Following on from my whitterings the other day about the religioius question (the national identity question being an easy selection), … Continue reading That census question resolved.
I felt the need to express my gratitude, delight and overwhelming love for all the folk who’ve stepped up to … Continue reading Druid Camp: 5 weeks to go!
Spring equinox returns, as it invariably does, and I take my customary stroll around the village. Nothing changes, and in … Continue reading Now we are five…
The Journey Into Spirit – A pagan’s perspective on death, dying and bereavement. Author Kristoffer Hughes. Published 2014 by Llewellyn. … Continue reading “The Journey Into Spirit”
Nipped over to the Forest of Dean today, to Clearwell Caves, for the annual Imbolc Rite of the Cotswold Pagan … Continue reading Imbolc at Clearwell Caves
Currently Reading – Pagan Religions : A Handbook for Diversity training by Kerr Cuhulain. Was given this as a review … Continue reading Currently Reading – Pagan Religions by Kerr Cuhulain
It’s not often I reblog someone else’s words, but this open letter from Jonathan Woolley at the Barefoot Anthropology site said just what I wanted to say – but said it so much better than I would have. The other day Ms Odone, a journo writing in the Telegraph, spewed a mighty pile of foetid inaccurate vitriol on the recent decision of Cornwall County Council to put a little focus on pagan paths in their RE curriculum. I was preparing to blog on it, but after Jonathan’s words… I don’t need to. Thanks Jonathan!
More Beatitude than Platitude? An Open Letter to Cristina Odone
Paganism be included in British RE lessons.
Horns of Power: Manifestations of the Horned God Grabbed onto by my tablet’s Kindle app because my good buddy Cat … Continue reading Currently Reading – Horns of Power: Manifestations of the Horned God (compilation)
Well you heard it here first, and I’m not always proved right. Eric (I’m in a bit of a) Pickles … Continue reading Power of Prayer
I was obviously interested to read today that a town council has been found to have exceeded its statutory powers … Continue reading Prayers