News and Features

28th June 2017: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

The Commercialization of Bigfoot: Culture, Consumerism, and Cryptozoology…..
Chris Turner’s Bigfoot Channel Trailer…..
Project Sunshine: A Tale of Body-Snatching…..
The Itinerant Monster…..
Old, Creepy and Dressed in Black…..
‘1984’ is Making Audiences Faint, Vomit and Attack Each Other…..
When Stand-Up Comedians Speak More Truth Than Politicians…..
They Live Sunglasses…..
TIME magazine’s 25 most influential people on the internet…..

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DRAGONS, ORBS & SHADOWS…and a little OUT OF TIME & PLACE

doggeddays200x302Lost and found objects and Missing Time, Ley Lines, Entity interference,  and more

A pdf of Chapter 1 and part of Chapter 2 of Dogged Days by Ellis Taylor

Sub chapters:
A missing two hours
On the road again
Arrival
A most terrible night

 

Please click here to download a PDF of the current Chapter 1 and part of Chapter 2  – 20 pages:

DOGGED DAYS chapters 1 and partial 2

 

More info: https://ellistaylorbooks.com/books-2/dogged-days/

20th February

News & Features

 

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Chris Turner and Daniel Rogerson, the producers of the top-notch revelatory documentary, Don’t Mention the Reptilians, have announced their conference, Repcon, and they’ve kindly asked me to speak at it.

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In These Signs Conquer

In These Signs Conquer by Ellis TaylorFirst published in 2006 by Hidden Mysteries in the U.S.A., In These Signs Conquer was my second book. After a little editing, re-formatting, and another cover by Neil Hague, I published it myself in the U.K. in 2006. ‘Signs’ received great reviews and many compliments from researchers, truth-seekers, and other authors.

Published 8 years before David Icke’s 2014 ‘Perception Deception’, ‘Signs’ exposed the Saturnian stranglehold on humanity, and the controllers’ infatuation and worship of that other sun,  which was the mainstay of his thesis in that book. Though David read ‘Signs’, as far as I am aware he never mentioned it until his last book (in a brief nod to Oxford’s Capricornian overlay); and though I haven’t read The Perception Deception I’m sure that In These Signs Conquer ventures into areas that David did not cover; making it a great companion reference for those interested in this very important subject. ‘Signs’, when it came out, was certainly out there at the time it was released, but these days I’m quite sure that many more people today are equipped to comprehend its content and be inspired to explore further its propositions.

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