Monthly Archives: November 2015

Pleased to Meet You, Mr. Cernunnos

When I wrote my book “Mountain Magic”, which is about traces the Celts left behind in lore and traditions in the Alps, I ended up elaborating mainly about the Goddess. A lot. I did discuss the various forms in which … Continue reading

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About Being Wise Judges

Many friends in my social media networks have responded to the terrorist attacks in Paris, Beirut, and Baghdad one way or another. Some responses were predictable, others surprising. Here is mine. The Druids of old were known for many things, … Continue reading

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Drinking From a Red Cup While Not Being Gay

I recently read a post on one of the Pagan Facebook groups I belong to, that said something about that we Pagans should not be so harsh, or even just not judgmental, towards Christians. That’s fine, good advice, considering that … Continue reading

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Alpen-Samhain

When we ask people from France, Spain, Southern Germany, some regions of the Czech Republic and Poland, Switzerland and Austria, what their ancient ancestry is, they might say “Celtic” with as much conviction as folks from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall and … Continue reading

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