Ted Hughes, the Crow and the Holy See
Ted Hughes, wife of the famous poet Sylvia Plath, believed that Christopher Marlowe was Shakespeare. He liked crows, the occult, and the mnemonic (memory aid) use of poetry as a magical tool.
He also states in a letter to Alan Bold that, “Crow is the bird of Bran, is the oldest and highest totem creature of Britain … England pretends to a lion – but that is a late fake import. England’s autochthonous Totem is the Crow. Whatever the colour of Englishman you scratch you come to some sort of crow.”
Hughes describes Crow as wandering around the universe in search of his female Creator.
What would Hughes say now, about the Catholic Church and the British Crown, implicated in a huge pedophile scandal of devouring Earth’s children?
Would he say something like this? Crow does not like the holy SEE illuminati EYE…
Eye of illuminati
Plucked out as Thoth’s
 Cambridge Book of English Verse 1939-1975. Alan Bold. (Mar 4, 1976) p. 234
 Crow: Ted Hughes Society Journal. Neil Roberts. (London: Faber & Faber, 1970) http://www.thetedhughessociety.org/crow.htm