Palestine Is Still the Issue…..
Quest for the Invisibles: Invisible Entities…..
Prof Brian Cox on Nik Hayes and Quest for the Invisibles – BBC Radio Oxford May 2nd 2013…..
6 Ways To Detox Fluoride – A Known Neurotoxin – From Your Body…..
Cley Hill crop circle 18th July 2017…..
Millennia-Old Quarry Site for Stonehenge Stones Damaged and Looted…..
The Fairy Kiss…..
The Celtic Ogham: An Ancient Tree Alphabet that May Disappear Before Showing its Roots…..
Are All “Anomalous Apes” Paranormal?…..
Britain’s last tribe: Rare photos of remote Scottish island community wiped out by Victorian tourists…..
5 parallels between Game of Thrones and Welsh mythology
John Pilger first made the film ‘Palestine Is Still The Issue’ in 1977. It told how almost a million Palestinians had been forced off their land in 1948, and again in 1967. Twenty five years later, John Pilger returned to the West Bank of Jordan and Gaza, and to Israel, to ask why the Palestinians, whose right of return was affirmed by the United Nations more than half a century ago, are still caught in a terrible limbo – refugees in their own land, controlled by Israel in the longest military occupation in modern times.
“If we are to speak of the great injustice here, nothing has changed,” says Pilger at the start of the film, “What has changed is that the Palestinians have fought back. Stateless and humiliated for so long, they have risen up against Israel’s huge military regime, although they themselves have no army, no tanks, no American planes and gunships or missiles. Some have committed desperate acts of terror, like suicide bombing. But, for Palestinians, the overriding, routine terror, day after day, has been the ruthless control of almost every aspect of their lives, as if they live in an open prison. This film is about the Palestinians and a group of courageous Israelis united in the oldest human struggle, to be free.”
It’s not the words it’s the poor attempt to hide a smarmy know-it-all attitude by someone who hasn’t got a clue that the universe doesn’t end at today’s academic boundaries. – Ellis
Sodium fluoride is classified as a neurotoxin – in the same category as arsenic, lead, and mercury, but it’s still prevalent in the United States’ water supply. Here are six ways to detox the substance from your body.
For years, health experts have been debating about whether or not sodium fluoride is toxic to the human body.
Small amounts applied topically may prevent tooth decay, but there is little evidence suggesting that fluoride improves health when it is ingested.
In fact, according to the world’s oldest and most prestigious medical journal, The Lancet, the additive is actually a neurotoxin and is classified in the same category as arsenic, lead, and mercury.
6 Ways To Detox Fluoride – A Known Neurotoxin – From Your Body
BBC reports that archaeologists and conservationists have been extremely concerned lately and keep reminding visitors to the Preseli Hills located in Wales to leave ancient sites and monuments as they find them. Why? Reportedly, many ancient rocks at protected sites in Pembrokeshire are being constantly moved, damaged or stolen by visitors.
Millennia-Old Quarry Site for Stonehenge Stones Damaged and Looted
Are the Fae friend or foe? Well, that depends, as we see from this story from an Irish country house, of a visit from the Gentry to a grieving woman.
The Fairy Kiss
In secluded fields, on the walls of churches, and beneath construction sites, stones have been found with intricate markings that rise from the lower left up to the center and then down to the lower right. This is the ancient Celtic Tree Alphabet known as Ogham (pronounced owam). Archaeological linguists have managed to translate the symbols, yet no one knows for certain how or why this language came into existence. Efforts are being made to preserve the relics, however, the stones are weathering and crumbling at an alarming rate.
The Celtic Ogham: An Ancient Tree Alphabet that May Disappear Before Showing its Roots
My previous article, “Britain’s Bigfoot: A Big Beast and Big Problems,” provoked quite a few messages at my Facebook page. One of the questions that was brought up went broadly like this: “If you believe the British Bigfoot has supernatural origins [which I certainly do believe is the case], does that mean you think all ‘anomalous apes’ are paranormal?
Are All “Anomalous Apes” Paranormal?
The Gaelic-speaking people of St Kilda, 40 miles west of the Outer Hebrides, lived an undisturbed way of life until travellers arrived in droves to gawp at them – bringing unknown illnesses
Britain’s last tribe: Rare photos of remote Scottish island community wiped out by Victorian tourists
Since JRR Tolkien first introduced us to Middle-Earth in the 1930’s modern fantasy authors have mined Welsh mythology for inspiration.
Some of the most successful blockbusters and series of the last 20 years, including Harry Potter and Game of Thrones, are all seriously indebted to Wales’ legends.
Unfortunately, this mythology hasn’t always been appreciated by the Welsh themselves, who made a conscious decision to turn their backs on it because of the way they were portrayed in the 18th and 19th century as a magical, unserious people.
5 parallels between Game of Thrones and Welsh mythology
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Some really interesting stuff on here Ellis. Thank you. Hope you are keeping well.
Thanks Di, glad you like it. Sorry this is late my email’s down. I’m good ta, Hope it’s same for you too.