John Pendragon Project c/o Festival Eye BCM 2002 London WC1N 3XXor email firstname.lastname@example.org
I'M GILDAS a son of JOHN, i have never saw him.I was born in april 26 .1980 and i'm living in FRANCE since 1982.
I think JOHN died but if you can give to my information about him,i will very pleased.
I met John many times, at Henge and other festivals and on Hawkwind tours.
He was a face, a good spirit and a good father.
He loved to talk and find out where people were at, sharing his magic and showing that he cared about this messed up world.
Although he has gone, many of us will try to put out the same vibe as he did.
Peace and fun
Joe the hat.
Date: 17 June 2001 13:58
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some new a man so good of times so far and few. a sacrifice for all makind and worldsworth values to, does one take a choice or is it destined for not what we do. my sacrifice was more than life my children i never saw them grew. ask john for me...
While checking out details of this year's Henge arrangements, I chanced upon this page. It was with great sadness that I learnt of John's journey onwards. I have been out of the loop for some many years and thus had not learnt of this news. (Where are the news singers when you need them !!)
I knew John throughout the period 73-84, meeting him at countless fayres, festivals and rallys. Always a proactive person, he freely gave of his energies in support of a better more caring, sharing world.
I am sure countless other people feel as I do that his parting is a loss but we can keep his spirit alive by continuing to support his ideals.
Peace, light and love
Hello Maria, I met John at Wandsworth where I lived for 4 months & got to know him faily well, he was a born campaigner straight from the heart. While at Wandsworth he seemed mainly concerned with his children, but also with everything else that was hapening there & elswhere, he was always kindhearted & would always have an ear ready. I think i can safely say he is missed by everyone who knew him & i'm sure he has already returned to help anywhere he's needed. Hopefully one day we'll meet, as i whould also like to meet his children.
From: Maria Organ email@example.com To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" Save Addresses Subject: John Pendragon Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 23:06:52 -0600 I sent a message about my late father John Pendragon to you back in July, I received one brief reply from George Dice, but since then nobody has replied to me at all with any more information about my dad. I would dearly like for you to reply to the messages that I sent. Best Wishes Maria Louise Organ Calgary, Alberta, Canada
From: W & D Schwarz [Waldot@compuserve.com] Reply-To: email@example.com To: "INTERNET:firstname.lastname@example.org" Subject: [diggers350] John Pendragon Family Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 17:13:42 -0400Hi
If you want to read what we wrote about him it is in our book chapter called Magic and squalor, Living Lightly: Travels in Post Consumer Society Walter and Dorothy Schwarz published Jon carpenter 1998 It is available in Canada and US.
If you want more we can be in email touch and i can find the notes we took but it would take quite some time.
We met John twice on the site. He helped us a lot. EG when my money was pinched one night he did a wip round and collected pennies and ten pee pieces and gave them to me. that incident is in the book. Hear from you again I hope
Jon was a very special person who meant a lot to many people; his efforts on behalf of the Stonehenge campaign, Tribal Messenger, Ecological and political issues struck a chord in the hearts of many devoting their lives to leaving the earth a better place than they found it. Jon was born at Easter, 18th April 1939, and died last year at Easter, 13th April 1998, aged 59. His children, family and friends still love and miss him. The Millennium Oak, planted as a caretaker tree in the Chalice Well's tree nursery on Chalice Hill (in years to come it will be visible from Glastonbury Tor) represents the focused, private side of Jon's personality, and the Rowan, a magical tree, has been traditionally accepted as a protector against evil influences reflecting his work among thousands of people over the years in the public domain. He carried a torch for his/our time, and his contributions to raising awareness and inspiring people should not go unremarked.
All the best, blessed be all who may browse here. Crystal Jane.
From: Maria Organ email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: John Pendragon Family Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 23:51:31 -0600 Thank you for the messages so far. My brother Paul and I went to Wandsworth to see dad, and we enjoyed to spend the afternoon talking to him after we had not seen him for quite a long time. Our fathers love of music has definately passed on to us, we have inherited his celtic heritage. One day I hope to visit Ireland which is where his family is from. I do not know how many other brothers and sisters we now have, the only other children I ever met were a son called Crinan, and another son called Gildas, both of whom I have no idea where they are. John also talked to us about his youngest children when we met with him, it would be nice to know them as well. L Maria
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