Witchcraft Museum – Boscastle – Cornwall If you’re British – or are interested in Paganism – remember that the god ‘Pan’ demands that you make
Lullingstone Roman Villa We visited here probably about two years ago, but I did not write a blog post (which is highly unusual). We think
Given this hidden ‘pagan’ agenda of the Nazi German regime, it seems equally bizarre that the Roman Catholic Church supported Hitlerism with such enthusiasm.
Although only the foundations exist dating to 13th century renovations, (the home was eventually abandoned in the early 15th century), they reveal expert stone-masonry, architectural design, and building craftsmanship, as well as over-all expertise in positioning of the stricture and the good use of natural terrain, (the local river, for instance, was diverted to form the water in the encircling moat). The area of Penhallam was awarded to the de Cardinham family from France, and Penhallam Manor apparently served as one of their stately homes – such was the family’s importance in the new Norman social order in Britain. English Heritage maintain the site – which is free to enter for the general public. The ruins lie in a forest clearing that is about a 15 minute walk from the small car park (which is designed for 5 cars). It is a beautiful place to visit.
Witchcraft Museum, Boscastle, North Cornwall It is interesting to note that the ancient teachings of witchcraft, wiccan, or any other name pertaining to the preservation
King Arthur – at least in the earliest strata of his legend – is an indigenous Romano-British King, who embodied what has become known as