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Paganism is a faith which is often misunderstood or mis-characterised; however, according to the 2011 census, there are over 75,000 people in England alone who identify as Pagan or as a follower of one of its major traditions. Paganism itself can be understood as a kind...

  Throughout history, animals have held centre stage when it comes to the spirit world. From the Egyptian gods to American-Indian spirit guides, animals have carried with them the same spiritual significance their godlike counterparts have held. Even in some religions today, such as Hinduism, animals...

Fire has long played an important part in many faiths; from the Beltane and May Day fires to candles lit in churches for remembrance. It appears in symbols, myths and legends. In short, it has always been important to mankind. The Four Elements Fire is, of course,...

Once upon a time, the British Isles were thoroughly Pagan; Christianity began, of course, far away in the Middle East, so it had to be brought to this island, and the pagan residents converted. It was, however, not only the people who were converted, but...

After a mild November, the weather seems to be taking a turn for the colder in December – something which many people might have predicted without the help of the weatherman, as it’s one of the common superstitions surrounding winter and its weather. As it is...