Limerick Leader Pagan wedding for ghost hunters in historic Limerick castle Limerick Leader PAGAN rituals, psychic witches and the spirits of people who have been dead for hundreds of years aren't what you'd expect to find at your average wedding.
msnNOW Mysterious witch suddenly appears in British town msnNOW It's a little early for Halloween, but residents of Lewes, England, are whispering about the sudden appearance of a witch in their midst.
The Guardian Witches: A Tale of Sorcery, Scandal and Seduction by Tracy Borman – review The Guardian Joan demanded bread, a substitute for the Eucharist, claiming that any food that had been blessed could never be safely consumed by a witch.
Telegraph.co.uk Witches & Wicked Bodies, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Telegraph.co.uk You might not think that an exhibition about the representation of witches in art would have much contemporary relevance.
Return to paganism increasing in England BP News NORWICH, England (BP) -- He is difficult to find and even then is barely visible, but he's there. Green Man, a symbol of ancient pagan religion, stares down from the nave of Norwich Cathedral.
The roots and moots of paganism Yorkshire Evening Post Paganism encompasses a diverse community, including wiccans, druids, shamans, sacred ecologists, Odinists and heathens, all of whom make up parts of the Pagan community.
Sabrina Bowman is not a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang. She has never sacrificed a goat. But she is a pagan, and she does believe in magic, practiced intimately by candlelight at an altar in her Windsor home.
MK Lipman: Chicken Kaparot a 'Pagan' Ritual Arutz Sheva The Rashba demanded that this 'pagan' custom, as he called it, be forbidden completely in his city. The Ramban as well as Rabbi Kaduri also ruled against this pagan custom.
Telegraph.co.uk Witches by Tracy Borman, review Telegraph.co.uk If there is a moral to be drawn from Tracy Borman's absorbing study of the witch-hunting craze that swept Britain during the reign of James I, it is that the early 17th century was not...
The Guardian Witches & Wicked Bodies – review The Guardian What do witches look like? Ferocious old dames with pointy hats and whiskered chins, repulsive warts and green skin: we would recognise one anywhere, even without the soaring broomstick.
The Guardian Paganism, part 4: the literary and artistic underpinnings The Guardian I've implied in earlier articles that the notion of genuinely ancient roots for contemporary paganism is something of a red herring.