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Celtic Mythology
Mythology and sex cults

The temple at Hatra in Iraq, destroyed last year, featured a carved figure with an acanthus-leaf beard, a possible prototype of the Gr...

Demi Powell
Mythology
Variety Of Rune Spreads

For divinatory purposes runes are often arranged in patterns known as "spreads". In a spread the sequence in which runes are drawn det...

Article by George Smith
Celtic Mythology
Brigid: Warrior Saint and Historic Rebel

As Christianity spread across Europe, the Gods of native faiths were disregarded by the Church or absorbed into folklore. Some...

Article by George Smith
Celtic Mythology
Beliefs & Legends of Celtic Mythology

Although we often think of Ireland in association with the Celts, Celtic lands spread as far central areas of Europe. From the regions...

Article by George Smith
Celtic Mythology
The Secret Lore of London

I love books about the mysteries, myths and magic of London (there’s an alliteration for you). I’ve got quite a collection and I frequ...

Demi Powell
Neo-Paganism
History Of Druidism

In the Celtic religion, the modern words Druidry or Druidism denote the practices of the ancient druids, the priestly class in ancient...

Article by George Smith
World Religions
The history behind Ireland’s ancient Druids

Who were the Druids? Today the word conjures thoughts of magic, wizardry and spiritualism, but in ancient times the definition of Drui...

Article by George Smith
Celtic Mythology
A Retired Carpenter Solves a 3000-Year-Old Architectural Mystery

Want to build your own Stonehenge? This retired carpenter has done it, without machinery.

Through the ages, Stonehenge in Wiltsh...

Article by George Smith
Celtic Mythology
Archaeologists unearth huge Neolithic ‘Stonehenge’

Another ‘Stone Henge’ even bigger than the world famous heritage site and dating back nearly 5,500 years has been discovered by archae...

Article by George Smith
Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Teutonic
Study Suggests the People Who Built the Stonehenge Lived in E...

The environmental friendly habitats and eco homes are generally assumed to be modern inventions, however, this cannot be further from ...

Article by George Smith
Mythology
Rituals Spells

Sense Ritual

Upon dealing with incredible stupidity, willful ignorance, or a deliberate lack of common sense, perform the...

Article by George Smith
Mythology
Who was Boudica — A Legendary Warrior Queen?

Boudica (also written as Boadicea) was a Celtic queen who led a revolt against Roman rule in ancient Britain in A.D. 60 or 61.

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Article by George Smith
Mythology
The scariest monsters and demons from Celtic mythology

The Celtic culture has always feared an array of evil forces. The ancient Celts had hundreds of deities, but as with most cultures, th...

Article by George Smith
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