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Stonehenge (again, always)

Like many celebrities, Stonehenge suffers from an excess of fame. The recent go-head for yet another long-debated construction project involving the site will, this time, move the noisy and heavily traveled A303 motorway underground into a nearly 2-mile long tunnel. 123 more words

Druidry

Celtic Thought: The Art of Travelling Light In The Twenty-First Century

If you’re anything like me, you generally find that you accumulate things fast, and say, the house or apartment can easily fill up with clutter of all shapes and sizes. 840 more words

Christian Thought

Air

Following along my “journey through the elements” from Earth and Water,I have been spending time recently developing my connection to air. In some ways, this has been the most difficult element to work with yet, as it seems so ephemeral and insubstantial. 397 more words

Druidry

Yearly signatures

As 2015 was all about building strong interpersonal relationship. All about love

2016 was all about intense shadow work, a type where we were given little choice but to face our individual and collective Demons with an aim to understand, accept and transform. 166 more words

Nature Based Spirituality

Support Me to Become a Celebrant

Dear Reader,

This summer I am training to become a wedding and family celebrant in Ireland.  I need some help with the fees.  I have created a GoFundMe page with several reward options.   133 more words

Druidry

MAGUS: Mid-Atlantic OBOD Gathering

I’ve been attending the OBOD East Coast Gathering since its inception 7 years ago and now there’s going to be yet another OBOD camp gracing the eastern seaboard: … 73 more words

Druidry

Poem: Afon Nant Peris [Re-Visited]

In this rugged, wild, grey-green place, the stream flows.
Downstream represents the past, of days gone by, the old, the familiar and known.
It is an empty plate of cakes, just crumbs, now gone; it is yesterday’s meal. 281 more words

Christian Thought