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Interdimensional craft @ Gorebridge, Scotland

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A Scottish Abductee

Christiane Burns   Is part of the living tradition of Scottish folklore and close encounters. In her childhood she recalls … ‘There was a small figure against the skyline at dusk. Mother was taking us down to the village and when I told her there was someone there she said, ignore it, keep walking. The … Continue reading

Non-Humans of Scotland

the hive archetype in nature is an elite caste system operated by a noble elite rather like the social model in Plato’s Republic. In that system the workers or drones don’t get lots of the good stuff like royal jelly

The Holy Spirit with the early Celtic Saints

THE LIFE OF ST KENTIGERN from THE BOOK OF GLASGOW CATHEDRAL, GLASGOW, 1898,  Meanwhile, during Kentigern’s absence from Glasgow, the people of that neighbourhood relapsed into paganism, and, at the same time, it is to be gathered, the kingdom fell into confusion. Reading between the lines, it is evident that the strife of the period … Continue reading

The Merovingian Conspiracy ?

The Merovingian Conspiracy     Samson, a Nazarite, a mighty warrior of the tribe of Dan at the feast celebrating his marriage to a Philistine woman,  proposed a riddle to the Philistines: “Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness.” Judges 14:14     On the seventh day … Continue reading

Iron – the anti-faerie metal

IRON – the anti-faerie metal – Here is an example of an intrepid Fiddler using a small iron dirk to Earth an evil faerie like some interdimensional lightning conductor ….. Iron or steel, in the shape of needles, a key, a knife, a pair of tongs, an open pair of scissors, or in any other … Continue reading

The Fiddlers and the Faeries

From – The Fairy Mythology, Illustrative of the Romance and Superstition of Various Countries. by Thomas Keightley [1870] THE TWO FIDDLERS   NEARLY three hundred years ago, there dwelt in Strathspey two fiddlers, greatly renowned in their art. One Christmas they resolved to go try their fortune in Inverness. On arriving in that town they … Continue reading

CARROTS – SCOTLANDS MOST IMPORTANT FOOD ?

Carrots – Scotlands most important food   If someone were to ask you a question about naming the most important Scottish foods – one would rattle off; haggis, turnips (neeps) and tatties (potatoes), herring, and then if anyone knew about Scotlands hedgerows and wet agricultural lands – blackberries, apples and probably oats and barley – … Continue reading

The Freedom of Disinformation

The Freedom of Disinformation. Every now and then someone will ask a relevant question to the establishment about aliens and then the press pick up on it. The press track record for such realities is abysmal – having lampooned the Robert Taylor incident at Dechmont Wood in West Lothian as the result of being affected … Continue reading

Politically corrected song Flower of Scotland

Whitehall in London England today released a politically correct and Edited version of the popular Scottish Nationalist song The Flower of Scotland by Roy Williamson of the folk group the Corries from 1967.   It was suggested that it should be adopted north of the border in Scotland to help suppress separatist tendencies and to … Continue reading

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