Photography Arian Levanael (2015)

I wish to acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation in whose country I now live.

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Papers, Short Stories and Articles

JUNE 2016

In these, the deep southern lands, we move towards the solstice of midwinter on th 21st June, the shortest solar day. Those of you on the other axis of earth enter the season of the beginning of the dark. What we experience within 24 hours of that is this wild, full on full moon at 21 degrees Sag. So light the bale fires or the Hibachis, feast, make love and render unto earth what is earths, render to the past what is past. We open our burrows and our caves and our nests and invite spells of knowledge and poetry to come to the table.

Sending you a metaphorical bunch of antique love letters tied with faded red ribbon that lay hidden beneath the floorboards of a long-ago house, brambles covering the windows and rabbits in the open kitchen cupboards. May your days be filled with porcelain teacups and ladybugs

For now, for you? A gift from a friend that I offer to all of you. Hold Your Own by Kate Tempest. It's inspirational.

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Almost Paleo blog for all those wicked and magic recipes for people giving up grains and sugar. Guaranteed luscious.

New interview (with Danette Wilson, USA, for Sunday Stew pagan magazine) may interest you WITCH (pdf)

For your ancestry information go to Bernard Casimir's website. Chat him up to find your tribe of thousands of years. You might already be in the research already amongst the thousands of pages on the site.

Priteni (2015) is now available in paperback, and via Kindle. See below for description.

PRITENI is a history story. Whilst being a scholarly work it is not written in dry rote academic verbage as are so many others relating to the so-called ancient Britons. I am not the person to do so as all of you know. The story of the Priteni (Britons), just prior to our cultural extinction 2,000 years ago, our absorbtion and annhialation through subsequent invasions, is incredibly rich and very long-lived. Yet hardly anyone alive knows it. Do you know who the Silures are? Are you one of them? Are you Catuvellauni? Tacitus is owed a vast song of praise for his accounts that attest to this history. Without his Annals we would have vanished forever. This book is for anyone interested in the indigenous, pagan Britons. This is important because we seem to have no stories to share with other indigenous cultures and that is not good enough. Genealogy, particularly in the computer age, has opened the floodgate to our ancestry. To our deeper roots. This paper/book is the result of thirty years research that only recently became necessary to write as a book. I have done so because one of the heros is Caradoc ap Silures, my great, great (by 10) grandfather. I have revered him and spoken of him for a long time and to find him on my tree of life was jaw dropping. We are all related. Every one of us, every species, every tree, stone and star. Remembering that is such a liberation.

Synopsis -

Many books have attempted to present the paganism of Britain. Most have failed for one simple reason. The indigenous people of tribal Priteni are discussed in the past tense, mistakenly assuring the public that they have long since died out.

The brutal invasion and slaughter, and subsequent colonisation of indigenous people, worldwide, has seen the attempt at eradication their lore, law, customs, language, culture and spirituality. In many instances the invading hegemonies attempt assimilation by effectively breeding them out.

De Angeles delivers the magic,culture, craft, legends, heroes and grief of a people stricken. The soul of an elder lore.To many this will be the first time they have even heard of these people, let alone celebrated their kinship.


Comeuppance is my latest short story, a crime thriller, not for the feint-hearted. Just me invoking my inner-maniac and for the sheer pleasure of working a different style: The Crime Factory Issue 15 (also available in hard copy), winner of the GritLit writers' competition, Hamilton, Canida, 2015.

I'm working at getting back up to the Northern Rivers before the year is out but otherwisw go see Kate Pasz in Burringbah.
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Paperback and Kindle

Paperback and Kindle

Paperback - revised 2012

Paperback and Kindle

Paperback and Kindle

Paperback and Kindle