29th August 2019: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

In today’s edition:

The Tornados: Telstar – New improved stereo remix…..
Native American Spirituality, Ancient Copper Scrolls, and Contact with Advanced Civilizations…..
Do Plants Have Something to Say? One scientist is definitely listening…..
Deep Fakes: The CIA’s Mission Accomplished…..
Stressing You Right Out…..
5G FREQUENCIES were tested in RUSSIA on humans & animals with disturbing results…..
Forget Great Depression, the Greatest Ever is Coming Says Gerald Celente…..
A Pilgrimage to Jerusalem (the song)…..
Gardening with the Devil…..
Fairy Folklore of the Cotswolds…..
Episode 1 – Who are the Good People?…..
Tales from the Fairy Farm…..
The Waterboys – The Stolen Child (1988)…..
The Cultural Impact Of The Contactee Movement…..
The Fairy Podcast Episode 1 – Show Pilot…..

 

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Happy Birthday mate.

The Tornados: Telstar – New improved stereo remix

 

David Lonebear Sanipass, Matthew Belair: Native American Spirituality, Ancient Copper Scrolls, and Contact with Advanced Civilisations:
Native American of the Mi’kmaq people Scientist and Star Teachings Archivist talks about prophecy, spirituality, and Star People

 

The New York Times: Monica Gagliano says that she has received Yoda-like advice from trees and shrubbery. She recalls being rocked like a baby by the spirit of a fern. She has ridden on the back of an invisible bear conjured by an osha root. She once accidentally bent space and time while playing the ocarina, an ancient wind instrument, in a redwood forest. “Oryngham,” she says, means “thank you” in plant language. These interactions have taken place in dreams, visions, songs and telekinetic interactions, sometimes with the help of shamans or ayahuasca.

“You are here to tell our stories,”

Do Plants Have Something to Say? One scientist is definitely listening.

 

The Corbett Report: Ex-CIA Director William Casey infamously observed that the agency will know its disinformation campaign is complete when everything the public believes is false. Well, rest easy, Bill! Now with deep fake technology the dream of everything being fake is finally here!
Deep Fakes: The CIA’s Mission Accomplished

 

Amazing Polly: Stressing You Right Out:

 

Rangitikei Environmental Health Watch: “The USSR experimented on humans and animals with similar 5G frequencies (NB: those to be used for 5G)  in 1977, 1972 and 1997.  A proper military experiment. The humans suffered metabolic problems, i.e, everything started to fall apart, blood problems, immune system dysfunction, severe medical and neurological problems. With animals, since they were able to dissect them, they found the bone marrow was suffering (which produces the immune system), respiration damaged, enzyme activity damaged, nuclear dna damaged, and the total exposure time was only 15 hours over 60 days. Roughly 15 minutes a day and the levels were not high. Not as high as you are going to get in a classroom.” – Dr Barrie Trower
5G FREQUENCIES were tested in RUSSIA on humans & animals with disturbing results

 

Gerald Celente, Kitco NEWS: Forget Great Depression, the Greatest Ever is Coming Says Gerald Celente:

 

William Parsons: The whole song, sung along the footpath from London to Sussex. From William Blake and Hubert Parry’s graves in London, to their houses on the Sussex coast where they wrote England’s unofficial National Anthem, 7 miles and 112 years apart. Culminating at the house in which Parry died of Spanish Influenza in 1918. Jerusalem, not many people know, was commissioned as a WW1 propaganda song, designed to encourage more people to join the army in WW1. We made this pilgrimage in Oct 2016, to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the song.

 

…and herein we have the source and tale of what many crop circle enthusiasts suspect to be a very early account of the supernatural creation of crop circles:

EsoterX: I most decidedly do not have a green thumb.  I can kill a cactus, only partially through neglect.  I try to keep a nice yard, but my house backs up to a forest preserve, and the deer eat all the good plants.  They’re not even afraid of my dog.  He’s a “ratter” par excellance, and has presented me with many a mouse, being part schnauzer and part toy poodle (a “schnoodle” if taxonomy is in order), but useless for anything bigger than he is.  The deer come right down to the back door and munch away on the savory leaves and flowers of all my non-weed flora, completely ignoring the furious barking.  This has been most disconcerting, and more than once I’ve have called on the Devil in vain to rid me of this Cervidaen pestilence.
Gardening with the Devil

“Strange Newes out of Hartfordshire and Kent: an Account of a Mowing-devil”

 

This year I decided to take a break from Scottish folklore and research an area completely new to me, the Cotswolds. I soon discovered there are plenty of supernatural tales of ghosts witches devils and black dogs, but the fairies seem to have covered their tiny little tracks well and left few tales of their adventures behind for us unfortunately! Katharine Briggs, in her Folklore of the Cotswolds (1974), reassures us that they were perhaps once more active
Fairy Folklore of the Cotswolds

In the twilight years of the 70s, on my way to a modelling shoot, I sat next to a lady on a train to London from Oxford. The lady was Katharine M. Briggs, and it was the best and most memorable of train journeys. We conversed like we’d known each other all of our lives – sharing our experiences with the supernatural mostly, from memory. She was delightful. – Ellis

Katharine Mary Briggs

 

Kitty, Encounters with the Good People: Episode 1 – Who are the Good People?:

 

Dan Baines, Irish Times: “Looking at fairies on my farm is the same as looking at traffic in Dublin. But they don’t come everyday.”

“I kind of expect it. When I was younger if I hadn’t seen them, you’d think there was something wrong. I’ve seen them on a good few occasions after that.”

Pat Noone (52) lives on a 60-acre farm in Galway, and says that 16 acres of it is a fairy field – complete with a fairy fort, a fairy tree and a tunnel running through it.

On his land also lies a megalithic cairn and a fairy stone, monuments that have attracted visitors as far away from Pakistan.
Tales from the Fairy Farm

 

Again?

The Waterboys, MetalGuruMessiah: The Stolen Child (1988):

 

Håkan Blomqvist´s blog: One of the failures of the scientifically oriented ufologists of the 1950s and 60s was neglecting to thoroughly investigate and document the first generation contactees and their experiences. By dismissing them all as charlatans and mystics lots of interesting empirical data was lost. But mainstream ufologists also neglected or didn´t recognize another important aspect of the contactee era. The core contactee movement as represented by a.o. George Adamski, Orfeo Angelucci, George Van Tassel, Daniel Fry and Howard Menger actually represented a unique and positive cultural impulse and a philosophy of hope for a whole generation of humanity. They advocated a philosophy in accordance with the Esoteric Tradition, the third intellectual force or pillar i cultural history alongside science and religion.
The Cultural Impact Of The Contactee Movement

 

Welcome to the pilot episode of The Fairy Podcast, a monthly journey into fae folklore and mysterious encounters from around the world.

In this show the hosts introduce themselves and reveal some extraordinary experiences that have resulted in their lifelong interests in fairy folklore and the paranormal. They also cover which topics to expect in future shows.
The Fairy Podcast Episode 1 – Show Pilot

 

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