Here's a few recommended sites with links to generally excellent websites covering some of the ancient sites of Yorkshire I've visited, with short comment. Anyway, feel free to add your own places/links. Wharram Percy Deceptively quiet looking, I've had some very powerful Shamanic experiences here. No ritual involved - just "tuning in". A very sensitive place well worth meditating in. Rievaulx Abbey Not just an extensively pretty site, this also has a strong vibe to it. I swear I could "feel" monks chating from the Chancery when I was there. Maybe it was just the wind... Fountains Abbey Not just pretty - but a World Heritage Site, as is StoneHenge and the Pyramids of Giza. Didn't notice a vibe, but it does make for a great day out in a very peaceful setting. Duggleby Really, just a bump of earth, but when I "felt" the place it had a very remote feel - as if it had been erected in forest, rather than on a plain. What the little article linked to doesn't state is that the burial site at Duggleby is actually older than the pyramids of Giza, with the earliest burial dating to around 3750 BC.