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Much has been made recently of the latest guidance document released by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (not, as some media organs have suggested, the European Court of Human Rights ECHR) concerning Religion or Belief in the workplace- ‘Religion … Continue reading
by S. Ceanadach Over the last three months I have been working for at least one day a week at a place that produces the spoken word for the blind. It’s called ‘Cue and Review’ and has its studios in … Continue reading
There is an old maxim that knowledge is power and one possible way of understanding spirituality and religion is through the epistemological position suggested by the historian of religion Karen Armstrong. Armstrong (2010) and (2005) argued that the ancient Greeks … Continue reading
What do you see/make of the shadow in the middle of this picture taken 2012 in Blackpool.
I wish everyone a happy, more accepting and peaceful new year. 1st January has become a date when communities around the world speak of world peace. 1st January, and our calendar system of dating is, of course, a human construct, … Continue reading
I get to play! Reverence and Mirth, are a much more powerful combination for me, than Reverence alone. I get to dress up and imagine I am somebody else; use tools and props, which I have enjoyed choosing or making; invent prayers, … Continue reading
By Nimue Brown Experienced Pagans have a variety of responses to those who dabble. When a person is new to Paganism, It’s only reasonable to expect that you will need some time to look around and get your bearings before … Continue reading
A Harvest Moon o’er Kernow tonight As upon the Carn I stand A view out toward the distant sea Across this ancient land A fire burning embers low Ochre stain upon Pagan face And words of Cornish chanting out Atop … Continue reading
Earlier this year, our national media proclaimed ‘And after double maths it will be… paganism: Schools told to put witchcraft and druids on RE syllabus’. (Read more: http://tinyurl.com/bt5yaqv) This article, and others like it, was in response to the publication of … Continue reading