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For solstice, a druid who's down to earth

His faith is a break from high-tech life

By Lesley Bannatyne
Globe Correspondent / June 20, 2004

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Julius Caesar wrote about them. Winston Churchill was one. Every year they assemble at Stonehenge to pay tribute to the sun at the height of its power. Come tomorrow at dusk, some of them will convene in Somerville. (Full Article: 606 Words)

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