Tag Archives: philosophy

Finding Ethical Guidance in Lore

Let me begin this blog entry with thanking all the folks who read the previous blog entry about Lughnasad Magic of the Alpine Corn-Cutters, and for their “likes” in the various apps of social media. For this piece, I would … Continue reading

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May There Be Peace…

When Bards, Ovates, and Druids cast circles in which they do their work, they usually ask for the support of the powers of the four directions. I see my office at the Pine Street Inn, a Boston homeless service agency, … Continue reading

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In the beginning…

…there was Light, or the Word, depending on the translation. Or First Jaguar. Maybe Eagle who brought the light from the Altai Mountains. The Turtle. Or Fintan, who turned into Salmon when the flood came. Religious people usually pick one … Continue reading

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First of all…

Druids. Who are they? What are they doing? And, is Druidry still relevant? The Druids were known as the ”Sages of the Forest”. While that seems to not say much, it tells us more than we might see at first. … Continue reading

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