Monday, 5 February 2018

News: Paganism, Witchcraft, Archaeology, Occult

Here is a round-up of news stories from the past week about paganism, witchcraft, the occult and archaeology:

"Archaeologists may have found architects' camp for Stonehenge" - story at The Guardian:

"Artefacts stolen in break-in at Canterbury Archaeology Trust" - story at Kent Online:

"Stonehenge tunnel plans could 'destroy' Ice Age site" - story at BBC:

"Green Man, Jack Frost do battle in pagan ritual in English village" - story at ABC Online:

"Creepy 'witch' who patrols roads and appears from fog glides behind man as he takes a picture" - story at the Mirror:

"The town where chickens determine if a woman is a witch" - story at GhanaWeb:

"Beyond the Screen: The Brightest Witch of Her Age" - column about the impact of book and movie witch Hermione Granger at The Georgetown Voice:

"Why Do Pagans Celebrate the Equinox?" - story at Beliefnet:

"Mocking witches is a recipe for double trouble" - story at The Times:

"AI may have deciphered the Voynich Manuscript — the most mysterious coded book in the world" - story at ZME Science:

"How One Library Is Digitizing Their Ancient Occult Collection" - story at Nerdist:

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