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…as is, Howlin’ at the moon – formerly ‘the Buzz’, on my Otherworld Journeys website.

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Ellis on The Friday FARcast with Robert Phoenix 7th August 2015

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Friday FARcast: Ellis C. Taylor On The Odd Case Of James Casbolt & Crop Circles

It’s my great pleasure to bring back my good friend, Ellis C. Taylor.  Ellis is a master numerologer who has crafted his own system of interpreting numbers and letters with “Numerosymbology.”  I’ve had personal readings with Ellis and he is unlike any other numerologist you’ll ever meet.  For Ellis, numbers and letters are multi-dimensional and his rendering of their interpretations in the individual’s life is like a portal into one’s own existence.

In addition to his counselling/numersymbology sessions, he’s also an explorer of other worlds, both as an experiencer and as a researcher, some of which can be found in his last book, “Dogged Days” which chronicles his journey into the high strange and alternate realities.
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30th August

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Tis wonderful how circumstances roll into each other. With the information that Hugh Simmonds body was discovered in woods near Chalfont St. Giles, and that village being the one time home of the poet John Milton one’s mind is drawn to the visionary romantic poet and artist, William Blake. Next I hear from my friend Neil Hague, a contemporary Blake, in many ways, with news of his latest artwork…and then I get a notice from WordPress of a new ‘like’ and ‘follow’ on my books’ blog, by the illustrator and writer G.E. Gallas who has only gone and produced a stunning graphic novel in a tribute to William Blake.

poetandtheflea230x37030 pages of a marvellous graphic novel by writer and illustrator G.E. Gallas. Enjoy:

The Poet and the Flea is a reimagining of the life of the poet-painter William Blake. Set in 1790, at the onset of The Industrial Revolution, William suffers from the death of his beloved younger brother, Robert. Catherine (Kate) Blake attempts to comfort her husband, but cannot dispel his grief. During this spell of anxiety, William is visited by an ominous creature: The Ghost of a Flea. The Flea reveals a vested interest in William’s spiritual well-being — the result of an unorthodox wager. Will William triumph over The Flea’s sinister meddling? Or will he fall victim to The Flea’s corruption?
The Poet and the Flea Ode to William Blake

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Pokin’ ’round Cliveden

First published on my website, Looking into the Dark Places, in September 2001.

You might also like to read, Pokin’ ’round Burnham Beeches

 

Front of ClivedenOwners of Cliveden have been a politician, diplomat, poet, playwright, amateur chemist, gambler, satanist, adulterer and a murderer… and that is just one of them, the 2nd Duke of Buckingham who first had a ‘house’ built here beginning in 1666 (Year of the Great Beast and the Great Fire of London). It has close connections to Scotland and monarchy, especially the Stewarts.
Cliveden is pronounced Cleaveden. Purportedly it is named from the chalk cliffs that hang over the River Thames (Thames means Time – Cronos – Satan -Old Father Thames) at that spot. Clive Rear of clivedenmeans cliff. Why don’t they pronounce it like it’s spelt, Clive-den?

If we look at the El-ite pronunciation we extract Cleave-den: Cleave = Cloven. Den – a lair, a hideaway, a place of crime.
Lair of the Cloven?

This is only a thought, but it seems appropriate to a number of the owners of this large, oppressive feeling, secluded manor.

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Pokin’ ’round Burnham Beeches

First published in my former website, Looking into the Dark Places, in 2001.
You might also like to read Pokin’ ’round Cliveden

 

Burnham Beeches West entranceIn 1880 the Corporation of London purchased 80 hectares of pollard woodland plus East Burnham Common. Since then more land has been added to the reserve now known as Burnham Beeches making it 220 hectares. It is an extraordinarily beautiful place with an almost tangible aura of mystery.

One morning early in August (2001) I visited Burnham Beeches for the first time. I had been intrigued by references to the ancient woodland in David Icke’s Biggest Secret and Children of the Matrix. I have always loved woodlands and it seemed a good idea to combine reconnaissance and pleasure together in one field trip, so to speak. Continue reading

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Maggie’s Hammer

How Investigating the mysterious death of my friend uncovered a netherworld of illegal arms deals, political slush funds, high level corruption and Britain’s thirty-year secret role as America’s hired gun

 

The author, Geoffrey Gilson, was interviewed on the Richie Allan Radio Show last night, 27th August 2015. See video below.

This certainly seems like a book to read.

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Dolphin Square scene in first Culture Club/Boy George Hit Video

I’ve just been sent this by a long-time subscriber (edited):

dolphinsquarebg 230x173Hey Ellis, vid of Culture Club, Boy George,’Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?’. in the video clip it flashes on the screen that it is a scene from Dolphin Square Health Club 1957?? At 1.56 in the clip. I found this very spooky especially what is being revealed about Dolphin Square being connected with the whole royal paedo thing. Do you really want to hurt me???? Thought this would be of interest. Love to you…J

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An Angel in our Midst

I first published this story on my website and then in the book I wrote on my experiences, Dogged Days. Reading it still brings a quivering heart and tears to my eyes, talking about it too. It’s sad but it is also rather wonderful.

 

An Angel in our Midst

 

tyfIn 1997 I was living in Perth, Western Australia, most of my family were too, but one of my brothers, his wife and 3 beautiful daughters – the youngest are twins – were living in England.

It was December, winter time in England, and kids were sniffing and sneezing with the latest version of the season’s ailments. Tyffany, just 9-years-old, and the eldest, complained of a sore throat, and feeling under the weather – a bit achy. She was taken to see the local doctor who gave her some antibiotics and urged a snug rest at home for a few days. As was expected she got a bit worse during the day. Her mum, dad and little sisters made sure that she was well looked after with whatever she needed, and made her as comfortable as possible. Later in the evening Tyffany went off to bed aiming to feel better in the morning. She loved going to school and playing with her many friends – she had missed them and wondered how they were getting on with the busy Christmas events and other things they were involved in.

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25th August

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Updated

After a few months off from programme making, this episode provides an update on up coming Richplanet activities. Starting with an announcement of a new Madeleine film which is currently in production. The reason these films are being produced is primarily to expose mainstream media to as many people as possible. On an entirely different note a meeting was held in Birmingham recently with members of the newly formed “Richplanet Energy Research Project”. Ten engineers discussed many aspects of alleged “free energy” technology. Richard is currently undertaking various investigations, some of which will be discussed in his up coming lecture at the UFO Truth Magazine Conference in Holmfirth on 19th September 2015. 900 sheep have recently “disappeared” in Lincolnshire! It’s all very Bob Lazar.


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