About Stone Seeker

About Stone Seeker

The enigmatic Knowlton Church at dawn known
for its gentle energy.

The Stone Seeker website is a gathering place for those who resonate with the rhythms of the land. Here we honour the Goddess, paying trubite to Her in all Her forms. Here you will find the experience and passion of Peter Knight and he asks you to join him.

Why choose Stone Seeker Tours? Well, it is true that there are many companies leading tours to sacred sites nowadays. But Stone Seeker is different. Peter Knight (author of 8 books on sacred sites) not only guides you around the archaeology and history of the sites, but will also help you CONNECT with them in ways ordinary tours would be unable to do.

He will help you to dowse the earth energies. He will help you meditate at the stones if that is your focus. Through his drumming, you will feel the power of the acoustic properties of the chambers of ancient tombs, which can lead to profound shamanic experiences. He will help explain to you what was in the hearts and minds of the people who built the ancient sites, and especially what their spiritual beliefs were. For Peter believes that by better understanding ancient wisdom, we can better connect with our landscapes today, and thus the Earth, in more meaningful and fulfilling ways.

About Peter Knight

About Peter Knight

Peter Knight drumming inside the chambers of
West Kennet Long Barrow.

Living in Wiltshire and close to the magical landscape of Avebury, Peter is well known in the South for his entertaining and enthusiastic workshops, convention lectures and field trips. He is an authority on our ancient landscape and weaves this wisdom into his many books. Peter is a busy man! He is the co-founder of the Dorset Earth Mysteries Group, an Honorary Member of the Dorset Dowsers, Antiquarian Society and the Wessex Dowsers as well as sitting on the committees of the Wyvern Dowsers and Society of Ley Hunters. Oh yes! And Peter is also an Adult Education Tutor on archaeology and earth mysteries, holding seminars at Bournemouth University. As a freelance magazine writer, his work has appeared on radio and TV, most notably on Channel 4 with Monty Don in Don Roamin’.

Peter’s talks inspire and he was asked to present at Sacred Earth conference in Vermont, Megalithomania, the Conference of Lost Knowledge, Crop Circle Convention in Marlborough, the Convention of the British Society of Dowsers and at the Metageum in Malta and again in London at the Beltaine Bash.

Peter is a visionary and in 2005 instigated the first ever Convention of Alternative Archaeology and Earth Mysteries which is now a greatly appreciated annual event and a must on your calendar.