Stonehenge | English Heritage

THINGS TO SEE AND DO STONE CIRCLE NEOLITHIC HOUSES STONEHENGE EXHIBITION CAFÉ SHOP READ MORE HERE: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stonehenge/?utm_source=Google%20Business&utm_campaign=Local%20Listings&utm_medium=Google%20Business%20Profiles&utm_content=stonehenge&utm_source=Google%20Business&utm_campaign=Local%20Listings&utm_medium=Google%20Business%20Profiles&utm_content=stonehenge

Stonehenge: Facts & Theories About Mysterious Monument | Live Science By Owen Jarus – Live Science Contributor

Stonehenge is a massive stone monument located on a chalky plain north of the modern-day city of Salisbury, England. Research shows that the site has continuously evolved over a period of about 10,000 years. The structure that we call "Stonehenge" was built between roughly 5,000 and 4,000 years ago and was one part of a … Continue reading Stonehenge: Facts & Theories About Mysterious Monument | Live Science By Owen Jarus – Live Science Contributor

Christmas Traditions from the Vikings – AleHorn – Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

By:  Alehorn.com CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS FROM THE VIKINGS Happy yule, everyone! The Yuletide was originally celebrated by ancient Germanic peoples including Celts and Vikings, and by others all around Europe, long before the Christian Holiday. In Scandanavia in particular, Yule celebrations predate the celebration of Christmas as we know it by thousands of years. As Europeans … Continue reading Christmas Traditions from the Vikings – AleHorn – Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

Angel/Tarot Advice

Angel/Tarot advice for the week of 11.11.2019 Comfort from the Angels is here for those of you who need it. Never give up hope! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bab4RqYlCZM&t=54s The 11th of November is a very powerful time, especially right before the full moon! Use this power to your advantage by booking a personalized Tarot card reading with me … Continue reading Angel/Tarot Advice

15 Wonderfully Cozy Bread Recipes That Taste Just Like Fall by Claire Sibonney

One of the most exciting things about fall (besides showing off our new knitting projects) is baking beautiful sweet loaves and breads using our favourite harvest goodies — freshly picked apples, pears, squash and pumpkins — paired with rich, warm spices. Bring on those carbs and cozy sweaters!   1 of 15  Upside-Down Apple French Toast This … Continue reading 15 Wonderfully Cozy Bread Recipes That Taste Just Like Fall by Claire Sibonney

How to spot a witch: Believers’ methods from the 15th to 18th century ByRachael Bletchly

Along with skeleton, zombie and vampire costumes, many of tonight’s Halloween revellers will hit the town in pointy hats, black gowns and fake warty noses while carrying broomsticks and stuffed black cats. It’s a look copied mostly from the Wicked Witch of the West in the 1939 film of The Wizard of Oz. But in the past … Continue reading How to spot a witch: Believers’ methods from the 15th to 18th century ByRachael Bletchly

102 Wicked Things To Do: #31 Scarecrow

I have always loved scarecrows. They are not that hard to make and can be practically free if you have some basic stuff laying around the house. Scrap wood, old clothes, hats, gloves, some burlap, tree trimmings, old sheets etc.... the possibilities are endless. One of my favorites scarecrows is from the movie Sleepy Hollow. … Continue reading 102 Wicked Things To Do: #31 Scarecrow