They live in your loft, breed like rabbits, go bump in the night, gnaw through wiring, strip fruit trees in your garden – and you can’t touch them because they’re a protected species.Meet the glis glis or edible dormouse, which is causing havoc in homes across 200 square miles of England.
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Once again Phenomena Magazine arrives, all fresh and feisty, in your inbox and once again it is packed full of articles, reviews and news from the genuinely strange world in which we live. In this edition we hear about a bewitched Celtic necklace, Pat Bussard and Ken O’Keefe look at the bizarre link between the paranormal and UFOs, and there’s a report from Hannah Barrick concerning the redoubtable Ghost Circle. Paul Williams discusses feral children, and there’s part two of an excellent three part article on Ufology from Peter Robbins, Paul Dale Roberts tells of the abundantly haunted Holbrook Hotel and finally we have another UFO themed item (a lot of UFOs in this issue) from John Ventre. Once again, we really do appreciate feedback from our readers, so please, please, feel free to get in touch and tell us about your thoughts and encounters at this email address. See you next month
An out-of-control fire that began in the Ranger uranium mine last week and spread into Kakadu National Park is threatening potentially thousands of ancient rock art sites, the Aboriginal corporation representing traditional owners says.
I was very fortunate to visit Kakadu in 1990 (I think). It throbs with the ebb and flow of the Dreamtime calling and the answers of those who can hear it. Look at the beings, painted millennia ago, with their tailored clothes and striking radiance. This is a tragedy for the Native Australians, and for all of humankind. Please, please, focus your psychic energy on stopping this devastation. – Ellis
A mathematical discovery by Perth (Australia) -based electrical engineer Dr David Evans may change everything about the climate debate, on the eve of the UN climate change conference in Paris next month.
A former climate modeller for the Government’s Australian Greenhouse Office, with six degrees in applied mathematics, Dr Evans has unpacked the architecture of the basic climate model which underpins all climate science.