Druidry for Beginners – Beliefs


My last article in this series was back in November 2015 and this one has been prodding me for a while, but it felt like such a big topic I’ve constantly put it to one side. Modern Druidry is incredibly diverse when it comes to beliefs. How can I write about it with any real

Y Mabinogi – Strange Things


It’s true. It seems the moment I realised that I was only to focus on exploring and writing the story and songs for the First Branch of the Mabinogion (as I wrote about in this recent article) strange things began to happen. Dreams, strange synchronistic occurrences, big aha! moments, the melody to songs forming seemingly

DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 109


Download Listen in a New Window iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Leave a Review Clammr It Subscribe via RSS Subscribe on Android Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 109 Infinite Sun – Kula Shaker – http://www.kulashaker.co.uk Faery Glen – Cernunnos Rising – http://cernunnosrising.co.uk 40th Anniversary of the Fellowship of Isis – http://www.fellowshipofisis.com by Philip Carr-Gomm – http://www.philipcarr-gomm.com A Game

Is the Album Dying?


I remember the day well. I had just been to Mastersound, a record shop in Haywards Heath. My wages in hand I walked into the shop, found the section I was looking for, and there it was. I pulled the cover from the others and took it to the counter to pay. On my way

Y Mabinogi – Let’s talk about History


As many of you know by now my latest project is a spoken word, song and music album telling the tales within the Four Branches of the Mabinogion. Originally I thought this would be one double album, but I’ve very quickly realised that, in order to give these four intertwined tales the room to breathe

A Little Spring Ritual


Spring is here. The time between the Spring Equinox and the Summer Solstice is my favourite time of year. There is so much change and life seems to be literally pushing itself back into existence after the darkness of the Winter months. I know, I know, for quite a few of you Winter is your

DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 108


Download Listen in a New Window iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Leave a Review Clammr It Subscribe via RSS Subscribe on Android Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 108 Hares on the Mountain – Chris Wood – http://www.chriswoodmusic.co.uk The Talky Bit – Steve Pollington on the Saxon lore of Woden, Yule and Alcohol – http://www.stevepollington.com Heist Thurs – Wardruna

Interfaith – Faith and Change


Yesterday I spoke at the Brighton Interfaith AGM. It was held at the Quaker Friends Meeting House, a venue I played a concert at many year’s ago at Brighton’s sadly defunct World Sacred Music Festival. I’ve spoken at three of their interfaith meetings and they are always warm and welcoming, and what I really love

Walk those Paths again


There’s something that draws me back to the place I grew up. Not to live there again, but to re-visit the places I used to hang out with my friends, to go back to those places and see what’s changed, what’s stayed the same. I grew up in a small mid-Sussex town called Haywards Heath.

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