St Nectan’s Kieve, Cornwall, England The waterfall in St. Nectan’s Glen has been described as one of the ten most spiritual sites in the country. It falls first into a kieve, orbasin (the Kieve is a potent symbol of Mother Earth and has long been a place of worship, reverence and healing since Celtic times). After the water leaps over a rock and into the kieve, it overflows and another waterfall carries the water to the lower level of the valley, where Condolden Barrow sits
The Men-an-Tol. A Legendary Holed Stone on sweeping Moorland, it may have been an Ancient tomb, as in Cornwall Holed Stones were often placed at the Entrance to Burial Chambers. Penwith, Cornwall, England.