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  • #XewkijaEnergies The Xewkija Rotunda on Gozo is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. On 27 November 1678, Bishop Miguel Jerónimo de Molina raised Xewkija from a hamlet to the status of a village, and as the first parish of Gozo outside the town.
    The Church Plan
    The parishioners, traditionally renowned for their craftsmanship and their building abilities in Maltese Limestone, expressed their wish to construct a bigger church. The plans, designed by the Maltese architect Joseph Damato, were based on the Santa Maria della Salute in Venezia. The foundation stone of the Rotunda was laid on 4 May 1952 and it was officially consecrated on 17 June 1978. The Rotunda is the largest church in Gozo and one of Gozo's distinctive landmarks.
    The link with Prehistory
    The Atlanteans of the 3rd Era had a special mission to download Cosmic Consciousness/Life on Earth, and thus, they built the temples for this purpose. They made use of the powerful vortices at Mosta and at the Cittadella as the two main sockets to plug into the Cosmic Consciousness. The Cittadella on Gozo was the Minus Pole – the Yin Electrons - the Feminine Energy, and Mosta the Plus Pole – the Yang Photons - the Masculine Energy of the cosmic electromagnetic energy. Later the Yin Energies on Gozo moved from the Cittadella to the old temple site at Xewkija. Thus, the two main energy sockets, the Domes of Mosta and Xewkija, are now sustaining life on Earth.
    References regarding Fr. E. Magri S.J. and the old prehistoric temple.
    *1898: The discovery of the Hypogeum at Hal Saflieni and excavated by Fr. E. Magri S.J. in 1902.
    *1902: Fr. Emmanuel Magri published his Hrejjef Missirijietna - Folk Tales of our Forefathers.
    *1904: Fr. Magri starts the excavations at the Xewkija site, and he published his report in 1906.
    *1907: The death of Fr. E. Magri in Tunis (Magri’s aptitude for fieldwork in archaeology and folklore ensured that he left behind a significant legacy on relevant aspects of Gozitan culture).
    The Xewkija Temple Excavations
    There was a local tradition at Xewkija of an ancient pagan temple close to the old parish church, borne out by huge stones. These site were mentioned by G.F. Abela and Gann Piet Frangisk Agius de Soldanis (1745) as well as by Francis Ciantar (the actual tenant of the field), who had discovered a dressed stone 25 feet long, which he had broken up and used to build a wall. This tradition was confirmed in 1903, when Fr Magri discovered “the ground floor of the Phoenician Temple at Xeuchia” in a private property called “Ic-Cnus.” These remains are now buried under the new basilica; all that remains is some photos and earthenware at the Museum of Archaeology and Fr Magri’s Report on the excavations, ‘Ruins of a Megalithic Temple at Xeuchia’ (Shewkiyah) Gozo. (Source: Melita Historica. 9(1985)2(145-169).
    Another source
    A trilithon in the vicinity of the church is first recorded by Gann-Frangisk Abela in 1647. This was possibly the surviving entrance to a megalithic structure of the Temple Period…unfortunately, it was broken up early in the 18th century when the villagers began raising a new parish church to replace the old chapel. The tradition was proved correct in 1972, when the foundations of the present Sculpture Museum, were being laid when parts of a prehistoric structure were actually unearthed…Trial excavations carried out in 1904 by the archaeologist Father Manwel Magri in the fields east of the parish church confirmed that the area was inhabited since Neolithic times. (Xewkija Local Council from the book Xewkija - The First Village of Gozo by Joseph Bezzina).
    The Prehistoric Temple Site
    As we have seen, the area of the temple site found at Xewkija was much bigger than the map shown at the Museum. Prehistoric remains were found at gardens and on the borders of Triq Il-Helsien. So, the temple must have been quite big; an area that covers from Triq Arcipriet Ciantar up to Triq il-Helsien; and the temple was facing and orientated towards the South-East.
    It is not a coincidence that the three domed churches we find on these islands - the Mosta Dome, the churches at Mgarr in Malta and at Xewkija on Gozo, are actually built on prehistoric sites. For some reason, the architects chose to build the church in a circular shape similar to the structure of the temples as the dome round shape copied and amplified their vibrational energies and enhanced the vortex held in their core.
    As I already mentioned, Xewkija is holding the Minus Pole – the Yin Electrons - the Feminine Energy, and Mosta the Plus Pole – the Yang Photons - the Masculine Energy. These two magnetic vortices of Xewkija and Mosta are the two sockets that plug into the Cosmic Consciousness and sustain life on Earth.
    (If anyone wants to have the longer version of this blog in PDF format, contact me on 2ranfis@gmail.com so I can email it to you).
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  • [Audio] Barry Goldwater #UFO Radio Excerpt
    Audio Link:
    https://app.box.com/s/4o66hoh022mthrm4eaqj

    Back in 2013, I discovered within my archives another Barry Goldwater piece where he talks about UFOs. I have uploaded the audio at the time, and you can still listen to it here:
    https://app.box.com/s/4o66hoh022mthrm4eaqj
    My original report:
    http://www.ufoupdateslist.com/2013/aug/m15-001.shtml
    NICAP page of my report:
    http://www.nicap.org/audio/history/1994_goldwater.htm

    Background:
    Back in April 6 2008, I informed Grant Cameron that I obtained video interview with Barry Goldwater where he explained how he tried to gain access to Blue Room at Wright-Patterson through General Curtis LeMay. That piece was aired on October 1, 1994 on Larry King special titled “Live from Area 51”. I was able to get the complete DVD recording from an archivist in Ohio from where I extracted the excerpt. I exchanged various UFO related material with that archivist for many months via snail mail. After I sent that video to Grant, his webmaster Paul Robinson uploaded it to YouTube and it is available here ever since:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPFBg1NNUBU

    Since then it was viewed over 34k times.

    In 2013, I stumbled on another Barry Goldwater within my archives. After some research, I was able to determine that it was recorded by host Mike Murphy from KCMO who was interested in UFOs.
    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/UFO-Disclosure/conversations/topics/309

    When Barry Goldwater was scheduled to be his guest, Murphy couldn't miss the chance to ask about the Wright-Patterson story. Others also tried to get the audio but with no success. Check here:
    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/UFO-Disclosure/conversations/topics/3858

    Here is the transcript of that exchange:

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    MIKE MURPHY: Now, I don't know whether this is folklore, whether this is true, but I've been a flying saucer fan since I was a little kid. I use to know... I used to know Major Donald Keyhoe... his mother use to live next door to us. So back in the 40s he came out with Flying Saucers Are Real and all these books. So I am little kid and I've been with this all my life. And maybe this is folklore, but the story is you tried to find something out about the Roswell crash.

    BARRY GOLDWATER: Nooo!

    MIKE MURPHY: Is that true?

    BARRY GOLDWATER: I know that in... at Wright-Patterson field the Air Force had, and I have to assume that it's still there... had a room where I think they called the Blue Room or the Green Room in which was assembled all the information that the Air Force had put together on UFOs. So I called my friend Curt LeMay one day and I said: "What about this Curt? Can I see the stuff in there?" He curse me out in every four letter word...

    MIKE MURPHY: You remember what he said?

    BARRY GOLDWATER: I can't repeat it.

    MIKE MURPHY: [Laughing]

    BARRY GOLDWATER: He said: "Don't ever ask me that again and don't ever talk about it to anybody! I don't want to hear you ever mention it!" Now I... I can't say... I wont say here and say I believe in UFOs but I can tell you this. There is about 2 billion planets in this universe that we know about. How many are there universes out there? We don't know. Nobody can't tell me that this is the only planet of 2 billion... on which there are Living Things Like People.

    ________________________________________

    Mike Murphy unfortunately died in March 2011. Here are some articles and videos about his work.

    Some of rare archived audios from Murk Murphy show:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNktck8h3CA

    Video:
    1998 After Words Interview With Mike Murphy
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5dKvzmbhFA

    Article:
    Kansas City Radio Legend Mike Murphy Dies of Stroke
    https://app.box.com/s/pilp2tdijx70xy4lncbi6jph1c1tpv7n
    Article and Video:

    Kansas City broadcaster Mike Murphy dies
    https://www.kshb.com/news/local-news/kansas-city-broadcaster-mike-murphy-dies

    Videos:
    Kansas City Radio Legend Mike Murphy Dies
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Mg0D6O0oR0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fWz82lO2ic

    Best wishes
    #UFO #UAP #UFOs
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  • Not only are Giant beings mentioned in cultures and ancient civilizations around the world, their existence is a key part of folklore and history. Their presence and existence are confirmed in religious texts such as the Bible and many other ancient sacred texts.
    https://www.ancient-code.com/the-aztecs-and-the-giants/
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  • Watch live and join the chat room on Facebook or listen on the Late Night in the Midlands radio network!
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    Guests
    Barry Fitzgerald and Steve Mera

    Irish born Barry Fitzgerald has nearly 30 years experience within the world of the supernatural in which he is known and has taken him to new levels of intrigue and mystery.
    Appearing on all 56 episodes of Ghost Hunters International he headed a team on the American NBC owned SyFy network and explored a quandary of paranormal and supernatural phenomenon around the globe.
    He was recognized for his work in the paranormal world and received the award of paranormal TV personality of the year 2016 from PSW based in the Netherlands.
    His natural progression led to the writing and publishing of books on subjects within his field of research such as ‘The Complete Approach‘, ‘The Influence’, ‘My Home Is Haunted Now What?’, ‘In The Mist Of Gods’, ‘Banshee’, ‘Searching The Sídhe‘ and of course ‘Legend Seekers’.
    An exciting new trilogy of fiction began in 2015 which include the novellas The Council Of Three , The Malice of Darkness & Fracture released in March 2017.
    Being and avid photographer he opened a gallery exhibition displaying some of his collection in Lviv within the Ukraine in 2011. The collection displayed the beauty at night unseen by the naked eye and highlighted the nature of the supernatural world.
    Barry’s new line of research has taken him out of his comfort zone and into areas of Irish myth, legend and folklore leading him into the shadowy depths of the underworld not only in Ireland but around the globe uncovering shocking similarities between cultural stories. Discovering a line of knowledge hidden within Neolithic tombs has exposed a global network of doorways which could expose the true gods behind the veil, this has lead to him directing a new documentaries including The Serpents Mound, The Mysterious Bodies of Peru Pt1 and The Star that Fell which arrived in Autumn 2017 followed by the Dark Identity in 2018, a documentary that explored the angle cult and the true beings that hid behind the job title.

    Steve Mera, the UK’s most respected researcher in the realms of UFOlogy, Unexplained & Supernatural, with over 1000 hours of mainstream alternative TV Programmes, such as; Fright Nights, Origin Unknown, National Geographic’s ParaNatural, National Geographic, Wild X-Files, Ghost Cases - Canada,
    The Richard and Judy Show, Revealing Secrets, Psychic Live Time, Phenomena Project and many more...

    Steve Mera is the head tutor for British Investigators Training Courses in Anomalous Phenomena & UFOs, and the CEO of Phenomena Magazine, world’s largest free e-zine, distributed in 12 counties to over 1.8 millions subscribers - http://www.phenomenamagazine.co.uk

    He is an accomplished author of several books:
    A-Z of the Unknown
    Strange Happenings
    Paranormal Insight
    and Co-Author of The Rochdale Poltergeist:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=the+rochdale+poltergeist


    and Co-Author of The House of Fire and Whispers:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/House-Fire-Whispers-Investigating-Seattle/dp/1536989436/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1495366171&sr=1-1&keywords=the+house+of+fire+and+whispers

    Founder of the Scientific Establishment of Parapsychology (Est 1996). Chairman of MAPIT - Manchester's Association of Paranormal Investigation & Training (Est 1974):
    http://www.mapit.kk5.org

    Associative Member: Unifaculty of London Member: Office of Metaphysical Parapsychology, International Radio Host, Freelance Journalist, International Lecturer.

    Official Spokesman for Fox TV series 'Outcast':
    http://www.foxtv.co.uk/shows/fox/outcast

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    http://traviswaltonthemovie.com/

    Hammer Productions 'The Quiet Ones':
    http://www.hammerfilms.com/project/the-quiet-ones/

    The Other Land of the Gods documentary:
    http://lesavoirdesanciens.shop/en/

    Host: Phenomena Project:
    http://www.phenomenaproject.tv

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    www.onstellar.com

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  • Avian or bird aliens are fairly common thoughout the universea s well as in human folklore. Our birds of paradise are a direct decendant of some of those races.

    #aliens #ufos #extraterrestrials #birds #avian #anime #sciencefiction #ancientaliens #comicbooks #scifimovies #manga
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  • MAGIC FAIRY TREES
    ELDER trees offer protection to fairies from negative spirits. They may become offended by the misuse of the wood from the elder. Folklore advises to never lay a baby in an elder wood cradle or fairies spirit the baby away or pinch them so that they bruise.
    Elderberry wine is considered fairy wine. Drinking it is said to enable you to see fairies. Add dried elderberries to an incense mixture that you burn to attract fairies to a gathering.
    The word Elder is derived from an old Anglo-Saxon word ‘aeld’ meaning fire, an association given to the Elder because of its use. The soft pith of an Elder branch pushes out easily and the tubes formed were used as pipes for blowing up fires, later Elder bellows were made for same effect. From this came the folklore name Pipe-Tree - and the belief that the most resonant horns were made from Elder trees grown in areas away from human habitation and away from the sound of a cocks-crow. Popguns and whistles had long been made from the Elder.
    HAWTHORN is also known as Witches Tree. Along with the Oak and Ash, when growing naturally together these three will make a natural place where fairies can easily be seen. A grove comprised of those three trees is believed to be the perfect habitat for fairies, and an excellent place to catch sight of them. Pixie Pears is another name for hawthorn berries.
    Hawthorn was once used to decorate May poles. At one time hawthorns were believed to be Witches who had transformed themselves into trees. Witches have long danced and performed their rites beneath the thorn. Hawthorn has long been used to increase fertility. Because of this power it is incorporated into weddings, especially those performed in the spring. Call on the Goddess Áine or the Goddess Brigit while holding a hawthorn branch or wand of hawthorn to increase fertility. Fishermen should carry some hawthorn and call on the Gods Manannan and Lír if fishing at sea, or Nechtan if fishing inland.
    The leaves, curiously enough, are also used to enforce or maintain chastity or celibacy. The leaves are placed beneath the mattress or around the bedroom for this purpose. Worn or carried it promotes happiness in the troubled, depressed, or sad. Call on the Goddess Grian to bring some sunshine and happiness into your life.
    Hawthorn protects against lightning, and in the house in which it resides, no evil ghosts may enter. It is also powerful for protecting against damage to the house from storms. In the past most Witch's gardens contained at least one Hawthorn hedge.

    OAK is the king of the forest. Oak trees are safe havens and homes for many varieties of fairies. Oakmen are created when an oak stump sends up shoots. One should never take food offered by the Oakmen, as it is poisonous. enchanted garden - folklore fairyFairies cherish the Great Oak and use the acorns for decoration, celebrations and use the tops for hats. The leaves are used in the autumn celebrations. There are some families of fairies who live in the Great Oaks. Hundreds of faeries have been found to live in the oldest Oaks. There are fairies to be found in every Oak tree, the health of the surrounding environment plays a major role in determining the number of fairies that actually inhabit the Great Oak.
    Planting an acorn in the dark of the moon ensures that you shall receive money in the near future. Carrying an acorn increases fertility and strengthens sexual potency. Carrying a piece of Oak draws good luck.

    ASH has healing properties in fairy folklore. Ash is a sacred tree to the Druids. The ash was made into wands used for healing, general or solar magic. It was believed that children with crooked bodies, legs or arms should be passed through young ash trees. If the tree grew tall and straight, so also would the child.

    APPLE was regarded as the fruit of immortality in Celtic Mythology. The Welsh 'Avalon' means 'Apple Island'. The fruit or bark of apple trees can be used in fairy magic, especially for love spells. Cúchulainn followed the trail of a magical apple to gain his freedom in one story. Connla the son of Conn is fed an apple by a fairy lover which sustains him but also makes him fall hopelessly in love with her. One of the tasks of the children of Tuirenn is to retrieve the magical apples of the Hesperides.

    BLACKTHORN is used for creating magical wands. Magic wands made from blackthorn can be used for many purposes. When a blackthorn magic wand is carried, it confers protection from evil, can be used for wishes. Also good for divining rods.
    HOLLY is an excellent protective herb, Holly guards against lightning, poison and evil spirits. Planted around the home it protects it and its inhabitants from mischievous sorcerers. When thrown at wild animals, holly makes them lie down quietly and leave you alone, even if you don't hit them with the plant. Holly water (infused or distilled) is sprinkled on newborn babies to protect them. Holly is also carried to promote good luck, especially by men, since the Holly is a 'male' plant. It is also hung around the house for good luck.

    MAGIC FAIRY FLOWERS
    HEATHER lights the flame of fairy passions and may open the gates between the fairy world and our own. Make an offering of Heather on "Beltane" eve to attract good fae to your garden. It is the Midsummer Tree of the Summer Solstice.

    PANSIES may be used in fairy love potions. Folklore says that humans should never pick a pansy with dew on it. It is said to cause the death of a loved one, and if you pick one on a fine day you will invite it to storm.

    PEONY seed necklaces were used to protect children being kidnapped by fairies, although with the limited fairy contact today this practice is rarely used.
    Take a nap among the POPPIES to bring fairies into your dreams or wear a sprig of THYME to increase your ability to see the wee ones. Thyme may also be planted by the doors and windows of your house to invite the fairies to come inside.
    The sweet smell and soft petals of ROSE attract fairies to your garden. A popular love spell uses roses. Sprinkle rose petals under your feet and dance on them softly while asking the Faery for a blessing on your magic.
    Looking for trees or flower seeds to attract fairies??

    http://www.gardenfairy.com/fairygarden/fairylore.htm
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  • Being in Denmark i have visited the Troll Woods, it is a magical place. I intend to go there soon. Troll if you recall turn to stone in contact with the sun, thus i suppose i must hunt for evidence of them at night. Strange things happen at night if you are sensitive while out camping.
    http://www.academia.edu/Documents/in/Scandinavian_folklore
    Scandinavian folklore Research Papers - Academia.edu
    View Scandinavian folklore Research Papers on Academia.edu for free.
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  • Trees are one of humanity's most constant and most varied companions. From India's sacred banyan tree to the fragrant cedar of Lebanon, they offer us sanctuary and inspiration –not to mention the raw materials for everything from aspirin to maple syrup.

    In Around the World in 80 Trees, Jonathan Drori uses plant science to illuminate how trees play a role in every part of human life, from the romantic to the regrettable. Stops on the trip include the lime trees of Berlin's Unter den Linden boulevard, which intoxicate amorous Germans and hungry bees alike, the swankiest streets in nineteenth-century London, which were paved with Australian eucalyptus wood, and the redwood forests of California, where the secret to the trees' soaring heights can be found in the properties of the tiniest drops of water.

    Each of these strange and true tales – populated by self-mummifying monks, tree-climbing goats and ever-so-slightly radioactive nuts – is illustrated by Lucille Clerc, taking the reader on a journey that is as informative as it is beautiful.

    Review
    This is the best love letter to trees I have ever read. Had I written it myself, I would die happy'. Sir Tim Smit, Founder of The Eden Project

    `I have loved trees all my life. It's fascinating to learn how, across the world, they have inspired people in much the same way, and to understand the key role they play, not just in our lives, but life as a whole'. Dame Judi Dench

    `This is the perfect tree book, with beautiful illustrations. A must for any tree lover, professional or amateur, who wants to learn more about 80 inspirational trees from around the world'. Tony Kirkham, Head of the Arboretum at Kew

    `Full of new ideas and wonderful stories about the trees that helped shape us, I really loved this entertaining and erudite world journey'. Beccy Speight, Chief Executive, The Woodland Trust

    `Around the World in 80 Trees is a celebration of the vital importance of trees to our culture, environment, diet and spiritual well-being. The combination of factual, scientific and historical information makes for a fascinating read. It is a work of art and science with charming illustrations which will delight tree lovers everywhere'. Professor Nicola Spence, the UK Government's Chief Plant Health Officer

    `In this delightful and beautifully illustrated book Jonathan provides a collection of fascinating biographies of some of the world's most extraordinary trees. [...] This is a personal narrative; Jonathan's love for trees, and his sense of wonder at the diversity of the natural world, shines through on every page'. Richard Deverell, Director, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

    `Botanical science, culture and the history of exploration all come together in this journey around the world through many of the most important trees that influence the customs and economy of each country. I would have found it hard to make a better selection of trees that are influential and important to the culture of the many countries [in this] most engaging trip around the world'. Professor Sir Ghillean Prance FRS, VMH, Former Director, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

    `Nature writing at its best, skilfully weaving science with fascinating folklore and the sheer wonder of trees'. Professor Sir Charles Godfray CBE FRS

    From the Inside Flap
    Trees are one of humanity's most constant and most varied companions. From India's sacred banyan tree to the fragrant cedar of Lebanon, they offer us sanctuary and inspiration - not to mention the raw materials for everything from aspirin to maple syrup.

    In Around the World in 80 Trees, expert Jonathan Drori uses plant science to illuminate how trees play a role in every part of human life, from the romantic to the regrettable. Stops on the trip include the lime trees of Berlin's Unter den Linden boulevard, which intoxicate amorous Germans and hungry bees alike, the swankiest streets in nineteenth-century London, which were paved with Australian eucalyptus wood, and the redwood forests of California, where the secret to the trees' soaring heights can be found in the properties of the tiniest drops of water.

    Each of these strange and true tales - populated by self-mummifying monks, tree-climbing goats and ever-so-slightly radioactive nuts - is illustrated by Lucille Clerc, taking the reader on a journey that is as informative as it is beautiful.

    About the Author
    Jonathan Drori is a Trustee of The Eden Project, an Ambassador for the WWF and was for nine years a Trustee of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and The Woodland Trust. He is a Fellow of the Linnean Society and the Zoological Society of London, and a Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. He is a former Head of Commissioning for BBC Online and Executive Producer of more than fifty prime-time BBC TV series on science and technology. In 2006 he was awarded a CBE.
    Lucille Clerc is an illustrator and graphic designer who works with a diverse range of international clients, from cultural institutions to textile designers, musicians and architects.

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