Albion’s Living Traditions

I might be a little odd, but my heart quickens when it hears the sound of morris bells, the Bonfire Prayers in Lewes, the sight of the white handkerchief, and the clash of wood and spinning tatters.

If your’s does too here’s a wonderful short film that shows all of these living Folk traditions.

By |2013-04-16T13:31:35+00:00April 16th, 2013|Categories: Folk Traditions|Tags: , , |3 Comments


  1. Angela Samson April 16, 2013 at 7:15 pm - Reply

    Thank you Damh for uploading this video. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I have shared it on my FB page for others to see. Thank the gods, there are people who are still carrying on the old customs. I hope Health & safety don’t get their claws into them though! /l\

  2. morgan9 April 16, 2013 at 8:24 pm - Reply

    I’ve listened to hours of T Thorn Coyle’s podcasts because of you, Damh the Bard, who supported her work on your own podcasts. I enjoyed this film, and am increasingly convinced that there are some cultural similarities between Paganism and Tibetan Buddhism. This body feels Pagan (the more I learn) and this mindstream is aligned with 13 years of Tibetan Buddhist thought and practice. You and T Thorn are helping me broaden my own permission to myself to embrace both, hence, all practices that are good. There are no coincidences. I’ve listened to hours of your ever-friendly boisterous voice, Mr. Damh. My respects to the two of you.

  3. Tim Holland April 17, 2013 at 4:55 pm - Reply

    Folk and traditional ritual is what got me into paganism all those years ago.

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