Category: Deities and Spirits

Bringing Forgotten Deities Back to Life

Cernunnos as featured on the Gunderstrupp Cauldron. Photo by https://natmus.dk

When I write an article on an ancient British deity it is always done with great difficulty. I want to give you an insight into the process I go through when writing about ancient British deities.


A Focus on Deity: Cernunnos, the Antlered One

The horned or antlered deity is perhaps the most beloved and iconic within modern Paganism, and the various forms of this ancient deity, which extend back far beyond the rising of agriculture or the taming of the horse, remain a constant inspiration.


Sacred Beasts: The Wolf

Perhaps the most evocative of animals within Paganism, and one that either captures the heart, or leaves it full of dread, is the wolf. For some a symbol of wild power and freedom, for others an agent of darkness and……


A Focus on Deity: Taranis, the Thunderer

Photo of dramatic clouds and lightning by Felix Mittermeier on Unsplash

In the first of our series of articles to focus on deities within Paganism, I examine the thunderer. It is my intention to set a mood in which we can journey through time as we meet, engage with and learn about this powerful divine being which sits at the head of many ancient pantheons.

Now come……