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Thinking About – Pagan Events after Covid-19

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...at least for a while... As the title suggests this is an article about the impact of the pandemic on

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In Honour of Pamela Colman Smith

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That was a fabulous weekend. Our annual pilgrimage to Cornwall for the Pagan Phoenix South West conference held at a

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There’s a Tree by the Well in the Wood, that’s covered in Garlands

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Imbolc, Candlemass, on or around the 1st February but for me when the land is white with Snowdrops. A festival

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Hold your Head Up

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For much of my life, when I found myself walking through a forest or the countryside on one of those

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The Old One was Here Early

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A blessed release from the week's rain but the chalk still wet underfoot. Slippery too, as we walked along the

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Samhain – The Ghosts walk among us once more

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I remember when the ghosts seemed to be everywhere. Back in my childhood, before hand-held bright screens and cars, when

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Thinking About – The Harvest Festivals

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[caption align="alignright" id="attachment_8523" width="4032" height="3024"]Take our prayers of thanksgiving, to life and John Barleycorn[/caption] I love reading other peoples' blogs

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They Stopped Telling their Stories

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Last week Cerri and I took our first holiday of the year. We went to one of my favourite places,

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Why is the Wheel Turning so Quickly?

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Has anyone else felt that this year is going by quicker than any other? A couple of weeks ago I

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A Little bit of Lughnasadh Magic

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Back at the Spring Equinox 2000 me and Cerri founded the Anderida Gorsedd. It was simply to be a group

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