20th March 2019: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

A Dragon’s view: Equinox…..

An Equinox Sunrise: Here be Dragons…..

Steve Harley One Show Documentary Make Me Smile Come Up And See Me…..

Ole Dammegard | Title Withheld to Mitigate Censorship…..

Christchurch Mosque Massacre EXPOSED, Vinny Eastwood, The Big Puzzle With Barry Prince…..

New Zealand attack: Facebook says it has removed 1.5 million videos of Christchurch massacre…..

Geopolitics Is a Very DIRTY BUSINESS …..

Bases 96 Sophia Stewart Author of The Matrix…..

Filer’s Files 12 – 2019 Alien UFO Bases…..

ET Hybrids / Ultraterrestrials / Abductions & Hybrids – UK Coast to Coast am…..

Neolithic Britons travelled across country for regular mass national feasts 4,500 years ago, new research claims…..

Small Faces – Tin Soldier (good quality)…..

Annwn: The British Underworld…..

Memories of Gwyn’s hunt in Culhwch and Olwen…..

Digilander’s Paul McCartney Comparison…..

The Fen Werewolf, a Black Shuck and Red Eyes in the dark……

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8th & 9th December 2018: Howlin’ at the moon. News & Features…ellisctaylor.com

Christmas is coming and it’s time to roll out our true Christmas story again:

The Gifts of Friends, the Kindness of Strangers

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Another exciting release, that you can watch now:

Every Country in the world has myths and legends, every culture tells of monsters that lurk in the unseen. Stories of a large hairy creatures with man like features have existed in various parts of the world for many centuries. In fact, the only continent not to have stories of “wild men” is Antarctica. In the Himalayas, it’s the Yeti. In Canada, it’s the Sasquatch. And in the northwest United States, it’s Bigfoot. What many people don’t know is that Britain has it’s very own monster legends, known traditionally as the Wodewose or Wildman, it is described by believers as being between six and eight feet tall with a large forehead and pronounced brow, like a cave man’s, and a rounded, crested head like a gorilla’s. Britain’s most famous ‘monster’ is the Werewolf, known world wide as Wolfmen or Dogmen, this creature has it’s roots here in Britain and throughout Europe.
The most shocking fact about these ‘monsters’ is that today, in modern times, there are over 500 sightings of creatures fitting these descriptions. The sightings are still coming in week after week. Film maker Chris Turner spent 2 years travelling the across Great Britain, interviewing witnesses, wild camping in hotspots all in an attempt to uncover the truth about these Elusive British Cryptids!
ELUSIVE – BRITISH CRYPTIDS

 

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What The Psychic Saw…..

The Mongolian wild man’s last stand…..

Beast of Bucks is back after terrified driver reports spotting mystery feline…..

11 foods proven to lower glaucoma risk…..

Total Media Blackout! Paris Is Far Worse Than They Will Tell You!…..

Friday FARcast — The Beatles, Sinatra and Dickens with Pat Vinci…..

Remembering the beast of Bodalog – a Welsh water vampire?…..

Reincarnation In Review…..

 

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Who Was Victor Hugo?

by Floria Thames

 

floriathames_300x383Floria Thames is a writer and artist… only occasionally, otherwise too busy with merciless day jobs.

 

Actually Floria is much more than this, but it’s how she modestly describes herself. Some of us like to call ourselves writers, and some of us are. I’m more of a scribbler myself, but Floria, she’s the real deal. She’s a class act, generous, compassionate, extremely intelligent, very well read, (a) sensitive, insightful and articulate (in several languages). She’s a very good artist as well…in fact, from what I’ve seen, Floria has swags of talents to share and brighten this world, and deserves every opportunity to do so.

I’ve known Floria for many years now. Throughout she has been my muse, my confidante and my inspiration, but we have never met personally. I am privileged to call her a very dear friend.

I am thrilled to bits that Floria Thames has agreed to write an article for this blog and hope with all my heart that this opens a door for her to show the world what she has to offer it. – Ellis

 

Victor Hugo by Étienne Carjat 1876Probably Jean Cocteau defined him best: “Victor Hugo was a madman who thought he was Victor Hugo“. We all know that famous list from the “Dossiers Secrets”, published by Lincoln, Baigent and Leigh, back in 1982. But, to avoid getting biased by the “da Vinci codes” industry, let’s go further back, to the 1959 Classiques Garnier edition of “Notre Dame de Paris” and, there, in the preface, we’re told that Victor Hugo had spent four days with Charles Nodier in Reims, in 1825. And that these four days of tête-à-tête proved to be of great importance in the prehistory of the novel (Raymond Escholier said this, cited by J-B Barrere). Charles Nodier was (allegedly, of course) the Grand Master of the Priory of Sion until 1844, when Victor Marie Hugo will take over the helm, followed in 1885 (after his death) by Claude Debussy, only for the list to (“officially”) close with Jean Cocteau in 1963. Continue reading