THE RAINBOW CHRONICLES
There has been quite a revival of interest in the early ‘Unique Publications’ – booklets about the Stonehenge campaigns and other such matters from the 1980s. This has happened in spite of them not being very easy to find on the website. They are all on the Publications page, but right down at the bottom. So, just as an experiment, I decided to put them here. Click on the cover images below, and that will take you straight to full information about the booklets.
The Last Night of Rainbow Fields Village at Molesworth is out of print. It is included as the final chapter of Rainbow Fields is Home.
The Latest From Unique Publications
“Loved reading this book which is radical, thought-provoking and funny … The book offers up a perfect slice of Glastonbury life, disrupted by Covid lockdowns. There is a panoply of Glastonbury characters, as well as climate actvist meetings, wild stories from the 1970s seen through the lens of Brazilian writer Antonio Bivar, the sacred landscape of the 12 Hides of Glastonbury, Five Rhythms dance; and above all connection to the river.”
The Oracle magazine, Glastonbury
This is Bruce Garrard’s fourth book about the River Brue and related matters. The ‘River Brue Rehabilitation Board’ was open in Glastonbury for 18 months, from November 2019 to May 2021. This book grew out of it. It’s about the river, and lots of other things too – whatever seemed worth noting down that was interesting during that time. Some of it you will probably remember.
The title is to do with Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee’s Four Point Plan. What can we do about the state of the world? We can do whatever grows out of following the first three points, which are Witnessing, Grieving and Prayer. The details will be different and particular for each one of us. If we listen to the Earth until She tells us what it is for us to do, then the Earth can organise Her own healing. She does, after all, know better than us.