Monthly Archives: November 2015

CHAPTER SIXTEEN, WHAT HOLDS US BACK?

What holds us back from that bonny and convivial road to fair Elfland?  (The road is convivial.  We never reach Elfland).  I don’t think it one thing in particular – not ennui, nor powerlessness, not lack of democracy, nor a … Continue reading

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CHAPTER FIFTEEN, AN INNER JOURNEY

The journey of an economy to its ecology and back again is by way of the very many methods which create the whole web of a culture. The more symbiotically an economy is enmeshed in its ecology, so the ecology … Continue reading

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CHAPTER FOURTEEN, ESCAPING THE MAZE

There are further areas for worthwhile political discussion within the remit of the Druidgeld.  The Common Agricultural Policy has distorted both markets and social systems. CAP could be re-distributed as a basic farm income available equally to all farmers – … Continue reading

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CHAPTER THIRTEEN, DEMOCRACY?

It seems impossible that we ordinary geezers can have anything but tiny & mundane effects, but fashions and folk movements have sometimes exploded in extra-ordinary ways.  In any case, to think that druidic power will survive is to accept that … Continue reading

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CHAPTER TWELVE, A GOOD ORDINARY WAGE

Government’s (and corporation’s) proposals for dealing with the climate and energy crisis are expressed and frozen within the serious, incurious language of property and state.  The status quo is assumed as a first principle and solutions to the times are … Continue reading

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CHAPTER TEN, STAR GAZER HUBRIS

I suppose that our druidic problems have arisen through a hubristic consideration of the larger solar system.  I mean that the sun keeps giving in a linear manner, just as the force of gravity may also be considered as a … Continue reading

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