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Llanthony Secunda Manor Development Workshop and Paranormal Investigation

Friday 14th & Saturday 15th September 2018

 Only £157

 District: Caldicot South Wales

Time: 2pm until 2pm Sunday

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This 800 year old building is a masterpiece of architecture and the earliest recorded history of the Manor House can be traced back to the reign of Henry I between 1136 and 1205. A perfect setting for a weekend of development and paranormal investigation with your host Maxine Jayne Briggs and John Blackburn where you will experience an exciting weekend which will include sleeping over in this magnificent medieval accommodation where you will take part in a development workshop where you will learn techniques, which will include techniques from meditation to developing ones psychic abilities by methods that have been used for thousands of years by different cultures and religions around the world.  We will explore a variety of channelling techniques from psychometry to crystal dowsing.  We will sharpen your mediumship skills by teaching you techniques on how to make contact with spirits by various channelling methods and understanding unique intuitive guidance strengths, Clairvoyance, Clairaudience, Clairsentience and Claircognizance.

During weekend you will be able to practise your skills in this very haunted location.  You will be taking part in live experiments, a Victorian Séance and various other forms of communication with spirit.  Food, beverages, accommodation and activities during the weekend are included in the cost of this event. On the Saturday afternoon you will also have some free time to yourselves to visit the beautiful countryside and the local historical attractions.

Local historical attractions

Caldicot Castle was founded by the Normans, developed in Royal hands as a strong hold in the middle ages and restored as a Victorian home.  The Castle has a romantic and colourful history. 

If you fancy doing some walking in the countryside there is Wentwood Forest which was once part of the hunting grounds of Chepstow Castle. It offers a wide variety of walks with breathtaking views over the Severn estuary and its diversity of habitats means its home to some wonderful wildlife. There is aslo ancient woodlands more than 400 years old.

Deposit needs to be paid as soon as possible to secure your place as there is a waiting list, only 16 places available.

There are 7 stunning bedrooms within the manor, two of these bedrooms have a king sized four poster Medieval carved bed as well as en-suite facilities.  Please note there will be an additional for these rooms at the cost of £25 per room.  

 

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