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Posted: Jun 20 '16
Even for residents of southern England, Cranborne Chase is a bit of a mystery. This historic royal hunting ground stretches across rolling chalk hills... Read more: England, Walking, Hiking, Dorset,...
Posted: Jun 18 '16
The holiday is marked with festivals, parades, bonfires and more.
Posted: May 28 '16
"Are you going to turn me into a toad?"
Posted: May 20 '16
"What are you going to wear to get arrested?" That's a question I never thought I would hear from my wife, but it was what she asked me as I mentally prepared to be arrested as part of a non-violent d...
Posted: Apr 30 '16
Beltane is a summer festival celebrated around the world.
Posted: Apr 30 '16
May 1 marks the Celtic festival of Beltane, also referred to as May Day, which many neopagans and Wiccans around the world observe to celebrate the on... Read more: Pagan, Paganism, Neopaganism, Wic...
Posted: Apr 22 '16
In the months leading up to last year's Earth Day, a group of roughly 50 pagans gathered in a closed Facebook group to draft a collective call to acti... Read more: Earth Day, Environment, Sustainab...
Posted: Mar 18 '16
photo by Sofia Rose Smith I was born in April, so spring has always been a powerful time for me. That said, I haven't always practiced ceremony arou... Read more: Religion, Spirituality, Spring...
Posted: Mar 5 '16
The birth of a child can be an auspicious and sacred time for a family. Beliefs and rituals surrounding this important rite of passage vary from ... Read more: Birth, Birth Rituals, Pregnancy, ...
Posted: Feb 13 '16
In the media these days, as in Salem itself, one can't swing a figurative black cat without hitting a witch, and the depictions of those witches are often poor enough to make The Witches Education Lea...
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