Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'The Atlantic' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Salisbury Cathedral had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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'There's Enough Time to Change Everything'

[...] a masonry edging in a late medieval English chantry chapel to the whole east end of Salisbury Cathedral, or Michelangelo’s giant orders, as instances of the same deep phenomenon. But we don’ [...]

theatlantic.com

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History Of Dowsing Divining And Pendulum Usage

[...] and the priests didn't get along, so someone fired an arrow into the air, and the present Salisbury Cathedral was constructed where it landed. The ley does not go through the spire of that building [...]

orgoniumorgoneenergy.blogspot.com

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Pendulums, Dowsing And Divining Earth Energies

[...] and the priests didn't get along, so someone fired an arrow into the air, and the present Salisbury Cathedral was constructed where it landed. The ley does not go through the spire of that building [...]

lotusconnections-lotusconnections.blogspot.com

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Smashing the Church Patriarchy One Mitre at a Time

[...] the Middle Ages, but only recently have girls been allowed to join. The girls choir at Salisbury Cathedral was founded in 1991, on the 900th anniversary of the first boys choir. So that’s 924 years [...]

theatlantic.com

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God’s Abundant Protection

[...] On a visit to England's Salisbury Cathedral, Gay and I were invited to join a tour of what I would have called "the attic," [...]

E-piphanies
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ronpogue.typepad.com

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VisitBritain launches 360 grade tours of UK’s best desired landscapes

[...] House and a colourful Arab Room during Cardiff Castle. Visitors can also explored Salisbury Cathedral and Rossyln Chapel where Edwards illuminated all 120 candles to emanate a final effect. [...]

travellingstar.com

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Landscapes of Communism by Owen Hatherley review – a dissenter’s tour of Soviet architecture

[...] who lived in a small semi-detached house in a suburb of Southampton. Framed prints of Salisbury Cathedral and northern rural scenes decorated the living room walls. The couple liked to sit by a [...]

theguardian.com

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Press release: Suffragan Bishop of Crediton: Sarah Elisabeth Mullally

[...] , DBE, MA, MSc, BSc, RGN, DSc honoris causa Canon Residentairy and Canon Treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral in the Diocese of Salisbury, to the Suffragan See of Crediton, in the Diocese of Exeter, in [...]

number10.gov.uk

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King Arthur’s Avalon and the Quest for the Holy Grail with Phil Cousineau, England, May 2016

[...] . (There is no access to the hill itself.) We stop off at Old Sarum before continuing to Salisbury Cathedral, one of the finest medieval cathedrals in Britain. Completed by 1258, the Spire, the [...]

retreatplace.com

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The most famous watches and clocks in history

[...] world. (The oldest working mechanical clock was built in 1386, still ticking away in the Salisbury Cathedral). Countdown clock Do-do, do-do, do-do-do-do, dooo! No, we've not gone mad. It's that [...]

goocap.com

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News – Twenty Weeks to Go to British Champs

[...] of its signing on June 15th, 1215. Two other copies are in The British Library and one in Salisbury Cathedral. Lincoln (Lindum Colonia) was a major Roman settlement and fortress and lies at the [...]

Velouk.net
#288

velouk.net

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