Tag: paganism

Review: The Stations of the Sun: A History of the Ritual Year in Britain – Ronald Hutton

Even today, the idea that many folk traditions and festivals are the remnants of some pagan pre-Christian Celtic religion, transmogrified and surviving furtively in the countryside, has a peculiar potency. What few people realise is how recent a notion that is and how much it relies on a particular handful of archaeologists, folklorists and historians writing at the end of… Read more →