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

Re-enchanting the Winter Solstice: an invitation – The Art of Enchantment by Sharon Blackie

"Turn on the radio or the TV, and we’re deluged by ads urging us to buy, buy, buy. Burn the planet, so that for one lunatic day of the year we can wear red hats and snowflake-embroidered sweaters and drink and eat more than is moral, frankly, and imagine everything is perfect and there’s nothing … Continue reading Re-enchanting the Winter Solstice: an invitation – The Art of Enchantment by Sharon Blackie