We went to see the Quiraing and the old man of Storr. They are not standing stones in the sense that someone put them there but Lewis and the Callanish Stones is next on the list. I found a man who carved me a wonderful staff. I energised it at Niest Point. I will write about that later, work beckons. I adore Scotland.
Have you read the article "Strange Tales from Scotland's Stone Circles" at whatliesbeyond.boards.net/thread/8188/strange-tales-scotlands-stone-circles ? Have you been to the Ring of Brodgar or Clava Cairns? If I ever go back to the UK, I definitely want to visit Clava Cairns. It's very spooky looking from the pictures I've seen. Do you know anything about it other than what's in the article? I'll bet it's even more spooky close to Halloween when the trees are turning.
I haven’t been there but I am going to look all that up. Thank you. My staff carver has made me an amazing wand now. He really is talented.
Do you use the wand when you visit stone circles?
I am a novice to ritual, but I am now in a position to set up an altar. Any nature appeals to me. The only stone circle I have visited is a really obscure one on Ilkley Moor that is said to be guarded by an entity. It is a really powerful place.