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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...

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Nearly fifty of us gathered around the fire in front of the Roundhouse. The sun’s slanting rays shone a golden light into the mossy oak forest. Eric moved slowly around the circle, greeting everyone, subtly intensifying the excitement that was in the air. When the mome...

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