Category Archives: Sacred Sites

Men’s Cairn

This Quork post is brought to you by Ethan Kincaid, a longtime Fester and Canadian author. An unobtrusive path leads northward from the archery field of Raven’s Knoll. This suits the purpose of the sacred site beyond. Quiet, and out … Continue reading

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Gypsy at the KornuKopia Gathering 2013

From time-to-time this blog invites guests to present their experiences of past events. This is a guest post written by Gypsy Birch about his experience at the KornuKopia gathering this year.   This is the telling of my personal experiences at the … Continue reading

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The Rainbow Tree

An amazing natural feature of Raven’s Knoll is a white cedar tree that grows up out of the ground and then back into the earth! From its arc of a trunk the tree sprouts five branches. This rare sylvan find … Continue reading

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The Vé: A Heathen Holy Place

Every religion must have its holy places, affording a means of communication between man, gods, spirits and forces of nature (Ellis-Davidson, 13). In 2012, at the Hail and Horn Gathering, a sacred place of worship was established at Raven’s Knoll … Continue reading

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