- Is Stonehenge more than just some big rocks?
- Even though it's unclear whether it was consistently used or not, there is enough evidence to know that it has not been the domain of just one group of people, as even today it has been readopted by numerous pagan and neo-druidic groups.
- Facebook delete account of ex-biker who claims to be King Arthur reincarnated
- In 1998 he was crowned Pendragon and Swordbearer to the Glastonbury Order of Druids and was later proclaimed 'Raised Druid King of Britain' by representatives from five Neo-Druidic orders. He has led protests against the building of new roads and ...
- The religious right is being left behind
- Hostility, or simply bewilderment, toward why anyone would embrace religion – besides environmentalist neodruidism – remains a fairly uniform among journalists. Some researchers, such as Claremont's Phil Zuckerman, suggest the decline of religion ...
- Neo-Druidism growing in Britain as Neo-Pagans Celebrate Summer Solstice
- The Neo-Druidry movement, in Britain, celebrated the Summer Solstice on 21 June, with a gathering of about 20 000 at the Stonehenge in Wiltshire. This year's attendance is reported to have been lower than previous years because of the bad weather.
- 'Archaeology on steroids': huge ritual arena discovered near Stonehenge
- Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a massive stone monument buried under a thick, grassy bank only two miles from Stonehenge. The hidden arrangement of up to 90 huge standing stones formed part of a C-shaped Neolithic arena that bordered ...
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