A fascinating slice of history of interest to the Pagan movement, eco-campaigning druid king Arthur Pendragon has waged a highly public, completely eccentric 14-year battle to assert the right of everyone to worship at Stonehenge.
He has taken the Home Office to the High Court and HM Government to the European Court - and recently won. This summer solstice they allowed general access to the public for the first time for years. Through the story of Arthur, this book explores the state of Britain, politically and spiritually; what Britain means at the start of a new millennium. Arthur is a key to exploring the nature of Britain on many levels; mythical, political, historical, magical, moral and physical.
This book will cover the exploits and anecdotes of his past 14 years and at the same time serve as an inspiring mission statement - an "anyone can do it" manifesto - that whoever you are, whatever you do, you can create your own persona, live your own life, any way you choose to.
Arthur Pendragon is the Chief of his own Druid Order and has written an account of his journey that will appeal to Pagans, "greens", and all those interested in spirituality and protecting the planet.