Dating sites in wales uk
To believe in the living presence of the ancestors is to therefore acknowledge the life and meanings within the bone that is not inanimate, but of spirit.Many Pagans and Druids believe in the spirituality of all things, stones, trees, mountain, air, fire, sun, river, sea, as well as animal spirits and ancestors.
Such realities are not at once obvious to the museum curator or the archaeologist in the field.
Excavation without reburial therefore takes the heart and soul of a group away, as well as removing the living ancestor from their proper home.
Sites being utilised by Druid and Pagan groups therefore rely on the spirit of the place with which we celebrate and remember ourselves.
It therefore serves a purpose in the present as well as having meaning in the past.
It does not have a singular role as a burial place.