The Legend of the Turning Stone

 by Roseline Deleu


While I visited Belgium in Summer 2011, I came across an interesting legend about a turning stone. Located near Court Ste Etienne (Brabant Wallon, about 30 minutes drive South of Brussels) the legend related that the stone used to turn when the church nearby rang midnight — which doesn’t anymore these days.

 From the info that I found afterwards on internet, I notice that this stone was not on its initial position anymore and it had been moved by the council from a fair distance in 1971 – for no apparent reason. Councils do this, taking for granted they can move rocks, build roads, change rivers etc – without asking permission to the Divas of the area.

 Approaching the stone, I firstly observed its texture to realise that it was fairly different from the ‘usual’ rocks found in the area. I could see many little holes all over this one and it seemed to invite me to connect.


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I protected myself, removed my shoes and very politely sat on it, putting my hands next to my hips. Soon, I channelled its happiness, good to be noticed as it had not seen anyone coming from the other side of the planet for a while (indeed Australia  — Belgium is over 15,000 kilometres).


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It told me it came from space and was part of a comet from which many parts landed on Earth a long time ago. There was life on its initial planet; I got a vision of little grey metallic looking beings.

I thanked it and felt great of my experience. It seemed happy too. We then detached.


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I took a few closer pictures as it allowed me to share with some readers the ‘faces’ that are hidden in its texture. What can you see?


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Did I connect with the Soul of the Stone, or with the Diva nearby? Who knows?


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We both felt great, that’s the most important.

Connect with respect, something is talking to you!



Roseline Deleu



The legend of the Turning Stone by Roseline Deleu

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