WHILE most people travel to Glastonbury to experience the legendary festival, there may be an even better reason to visit.
The white witch Dee Johnson is a “third degree Wiccan high priestess” who casts and reads spellsfor your customers.
In addition to her mystical job, Dee has spent years traveling to magical parts of the UK for work and pleasure.
A “completely magical” place that Dee recommends to clients and friends alike is the town of Glastonbury in Somerset.
Dee, who is also known as The modern witchwas visiting for 20 years.
Dee told Sun Online Travel: “Glastonbury is a magical, sacred place. It is the heart chakra of the world, and it is even said that the Holy Grail was buried there.”
Every time Dee visits the festival town, she makes her way to Glastonbury Tor – a cone-shaped hill at the top of which are the ruins of a 15th-century clock tower.
The bell tower was once part of the Church of St. Michel and is said to have been an important location for Druidic priests and priestesses.
There are also some remains on the hill which are thought to indicate the former presence of a giant stone circle – such as those found at Avebury and Stonehenge.
Visitors to Glastonbury Tor must climb the 301to reach the summit, where you will be rewarded with views of the landscape.
Entry to Glastonbury Tor is free.
Another place Dee always visits on her trips to Glastonbury is the abbey ruins.
She said: “The ruins are huge. It’s a huge place where I do my laps.”high. It used to be a monastery, but today it is shrouded in legends.
Legends say he is associated with Kingand his knights.
Entry to the ruins costs £11 for a full-paying adult.
While a visit to the ruins alone could take a whole day, there are other magical attractions to visit in Glastonbury.
Dee said: “The high street is full of lots of independent shops – you won’t see any.”Here.”
During her travels, Dee makes sure to visit some of the local shops like Star Child and The Sons of Azkaban, both of which sell organic herbs.
She added: “There are lots of vegan coffee shops too, I really enjoy eating at The Rainbow andApe.”
“The people in Glastonbury are really friendly and I made lots of friends there who I visit again and again.”
Dee is often recognized by shopkeepers when they visit the city, but knows that other British holidaymakers are greeted with the same warmth.
And this isn’t the only magical place in Britain that Dee has recommended to British holidaymakers.
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Dee encouraged British tourists to swap Stonehenge for Avebury in Wiltshire.
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