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.
Now I’m not going to say that Animism is THE answer to climate change, war, poverty or our existential crisis, but I am going to say that developing an Animistic understanding of life, the world in which we live and of our relationship to it, is a huge step toward a solution to these problems.
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.
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