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Taking into account that the word Witch is of Germanic Origin (Anglo Saxon), this forum seeks to explore the very world of those who first called themselves witches, drawing upon an entire body of lor
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The Anglo-Saxon Mission: Bill Ryan's Presentation 16 February 2010 Click here for the original video [Opening music: guitar instrumental of John Lennon's IMAGINE by Mark Knopfler and Chet
Article taken from The Irish Ulster Heritage Magazine The Second Sight, or an dara sealladh, is one of the more curious, but constant cultural phenomenons, in Celtic lands and those places where Celts have settled around the world. It is the sixth
The problem we have now is little was recorded by the Druids and most of todays myths and practices by the so called Druid Order today is new age dreamed up by one man. The Druid Holy Men passed the history and rituals from father to son and the Romans
Most all of the ancient nations hinged their beliefs about blood on their religious dogmas as well as the origins of religion. blood being known as the pure life essence/force because its carried powers, energy, influences and symbolization in their life.
This Anglo-Saxon girl was buried wearing a gold cross. Was she a Christian, or did she just find the cross just pretty? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2115526/Anglo-Saxon-grave-reveals-16-year-old-girl-laid-rest-gold-cross.html
According to Julius Caesar, these warrior peoples had a practice which he found repugnant;- "Wives are shared between groups of up to 10 men, particularly brothers, and even between fathers and sons" Was syphilis rampant in these societies? Was