The Long Man of Wilmington, mysterious guardian of the South Downs, has baffled historians for hundreds of years, but many believe that it is an image of the archangel Michael, with the staffs which once were shown piercing the head of the devil.
During World War II, the figure was painted green to prevent enemy planes using it as a landmark.
It is said that the monks made it as a sign to ward off evil, their Priory was built between the 11th and 15th centuries, which is nearby.
I felt very strong evil presences in this area, it seems that the enemy of Christianity has been holding this place in bondage for far too long. There is no doubt that this area has now been cleansed by Christian prayer, and once again the nearby Churches shall have a new outpouring of God’s Spirit upon them.
Visiting ancient Christian places will impart powerful blessing on you.
If you ever desire to go to this place, I must warn you that you must be a Christian or be a seeker of the Christian faith, any other motive you will be putting yourself in considerable danger.
A message for whom it may concern
I will bless those who bless you,
and whoever curses you I will curse;
and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.”