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Australia's Stonehenge

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Dale Miller reports in the online thewest.com.au, Western Australia concerning plans to build a replica of Stonehenge.  Additional information also available from the Melbourne Herald Sun for another point of view.

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Chaired Bard of Ynys Witrin

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Bards are accordingly invited to a Bardic competition to compose a performance on the "Spirit of Trees" to hold the position of the 'Chaired Bard Of Ynys Witrin'.

 

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'Eggs and their Symbolism'

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From America, the online Herald News in Chicago, investigates Easter and Spring through the relationship of the Egg symbolism celebrated today.

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Druids Celebrate the Spring Equinox

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Randy Ludlow article, in the online Columbus Dispatch reports on the Spring Equinox celebration performed by the Three Cranes Grove ADF in Ohio, USA.

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'Chants, chalices and chocolate fingers'

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Steven Morris reports in the online Guardian newspaper with the article 'Chants, chalices and chocolate fingers with the 21st-centurt pagans. An insight into events undertaken by Druids and pagans in Dorset, England, combined with attending Stonehenge this Equinox. A picture gallery is also available as the Dolman Grove celebrates the time of year.

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'Ancient Druids show and tell?'

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Bonnie Wells a staff writer for The Amherst Bulletin, asks whether 'the ancient Druids are going public?' As a new book is published.

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Mysterious pits uncovered in Kernow - Cornwall

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An article published in the 'onlinetimes by Simon de Bruxelles' reports on the past work and findings. This has been undertaken by Ms Woods an archaeologist, who been excavating some very interesting pits within Cornwall. At the same time shedding light on a community’s folklore, within a turbulent time of history in the United Kingdom.

To read more visit "Mysterious pits shed light on forgotten witches of the West".

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Warm up for St. Patrick's Day

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Barry Abisch, 'provided by WorldNow' on Koam-TV shares some thoughts on St. Patrick Day. Specifically related to America and how the run up, and warm up to the celebrations are progress.

To Read more St. Patrick's Day!

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'A Flemish town's Ritual'

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Stephen Castle reports in the online version of the International Herald Tribune, about recent events at Geraardsbergrn, Belgium. This concerns an age old ritual which hints of Celtic and Druidic connections, as Spring and the equinox draws near in the northern hemisphere. However, this has been received with some mixed feelings. To read more about this event, complete with comments on the occasion, visit the International Herald Tribune website here at 'A Flemish town's Ritual'

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'Celtic Christianity is unique'

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Wake Forest University website has just published the findings of Professor Linda McKinnish Bridges, discussing the uniqueness of Celtic Christaninty, to the run up to St. Patrick's Day. To read more visit the Universities website here at 'Celtic Christianity is unique'

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