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August 5, 2019

August 1st  is often referred to as Lughnasadh, the name given in Ireland to the festival dedicated to the old Hibernian God, Lugh. Here in Britain, we call it Lammas in English, from the Anglo-Saxon hlafmæsse(half~loaf + mæsse~mass) meaning ‘loaf-mass’, while in Welsh...

August 5, 2019

Photo Credit: Jethro Tanner

I’m just back from the Kiva, a four-day ceremony of purification and prayer in the flatlands of Cambridgeshire, close to where the Greenwich meridian crosses the ancient Michael and Mary Ley Lines. There were more than 20 indigenous elders...

May 1, 2019

The Background

‘Ken Campbell is amazing’, they said. I’d never heard of him but he was about to do a show, ‘The Meaning of Life’, at the Eden Project in Cornwall. I expected a Pythonesque spoof. It was funny but completely serious, stimulating beyond measure. Next day w...

August 6, 2018

Annwfn is the name given in early Brythonic (British) myths to the Otherworld. Middle Welsh sources suggest that the term was recognised as meaning ‘the very deep’ or ‘the great deep’ in medieval times. It is neither similar to the Christian notion of heaven nor the un...

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