Tag Archives: Holy Wells

Merry Meet Magazine Issue 63 Samhain 2018

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News & Comment – Myth and Reality; Stonehenge’s Welsh Connection; Bumper crop for archaeologists
Article – Dorchester’s Ghosts
Article – Wayland’s Smithy
Feature – Woodbury Hill Fair
Feature – Revd R.S. Hawker – the Mystic of Morwenstow
Reviews – Revealing the Green Man, by Mark Olly; Bees vs People, Chris Slade
Folklore Diary  – a four monthly guide

Merry Meet Magazine Issue 47 Winter 2011-12








Comment – The Great British Pub
News – New Evidence on Stonehenge; Pendle Ruin is not Witches Cottage;
Dartmoor Monument revealed; Priddy Circles Arrest; Bronze Roman Cockerel Found;
Glastonbury’s Holy Thorn Killed by Vandals
Article – The Devil & St Pancras (legends of Widecombe)
Article – Well May Ye Bear! – Wassail Chants
Article – Speen Holy Well
Article – The transformative Power of the Wind by Michael Berman
Reviews Ritual by David Pinner; Children of Cain by Michael Howard; The Secrets of Pain by Phil Rickman; Green Men & White Swans by Jaqueline Simpson
What’s On – Your guide for the next quarter

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Merry Meet Magazine Issue 36 Spring 2009



Comment – News With Bells On!; Ancestral Bones
News – Peat moors Centre to Close; Merry Meet Website Launched; Landscape of Memory; Dorset Medieval Festival; Recession Hits Archaeology; Morris Film Lacks Distributor
Article – The Changing Face of the Green Man
Article – Ghosts Among the Stones – Fernworthy Stone Circle
Feature – The Magical Tradition – The Lambton Worm
PoemsGrowing Time and Eostre by Ruth francis-Foster
ReviewsWitch – An Autobiography by Rochelle Moore; English Holy Wells – A Sourcebook by Jeremy Harte; Landscape of Memory by Jerry Bird; The Persian ‘Mar Nameh’ by Payam Nabarz and SH Taquizadeh
Feature – Sacred Sites in Danger
What’s On

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Merry Meet Magazine Issue 32 Spring 2008



Comment – Heritage scrapped & Ignored; Beating the great god of Consumption
News – Druid’s Board Game found in Essex; Heaney Speaks Out on Tara; Nectan’s Glen for Sale; Revd Chris Horseman; Road Threat to Rollrights; Ritual Swan Sacrifice in Cornwall
Article – The Horned God in Britain – A short history
Article – Stanton Drew
Feature – Pagan Songs No. 14: – Hal An Tow
ReviewsMarco & the Blade of Night by Thom Madeley; Popular Magic: Cunning Folk in English History by Owen Davies; Holy Wells in Britain by Janet Bord; Inventing Witchcraft: A Case Study in the Creation of a New Religion by Aiden A Kelly
Feature – Sacred Sites in Danger
What’s On

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