“The Truth Against the World” A Song of Freedom for the Druids

Rome destroyed much of what we might have known of the Druids. What they can’t change is the actions of good men and women, who give us an insight into their lives.

Druidic Culture for most of us conjures up Rome’s spin of Stonehenge, and even mystically cloaked creatures flitting through foggy woods. With so little of who they were after Rome had rewritten their history, an easier avenue might be to discuss the lives of Druidic followers. Those who fought under it’s banners in the years of the Roman conquest of Britain. As is so often the case, the best evidence of their beliefs can often be discovered in the conduct of their personal lives.

Beginning with a figure who looms large in British history, Boadicea, Boudicca, or Boudica, fought under the banner “The Truth Against the World.” Continue reading

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Making Soothing Body or Baby Powder; No Chemicals, Pesticides or GMO’s!

With the final outcome from Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder Scandal, it’s a firm reminder that we have to do more for ourselves where and when we can.  Whether their product was the cause of the plaintiffs cancer

(which the courts scanvas.pngeem to believe it was), we don’t need to rely on their product or any other; it’s just too simple to make for ourselves. Better still, we can load it with all those amazing herbs and ingredients that assist and nourish our body,   So let’s get to it! Continue reading

The Cursed House of Astolot, Was the death of the “Lady of Shalott” just the beginning?

Lady of Shalott is a famous poem chronicling the life and death of Elaine, fair maid of Astolat. Less known is the story of her brother, and his children, Jack and Jill.

The Water Carriers is more commonly known to us as the lengthy version of the nursery rhyme,

Jack and Jill went up a hill to fetch a pail of water; Jack fell down and broke his crown, and Jill came tumbling after.

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Pelagius, The Welsh Monk, An Understanding of the Pelagian Heresy

Pelagius was a monk who challenged the great machine of the Roman Catholic Church. His beliefs and followers were so wide spread that he could not be ignored.

Pelagius was generally labled a monk, but it is unknown whether or not he was a Roman Catholic since his teachings were so generally Celtic Christian in nature. What we have of Pelagius writing and life are sparse. Born in Wales, this one man created a wave of revolution in the land of the Gauls (modern day France), Scotland, Wales and most of Europe.

The time of Pelagius was filled with a great deal of unrest, Continue reading

Donald Oig “Liberator of London” England’s King Calls On A Scotsman To Free London

Legend abounds in Scotland, and the story of Donald Oig who defeats an Itallian for the English in London, is a fun classic.

Now Donald Oig was often called “The King’s Man”, his loyalty to King Charles I was already proven at the Trot of Turriff. Donald had gone to London in the year 1640 of his own accord not knowing that King Charles, in desperation, was also requesting his help in that same place, and offering a purse full of gold for help with an Italian swordsman. It was during that trip that he was waylaid by a drummer on the streets of London. The servant issued his Italian master’s challenge to all within the sound of his voice to battle. It was said that none could defeat him. In fact it was reputed that he was the greatest swordsman in Europe. Continue reading