8th & 9th December 2018: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

Christmas is coming and it’s time to roll out our true Christmas story again:

The Gifts of Friends, the Kindness of Strangers

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Another exciting release, that you can watch now:

Every Country in the world has myths and legends, every culture tells of monsters that lurk in the unseen. Stories of a large hairy creatures with man like features have existed in various parts of the world for many centuries. In fact, the only continent not to have stories of “wild men” is Antarctica. In the Himalayas, it’s the Yeti. In Canada, it’s the Sasquatch. And in the northwest United States, it’s Bigfoot. What many people don’t know is that Britain has it’s very own monster legends, known traditionally as the Wodewose or Wildman, it is described by believers as being between six and eight feet tall with a large forehead and pronounced brow, like a cave man’s, and a rounded, crested head like a gorilla’s. Britain’s most famous ‘monster’ is the Werewolf, known world wide as Wolfmen or Dogmen, this creature has it’s roots here in Britain and throughout Europe.
The most shocking fact about these ‘monsters’ is that today, in modern times, there are over 500 sightings of creatures fitting these descriptions. The sightings are still coming in week after week. Film maker Chris Turner spent 2 years travelling the across Great Britain, interviewing witnesses, wild camping in hotspots all in an attempt to uncover the truth about these Elusive British Cryptids!
ELUSIVE – BRITISH CRYPTIDS

 

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What The Psychic Saw…..

The Mongolian wild man’s last stand…..

Beast of Bucks is back after terrified driver reports spotting mystery feline…..

11 foods proven to lower glaucoma risk…..

Total Media Blackout! Paris Is Far Worse Than They Will Tell You!…..

Friday FARcast — The Beatles, Sinatra and Dickens with Pat Vinci…..

Remembering the beast of Bodalog – a Welsh water vampire?…..

Reincarnation In Review…..

 

Love you Dad.

 

 

 

When the US filmmaker Matthew Palmer’s mother was 28 and childless, she received an unsettling prediction from a psychic: she would have a son, and her husband would die when their son was 13, but it would be ‘okay’. Uninterested in having children and skeptical of psychics, she wrote it off for a time. But when she finally did have a son following a nearly fatal and life-altering case of pneumonia, the prediction creeped back into her mind. She then often used the story, half-jokingly, to warn her husband about his smoking habit.
What The Psychic Saw [with video]

 

One reason for taking cryptozoology seriously is the possibility that a significant species is going extinct before science has even established its existence. Thus, throughout the boreal forests of Russia, as far as Siberia, legends abound of primates apparently similar to the North American bigfoot. However, if the legends are correct, a wide tract of Central Asia also harbours isolated pockets of a different type of primate: slightly smaller, slightly more social, slightly more manlike (but only slightly). Such, for example, are the almasties of the Caucasus, and possibly the bar manu of Chitral. Peasants still claim to see them in Tajikistan. In Mongolia the term is almas (singular; it is not the plural of “alma”), and the leading researcher used to be Professor Yöngsiyebü-Biambyn Rinchen of Ulaan Baatar (1905 – 1977). The Mongolian alphabets are different to ours, so his surname has also been transliterated as “Rincen” and “Rinčen”, and his initial as “P” and “B”.

In any case, in 1964 Prof Rinchen wrote a paper for the Italian journal, Genus in which he claimed that almas were then restricted to an area of 1,000 square kilometres [380 square miles] in his country.
The Mongolian wild man’s last stand

 

The legendary Beast of Bucks is believed to have made another appearance – with a terrified driver calling 999 after spotting a mysterious creature in the dead of night.
Beast of Bucks is back after terrified driver reports spotting mystery feline

 

Glaucoma leads to incurable blindness. There are no early warning signs. Half of people with the disease don’t even know they have it. Changing your diet can cut your risk.

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world after cataracts. It’s a neurological disorder that leads to deterioration of the optic nerve which connects your eyes to your brain.  Eventually it leads to irreversible blindness.

It’s estimated that 60 million people in the world and three million in the U.S. have glaucoma.  But only half of those with the condition know they have it.  The cause is not known and there are no early warning signs or symptoms.

High risk groups include people over 60, those with a family history, diabetics, and people who are severely nearsighted. Having light colored eyes is another risk factor.  Blue or gray eyes are more likely to suffer damage compared to green or hazel.  The least risky eye color is brown.
11 foods proven to lower glaucoma risk

 

In this video, Luke takes to the streets of Paris France where there is a feeling in the air something BIG is about to happen. In fact, there seems to be a total media blackout, and the truth is that Paris is far worse than they will tell you!

 

On today’s FAR, I’m joined by Dickens scholar, Pat Vinci. Pat’s remarkable knowledge of Dickens, led to some astounding connections with Frank Sinatra. We look at the charts of Dickens and Sinatra as well as some interesting, correspondent energies and archetypes between the two.

 

More on the Beast of Rhayader:

To describe one of Britain’s most bizarre mystery beasts as a water vampire may not be as melodramatic as one would first suppose – especially after considering its unique characteristics. According to media reports, during September to December 1988 its home was seemingly a lengthy river, the River Wye, situated close to the town of Rhayader in mid-Wales, from which it apparently emerged at night to kill sheep on a nearby 2000-acre farm called Bodalog, owned by the Pugh family. Unlike those of foxes and dogs, however, its victims’ carcasses were not ripped or torn in any way. Instead, the only sign of their mystifying marauder’s attack was a small but deep, penetrating bite just below the neck, close to the sternum or breast-bone (and which duly earned it the memorable monicker of water vampire in some media accounts). No evidence of the creature feeding upon the carcasses was found either, thus making its predatory behaviour even more weird and difficult to understand.
Remembering the beast of Bodalog – a Welsh water vampire?

 

When one considers the subject of reincarnation, there are two distinct orientations.  First, an individual might be the physical and spiritual reincarnation of someone from a previous time period — expressing the same ‘soul’ yet each ‘incarnation’ acquiring individual life experiences and memories.  Secondly, when a transcendental communicator compares a contemporary person with a famous person who achieved some manner of renown during a past epoch, the basis may be to express similar symbolic or metaphorical characteristics of some sort.

Considering the first perspective, there are cases where there is photographic evidence suggesting ‘individual physical reincarnation’ as photographs of contemporary people closely resemble people who lived during previous eras; sometimes with noticeable parallels among events of the two lifetimes.  Correlating factors may include birthmarks; similarities relating to behavior, skills or aptitudes; some manner of family lineage relationship; or ‘announcing dreams.’
Reincarnation In Review

 

 

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