A Deep Green Christian’s Winter Solstice Poem: From Darkness to Light

“From bright heights of compassion To deep darkness of hatred My beloved land has seen it all.” My land of dear mongrels All colours and creeds, All working to bring light Into history’s dark deeds. Community spirit Where new friends were made. In streets, then much safer, As children we played. This land of once … More A Deep Green Christian’s Winter Solstice Poem: From Darkness to Light

Jesus and the Green Man – Part 6 of 6: Jesus, the Deepest Green Man

The final part of this series looks at the person of Jesus;  not the toy sold as “Buddy Jesus”, but the actual historical figure who walked this earth 2000 years ago, and, according to some, whose feet may well have walked upon this green and pleasant land of Albion (yet another blog post for another … More Jesus and the Green Man – Part 6 of 6: Jesus, the Deepest Green Man

Jesus and the Green Man – Part 4 of 6: Cernunnos

“The Horned One” is the translation for the only single inscription we have of this particular Green Man character. Found on the Celtic Gundestrup Cauldron and widespread on other engravings, this antlered figure is thought by some to be an important god of the continental Celts, or even the most important god by some commentators. … More Jesus and the Green Man – Part 4 of 6: Cernunnos