04 November, 2006

Religious Wars in Glastonbury

In confrontational scenes reminiscent of the 6th century, at Glastonbury, Druids and Christians exchanged curses (proper ones, not bad language), spells, blessings and insults. Salt was thrown. As the Times reports the Romans police were called.

No doubt having conducted a health and safety survey and being reassured by the bones' configuration, the police concluded the Druids had the stronger magic and took their side, fining and cautioning a few Xians.

The Guardian takes the pagans' side.

It's just another day in the reversion of the UK to a pre-Christian dark age.

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