Our garden is covered in wild dog roses (Rosa Canina). We have fields and a farm next door, so the roses are among the wild honeysuckle, elder and bramble in the hedgerow. I slipped on my clogs and took a walk along the hedgerow with a bowl. Gently touching each rose (only those wide open already, or have already lost half their petals) I knocked off the loose pink and white petals into my bowl. They are so pretty and smell gorgeous. I brought them in and lay them on some paper towel to...
I'd like to introduce a great book published this month by Moon Books. A Druid's Tale by Cat Treadwell. More about this coming soon!
What do people think of when they hear the word 'Druidry?' The real questions, not the 'old men in white robes' stereotypes. What makes a Druid? What do they do? This book hopes to answer some of those questions. For the benefit of those who prefer the more traditional methods of finding information, Cat has compiled and expanded on some of the more...
I really wasn’t surprised to see this article in The Telegraph via Facebook:
This is yet another bigoted article, written by someone who is ignorant on the subject and a prime example of poor journalism.
Let’s just take some of the “observations” and look at them with a pagan eye. Christopher Howe quotes and comments on a report from the Church Times:
On page 7, the paper reported:...