All Hallows Eve 2019: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

Welcome to this edition of Howlin’ at the moon:

The Herd – From the Underworld…..

Honest Government Ad | The Melbourne Cup…..
Film Review: Witness of another world…..
To Kerry Cassidy from Captain Mark Richards’ Crime Partner, Crossan Hoover…..
Probe International (P.I. – π – 22/7): the mysteries keep coming…..
Angelic movies, dreams and demons…..
Church Services 3 Chilling Tales…..
Dark Places 2001…..
A most terrible night…..
Wings in the woods…..
The Invisible Friend…..
Into Un-being…I met a man…..
An Angel in our Midst…..

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News and Features

28th August 2018: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

Seventeen…..
Springtime in an English Village (1944)…..
US to Start Rejecting Palestinian ‘Right to Return’…..
A Political Puppet Show For a World Police State…..
Why Do So Many People Still Want to Believe in Bigfoot?…..
British Secret intelligence of WW2 (Full Documentary)…..
Operation Mincemeat WWII deception prior to invading Italy by Ian Fleming Full…..
The Secrets of Underground Britain – WARTIME SECRETS…..
Night wanderers: The armies of darkness…..
Midnight, and monks by candlelight…..
Dr T Palmer delivers an invitation to a sociologists conference…..
Honest European Union Ad | Internet Censorship Bill (Article 13)…..
Video shows 16 police officers restraining aboriginal man… causing his death…..
UFO Encounters, Saucers and Secrets…..
GCHQ and UFO Secrets…..
“Little Men” on a Mystery-Filled Mountain…..
Randall Carlson – Earth Changed 12,000 Years Ago…..
Graham Hancock & Randall Carlson ~ Full Show…..
Cracking the Code to Discover Ancient Tarot Symbolism and Forgotten Universal Knowledge…..

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Church Services: Three chilling tales. Part 3

St. Margaret’s church, Binsey, Oxfordshire

Midnight, and monks by candlelight

Although less than 2 miles from Oxford’s city centre St. Margaret’s is hidden behind trees and shrubbery at the end of a long and winding country lane. The church is a strange, isolated and moody little building sometimes welcoming and warm while at other times slightly sinister. It is lighted only by oil lamps and candles as it has no electricity supply.

St. Margaret’s was once the living for a priest called Nicholas Breakspear who became England’s only Pope, Adrian lV, in 1154.

The Treacle Well today. Still a place of healing and pilgrimage for women finding it difficult to conceive.

Binsey ‘Treacle Well’.

The church is also famous for its holy Jessie Willcox Smith's illustration of Alice surrounded by the characters of Wonderland (1923)well and its legendary connection to St. Frideswide, the patron saint of Oxford. This was the ‘Treacle Well’ of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

One day a friend contacted me to tell me how he was reading Andrew Collins’ book, Twenty-first Century Grail and in it Andrew had reported on a trip to St. Margaret’s, Binsey following psychic clues, whereupon he and his companions had found what they had been looking for – an engraved key. They had been told (by the spirit of Aleister Crowley, no less) to be there before midnight on St Frideswide’s feast day, the 19th October. While fossicking around, looking for the key, they were alarmed to witness 12 hooded figures moving in procession along the footpath through the churchyard. Chanting lowly in Latin they entered the church to presumably conduct a ceremony. Collins and co didn’t hang around to find out.

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Now you see it…Now you don’t: Addendum

Parts:  1   2   Addendum

“Salve Regina!”
“It is our Lady”
“Lo! it is Venus, and she sits upon many waters yonder.”

Cardinal Points:

In the newsletter, which I sent out (12th August 2008) to notify this new article to members, I wrote about
how other, obviously connected, significant workings are underway in this ancient city of Oxford at locations just outside the old city walls and at its cardinal points. (I’ve added more.)

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Now you see it…Now you don’t: The Oxford Henge

This is Part 2 of Now you see it…Now you don’t.

 

This is a re-formatted article that was on my former website. It was part of a larger article on Oxford published in August 2008.

 

Here glow the lamps,
And teaspoons clatter to the cosy hum
Of scientific circles…
‘Q’

Osenfort

Authorities recently sanctioned the public release (through the Oxford Mail, on Isis Day, 17th July, 2008) of the astonishing news that a huge henge, measuring at least 150 metres diameter, had been discovered less than half a mile to the north of Carfax, at the centre of Oxford. The  massive megalithic site, far bigger than Stonehenge, had been realised, they claim, when builders were preparing land behind houses in St Giles for the new ‘Kendrew Quadrangle’ development by St John’s College.

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