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Arrival by late morning into Edinburgh and check into Grassmarket Hotel.

Afternoon at the mighty and magikal Edinburgh Castle, powerbase of Scottish majesty seated atop a volcanic mound at the summit of the Royal Mile. Here we will complete a quantum magik ritual to unlock and initiate the Merlinian/Arthurian Quantum Prime moving of your kingdom. Rest of the afternoon to explore The Royal Mile.

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We begin the day with a private tour of Gilmerton cove: incredible 7 chambered underground ritual chambered cove. This chamber has baffled archaeologists far and wide with its ciphers, codes and age old underground secret tunnels stretching across Edinburgh. Here we initiate a powerful rebirthing ritual to converge your alkemical quantum power into one cohesive funnel for quantum magik. One world, one reality, one impregnable magik.


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From here we head to Craigmillar castle, an ancient castle steeped in myth and magik and home to the ancient Magus of The Sacred Quest trilogy. This castle is of immense import and strategic transformation in Scottish history including the housing of the infamous Mary Queen of Scots. Its breathtaking mystery and magik are the backdrop to our powerful invocation of full embodiment of quantum magus/mage, just as set out in the SQ Trilogy.

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From here we head up to the volcanic pod at the height of Edinburgh city: Arthurs Seat. It is here that legend states Arthur and his knights lay awaiting to return to Albion. to raise its epic magik once more.  Here we raise the Arthurian clarity of quantum prime mover in union wilth all you are creating. A moment of calling the quentum entanglement of all your creations back to life with you.


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Celebrate together at The Witchery, dining in Edinburghs wonderful ancient gothic eclectic restaurant overlooking Edinburgh Castle and sited on the very spot that most witches 'free thinking radicals' were burnt at the stake.





Early start for a wonderful drive through the Scottish Lochs en route to the ferry at Oban and the crossing to The Isle of Mull. Check into Torloisk House, the beautiful scottish manor which we will have as our base for the next 5 days.

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DAY 4 - 7

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We will be based on The Isle of Mull for 5 nights, 4 days, in which we will experience a number of spectacular places of ancient magik aswell as some deep magik immersion at Torloisk House and its ancient woodland. Mull's landscape varies wildly: the West side of the island is dominated by steep cliffs and rocky shore, while the East is softer with lush greenery. The coastline stretches over 300 miles and is rife with rugged bays, sea caves, pristine beaches, and cascading waterfalls. Driving across Mull is mainly via single track roads with passing places. We will flow with the weather as we determine the order in which we do each of the following:

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We will drive 90 miniutes through spectacular scenery of Mull to Fionnphort where we will take the ferry across to the remote Iona Island. There we will visit  ancient Iona Abbey: the place where Merlin, under the guise of St Columba, inaugurated the Del Riada line of Arthurian Kings to build a powerbase of magik. While on Iona Island we will walk through glorious landscape, visit the famed beach where the Vikings first landed in Scotland and trek to find the fabled, elusive 'Fountain of Eternal Youth'.


The mysterious majestic stone circle at Lochbuie at the head of a tranquil bay on the south of the island, surrounded by mountains, and home to a medieval castle and a manor house, both belonging to Clan MacLaine of Lochbuie. The setting is a spectacular ampitheatre of nature in which the stones resound. Myth has it that the stones act as a portal to cross dimensions of time


The strange 50 million year old 'Fingals Cave" Hebridean sea cave phenomenon in the Atlantic Ocean billed as one of the world’s most spectacular caves. Formed by a Paleocene lava flow, the cave is sculpted from hexagonally jointed basalt pillars reaching high and deep, met by the wild sea surrounding the Island creating an epic mythic vista. This cave that has baffled geologists hosts a plethora of strange paranormal occurrences aswell as source of magik myth. Said to be the home of the great giant of Celtic mythology Fionn MacCumhaill, according to myth this cave was built by him to create a path from Ireland to Scotland via the Giants Causeway of Northern Ireland. 



Duart Castle Mull, 13th century fortress ancestral seat of the one of the oldest clans in the Scottish Highlands steeped in strange phenomenon.


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Kilchurne Castle Reflecting in Loch Awe, Argyll & Bute, Scotland

Early morning ferry departing Mull for the drive to Glasgow stopping via Loch Awe: Skolomanche land. Last night together in the awesome gothic city of Glasgow.

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Chill out in Glasgow City famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture, a rich legacy of the city's 18th–20th-century prosperity due to trade and shipbuilding. Today it's a national cultural hub, home to institutions including the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre of Scotland, as well as acclaimed museums and a thriving music scene. Depart at a time of your choosing.



A total price of £2,222 per person includes the following:

  • All accommodation in shared twin rooms 
  • All car hire and petrol 
  • All ferry's, admissions and entry to sites
  • All alkemical guidance and expedition experiencial magik with Skarlet


Additional costs not included in the price:

  • Your own travel insurance. Travel throughout is at your own risk so please ensure you are covered by appropriate travel insurance.
  • Your flight/travel to/from Edinburgh and Glasgow
  • Your food
  • Your spending money

A non-returnable deposit of £350 per person is payable on 20/9/2019. The balance will be payable on 20th June 2020.



Accommodation in Edinburgh is in the boutique retro Grassmarket Hotel in a spectacular position just off the Royal Mile. Rooms are en-suite. 


Accommodation in The Isle of Mull is in an ancient Scottish Mansion, home to scottish lairds of old, set in a fabulous private setting close to Tobermory. 

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Accommodation in Glasgow city centre is in a modern boutique hotel with an eclectic feel right in the heart of Glasgow.

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