Margaret H. Bonham, Author

"...oth de nipende, niht ofer ealle,
sceaduhelm gesceapu scridan cwoman
wan under wolcum..."
-- Beowulf, verses 649-651

Loose Translation:

...until that darkness, night over all,
the creature came cloaked
under the shadow of darkness
under the cloud murk...
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Why Shadowhelm.net?

You may notice the reference to Beowulf.  The word shadowhelm (or in Anglo Saxon, sceaduhelm), means "cover of darkness," literally, Shadow Helm.  The word has special meaning in the Prophesy of Swords.
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