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The Green Skinned Children Who Appeared In An English Village

The Green Skinned Children Who Appeared In An English Village

By Mike Perry

While reaping the harvest in the village of Woolpit, England a strange discovery was made. Within a hole in the ground, used to trap wolves, were two children and both – a boy and a girl – were green in colour and spoke an unknown language. The strange story from the 12th century remains a mystery today. The children were […]

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The Saint Carried His Decapitated Head To Where This Cornish Church Was Built

The Saint Carried His Decapitated Head To Where This Cornish Church Was Built

By Mike Perry

I mentioned in my previous post Magic Of The Fowey Hall Walk how we did a detour to visit the quiet church at Lanteglos-by-Fowey in Cornwall. The photo above shows the path we took to the church. The patron of the church is St.Willow, though there is a bit of confusion over his name. He’s also sometimes called Wyllow or even Wylloc. […]

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The Truth About Easter and the Secret Worship of the Anunnaki

The Truth About Easter and the Secret Worship of the Anunnaki

By Humans Are Free

The following article is based on J. R. Terrier’s book “History of Easter – Hidden, Secret Origins and Mystery Religion“. Additions by Alexander Light, HumansAreFree.com Easter is an annual celebration observed throughout the Christian world. However, there are absolutely no verses in the Bible that authorize or endorse the keeping of this tradition. Further – the Bible does not mention anything […]

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Remembering Mickey

Remembering Mickey

By Mark Russell Bell

A Polaroid photo was taken of me with Mickey in 1980 at a birthday party at his Westlake Village home. On April 7, Internet news headlines reported that actor Mickey Rooney (Joe Yule Jr. 1920-2014) made his transition at the age of 93. I had known Mickey while working for his agent Ruth Webb from early 1980 through March 1987. […]

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A Modern Banshee: Multiple Ghost Sightings Precede a Brutal Murder

A Modern Banshee: Multiple Ghost Sightings Precede a Brutal Murder

By Occult View

In folklore the banshee is a female fairy spirit that wails to warn of an approaching death.  We all assume the banshee is simply folklore.  Yet maybe behind folklore there is truth just interpreted differently. Lara is a widow.  Her husband died around two years ago.  I was chatting with her when she told me about something that happened the previous night […]

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One for Aficionados of Precognitive Dreams

One for Aficionados of Precognitive Dreams

By Robert McLuhan

Lawrence Brennan got in touch last weekend to talk about a dream he thought might be precognitive. It’s happened to him a few times, as he describedinterestingly in Paranormalia a while back. The imagery in this particular dream seemed to suggest a runner in the Grand National, so he had a punt. Then a thought struck him about what the dream […]

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‘Gef’: A Modern Sphinx as an Esoteric Lesson about Oneness

‘Gef’: A Modern Sphinx as an Esoteric Lesson about Oneness

By Mark Russell Bell

Doarlish Cashen with Mr. Irving and daughter Voirrey outside their front door.  The house was located on an isolated farmstead on the Isle of Man. This sketch shows the Bell House during the ‘Bell Witch’ case of the 19th Century.  The location was a farm at the Red River in Tennessee.   In the 1936 book The Haunting of Cashen’s Gap: […]

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What’s it all about?

What’s it all about?

By Michael Prescott

F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” Whether or not this is true, lately I’ve found myself holding two opposing ideas in my mind, and I’m not sure there’s any good way to resolve them. Both […]

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My Childhood in an Apocalyptic Cult

My Childhood in an Apocalyptic Cult

By Narratively

By Flor Edwards Miss Edwards, do you have another shirt in your locker?” my second period Spanish teacher, Mrs. Buck, asked me on my first day of high school, making sure the whole class could clearly hear my dilemma. I looked down at my breasts, their little white mounds pushing up and slightly out of a shirt that was low-cut and […]

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An Incomplete Mystical Experience

An Incomplete Mystical Experience

By Robert McLuhan

I see that Barbara Ehrenreich, the author of Smile or Die (Bright-Sided in the US), will soon have new book out. If you don’t know Smile or Die, it’s about the tyranny of positive thinking, not daring to have bad thoughts about having cancer in case they finish you off. I didn’t read the book, but it’s something that needed to be said. Ehrenreich […]

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