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Cecil the Lion

At the age of 55, I may not be universally loved by all those who have met me and my life hasn’t been a bed of roses, but I feel blessed inasmuch as my feelings of self-worth and self-esteem are … Continue reading

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The Devil Rides Out

At some point in the early to mid-1970s, I had what I regard as the great good fortune to read Dennis Wheatley’s superb black magic novel The Devil Rides Out and it was a “watcher of the skies” moment for … Continue reading

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Katie Hopkins and the Prints of Darkness

Once more, Katie Hopkins has the internet in an uproar; once more, I fail to understand what all the fuss is about, but this time I’m going to write about it and explain why as best I can. The cause … Continue reading

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Moonlight in Black Shuck Country

Around ten days ago, I was idly pondering some of the features in the Stonehenge landscape when some ‘thing’ quietly called out for my attention. This is a sensation I long ago grew accustomed to, but despite the fact that … Continue reading

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George Hargreaves and the ‘satanic’ Red Dragon

A few days ago, I learned to my utter amazement that George Hargreaves, who believes (among other things) that Y Ddraig Goch or the Welsh Dragon is a sign of Satan, had been selected by UKIP as their official representative … Continue reading

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Judaislam and A Not So Silent Witness

“Can I see another’s woe, And not be in sorrow too? Can I see another’s grief, And not seek for kind relief?” William Blake, On Another’s Sorrow. On a day when the BBC published two prominent features, one dealing with … Continue reading

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“We Live as We Dream – Alone”

From 1988 to 1991, I worked on a mediaeval jousting tournament that was based at Breamore, just outside Salisbury. I always worked with the touring unit, so my travels took me around the British Isles, Europe, Scandinavia and Russia in … Continue reading

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