Ancient Sites | Experiment

Scotch Mist and Scotching Myths

Oh blimey! We’re so far behind with our posts. Here’s one from the early part of June that I’ve just got around to. It’s the second part of the story of our Wales visit during the Venus Transit early in the month. I think I put “Mid June” at the start of the last post, but actually […]

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Modern Druidry

Cornwall – The Misty Hurlers

Sunday 22nd August, 2010 – The Hurlers, Minions, Cornwall. Having driven through the village of Minions to get to Trethevy Quoit the night before we were fairly confident about finding the famous stone circles called “The Hurlers”. There was a big brown sign pointing to them and everything so how could we miss them? We […]

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Quickie

Centenary post

It seems appropriate that, in the week that saw this site’s visitor numbers top the one hundred mark for unique visitors per day, that we should also hit the one hundred posts mark too. I can only say thank you for choosing to spend your time reading our material. I hope by now that our […]

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Quickie

Nursery Rhymes: how to hide a secret

There are many ways to hide a secret, but one old adage that keeps re-appearing in my research into life’s mysteries is this: If you want to hide a secret, put it where everyone can see it. Such is the way with the knowledge passed down through nursery rhymes. We all know about the bubonic […]

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Dowsing | Other reports

The Cirencestershire Conflab

Kal has already written a lengthy and laudable account of the British Society of Dowsers conference recently, but he has urged me to add my own bits to it, and so I will add those elements that are in addition to his write-up, or which display my own perspective on those events. As we journeyed […]

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