Comment moderation

It is a delight and joy to welcome comments on this blog, I always learn something from them.  I don’t moderate comments on the blog and do try to respond to comments when they appear. I am also quite happy for people to drop me an email and comment that way: vitrearum@gmail.com.  However, I don’t respond to comments that are left anonymously on this site.  I think it is only common courtesy if you are posting to leave your name.

Allan    

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  1. Thank you so much Allan for sharing your experience and the historical information and photographs.
    We live in the Machynlleth area, and we will definitely visit the church of St. (Santes) Melangell soon.
    We also were very impressed with Partrishow church, another ancient site and healing well, in the Abergavenny area.
    The healing well in Abergavenny itself I found very powerful in its calming effect. even when stressed.
    I have read that the ancient sacred sites, apart from being usually raised, and circular or oval in shape, always had a spring or well, or were situated next to a stream or river.
    I presume there must be a water source at St. Melangell’s?.
    We recently visited St. Cybie’s Well at Llangybi near Llanystumdwy, Criccieth, and again benefited from the peace giving atmosphere. We also noted the ruins of the latrine situated over a fast flowing stream!
    Well worth a visit.

    I wish you and your family well on your spiritual path.

    Heather Wood

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