Sunday, 4 April 2010

Happy Easter

This blog has been dormant for some months. So today, Easter 2010, when we celebrate the cyclical triumph of life over death it will be reborn anew. Risen and renewed. First is the transcript for an interview published recently in the Italian magazine Ritual. For reasons of space only a small fragment of the interview was published, and then in Italian, so for the two or three of you who may be interested the interview is included here. There will also be longer pieces posted detailing my travels across the north of England looking at prehistoric rock art, visits to ancient woodland and tracking trips. Woohoo. The biggest THB news for early 2010 is the release of the Hunts & Wars album, by Cold Spring Records, scheduled for 19th April. More on this later. Thank You. Chris Walton. // . Recent reading:
The Lost Rivers Of London - Nicholas Barton
Caught By The River - a collection of words on water
The Worm Ouroboros - ER Eddison
Finding Your Way Without Map or Compass - Harold Gatty
The Natural Navigator - Tristan Gooley
The Best Of Woodsmoke - edt Richard Jamison
The Origins of the British - Stephen Oppenheimer
Prehistoric Rock Art in the North York Moors - Brown & Chappel
Prehistoric Rock Art in the Northern Dales - Brown & Brown
The Snow Leopard - Peter Mattiessen
Meditations On The Peak - Julius Evola

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