Sacred and Magical Articles
Articles inspired and actual from the Sacred Isle of Wight
Four Minute Folklore: St Catherine's Oratory
St. Catherine's Oratory is a medieval lighthouse on St. Catherine's Down, above the southern coast of the Isle of Wight. The Nexus of light, power and Ley Lines
A Brief History of the Isle of Wight Pagan Kings
A brief history of the pagan kings of the Isle of Wight. A history that takes us from Wihtgar and Stuf to King Arwald.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
The full English translation of the Anglo_saxon Chronicle. This is is a chronological record of important events, chiefly relating to the English race, from the earliest period of the Christian era to the 11th century
The Ecclesisastical History of the English People
Written by the Venerable Bede in about AD 731, is a history of the Christian Churches in England, and of England generally.
Natural Food: Wild Garlic
In the first of our Natural Food series we will be foraging for Wild Garlic, bringing it home and preparing it for fermentation. The Fermentation process will help to naturally preserve the wild garlic for use later in the year.