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Shamanic Lands 1 – Discovering the Twelve Winds

At the beginning of June I was privileged to attend one of the most inspirational and heart-warming, not to mention educational and amusing weekends I have ever known. Shamanic Lands is a series of seminars which seemed custom-made for me. Not only was it centred upon the notion of recovering the shamanic teachings of our […]

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Ancient Sites

2012 – Summary of the Year by Gwas

My summary of the year could easily take up several posts, but I’m not going to do that. Instead, I’m going to highlight the many important distinct elements that have taken place this year, and then provide links to the posts that illustrate these elements. On the whole it has been an amazingly packed, dense, active year. […]

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Modern Druidry

October podcast – recent site visits

This month’s podcast is now available on the Podcast page for you to enjoy. No lecture this month, instead a change of style as I tell you about the latest blog news, mention the highlights of the recent Autumn Equinox visits, and hint at the wonders to come in this month’s pending posts. There are […]

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Modern Druidry

New Article: Dowsing & Druidry

I have been spending some time writing an article for the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids web site: www.druidry.org. They graciously invited me to write about any subject I wished, so long as it related to druidry, and I chose to write an article about the crossover between dowsing and druidry, as I see […]

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Modern Druidry

A personal augury system

One of the skills that ancient historians attributed to the Vates of the Druid class was the ability to divine the future from a number of unusual sources. One of the sources that doesn’t involve disembowelment and which would therefore be considered to be relatively acceptable to the modern druid is bird augury – acquiring knowledge […]

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