Ok, so I guess pagans… we are connected to the natural world in a spiritual sense and find inspiration and … Continue reading A little rant on “pagan tealights”
As I watch the recent Black Lives Matter events unfold around the world my heart is full with the knowledge … Continue reading Bristol Fashion
Credit for this post goes to, and the author of the main article is, Marc Doll. I’m putting Marc’s post … Continue reading But it is worse than that.
I’ve just come back from a talk about ecocide that was kind of a memorial for Stroud-based eco-barrister, Polly Higgins, … Continue reading StopEcocide : Change the Law
It was a hint of the extraordinary day to come that we arrived in London to join the million plus … Continue reading People’s Vote march London
I was in the thick of the Bristol #YouthStrike4Climate March the other day, and thoroughly proud of the kids. They turned out … Continue reading The Kids Are All Right!
I came away from Druid Camp knowing the site was in use again the following week for Super Spirit. As … Continue reading Leave only footprints…
There’s a lot of celebration going on this week, about the centenary of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, … Continue reading Activism, and the magic of names.
Really though, you ought to at least spend a moment checking your spelling before you send out your nasty nonsense… … Continue reading Nice try firstname.lastname@example.org
Paganism is an old path, and the old gods have been reverenced for, well, a long time. But in a … Continue reading Funerary rites for the solitary