This is another article in my Off the Shelf series. Here I offer a set of guidelines, or a creed that we can live by in this The Third Millennium.
The traditions from the proposal to the wedding and after wedding celebrations in afghan culture.
The holiday at the Winter Solstice existed long before Christmas came to Europe. The Old Religion placed equal emphasis on the sexes, and female figures from Old Yule lingered on for ages.
A short fairy tale about how the peacock came to be the glorious and respected symbol it has been in folklore and legend.
Follow the fascinating history of Middle Eastern facial and body tattoos. Found mainly among the Algerian and Moroccan nomadic Berber tribes, although no longer common, the symbols remain in crafts.
Most people think that Bigfoot, or Sasquatch, is an interesting part of folklore, but does not really exist. Some people, however, say they have evidence that Bigfoot exists.
Snakes, also called Naga, are demigods in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. A comprehensive study of snake iconography in Hinduism.
A close look at the different types of personality traits, their characteristics and how to best deal with each one for best work conditions.
Warnings of minor malevolent beings that haunt Ireland and Scotland.
The music of the Celtic lands, tales from ancient and modern Ireland and Wales.