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The appearance of a Turkish knight, Beelzebub, and a horse’s skull mark out a centuries old winter tradition in rural

Trees have been a centre point of many world mythologies and religions throughout the ages. As a symbol of growth,

Plant lore is the verdant heart of Scottish folk holidays and traditions. Nature’s gift and sacrifice is found in the

Mistletoe is known to most people for its Christmas associations, but holds a long folklore of magical associations, where it

anukkah is one of the most celebrated holidays in the Jewish calendar. It’s known by some as the Festival of

Relentlessly sunny and known for a love of trend over tradition, Los Angeles is an unlikely home to a new

Through myth, fairy tale and legend, powerful women are depicted as dark, cruel and calculating, and they are often naturally

Historically, distilling was an art, as well as an arcane type of magic, regulated by custom, law, and superstition. Certain

Plant lore is the verdant heart of Scottish folk holidays and traditions. Nature’s gift and sacrifice is found in the

Historically, distilling was an art, as well as an arcane type of magic, regulated by custom, law, and superstition. Certain

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he legendary frost fairs on the River Thames are depicted in a number of works of art that show just

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