The Bones of Kentigern

As you’ll have guessed from my recent posts on ‘The De’il’s Plantin’, I seem to be in resonance with the Glasgow Network of Aligned Sites just now, as there have been several correspondences since the start of the year. Back in January, I spent a day in the company of Dai Vaughan, a fellow dowser and member of the West of Scotland local group. Dai is a poet and artist, and has been researching something of the history of Glasgow’s patron saint, St. Mungo, also called Kentigern. It seems that the tomb of the saint in the crypt of Glasgow … Continue reading The Bones of Kentigern