A work-in-progress, influenced by your feedback
To paraphrase Lewis Carroll's introduction to Symbolic Logic:
I shall be grateful to any reader of these pages who will point out any mistakes or misprints they may happen to notice, or any part which they think is not clearly expressed.
In The Beginning
What was the Grael really all about?
The Grael Genesis
The big lumps on the horizon
The megalithic origins
What happened to the big lumps (and their keepers)?
The Shining Ones
The importance of oral traditions
In between the Beginning and Now - the hidden mysteries of nature and science
Before the Romans...
The Phoenician alphabet in Britain
A detour through Middle Earth
You Can Leave Your Hat On
Gog and Magog
Here Be Dragons!
Compass and Square
Ancient Music (carnyx-style)
The importance of song lines and poems
Druids at home
Speaking in riddles
What did the Romans ever do for us?
Mithraic Britain - a lost heritage
The Mysteries of Eleusis
Who owns the calendar?
Saints by the shipload
Druids in disguise
Gnostic Christianity - an almost-lost heritage
After the Romans
Mind The Gap! Or, the Great Myth of the Dark Ages
Were there really any Saxon invaders?
The real King Arthur?
The Wasteland and the British Exodus
The earliest known court case about copyright in British history
You Need Protection
Native British martial arts?
The Monks of Tiron - a missing link
Brush up yer Shakespeare
Here Be Dracos!
The Grael goes Dutch
Going on a Treasure Hunt
Friendly Societies in an unfriendly society
Keeping your Royal nose clean
Gawain, Gowen, Green Knight and Cowans
In praise of the Seven Liberal Arts
Fraternal Societies in a Fratricidal Culture
Who Needs History Anyway?
Now, it starts getting personal...
Standing on the shoulders of giants
The dangers of consensus
Getting past the post-modernists
Physics, martial arts and yoga
Yoga, the hard side
Mind The Gap! (continued) Or, Great Myths of the Modern Age
Being intelligent about intelligence
The CAB model of personality
The Spectrum Star or Spectral Compass
Towards a Unified Communications Model
Techniques and Tools
Lessons from Personal Development
We need roots
At the end...
After the end...