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The Goddess also hunts

Feb 27th, 2018 | By

In Her most familiar guise, the classical goddess Diana appears as the huntress. More often than not, She is portrayed as a lithe and athletic young woman, carrying her bow in one hand and accompanied by her hunting dogs. Yet in our modern age this is an aspect of the Goddess that is rarely recognised,

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The Goddess in camouflage

Jan 11th, 2018 | By

I was on a brief visit to Aylesford Priory some time ago, when my attention was drawn to a large statue of the Virgin Mary, shown in her role as Our Lady of the Assumption, and to the fact that she is depicted standing upon a crescent moon. The Priory is interesting in itself, and

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Leonora Carrington: not lost, but found

Dec 14th, 2017 | By

I spent most of Wednesday evening, this week, catching up on television that I’d missed over the preceding weekend. Now I don’t wish to bore people with my taste in viewing, but I’m mentioning this because there’s one particular programme I want to write about. Leonora Carrington: The Lost Surrealist is an hour-long documentary exploring

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A brief introduction

Dec 11th, 2017 | By

I feel that I should start my blog posts here, really, with a brief introduction. I’m a very long way from being famous, or even notorious, even within Pagan circles, but I’m going to be popping up here on a more or less regular basis (and possibly for a long time), so at some point

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