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Stonehenge up Close

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Ginny McGrath article in the timesonline relating to how to get up close to the stones at Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England; Planning to visiting the site from abroad then here is some useful information which will enable one to get up real close.

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New Religious Studies

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Graeme Paton, Education Editor at the telegraph.co.uk report on "Druids, Rastafarians and atheists in new religious studies classes." Together with the changing way religious studies are likely to be taught in schools within the UK in the future.

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Vernal Equinox 2009

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Facts on the Vernal Equinox for 2009: The First day of Spring

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Iron Age Gold Unearthed

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Chris Rudd article concerning 'Iron Age Gold Unearthed in Suffolk Field,' UK, reported in the numinmaster.com. The article relates to a recent gold coin hoard, most of which were minted in the time of Queen Boudica by the Iceni. To read more on this discovery.....

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Pilgrims of the Gorsedd

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Sally Williams article from the western mail on Wales Online, discusses the monument which is to be erected this summer on Primrose Hill, commemorating the first Gorsedd in 1772 and its founder.

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Unity in Dirversity

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Virag Shrikrishna Pachpore article and report on the 'Sanskriti Sangam in Nagpur: A unique experiment to boost unity in diversity,' from the Organiser website based in Dehli. This event was held recently in India and was attendend by various Druids from Britain and France.

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Solar calendar secret revealed in Suffolk

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Victoria Nicholes report on the 'Solar calendar secret revealed in Suffolk church' at EDP24. Its interesting to see how at specific times of the year the light of the sun plays an important part within various belief systems.....

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Welsh bard honoured

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Dan Carrier article in the Camden News, relating to a 'Welsh bard of 1700s to be honoured' who is might this be?

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National Secular Society Response on Reburial

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The National Secular Society response on reburial as reported in an article titled  'Modern day druids have no right to rob science of valuable evidence'. A more detailed report is available from their website.

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Avebury skeleton's fate?

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An article by Nigel Kerton in the Gazette & Herald relating to the 'Avebury skeleton's fate to be Decided this week.' Comments from both sides, archaeologist and druids.

Response from The British Humanist Association (BHA) Thrusdary 29th January 2009.

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