Recon DVD and appeal

Chris Turner and his work are like breaths of fresh air. Please help in any way you can. And if you know any one with the skills Chris is looking for please pass the video link along (If they are not in his location they may know someone who is.) Thanks everyone.

 

Repcon 1: The DVDs

Note from Chris Turner:
Won’t be long now folks, the 2 disc REPCON 2016 6 HOUR presentation is with my DVD guy now so I’ll begin posting them out asap for those bought Repcon tickets upfront. For anyone else you can order via PAYPAL by sending the appropriate amount depending on your location to;

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I will be posting a video soon with updates.

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19th July: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

1984-tortureA brilliant, must-read piece from the late Angie Riedel:

There’s a part in the book 1984 that’s stuck in my mind and comes up and around regularly like brain cud. It’s something I can’t swallow, but I can’t spit it out either, so round and round it goes in the background.

It’s the part where O’Brien holds up four fingers and asks Winston how many fingers he’s holding up. Winston says four. O’Brien asks him how many fingers it would be if the Party says it is five. Winston says it would still be four. What else could it be?

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One Night in Newport

freemindsSoon after I moved to Pembrokeshire, in Wales I started the Free Minds Everywhere lectures in Newport, with first-class speakers:

Visionary artist, Angela George.

Former soldier, poet and mystic, Bagoll the Traveller.

Inventor, UFO and crop circle researcher, Win Keech.

Consciousness explorer and alternative historian, Graham Hancock.

I also spoke one evening on my interdimensional and contact experiences.

 

 

Graham Hancock’s talk, on the night of Saturday 5th March 2011, was the final one.

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James Bartley – REPCON 2016 excerpt

A four minute clip from James Bartley’s presentation at REPCON, on 29th May 2016.

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Tales from a vestry

Churches are closing and many are falling into ruin. I love visiting old church buildings. Everyone will miss them when they are gone.

I haven’t attended a communion  for years, but I will do again one day. I go on my own, or very occasionally with a friend or friends. What I feel more than anything else, in almost all of them, is the centuries of love and devotion that infuses the ancient stones…and a sadness too, in many.  Mostly it is feminine energy, probably because it has almost always been women who have tended them.

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Going fast: Don’t Mention the Reptilians DVDs

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Please click on the image to visit the website, or email Chris here:

 

Chris Turner shipped in copies of the first part of his documentary, ‘Don’t Mention the Reptilians’ for the Repcon conference on 29th May. He still has some available. Be quick if you want one.

 

They’re £11.99 + £1.50pp.

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Also, Chris filmed the entire conference, which will be available soon for streaming on-line and also in DVD format.

Cheers,

Ellis

31st May: Repcon and New Horizons

This is only brief (for those who don’t know and am wondering where I’ve got to, I’ve no internet connection now, except I’m wrestling with a dongle – made even more difficult by being between mountains and the sea).

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13th May

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Thomas the Rhymer, the famous thirteenth century Scottish mystic and poet, once met the Faery Queen by a hawthorn bush from which a cuckoo was calling. She led him into the Faery Underworld for a brief sojourn, but upon reemerging into the world of mortals he found he had been absent for seven years. Themes of people being waylaid by the faery folk to places where time passes differently are common in Celtic mythology, and the hawthorn was one of, if not the, most likely tree to be inhabited or protected by the Wee Folk. In Ireland most of the isolated trees, or so-called ‘lone bushes’, found in the landscape and said to be inhabited by faeries, were hawthorn trees. Such trees could not be cut down or damaged in any way without incurring the often fatal wrath of their supernatural guardians. The Faery Queen by her hawthorn can also be seen as a representation of an earlier pre-Christian archetype, reminding us of a Goddess-centred worship, practised by priestesses in sacred groves of hawthorn, planted in the round. The site of Westminster Abbey was once called Thorney Island after the sacred stand of thorn trees there.
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