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Findhorn Foundation - away with the fairies
10-28-2013, 07:47 PM,
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Findhorn Foundation - away with the fairies
I have had an interest in the topic of Findhorn for many years however Ive never seen any posts on this forum so maybe this will spark some research.
Findhorn, for those who havent heard of it is a coastal town in the wilds of Scotland, a few miles north east of Loch Ness. A potted history is that in 1962 a couple of "spiritually inclined" people were forced by unemployment to set up home there on a windswept beach in a caravan. They began to grow huge vegetables (eg 40lb cabbages) and claimed that they were in contact with nature spirits/fairies who told them how to grow them. The place has been a legend ever since and has developed into a large community of new age and spiritual people and also runs courses retreats etc etc . You can read more here http://www.findhorn.org/aboutus/vision/history/#.Um6pWlM7ctc

I am interested in doing some research on this place as I personally know someone who has visited on a number of occasions and who is a person who has also made a number of thinly disguised attempts to recruit me to Landmark Forum - a cult "a la" scientology. The set up there appears to be very Tavistock/new agey so my guess is that there is likely a more unseen side.

I have been able to establish that it has connections/sponsorship from the Lucis Trust (aka Lucifer Trust) so that seems ominous.

so - anyone had any experience of Findhorn - maybe some of our friends north of the border can shed some light on this place?
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10-28-2013, 11:56 PM,
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RE: Findhorn Foundation - away with the fairies
found this on youtube



The Findhorn Foundation on the Moray coastline is a spiritual community known internationally for its ecovillage and living in harmony with nature. Members of the community share moments of their daily life there and explain more about what the Foundation represents.
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10-29-2013, 06:13 AM,
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RE: Findhorn Foundation - away with the fairies
I work nearish(the other side of Inverness and up a bit) there sometimes at a place called Nig which repairs/refits oil rigs ,oil support vessels and exploratory rigs(huge fuck off ships that drill).

On the edge of Loch Ness is Boleskin Manor.. which used to be owned by none other than Aleister Crowley.
I am up there again in a few weeks swapping out some spinning drives to be replaced by some huge badass SSD's...(I only wish I could get to keep the old disks..lol but they contain "sensitive data" on oil and gas exploration and thus have to be destroyed ... Sad )

Also there are air force Bases very near Findhorn.. RAF Kinloss and Lossiemoth albeit i am sure i heard one is was closing.. much like many military bases in Scotland as part of the "asset strip" by Westminster just in case of Scottish independence. however i digress...
A few of the lads there are extremely well versed in all that goes on thereabouts... in the highlands.. every fucker knows every other fuckers business.lol
If you EVER get to that area.. go to a wee village nearby called Cullen... find an eatery , such as The Three Kings pub and order yourself a local treat called Cullen Skink.. it sounds fucking awful but it's a soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes and onion and such and it's absolutely FUCKING AMAZING!!
will let you know what the lads have to say about this Foundation mob upon my return from there... which is btw, the heart of Scottish sheep shagger country! Tongue
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10-30-2013, 02:32 PM,
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RE: Findhorn Foundation - away with the fairies
Thanks guys - appreciated
Hey Pax thanks for your input, Id forgotten about the Crowley property up there, and would be interested to get a bit of local knowledge from your pals.

btw have tried the cullen skink - they were selling it at Aldis for Burns night Thumbup nice job on that one. I expect the local version is even better.
...cant get to grips with that other delicacy haggis though Icon_biggrin
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10-30-2013, 07:57 PM,
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RE: Findhorn Foundation - away with the fairies
(10-30-2013, 02:32 PM)Swordfish Wrote: Thanks guys - appreciated
Hey Pax thanks for your input, Id forgotten about the Crowley property up there, and would be interested to get a bit of local knowledge from your pals.

btw have tried the cullen skink - they were selling it at Aldis for Burns night Thumbup nice job on that one. I expect the local version is even better.
...cant get to grips with that other delicacy haggis though Icon_biggrin
I can't eat haggis due to an allergy to sheep meat.... however even if i wasn't i don't reckon i'd be up for eating it..lol
Cullen skink though..... uber tasty... another wee smoked haddock delicacy is fish and milk....
Get 2 smoked haddock fillets, lob into a 500ml of mob with a decent knob of butter and lob in some ground black papper...... slowly simmer it until the fish breaks apart while gently stirring... lob in some chopped onions... done..... then
cream some potatoes and lob in raw finely chopped onions....
lob the spuds onto a plate in a ring shape round the edges and pour the fish and milk inside..
insanely tasty stuff... and my grans recipe Wink
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12-01-2013, 12:56 AM,
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>forgotten about the Crowley property up there, and would be interested to get a bit of local knowledge from your pals.

Loch Ness around that area has quite dark energies - coinciding with a very large dark entity in the Earth deep under the Loch resting until called forth again.

The dark energies support life forms that might otherwise have died out - including the Loch Ness Monsters
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12-01-2013, 01:02 AM,
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>I have had an interest in the topic of Findhorn for many years

I lived there from 1975 to 1980 - arguably its peak period.

The energy field of Cluny Hill (at Forres) and the surrounding area periodically attracts significant humans - including Lord Nelson who crewed his flag ship from the Moray Firth - and Hardy organised the building of Nelson's Tower at Forres in a rather strange place for its purported purpose yet geometrically exact.

Findhorn is correctly placed on that geometric pattern. The current status of Findhorn is that it is marking time but later in this century may well re-emerge as a shining Light.
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