Tag: Pagan

WyldMoon Interview: Laura Perry

In our third WyldMoon Interview, Herne talks with Laura Perry, author of Labyrs And Horns, Ariadne’s Thread and The Minoan Tarot among other works.


Earth my Body – A Pagan Responsibility to the Natural World

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We can as a community begin to heal the world for tomorrow…


A Focus on Deity: 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.


Beautiful bounty of 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, probably best to avoid those ones), elderberries can be made into syrups, cordials and of course…wine.  And hawthorn berries are excellent to work magic with.


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An Interview with: Damh the Bard

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In this episode Herne chats with British Pagan folk legend, Damh the Bard about the upcoming release of Y Mabinogi: the Second Branch. Damh talks about the importance of reviving an oral tradition in Britain and about the various spiritual themes within this important collection of Celtic literature.

This interview first aired on Wyldwood Radio during……


Wyldcast! Episode 1

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Pagan Chat: Paganism and Mental Health with Cat Treadwell and Herne Wyldwood

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In this edition, Herne sits down with Druidess and author, Cat Treadwell to discuss various aspects of Paganism and Mental health including some insights from personal experience. We hope with this episode to be able to help some of our listeners who may be experiencing some of the same issues.

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Making a local connection

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For me, it is about connecting to the land around you.   I don’t live in a tumble-down cottage in the middle of the woods (seriously none of the takeaways deliver…), I do in fact live on the edge of a city.  But the land around me and beneath my feet is ancient.  It has a house on now (obviously) and had dwellings on it before, going back for a very long time.  And the land holds those memories.  There is not only the element of earth beneath our feet but also the history of our ancestors.


Sacred Beasts: The Wolf

Perhaps the most evocative of animals within Paganism, and one that either captures……