For almost four hundred years, Shiloh was the place for Jewish Pilgrimage. Many of the ruins we find at Tel Shiloh were probably ancient B & B's, hostels for the worshippers who came to Shiloh to pray.
Today not all of the visitors who come to the Site of Ancient Shiloh come to pray to G-d, but people do come from all over the world.
And many understand exactly what Shiloh was and what it still is, one of the Holiest Places on the Jewish Map.
The Halachot Jewish Laws for prayer are based on how Biblical Chana prayed at Shiloh. We don't need an intermediary. We must just concentrate, focus our minds and hearts on G-d and move our lips silently with the proper words.
This time I'm giving you plenty of notice. The next Women's Rosh Chodesh Prayers at Tel Shiloh will be on Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan:
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan
ראש חודש חשון בתל שילה
Tel Shiloh is open to visitors year round. For more information check here, email email@example.com or call 02-994-4019.