This issue featured our first full-colour cover, a cover that relates to a number of the articles which give a variety of views of the controlled ritual access to Stonehenge for the Summer Solstice, 1998.
Other articles include; Technopaganism, by Trudy Barber; Music, Magic and the Misty Mountain Hop, by Jack Gale; Mead, by Graham Harvey; Speaking for the Ancestors, by Paul Davies; Practical Spirituality, by Steve Hounsome; Blood, Earth and Soul: the Druid Trinity, by Andrew Smith; The Face of Druidry, by Dylan ap Thuin; Moseley Bog Sweat, by Mark Graham; and A Voice in Winter, by Gordon the Toad. Also includes news and reviews. 40 A4 pages, illustrated.
This issue features articles on Celtic Spirituality, by Gwalchmai;
plus In Memory of Gunnhildr, by Jenny Blain; Gerald Massey, by Stephanie Methavet; Seidr: Journeying the Wyrd of the Nine Worlds, by Jenny Blain; Druidry and Politics, by Philip Carr-Gomm; Morality and Honour, by Emma Restall Orr; Sacrifice, by Gwalchmai; The Goddess in Druidry, by Matt McCabe; Taliesin's Trip: Celtic Shamanisms?, by Dr. Robert Wallis; Footprints on the Threshold, by Christine Rhone; Stonehenge Road Scheme, by Greywolf; and The Dragon Rune, by Adrian Harris. Also contains news, reviews and an eisteddfod section. 56 A4 pages, illustrated.
No, your eyes do not deceive you! This is indeed a digital version of the 2008 issue of The Druids' Voice: The Magazine of Contemporary Druidry. It is, we think, the best issue to date, featuring a superb selection of articles by many of the finest writers in contemporary Druidry. It's also the first issue to be illustrated in full colour throughout. It's rendered even more special by the fact that only 150 copies were ever printed, the reason being that our high tech, bulky, expensive A3 laser printer couldn't take the strain and broke down, never to print again, and we were unable to find anyone who could produce it for us within the cover price. It is, therefore, with genuine pleasure that we make it available in this shiny new format with every page and every beautiful, carefully chosen illustration intact. Yay!
Articles in this themed issue include:
Clothed with the Sky: A Spiritual Form of Naturism Within Druidry, by Philip Carr-Gomm
A Modest Look at Ritual Nudity - Pt .1, by Ronald Hutton
Ritual Nudity in Iron Age Europe, by Philip Shallcrass
Don’t Get Mad, Get Heathen: Madness, Despair & Spirituality, by Steve Rumelhart
A Theology of Reburial, by Emma Restall Orr
Tim Sebastion Woodman Remembered, by Kevan Manwaring
and more, including reviews, news and colourfully eccentric views.
The printed version sold for a very reasonable £3.95, and we're offering the digital version for a mere £2.75. What a bargain!
Welcome to the new edition of the journal of the British Druid Order, Tooth and Claw! Lovingly crafted and tailored with bardic brilliance by our very own Suzanne and Jake Thomas, with contributions from near and far, we can boast a surfeit of story, a plethora of poetry... an absolute abundance of Awen!
Available to you as an instant PDF download, featured in this issue are:
- Our Faithful Friend
- Lunar Gardening
- The Storyteller
- Woodland Folk
- The Story Of Light
- I am a Storyteller
- Woodland Ogham Ode
- Tales and Transformation