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31 responses to “Guestbook

  1. I happened across your previous blog while it was inactive, but I found myself enjoying it very much. I am so pleased that you have resumed writing. Given my delight in your first posts here, I am certain that this will become a regular haunt for me. Thank you for sharing your words.

  2. Sarah – it’s taken me a while to get in here, but you have created a beautiful site that I need to fully explore! Lovely!

  3. Your blog is incredibly beautiful and well written. After many years of wanting to get back to the “Source” for me, your blog has served as a signpost. Thank you. πŸ™‚

  4. Your blog was interesting. I am a “chime child” born exactly at midnight and I’ve always had many of these gifts you refered to in your blog. I like to read about what others experience, it helps me to feel somewhat normal and understand why I see and hear the things I do. πŸ™‚

    • Thank you so much for your comment Christie, it’s always wonderful to here that ‘you’re not alone’ and we at ‘In The Chimehours’ are so very pleased our work touches people. it makes it all worth while πŸ™‚

    • Again thank you very much! I’m so pleased that our work here in enjoyed and appreciated!

      Though some of these pieces are jointly written with Matt Baldwin-Ives, who is not only a very talented photographer but a gifted writer too.

  5. Haunting….103 High Street Burnham, Slough, Berkshire…….My wife and i saw a lady in the house opposite, clear as day looking up and down the high street in 1992…..Went to investigate further, owner said know one was living up stairs…….Spooky but i believed in ghost’s from that point on……

  6. Good Day!! I have just come across your Chimehours via a picture of your Cernunnos statue via your “new link” to your new web site here. I shall read more when I get home from running errands. This site is beautiful!! I MUSSSST ask however!! πŸ™‚ I have been looking for that statue of Cernunnos ever since I saw it in a store (and didn’t have the $$ to buy it at the time)… do tell! Who is the artist?

    I was describing to a shopkeeper (in Salem MA) the other day. She led me to Neil Simms Cernunnos (also awesome!). But I love the one you have and am hoping to locate one for sale and/or at the very least, the artists name.

    Thank you kindly and many blessings – Jenn

  7. I googled and found this. Thank you, very nicely written. When i first got my dog from a rescue centre, i walked her on the vale, and lost time. We walked 24 miles in 4 hours. I lost time and place and kept walking past trees i’d thought i’d already seen! I kept thinking it was like groundhog day or the Bermuda Triangle! It was Kinley Vale. I know it now. Her beauty. Her darkness. Her warnings. Her invitation. I have a friend making me a wonderful Yew Flute and for reasons i can not put here i will go there at night with companion (not just my dog this time!) and play play play…thank you for the insight, i trust your instincts.

  8. Reading your articles makes me feel and breathe the sweet air of Albion land, with its low gigantic clouds, the land where magick lives, where the cold stones sing a different tune, and i can be at peace…peace to you as well…

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