There are very few such places on Earth. Since olden times, people have chosen these same places in order to talk to gods. Why? The answer becomes evident with the first glance at Le Mont Saint Michel (Mount of Saint Michael), regardless of the constructions erected by humans in this very place. This granite cliff amid the sea is so unreal that even we, the modern people, perceive it as a creation by God for himself, not for humans. It is a so-called mausoleum of God.
More than two thousand years ago, the Mont Saint-Michel was called Mont Tombe (Mount Tomb), but it had never been a place of grief. Many centuries B.C., it was one of the most spiritual places for Druids. Here they talked to their gods, with Belenus prime among them. Belenus, “the shining one,” means the sun and everything connected to it: fire, warmth, fertility, spring, and life. His symbols are the circle and the swastika (yes, the same old sign that has been besmirched by Hitler). His main holiday, Beltane, was celebrated on the 1st of May, after which winter with its cold should be gone, giving way to warmth and faring well.