Dear Wen V

Dear Wen,

‘O Great Seer, pray turn a page and read to us from the Dread Book of Assassinations…’

Just a pity we will not be able to quote from it in the books!

The pigeon made you do it… mmm…
I cannot see that one holding much water in a court of law…

Yes… all that and a complete reinterpretation of the ‘Christian Panels’ to the Saxon High Cross at Bake-Well…

…And the Corpse Road… It makes one wonder if there is a link between ley and lych… but whether or not there is, it would seem logical that if a ley passes through a church it also passes through the Lych-gate…

Not to mention the St. Francis Window and the all the other Saxon Saints at Chesterfield…

…and Winnats Pass of course which we are not going to start calling Wennats Pass!

This is something of a shame because that would make it the Pass of the White Bear…

Did you ever see a Polar Bear in Derbyshire…? I did not think so…

I am not particularly convinced by ‘Give help’ either… especially as they miss it off the Lord’s utterance…

The gazelle may be linked to perception in some way… it is renowned for its ‘beautiful eyes’…

I did not immediately notice the dove at the bottom left of the Trinity Symbol Window…Nice!

Hi to Waddesdon’s Blackest…

Love
Don x


Don and Wen are protagonists in the Triad of Albion and Doomsday series of books by Stuart France and Sue Vincent.

2 thoughts on “Dear Wen V

  1. Aherm… excuse me… 😉

    As to wondering if there is a link between ley and lych, wonder no more… David Cowan, ley finder extraordinaire, is pretty convinced. I, less so, but “The paths of the dead were always straight, and many straight leys run through ancient burial sites. It seems as though the dead were transported along these straight trackways (or “doodwegen” – ‘dead ways’ in Dutch). Many cultures believe that the recent dead travel in straight lines.”

    Wegen… Winnats 😮 What was that you were saying about my pass?

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    1. …David Cowan? … mmm never heard of him… will have to take a gander…

      Doodwegen… the Dod-Men renowned for marking out the leys would also be ‘Dead-Men’ then…

      Wen…Art…Arthur..
      White-Bear…

      But of course we have seen a ploar bear in Derbyshire on at least a couple of occasions… apologies. 🙂
      May be another one to check out when you’re over…?

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