Ghosts, Leys, and Sacred Sites: The Supernaturalism of Landscape

The Classical world used to believe that there were two kinds of sacred places: human holy sites consecrated through architecture and devotion, and geophysical power-spots that the gods had already sanctified through their sublime natural works – fountains, falls, fault lines, and other fey places. The mightiest of all, of course, would be ones that […]

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