Moonstone

Moonstone

This menhir was erected by Celtic culture two thousand years ago. Its specialty is a monthly face on the top. It was the custom at the time of full moon to come to the menhir and ask it for answers. People put small gifts down around the menhir. Usually fruit, bread, candles, straw toys. Such a relationship to a stone may seem weird to us today. Worship and trust in its advice? Everyone is going to laugh at us. In particular people who sit in front of TV daily and completely devour information from anonymous sources. They never ask why is this information presented to them, who in the background is interested to communicate this information and what is the purpose? They don’t ask, but yet they despise others who can lay questions. Their life is false. It is about the information of others to which they do not really understand. I don’t know about you, but I prefer to sit down in the evening in the full moon by the Moonstone and listen to its stories!