Author: Geraldine Charles

Around Avebury

Avebury is fascinating! Stonehenge may be more famous, but if I had to choose one monument for interested visitors to Wiltshire, Avebury would win every time.  One reason is accessibility – at Stonehenge you can’t usually walk within the stones without arranging special access, while at Avebury you can walk among them, touch them and follow ancient ceremonial routes.  And where else can you find a pub within a stone circle?!

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Wonder and Paradox

I want to celebrate something I often take for granted: the opportunity for an endless “summer”; a life of delight, discovery and exploration.  I rejoice that Goddess requires no strict rules of belief, imposes no dogma, burns no heretics.

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Myths Shattered and Restored: A review

This book is a fantastic resource for me, providing both information and inspiration. If I have any complaint at all, it’s this: I can’t seem to finish it! This is certainly not because of the quality of the writing or the interest the book holds, but rather that every time I open it something I read sends me off on a journey, chasing up a reference or turning to The Civilization of the Goddess to check a thought or idea.

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Goddess Funerals go live!

For several months now, three members of Glastonbury Goddess Temple have been putting together plans to offer Goddess-focused funerals, both in Glastonbury and elsewhere in the UK.

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