Angry Druids

King Arthur Pendragon A SENIOR Druid is campaigning against plans by English Heritage to display human remains at the new Stonehenge visitor centre. King Arthur Pendragon says that remains excavated from the world heritage site should be re-buried, and models and replicas put on public display instead. The £27million visitor centre at Airman’s Corner is... Continue Reading →

Review: Honoring the Sacred Earth

  Honoring the Sacred Earth: A Path to Spiritual Awakening by Rev. David P. Smith Paperback: 214 pages Publisher: Dreamz-Work Productions, LLC (March 1, 2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 0982553196 ISBN-13: 978-0982553190 ( 5 stars out of 5) For me, one of the great joys of reading is discovering real diamonds. Sadly, those diamonds are few... Continue Reading →

Review: Under An Expanse of Oaks: A Druid’s Journey

Under An Expanse of Oaks: A Druid's Journey Paperback: 126 pages Publisher: Dreamz-Work Productions, LLC (October 23, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 0982553153 ISBN-13: 978-0982553152 ( 4 1/2 stars out of 5) "Under An Expanse of Oaks: A Druid's Journey" by Rev. David P. Smith is a fantastic and concise introduction to Druidry.  Rev. Smith takes... Continue Reading →

Blood and Mistletoe: a history of the Druids in Britain, By Ronald Hutton – Reviews, Books – The Independent

Blood and Mistletoe is not so much a history of the Druids in Britain as a history of how the Druids have been endlessly re-visioned by people with different preconceptions, prejudices and agendas in the changing cultures of England, Scotland and Wales. Like much of Ronald Huttons work, it is a study in reflexivity: "why... Continue Reading →

Did Jesus study mysticism in southwest England?

Little is written in the Christian gospels about Joseph of Arimathea, a rich Jewish merchant who provided the prepared tomb for Jesus. But the apocrypha gospels and other writings not included in the Bible as Christians know it today, but written at the same time as that which is included and tradition suggest he was... Continue Reading →

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