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Tea with a Druid 136

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If you go to the Facebook page of the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids on Mondays at 8 pm

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The Pagan Grail Part 2 – The Importance of Myth

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The term myth can sometimes be seen as a derogatory word. If something is labelled a 'myth', in this broken,

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Book Review – The Assembly of the Severed Head by Hugh Lupton

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Ok. I'm a Mabinogion groupie. Pretty much any book that has been written about The Four Branches is either sitting

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Thinking About – Ghosts

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Something different today. I love a good ghost story. If I think back my earliest encounter with the ghost story

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The Old Bearded Man – Spoken Word

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Yesterday I was asked by my pals at the Folkcast podcast to create an audio spoken word piece for one

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The Bones of Albion – Our Stories and our Songs

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A year or so ago a friend of mine mine recommended that I watch a film. It was called Dreamkeeper,

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A Celtic Creation Story – Audio

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I love creation stories and sometimes feel sad that time has not left us a Celtic creation story. We know

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A Tale for Lughnasadh

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The long days of Summer are beginning to draw in as we make our way towards Autumn. The first harvest

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Blessings of the Sun Reborn!

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On December 21st in the northern hemisphere the Sun begins its Winter Solstice. For three days he will rise at

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The First Part, of the First Branch, of the Mabinogion

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My good friends Gary and Ruth at the Celtic Myth Podshow are currently dramatising the Four Branches of the Mabinogion

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