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1. Prophecies of Mother Shipton
2. UFO Truth magazine article

Prophecies of Mother Shipton

Mother Shipton reputedly was born Ursula Sontheil in 1488 in Norfolk, England, and died in 1561. She exhibited prophetic and psychic abilities from an early age. At 24 married to Toby Shipton, she eventually became known as Mother Shipton. Many of her visions came true within her own lifetime and in subsequent centuries. These rare verses from Mother Shipton seem to have prophetic indications for our times, but, of course, are open to interpretation.

A carriage without horse will go,
disaster fill the world with woe.
In London, Primrose Hill shall be
in center hold a bishops sea.

Around the world men's thoughts will fly,
quick as the twinkling of an eye.
And water shall great wonders do,
How strange, and yet it shall come true.

Through towering hills proud men shall ride,
no horse or ass move by his side.
Beneath the water, men shall walk,
shall ride, shall sleep, shall even talk.
And in the air men shall be seen,
In white and black and even green.
A great man, shall come and go
for prophecy declares it so.

In water, iron then shall float
as easy as a wooden boat.
Gold shall be seen in stream and stone,
In land that is yet unknown.
And England shall admit a Jew,
Do you think this strange, but it is true.
The Jew that once was led in scorn,
shall of a christian then be born.



UFO Truth magazine Article - Jan/Feb 2014


Down To Earth

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By Carl Nally and Dermot Butler

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In previous articles for UFO Truth magazine, we focused upon UFO encounters involving pilots, both commercial and military. For this issue,
we have decided to bring matters back down to earth, as it were, by detailing some interesting cases from our files that involve the startling otherworldly experiences of perplexed witnesses on the ground. Just inside the northern county boundary of Wexford lies the small rural community of Castletown, which is nestled less than a mile inland from the popular beach at Clones Strand. Living and working in the area all his life, Tommy Flanagan was accustomed to observing aircraft, meteor showers and satellites traversing the region`s dark skies, which remain relatively free of the light pollution that blankets the nearby towns of Gorey and Arklow. Back in 1980, Something strange happened to Flanagan, something which still troubles him more then 3 decades later.




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