A Guest Post from Jeff of Druid Journal
A couple of months ago my friend Kate Gladstone wrote to me:
I guarantee you will never forget this: detailed six-page article on
the mythological system created by homeless kids.
Click the link below to start Page 1 …
She was right. Continue reading
This is Sannion, one of Erik’s friends. I agreed to fill in and do a “guest blog” post for him while he’s away over the next week, so here goes. Continue reading
(NOTE: Given that my posts tend run rather long, I am experimenting with adding a “cut” to reduce the amount of scrolling on the front page. Some people like this, some don’t; please let me know what you think! I’m happy to do it either way, whatever makes it easier on you, the reader.)
Jeff of DruidJournal asked some of us to guest-blog for him while he’s on vacation; unfortunately, there appears to be a technical issue with guests posting over there, so I am posting this here for now and adding a link in the comment box on DJ.
Given that this is a guest post for a Druid blog, I was going to talk about tradition and innovation in Druidry; but I realized quickly that Hellenism is where I see the differences more clearly, and that it made more sense to address the question from that perspective. Continue reading