A Very British Witchcraft -October meeting 2013

The above title comes from this month's meeting in which, for once, the men outnumbered the women.  Briseilid very kindly volunteered her home for last Tuesday's meeting and seeming that she had recorded the documentary of the same name, we decided to watch that. For those of us in the UK, 'A Very British Witchcraft', … Continue reading A Very British Witchcraft -October meeting 2013

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Road Trip Part II – Dartmoor…Neolithic remains, roundhouses ancient and modern

From Pembrokeshire, we travelled on to Dartmoor. I was there for a workshop on the autumn equinox weekend with the wonderfully talented Carolyn Hillyer, and then stayed on the moor for the rest of the week. I lived just off the moor for several years around 20 years ago and have a real soul ache … Continue reading Road Trip Part II – Dartmoor…Neolithic remains, roundhouses ancient and modern

Road Trip Part I – Pembrokeshire…Ogham, yews and neolithic tombs

Instead of heading north to Northumberland or the Highlands as usual, this year we travelled to Pembrokeshire, an area I haven’t visited since I was a child and then on to Dartmoor, more familiar to me as I used to live close to the moor. We stayed in Newport between Cardigan and St David’s on … Continue reading Road Trip Part I – Pembrokeshire…Ogham, yews and neolithic tombs

A Druid in the Aeon of the Child – life, death and whathaveyou…

In some recent correspondences the themes of "life, death and reincarnation" have come up. So I thought I'd share some of my parts of those conversations... This first fragment concerns dealing with bereavement as a process - "I think that the course and the work can give you a wider, more pragmatic(?) view of life … Continue reading A Druid in the Aeon of the Child – life, death and whathaveyou…