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Ancient Footprints in English Clay

| February 17, 2011

Ancient Footprints in English Clay

We all leave our footprints on this earth, some are like prints on the seashore: washed away by the first wave, seeming never to have been. There are however footprints printed in a firm clay surface that last through the ages. Longlasting footprints she has indeed, this lady. Her little feet set their first steps […]

Did Anne Boleyn Change History?

| February 17, 2011

Did Anne Boleyn Change History?

Anne Boleyn has fascinated the masses for close to five hundred years. In her short life, she captured the heart of a king, helped to bring about great religious reform, and died an innocent woman, the victim of the charms that gave her the key to the crown in the first place. Even today she […]

And if any person will meddle…

| February 17, 2011

And if any person will meddle…

“And if any person will meddle of my cause, I require them to judge the best” – Anne Boleyn Through the time Anne has been mentioned by people, kings, queens, historians, kids and movies. What this entire people have in common? The doubt. Anne absolutely is a source of questions that maybe will never be […]

Anne Boleyn’s Impact on History

| February 17, 2011

Anne Boleyn’s Impact on History

“No English queen has had more impact on the history of the nation than Anne Boleyn” (Joanna Denny’s “Anne Boleyn: A New Life of England’s Tragic Queen”) There are many figures in our great world that have made a significant impact on the course of History. From the United States stand point, for example, our […]

Anne Boleyn – Rockin’ the Renaissance

| February 17, 2011

Anne Boleyn – Rockin’ the Renaissance

Forget about Anne Boleyn’s influence during her own time, gracing Henry’s court with French sophistication. Her fashion sense, the French hood and her long, pointed sleeves, set the trend for other ladies to follow. Everything she did, introducing dances from France and designing changes in her clothes, became ‘the thing’ for any woman who wanted […]

Anne Boleyn’s Letter to Cromwell – A Show of Support for Reform

| October 8, 2010

Anne Boleyn’s Letter to Cromwell – A Show of Support for Reform

Thank you to Olivia Peyton for alerting me to this letter from Queen Anne Boleyn to Thomas Cromwell, regarding Richard Herman, a man who had been imprisoned by Cardinal Wolsey for heresy. The letter is included in “Original Letters Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal Letters and One or Two other Collections Volume II” […]

Holbein’s The Ambassadors: A Renaissance Puzzle – Part Three: Jupiter and Change

| September 9, 2010

Holbein’s The Ambassadors: A Renaissance Puzzle – Part Three: Jupiter and Change

As a result of my previous two articles on Hans Holbein the Younger’s “The Ambassadors”, my good friend Robert Parry, author of the wonderful “Virgin and the Crab” and a bit of expert on astrology, has kindly looked at the astrological line-up for Good Friday 1533, the 11th April (Old Style), the date which is […]

Anne Boleyn, Sex and the Church of England

| July 30, 2010

Anne Boleyn, Sex and the Church of England

Yes, you read the title correctly! Did you realise that Anne Boleyn “used her sexual stranglehold over Henry VIII to pursue the idea of religious reform” and “deployed her sexual power to become a ‘conspirator for Christ’ “? – aaaggghh, bump, bump – me banging my head on my desk and the stone wall behind […]