Over several years of studying indigenous European belief (paganism, mythology), and then studying the folk tradition (folklore, folk customs, holiday traditions, witch trial records), I began to realize that the idea that paganism died out after conversion to Christianity was simply preposterous.
Vintage Snapshots Showcase the Thriving Streets of Paris in the 1960s
By Jude Duffy
June 11, 2017 Anno Domini
Ireland has a worse immigration problem than Germany, Sweden, the UK or France.… Read More
A massive, wooden, eyeglass-shaped monument in Avebury, England, that was set alight in ancient ceremonies may be 800 years older than it was thought to be, new research suggests.
New figures show third world migrants are costing the Danish people 59% of their tax surplus annually
When the great English Pre-Raphaelite/Neo-Classicist painter John William Godward decided to end his life in 1922, aged 61, it is said he had written in his suicide note that the world ‘was not big enough for him and a Picasso’.
This is a slideshow of amazing artwork by Slavic visionaries along with fitting musical accompaniment, hearkening to a much better time for the folk.
Today, especially in New Age circles, the term ‘shamanism’ is often used in a generalised way to describe all kinds of indigenous magical practices in a wide range of cultures worldwide.… Read More