People not clear on the concept.
Stonehenges Pagans aren't a patch on the past
One journalist thinks the Stonehenge crowd have got it wrong.
Pagans litter Stonehenge
Oh, really? Just how many of the litter bugs were Pagans or Druids, pray? How many were heedless ravers, drug wasted wannabes and obnoxious tourists?
Record crowds at Stonehenge
Pagan Party Goers and Naked Bicycle Riders
Celebrating solstice in the Pacific Northwest
A Sense of Place:
...and some people get it. Hecate is one of those. Here is an excerpt but do read the whole thing.
Paganism is, at least IMHO, a religion of place. It's wonderful to love Mamma Gaia and the entire planet, but the daily practice of Paganism is hugely involved, I think, in the business of being in deeper and deeper relationship with one's own particular landbase/watershed/genius loci. It's largely about becoming familiar with, listening to, doing right by, and helping to turn the wheel in concert with the particular spirits of your particular place. And that's something that I think that American Pagans, especially, haven't yet done or learned how to do, which may partly explain our longing for (insert your spot here) Stonehenge, Avebury, Bridget's Well, the Caves in Lascaux, Crete, the Parthenon, ancient Egypt, etc.