6th September 2019: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

In this edition:

3,6,9…..
Conspiracy Research (Part 1) – Considerations by Max Barker…..
World’s First Human-Monkey Hybrid Created In China…..
Body Language: Boris Johnson Brexit Extension…..
HUMANITY vs INSANITY #119 – Ongoing Persecution of David Noakes & Lyn Thyer…..
Facebook branded ‘poster child for mistrust’ after 419 million users’ records leak…..
The Richie Allen Radio Show – Thursday September 5th 2019…..
The Man-Wolves of Ossory…..
Fionn faces his greatest challenge, The Dark Man…..
Mystical legends of strange lands, Islands of the Otherworld…..
The Green Fairy Islands of Wales…..

 

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3rd August 2019: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

He Was Looking At I In A Funny Way…..

Space Wars, 9/11 Firefighters, Pfizer Patents – New World Next Week…..

An Economy Based on Plunder…..

The Splendiferous < đεŧ > Serpent Is Awakening…..

How to Spin Gold from Straw…..

The War on Freedom…..

Manchester Appeal & An Mute Mystery…..

Lyn Thyer Prisoner A0305EK on HUNGER STRIKE in SOLITARY 😡…..

Update On The Persecution Of David Noakes & Lyn Thyer …..

Lights Honey Street – Philippe Rousset 062019…..

The Green Fairy Islands of Wales…..

Interviewing ET…..

ET interviewed for Don’t Mention the Reptilians…..

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The Gwraig Annwn: The Otherworld Wife

An insightful and relevant short tale from Welsh tradition. Its sentiments reminiscent of the Cathars, or ‘the Albi’ -which is another name for the elusive race people know as elves and fairies.

Gwraig means ‘wife’. The plural is ‘gwragedd annwn’.

 

[An] enamoured farmer had heard of the lake maiden, who rowed up and down the lake in a golden boat, with a golden oar. Her hair was long and yellow, and her face was pale and melancholy. In his desire to see this wondrous beauty, the farmer went on New Year’s Eve to the edge of the lake, and in silence awaited the coming of the first hour of the new year. It came, and there in truth was the maiden in her golden boat, rowing softly to and fro.

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