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Hieroglyph Facts

You can find plenty of information on Hieroglyphics on our main site, but I’ve decided to throw in a few ‘fun facts’ about this Ancient Egyptian alphabet here on our blog. Hopefully we’ll build on this over the next few months, so let me know if you have any information you think we should include.

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Body and Soul Fair this weekend

The Body and Soul fair returns to Glasgow this weekend. The regular fair features demonstrations, talks, tarot readers and stalls selling jewellery, candles and aromatherapy products. The fair will be in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (Sauchiehall Street Glasgow, G2 3NY) on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st February from 11am – 5.30pm. Entry is £3.50, […]

The legend of Valentines Day

There is no mistaking that St. Valentine’s Day is named after Saint Valentine as he was martyred for refusing to renounce Christianity on 14th February 269 A.D., and in 496 A.D. Pope Gelasius set aside February 14 to honour St. Valentine. As with most Christian festivals, there is a pagan counterpart to this day for […]

Celebrate Chinese Year of the Tiger

The Chinese New Year this weekend celebrates our entry into the Year of the Tiger. This sign is one of courage, bravery and it is said to protect people from fire, thieves and ghosts. However, the real life creatures are in need of our protection. That’s why we are promoting the WWF’s adoption drive. At […]

Candlemas Day

Every 2nd February is Candlemas Day, a day celebrated by Pagans and Christians. For pagans, the ancient festival marks the midpoint of winter, halfway between the shortest day and the spring equinox. Known as the ‘Feast of Lights’, the festival celebrates the increase strength of the life-giving sun as winter gave way to spring. For […]