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From the region of the summer stars – The Black Book of Caermarthen

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From the region of the summer stars – The Black Book of Caermarthen

On this Blood moon Ostara / Ēostre / Easter weekend including today the birthday of visionary surrealist artist Leonora Carrington I present to you the next installment of ‘From the region of the summer stars’.
Intended as a radio broadcast of the type I used to love hearing but rarely do anymore. This is the second in a planned series of episodes exploring ancient texts, alchemical theories, and various curiosities from my collection.
Music composed and recorded by Matthew Shaw on Easter Sunday 2015. All poems from the Black Book of Caermarthen.
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