Why does the Bayeux Tapestry depict a comet?

October 22, 2015



Why wouldn't our ancestors include the comet on this incredible 70 meter long tapestry? Everyone "in the know", knows that it was a cosmic omen of great tragedy. 


The background to the battle was the death of King Edward the Confessor in January 1066. As he had no children, there was a succession struggle between several claimants to his throne. Harold was crowned king shortly after Edward's death, but faced invasions by those wanting the crown. King Harold II met his death during the battle marking the Norman conquest of England. William the Conqueror was the first Norman King of England.


I love this quote from Sylvette Lemagnon:


"The Bayeux tapestry is one of the supreme achievements of the Norman Romanesque ... Its survival almost intact over nine centuries is little short of miraculous ... Its exceptional length, the harmony and freshness of its colors, its exquisite workmanship, and the genius of its guiding spirit combine to make it endlessly fascinating."


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It is challenging to see part of the Bayeux tapestry on a computer screen. You will find the comet though. You're in the know! You see more of life than most people. You are more alive on all planes of existence.


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