Behind Their Lines: Gone, gone again – Poet Edward Thomas

British poet Edward Thomas, born 3 March 1878. Edward Thomas is not a forgotten poet of the First World War; he is commemorated in Westminster Abbey’s Poet Corner, and his poems “Rain” and “As the team’s head-brass” are frequently included in collections of war poetry. However, others of Thomas’s poems may be less familiar, and … Continue reading Behind Their Lines: Gone, gone again – Poet Edward Thomas

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The Universal Ouroboros

This was one of the first sites I returned to again and again in the early days of the net. I haven't revisited it for years, but came across the link in one of my old blogs, and realised I'd been lucky to find these reference to the Ouroboros in the years before the net … Continue reading The Universal Ouroboros

On the Eerie, Enduring Power of the Rorschach Test | Literary Hub

  Source: On the Eerie, Enduring Power of the Rorschach Test | Literary Hub For many years, the test was hyped as an X-ray of the soul. It’s not, and it wasn’t originally meant to be, but it is a uniquely revealing window on the ways we understand our world. All of these strands—psychology, art, … Continue reading On the Eerie, Enduring Power of the Rorschach Test | Literary Hub

Friday Poem: ‘Courage’ by Amelia Earhart

  A poem by Amelia Earhart.           Courage is the price that Life exacts for granting peace. The soul that knows it not, knows no release From the little things: Knows not the livid loneliness of fear, Nor mountain heights where bitter joy can hear The sound of wings. How can … Continue reading Friday Poem: ‘Courage’ by Amelia Earhart

A Clerk of Oxford: ‘Unwinding the water’s chains’: Spring, Thaw, and Some Anglo-Saxon Poems

Excerpts from 'Unwinding the water's chains': Spring, Thaw, and Some Anglo-Saxon Poems by A Clerk of Oxford blogspot. I've also added a footnote with an observation on the similarities between the Anglo Saxon Metod, and the Ancient Egyptian god Shai             The diagram above is from BL Harley 3667, a … Continue reading A Clerk of Oxford: ‘Unwinding the water’s chains’: Spring, Thaw, and Some Anglo-Saxon Poems

Twenty Key Concepts from Psychotherapy | The Book of Life – Sublimation

This is from a really useful website that is one of my regular go-to sites. It covers so many areas, and quite often I won't be quite sure what it is I need to read that day, but after a little dabbling - boom - I'll read something that resonates at that particular moment. Today … Continue reading Twenty Key Concepts from Psychotherapy | The Book of Life – Sublimation

The Tale of Pharaoh Khufu and the Magician in Ancient Egyptian Literature

According to Ancient Egyptian literature, the Book of Thoth (see earlier post about this here ) was said to have the power such that anyone who found and read it would know how to enchant the earth and the sky, see the wind, how to hear the sun, know the secrets of the gods and … Continue reading The Tale of Pharaoh Khufu and the Magician in Ancient Egyptian Literature