Daily Archives: September 11, 2020

Going West: Back in Time

“This is for kids.” I detected a distinct lack of enthusiasm. Granted, the site has been made into an educational experience, but the fact remains that Castell Henllys is a real archaeological site and quite unique, for while it was … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Riddles and Runes…

Dear Wen, Physical/Planetary is a rather startling juxtaposition as my old ‘letter-man’ might have put it. The Cow and Calf incident may have to go down as one of the first recognisable instances of something or someone ‘pulling the plug’. … Continue reading

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Seven Champions?… Stuart France

* The story of St George which we have been following is by all accounts strange. * It was committed to writing in the late sixteenth century and was penned by Richard Johnson, a fabulist possibly most famous for writing … Continue reading

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