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27th September 2018: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

 

BIG CATS of BRITAIN

 

The Royal Albert Hall – Ian Gillan (the best performance) in Concerto for Group and Orchestra 69…..

Investigating the Invisible Color that Ancient People Couldn’t See…..

Lydon vs. Allmans…..

“HILLARY STORIES” — A Bad Lip Reading of Hillary Clinton…..

Tall Smelly Humanoid Encountered in Scotland…..

Captain Mark Richards – Kerry Cassidy Update September 23rd 2018 & Channeling Documentary…..

Yet another costly UK intelligence agency…..

Australian university fires climate-change dissenter: dissent is not collegial…..

What everyone ought to know about global warming and climate change: an unbiased review…..

Cholesterol is good for you…..

Who guards the guardians? Who guards science?…..

Experts review of 107 scientific studies: cholesterol does not cause heart disease – statin drugs are useless……

Do you have short-term memory loss? Some lifestyle habits that may be causing forgetfulness…..

Days ~ the Kinks (Ray Davies, 1968)…..

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6th November 2017: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

I’ve been away for a couple of weeks and the Internet connection where I stayed developed a fault which will entail Telecom groundworks. Through the help of others I managed to get one or two posts out but little else. For those who don’t know, my time and prime focus now is on the Dragon current that I’m tracing and assisting to heal so posts on here will inevitably be sporadic anyway. Please be patient if responses to your messages take a while. – Ellis

 

The Invisibles…..
Andrew McGrath Beasts of Britain Cryptids in the British Isles 1/2…..
The Price Of UFO Contact Tony Topping On Off Planet Radio USA…..
2017 world series mystery – is time travel involved?…..
10 signs a demon is haunting your house…..
Strange Cases of Mysterious Unidentified Body Parts from Nowhere…..
The Saga of Ireland’s Ghostly Animal-Man…..

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29th January

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Here’s one reason (among a raft of them) why the cloistered Oxford boffin has his sums wrong:

Such is the nature of the 100 year rule, details of events that happened when our grandparents were in their 20s will only be fully known when our grandchildren are in their 20s.
Historic files still closed under the 100 year rule

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