Hidden Connections

In the days of yore, before lockdown, when we didn’t realise just how lucky we were to be able to meet up and go for a long walk, I was wandering through the woods with my cousin.  Over the course of our rambles he shared snippets of his wisdom about trees and how they workContinue reading “Hidden Connections”

Burnt at the Stake

Recently I read that in the late 19th century, the suffragette Matilda Gage suggested that the persecution of witches had nothing to do with fighting evil or resisting the devil. It was simply entrenched social misogyny, the goal of which was to repress the intellect and influence of women.  Considering the origin of the wordContinue reading “Burnt at the Stake”

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