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Isis Healing Chapel

      "Through a narrow door on the N.E. corner is a healing chapel with a large plaster head of Tutankhamon; on each side of him are wooden busts of African Masai female and male figures, presented by Mary Rose and John Macken. Bottles with coloured fluids are on the window sills, used for colour therapy, and also a large cauldron contains different herbs for aroma therapy. This chapel is a sort of museum, with the old Beeston furnace and remains of the hot pipes installed about 1880 by Herbert Robertson, and fire-irons, a spinning wheel, an old kitchen chair. In the southern corner is a large female statue by David of Ceridwen, the white Welsh Goddess." (From the "Guide to Clonegal Castle" by Lawrence Durdin-Robertson.)

       The Healing Chapel is dedicated to the element of Air.


Isis Healing Chapel
Isis Healing Chapel
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Winged Isis
Healing Altar
photo © 2007 M.Q.
(Painting by Olivia Robertson & Marian Marshe)



Isis & Osiris Painting
Healing Altar
photo © 2010 M.Q.
(Painting updated by Olivia Robertson to add Osiris)



Healing Chapel Window
Window Detail
photo © 2007 M.Q.



Spinning Wheel
Spinning Wheel
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Spinning Wheel - Detail
Spinning Wheel - Detail
photo © 2007 M.Q.



Beeston Furnace
Beeston Furnace
photo © 2008 M.Q.



Kerridwen of Wales
Kerridwen of Wales
(Carving by David Durdin-Robertson)
photo © 2007 M.Q.



Chapel Window
Chapel Window
photo © M.Q.



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