The Welsh ‘Rebecca Riots.’ One of many peasant and worker uprisings in Celtic lands during the 18th and 19th century invoking sovereignty goddesses, land spirits, crones, Fairy Witches, and other mysterious, usually female otherworldly beings. In many of these movements, men wore dresses and bonnets. Other figures invoked included Maeve, Ludd (possibly Llud or Lugh), and Sadhbh.
This week on Gods&Radicals:
Druid and Author of God-Speaking, Judith O’Grady, will appear on Monday with an essay regarding the existence of Evil.
On Wednesday, look for Mark Shekoyan‘s discussion of Pan.
And on Friday, we’ll host an essay by Heathen Chinese, called “Are the Gods on Our Side?”
Links of Interest
Wanna see what our lust for technology is doing to earth? Here’s a horror story.
Called “Pagan” by one local Christian priest, a wooden temple was constructed and burned to heal ancestral trauma in Northern Ireland.
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