On 24th March 2019, I will be speaking again at the Probe International conference:
The title of my talk is: DIVINING DDRAIG: Adventures with a Welsh dragon
A richly illustrated presentation and brief of the dragon’s journey so far. An odyssey through otherworlds and this one; dramas, histories, mysteries and discoveries.
Sanctity, Sanctuary, Sacred sites, Portals, Ways, Sacred art…and a cast of characters that include, Ghosts, Demons, Gods & Goddesses, Saints, Cryptids, Elementals, Entities, Elves and Fae.
PHOENIX PROBE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
23rd & 24th March 2019
AN ASTOUNDING LINE UP OF SPEAKERS:
St Alban’s Rd, Lytham Saint Annes FY8 1XD
Pakistan ‘shoots down two Indian jets’ one day after airstrikes against jihadist militant camp…..
The Richie Allen Show – Tuesday February 26th 2019…..
The making of a legend, Gerald Celente, Saving America with Direct Democracy…..
What You’re Not Being Told About Venezuela…..
Roger Waters weighs in on Venezuela…..
‘Nothing to do with democracy’: Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters blasts Richard Branson’s Venezuela ‘Live Aid’ concert…..
Roger Waters – The Last Refugee…..
Birmingham pub bombing: Families demand the truth 44 years after blast killed 21…..
People’s Vote: Corbyn Signs His Own Death Warrant…..
People Missing in the Woods with Steph Young February 23, 2019…..
Kaikōura UFO mystery still flummoxing locals 40 years on…..
UFO witnessed by hundreds at 2014 PROBE International conference…..
Probe International Conference 2014…..
He Was Supposed to Be the Next Stephen King. Then the Aliens Came…..
The Lost Children Of Hamelin…..
6 llamas killed in attack near Louisville Zoo…..
Pakistan has shot down two Indian warplanes over the disputed territory of Kashmir, one day after New Delhi launched an airstrike against a jihadist militant camp in Pakistan, an armed forces spokesperson said today.
Pakistan ‘shoots down two Indian jets’ one day after airstrikes against jihadist militant camp
Richie Allen: Richie is joined by UKIP founder and LSE Professor Alan Sked. They discuss today’s news that not only is Theresa May prepared to delay the UK leaving the EU by temporarily suspending Article 50, she also said that MP’s can vote on ruling out a “no-deal” Brexit. Richie also has a report on the Ofcom investigation into his friend Tony Gosling, who hosts The Politics Show on BCfm in Bristol. UK Lawyers For Israel submitted a complaint that alleged that Tony’s (excellent) show was promoting conspiracy theories and hate. What nonsense. Plus much more in a packed show.
We are change:
Ok, it’s a few days back but it bears repetition:
Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters slammed an upcoming “Live Aid”-style concert to raise funds for humanitarian aid for Venezuela, calling the event a U.S.-backed effort to tarnish the socialist government in a video circulating on Tuesday.
Billionaire Richard Branson is backing the Friday show in the Colombian border city of Cucuta with a fundraising target of $100 million to provide food and medicine for Venezuelans suffering widespread shortages.
‘Nothing to do with democracy’: Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters blasts Richard Branson’s Venezuela ‘Live Aid’ concert
Those who lost loved ones in Birmingham’s 1974 pub bombings say they hope “the truth” will finally emerge as the inquests into the 21 who died resumed.
Paul Bridgewater, whose dad Paul Anthony Davies died, said yesterday: “We want the truth. It’s been too long.”
Birmingham pub bombing: Families demand the truth 44 years after blast killed 21
Throughout his leadership of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has disappointed some of his most ardent admirers by his refusal to hang tough. Yes, he has played many situations with canniness and subtlety, but too often he has been soft, appeased and conciliated where it is either unnecessary, or worse, entirely counter productive.
Too often he vows to “listen” to the problems of dissenting New Labour MPs, instead of asserting his authority. Too many times he has promised to “tackle antisemitism”, instead of bluntly telling everyone – “Labour is NOT antisemitic, this is a smear campaign”.
Corbyn should know by now that he can’t win by playing their game by their rules. You can’t appease people who do not want to be appeased. You can’t clean up a smear campaign, and trying just spreads the smears further.
However, none of his previous mistakes compare to the kamikaze of backing a people’s vote on Brexit, a huge mistake that undermines the Labour movement from multiple angles.
People’s Vote: Corbyn Signs His Own Death Warrant
Where Did the Road Go? Radio: Steph Young joins Seriah to talk about her book, People Missing in the Woods, and they discuss stories that range from Fae and UFO’s, to Invisible Portals and Barriers, to Strange Disappearances.
Forty years on from an unidentified flying object (UFO) sighting that put Kaikōura in the international spotlight, those who witnessed the strange occurrences are still confused by what they saw.
Three bright lights appeared in the Kaikōura sky in December 1978, bewildering those to witness it – including air traffic controllers John Cordy and Andy Herd.
It was even caught on camera by an Australian film crew who was in the area trying to capture footage of them.
Kaikōura UFO mystery still flummoxing locals 40 years on
Remind you of something?:
Medium: Reclusive writer Whitley Strieber reflects on his career — and ‘the visitors’ that interrupted it
Whitley Strieber was supposed to be the next Stephen King, a pop-horror writer whose golden pen produced books begging for big-screen adaptations. His first novel, the 1978 werewolf-realism procedural Wolfen, was turned into a movie by the filmmaker behind Woodstock. In 1983, his sex-vampire thriller The Hunger was adapted into a movie starring David Bowie, Catherine Deneuve, and Susan Sarandon. It was directed by Tony Scott, who subsequently made Top Gun. A year later, Strieber’s fifth novel — a faux-journalistic account of life following a minor apocalypse called War Day, which he co-wrote with his friend James Kunetka — was optioned for nearly half a million dollars before even being published.
Whitley Strieber was going places, and it was going to take something absolutely crazy for him to not get there.
He Was Supposed to Be the Next Stephen King. Then the Aliens Came.
The Daily Grail: Every June, the town of Hamelin in Germany celebrates the anniversary of a macabre event still familiar through children’s fairytales more than seven centuries later. But beyond the musical Rats and the colourful souvenirs and tourist attractions, the town of the Pied Piper is full of references to a real tragedy – one recorded on the walls of the so-called Rattenfängerhaus, or House of the Piper: “In the year of 1284, on the day of Saints John and Paul, the 26th of June, 130 children born in Hamelin were seduced by a piper, dressed in all kinds of colours, and lost at the calvary near the koppen.”
The town of Hamelin hasn’t forgotten this loss.
The Lost Children Of Hamelin
Wave3 News: Louisville Metro Animal Services officials are investigating after six llamas were killed and seven others were injured in an attack.
The attack happened in the 1500 block of Schuff Lane, located near the Louisville Zoo, on Monday.
The llamas belonged to Louisville Llama Farm, and the owners say the attack is the most gruesome attack they have ever seen. The animals were more than livestock, they were pets.
“They are really gentle and really smart, they are so easy to get attached to,” Dale Hill said.
6 llamas killed in attack near Louisville Zoo
Maybe more later…