note that Moonhenge is not open to the public, but is available for visits and events by appointment. If you would like to visit Moonhenge, please contact owner and Director, Stephen Parsley.