The tale of Owain, or The Lady of the Fountain, (Owain ap Urien, neu Iarlles y Ffynon) is an early Arthurian tale. Historically, Arthur is considered to have been a warlord, uniting the Brythonic tribes against the invading Angles and Saxons. The...
This is an article featuring Pagan Music. Reflecting the deep spirituality of the Pagan movement and lifestyle. Apart from all that, I enjoy these songs.
"In My Ummah, there shall be born Thirty Grand Liars (Dajjals), each of whom will claim to be a prophet, But I am the Last Prophet; there is No Prophet after Me." By the 19th century India was firmly under the control of the British Empire. The...
It is commonly believed that Harold Godwinson, last Saxon King of England, died at the battle of Hastings with an arrow in his eye. Is this a true account? This article seeks to explore an alternative.
This is all about cooking on a campfire. One simple recipe, two if you include desert. Written for fun but hopefully useful as well, Don't forget the Beer.
This is an article about real Magic. Not sleight of hand, stage magic, but the real thing. An introduction on bringing real Magic into your life.
This is just for fun. Here are some of my favorite "Off Color" Jokes. If you enjoy these I have many more published here; http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005H7Q00U
This is an article about one of the most sacred books of India. Hopefully used to begin a discussion on one of the most profound religions in the world. Numbers for chapter and verse included.
Every so often someone comes along offering the chance to become a millionaire through MLM (Multi Level Marketing) This is a lighthearted look at the jargon and spiel of those MLM Sponsors.
Ever since I came to this place I’ve been more of a reader than a writer. The talent and ability of the wordsmith, the craftsman-like skill that is so evident here both uplifts and encourages me. It’s not only knowledge and skill though. The...
This article is an overview of the way that English speakers swear and curse. Why we use the words we do and how it is possible to say the exact same thing but in a socially acceptable way.
This is the story of Rhiannon. In the old Brythonic language placing "on" or "ona" at the end of a word defined that word as Divine. Rhiannon is derived from Rigantona, (Divine Queen, or Goddess)
This is an article featuring the Welsh National Eisteddfod. Containing an overview of the history of the festival with videos showing some of what takes place inside the main pavilion.
A lot of nonsense has been written about the origin of the theme song for Halo 3 ODST. Here I put the record straight. and give credit to the original composers.
This is the story of the Wombles. How they came to be and their message. Perhaps even more relevant today. Remember your a Womble.
This article speaks of a very unusual God. He never claims to be omniscient. This is Odin, the All-Father. He seeks wisdom knowing that he will die at Ragnarok. He seeks for the joy of knowing.
This is an article about Lewis Caroll, his works, his brilliant mind and his relationship with Alice Liddell.
Unfortunately not many Welsh people know the impact that Wales has had on the U.S of A. This article attempts to show what a small country can achieve.
The beginning of a story. A tale of the Old Gods and how Magic came to Humanity. A little about the Elven Folk and an introduction to Awen and Nwyfre.
This is an article discussing the root meaning of an ancient symbol that has become very popular among today's New Age and Neo-Pagan communities. The Triquetra, three sections of three circles
This article gives the lyrics, with translation into English, of the promotional video released in 2009 for the Halo 3 ODST extension to the XBox 360 Halo game.
The slate quarries of Wales were death traps. Dangerous to work and deadly to your health even if you survived. This article describes the lack of concern from owners and government.
The earliest complete tale of Robin Hood comes from a 16th cebtury ballad called "A little jest of Robin Hood" I have taken the Rhyme made by Sue Bradbury and converted a small piece of the ballad into this tale. As well as being a humorous yarn it...
These ancient Welsh Legends have a fascination for me that never dies. Gwydion is the trickster, the shapeshifter of Welsh mythology. Arianrhod is the Goddess of the silver wheel, Spinning the threads of our lives.
There are three levels of driving ability. The skill of driving is only the first level. Sadly, it is also the last level for far too many road users. This involves learning how to pass a driving test and then developing the skill to stay out of...