Familiar: Snake

The snake is both revered and reviled in almost all cultures. There is a dualistic view of this sacred beast; on one hand it is seen as poisoner, deceiver, dark […]

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Published by Herne on December 25, 2019

The Lord of the Wyldwood

Within the Wyldwood, Cernunnos (translation into English: The Antlered One) is the name we most often give to the male aspect of the divine. In all honesty, while the name […]

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Published by Herne on September 16, 2018

Article: Beautiful Berries

The hedgerows are full to bursting with berries at this time of year.  Blackberries you can eat straight from the bush (but not if you are near a main road, […]

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Published by RachelPatterson on August 29, 2018

Familiar: 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 […]

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Published by Herne on August 27, 2018

Earth My Body: A Pagan Ethic

Earth my Body, Water my Blood, Air my Breath and Fire my Spirit ~ *Wiccan chant* Around nearly every Pagan campfire, during nearly every coven or grove meeting, at nearly […]

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Published by Herne on August 23, 2018

The Thunderer

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 […]

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