A few months ago, something strange happened to my website www.adrianellis.co.uk. As far as I can tell, control of it was transferred from my hosting provider to a U.S. cyber-defence company. When I ran a traceroute unix command, it showed that the I.P. address associated with my site now belongs to them. I asked a unix administrator friend of mine to double-check and he agreed with my analysis. Suffice it to say, this is odd. When I requested a transfer of the domain adrianellis.co.uk to a new provider, I was told on the existing web provider's control panel that my domain name didn't exist! As a result of these weird events, I've switched to a new web provider and new domain names www.adrianellis.net and www.adrianellis.org. I've asked my previous web provider to explain what's going on with adrianellis.co.uk but I've received no reply.
It's all very strange. The transfer seemed to occur a month after my most recent anomalies article, which was about predictions of our future. The article included a description of a dream I had, in which a massive volcanic eruption occurs in the Cascade mountain range in the United States in June 2019, a scenario broadly in line with a military remote viewing report described in Jim Marrs' book 'Psi Spies'. Although I'm only regarding that dream as a thought-provoking experience at the moment, perhaps it's touched a nerve? If that's true, then maybe it's more than just a strange dream. Beyond that, I've no idea.
I'll keep trying to get www.adrianellis.co.uk redirected to this site. If I do, I'll let everyone know on this page.
Best Regards, Adrian Ellis
28th April 2018
As you can see from the list of topics, I do delve into controversial areas but all the theories are based on solid evidence, scientific principles and sound logic. I haven’t deliberately made them odd, it’s just a natural side-effect of trying to think afresh about a subject and accept the experimental evidence. As a very logically-minded person once said:
One million years ago, in the Western Spiral Arm of the Milky Way, there was a beautiful solar system consisting of a golden sun, circled by ten majestic planets. On the system’s third planet lived a race called the Floo. They were highly advanced and had reached the stage in their development where they no longer cared about technology. Instead, they spent their days thinking deeply about about life, the universe and the very nature of existence.
After a century of thought, the Floo came to a sobering conclusion; life was fundamentally about suffering. To exist was to feel pain, cold, hurt, loneliness, heartache and misery. As the Floo were a compassionate and caring species, they were very upset at this state of affairs. They wanted to end that suffering and help all creatures enduring such torment. Eventually, after much discussion and analysis, they decided what they needed to do; kill everyone.
The Floo went over their reasoning many times, but they could see no flaw in their logic. If they truly cared about the endless suffering of all other living creatures, they should do their best to limit that suffering as much as possible, by ending all life in the universe. They therefore built ten-thousand highly-advanced, near-invulnerable machines known as the Amber Robots of Loving Death, all equipped to travel rapidly through the galaxy, annihilating all life as they went, while doing it in as caring and painless a way as possible. The Floo did accept that some living creatures might not actually want to be killed by homicidal mechanoids, and so they programmed their robots to only kill unhappy people. Unfortunately, this didn’t help much as once everyone in the galaxy had heard about the Amber Robots of Loving Death, the sight of one approaching invariably make the person concerned feel very unhappy indeed, which was exactly the wrong way to be.