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- Blue Plaque for Gerald Gardner
Gerald Brosseau Gardner, who was born today in 1884, is being honoured with a blue plaque at his former home in Highcliffe, Christchurch in Dorset.
- Druids Protest Stonehenge Bones
King Arthur Pendragon protests about the public display of excavated human remains inside the new visitor centre at Stonehenge.
- Family Targeted By Bullies For Being Witches
Family Targeted By Bullies For Being Witches. A woman has hit out at bullies who have made her two daughters' lives hell... for being witches.
- Stonehenge To Get Facelift
Stonehenge To Get Facelift: English Heritage said that the £27m project to build a new visitor centre out of sight of the stone circle to replace the shabby collection of buildings beside the monument and to close a nearby A road was under way.
- Future of Hen Harriers Hangs In Balance
Future of Hen Harriers Hangs In Balance: Hen Harriers are perilously close to being wiped out from their last remaining stronghold in the country - in the Ribble Valley.
- Call For Pendle Witch Museum
Call For Pendle Witch Museum: Calls have been made to create a museum featuring the Pendle Witches story as the area attracts more visitors in the lead-up to the 400th anniversary of the trials.
- Black Bees Found In Lancashire
Native black honey bees (Apis mellifera mellifera), previously thought to be almost extinct in the UK, have been found in Lancashire
- Paganism To Be Taught At Schools
Paganism To Be Taught At Schools: Paganism has been included in an official school religious education syllabus for the first time.
- Witch King To Set Up Occult Centre
Witch King To Set Up Occult Centre: Magus Lynius Shadee says he is in the final stages of securing a venue in Park Row for his centre.
- The Pendle Witches Exhibition
A Wonderfull Discoverie: The Lancashire Witches 1612-2012, is a new exhibition, at Gawthorpe Hall in Padiham, Lancashire, which commemorates the 400th anniversay of the Pendle Witch Trials.
- Lincoln Castle to get £19m improvement
Lincoln Castle to get £19m improvement: Lincoln Castle was built in 1068 and has housed the Magna Carta since 1215.
- Magic Landmark Cut Down By Vandals
Magic Landmark Cut Down By Vandals: A symbol of magic in the Comeragh Mountains met its end last week, when vandals chopped down a fairy tree, which was the symbol of the magic road.
- Archaeologists unearth Neolithic henge at Stonehenge
Archaeologists have discovered a second henge at Stonehenge, described as the most exciting find there in 50 years.
- Treadwells announce new esoteric journal Abraxas
Treadwells are proud to announce the release of Abraxas, co-produced with Fulgur, Ltd. It is an annual publication of esoteric art, writing, scholarship, essays, poetry and translation.
- Sealed Witch Bottle Found
Sealed Witch Bottle Found: Witch bottles were commonly buried to ward off spells. Some 200 have been found in Britain, most of them glazed jars made in the late 16th or 17th centuries.
- Roman Temple may link Paganism and Christianity
Roman Temple may link Paganism and Christianity: A leading archaeologist believes a missing link in history could be uncovered at an emerging Roman temple site in Southwell.
- St Andrews Cathedral Gallery
St Andrews Cathedral Gallery: In 12th Century Augustian Cannons, extended St Rule's Church, all that remains today is a part of the chancel and the tower.
- Egyptology News
New items from the world on Egyptology and Ancient Egypt
- Oldest-known Mayan Astronomical Tables Found
Oldest-known Mayan Astronomical Tables Found: Archaeologists working at the Xultun ruins of the Mayan civilisation have reported striking finds, including the oldest-known Mayan astronomical tables.
- From Egypts Sands to Northern Hills
From Egypts Sands to Northern Hills: A new exhibition of Ancient Egyptian artifacts is to go on show at Towneley Hall in Burnley and features exhibits from various collections.
- Secret Egypt Exhibition At The Herbert Coventry
Secret Egypt: Britain's most family friendly museum will be welcoming a new type of mummy into its family next year when Secret Egypt opens at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum.
- Is Queen Nefertitis Famous Bust Fake?
An art historian and expert on ancient Egypt says the famous 3,400 year-old bust of Queen Nefertiti could be a fake.
- Ancient statue found buried at Egypt Giza pyramid
Maintenance workers at Egypt's Giza Pyramids have found an ancient quartzite statue of a seated man buried close to the surface of the desert, the culture ministry said on Tuesday.
- Egypt's top archaeologist unveils ancient mummy
Egypt's chief archaeologist has unveiled a completely preserved mummy inside a limestone sarcophagus sealed 2,600 years ago during pharaonic times.
- Ancient skulls returned to Egypt
Two ancient Egyptian skulls which were found buried in a back garden in Manchester have been returned to Egypt.
- Ancient statue of Ramses II found
A statue of Ramses II, the most powerful of Egypt's ancient pharaohs, has been discovered five feet under the sands of a Nile delta town.
- New Egyptian Gallery At British Museum
British Museum will open a new Ancient Egyptian gallery centered round the spectacular painted tomb-chapel of Nebamun.
- Twins found in Tutankhamun's tomb
Two foetuses found in the tomb of Tutankhamun are the twin children of the teenage pharaoh, according to the anatomist who first studied his mummified remains in the 1960s.
- Egyptian mummy gets makeover
Conservation experts are currently carrying out work to ensure the 3,000-year-old Egyptian priest and his inner and outer coffins.
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