8th January 2018: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

Before Their Beginning: New Unknown Hominids Found in Australia…..
Many Birds in and Four Eagles out: New Unknown Hominids Found in Australia…..
The Unknown Hominids: Breaking the Rules-Seven and a Half Reasons why…..
The mysterious living stones of Romania: They grow and move…..
Whale Protects Diver From Nearby Shark…..
The Beast Of Green Drive…..
The NHS is on its knees!….
Fascinating mysteries of the Sphinx from Bucegi Mountains …..
Fairy Census…..

Two years ago two extremely unusual skulls along with their complete skeletons were unearthed when leveling land on a farm. The exact location will remain a secret, all that needs to be known is that it is located in South East Australia in the wheat/sheep belt and was originally buried in dry sandy soil. There is no need to be an expert in archaeology or any science, both skulls looked so beyond the embrace of any ‘normal’ skull and once exposed the farmer did the right thing in reporting this to the relevant authorities.
Before Their Beginning: New Unknown Hominids Found in Australia

 

Whenever going onto a new site, seeking Old Way archaeology or just walking into a new area with potential, we are eternally vigilant in seeking out ‘bird sign.’ Approval to enter or investigate is always conditional upon birds or lizards making their presence known. For any sceptic who may feel such nonsense is unscientific, the only certainty we can offer in reply is that such people will never succeed in any form of Original archaeology at anything beyond the most superficial level. Approaching a sacred site is very much an exercise in humility, respect and an awareness that the Spirits are ever-present.
Many Birds in and Four Eagles out: New Unknown Hominids Found in Australia

These bird signs, bird presence and inter-communication, is just as necessary in the British Isles. Countless times I’ve had such experiences with birds.

 

Two years ago two extremely unusual skulls along with their complete skeletons were unearthed when leveling land on a farm. The exact location will remain a secret, all that needs to be known is that it is located in South East Australia in the wheat/sheep belt and was originally buried in dry sandy soil. There is no need to be an expert in archaeology or any science, both skulls looked so beyond the embrace of any ‘normal’ skull and once exposed the farmer did the right thing in reporting this to the relevant authorities.
Before Their Beginning: New Unknown Hominids Found in Australia

 

The rules and mandatory requirements when writing any scientific paper are very clear and may never be breached. First up, present it in a way that is distinctly ‘public ineligible,’ so that after two paragraphs only those fully conversant with the jargon, dry matter-of-fact approach and endless combinations of capital letters that stand for all manner of avenues, will persist. Most importantly, no brave conclusions or fascinating left of centre possibilities are to be aired. Everything has to be couched around reporting and either proposing options without preference or championing this evidence as confirming what is already assumed to be rock-solid facts. The mantra is ‘steady as she goes’ and wait until all the evidence is in, then fashion what is accumulated into something comfortable that doesn’t ‘rock the boat.’
The Unknown Hominids: Breaking the Rules-Seven and a Half Reasons why

 

Located in Romania, we find something that at first may seem impossible: Stones that are able to GROW and MOVE. Referred to as ‘trovants’, the curious stones have puzzled experts ever since their discovery. No one can say for sure how these stones grow, and how they are able to move.
The mysterious living stones of Romania: They grow and move

 

 

In May 2005 a beast as tall as a Labrador dog with big loping ears, a large mouth, light in colour which moved with a lolloping gait was mystifying residents of the heavily wooded Green Drive area in the Lancashire town of Lytham

Over twenty witnesses have reported seeing the animal which some describe as a “Hound from the Baskervilles,” an overgrown hare, a werewolf, one chap even likened it to Bigfoot, while another to the cartoon character Wile E. Coyote. Others simply believe it is a mangy fox, or a Muntjac Deer. The more sceptical folk in the area say there has been too much of the amber nectar flowing freely down some peoples necks.

Whatever it was, the residents were spooked and genuinely alarmed, more then once they looked over their shoulder on the nights they walked Green drive alone.
The Beast Of Green Drive

 

In May 2005, a synchronicity of strange proportions occurred. Four years earlier (and almost to the day) me and my ex-wife Dana, were hanging out at the Edenfield Hotel in Lytham St. Anne’s, England. Four years on, a strange creature was seen in the area – and on one occasion very nearly within literal spitting distance of the driveway of the hotel. Under the eye-catching headline of “The Beast of Lytham,” the following story appeared in the British national newspaper, the Daily Mail, on May 6, 2005:
beastLooking Back At The “Green Drive Beast”

 

 

The Bucegi Plateau is mostly known for one of the most impressive natural monuments in Romania, the Sphinx. The name was chosen because of its shape that resembles the human face, the shape resulting from erosion produced by wind over a long period of time.

However, scientific evidence is contradicted by some theories that claim that the monument is proof of a much more advanced civilization that would have created the Sphinx, or that it was built by the Dacians as a tribute to Zalmoxis, a deity present in their culture. Regardless which theory is true, the Sphinx indeed has certain peculiarities that differentiate it from any other rock formation of this type.
Fascinating mysteries of the Sphinx from Bucegi Mountains

 

What is the Fairy Census?
Some five hundred fairy experiences follow in these pages, and over 160,000 words about encounters with the impossible. These were , in the vast majority of cases, taken from the Fairy Census www.fairyist.com/survey/, an ongoing internet questionnaire about who sees fairies, when and why : the questionnaire has been reproduced in an appendix to the present book.
The present volume is being published in association with Simon Young and Ceri Houlbrook (ed), Magical Folk: British and Irish Fairies, 500 AD to the Present (Gibson Square 2017), a collection of fairylore essays by folklorists and historians.
Fairy census a free pdf on the Fairyist website

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