Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Gallimaufry with Nut Brown Ale

John Barleycorn Reborn is a double CD compilation of dark folk music from the British Isles.

¶ Staying with the British theme: if you see this, you must be in Glastonbury.

¶ Now this is embodied Paganism.

¶ "Sexy witch" Halloween costumes (big this year) require striped stockings. Why is that? The "sluts and slashers" aspect of costuming bothers some Pagans.

¶ Another example of group disfunction?

¶ I missed DOR Day. Next year I won't. (I do wish bloggers would abandon white-on-black type. The only thing more eyestrain-inducing is purple-on-black.)

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Blogger Carol Maltby said...

Why stripey stockings?

Tsk tsk, you never took The Iconography of Otherworld Hosiery 101?

The Wicked Witch of the East in the film version of The Wizard of Oz, with only her ruby slippers and striped stockings visible from under Dorothy's house.

The Tenniel Alice in Through the Looking-Glass.

Amy Brown fairies.

7:32 PM  
Anonymous Chas S. Clifton said...

I grant you the wicked witch of the East. But Alice? What does she have to do with witches?

I had to google Amy Brown. Never heard of her before. She seems to be contemporary.

7:57 PM  

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