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Nostradamus 2012 and the Art of Successful Prediction

The author argues that the inability of Nostradamus proponents to provide an accurate prediction of an event before the occurrence of that event discredits the prophecies as whole. Current predictions of a terror attack on the 2012 Olympics are viewed as the prophecies' last chance.

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On London Riots and Taxation Myths

The British tax code of the 1970s is analyzed and reviewed for ideas on how to reduce the high unemployment rate in contemporary America. Arguments center around job-creation incentives for the rich.

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Debunking the Myth of Nostradamus

Much of what we know and believe about Nostradamus and his prophecies is claimed to be mythology, pure fiction created by charlatans decades after the seer's death. This article considers an alternative history that may come closer to the truth.

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Tiwanaku Alien and the News Media

This article looks at aliens, politics, and taxation from the perspective of the owners of news media networks.

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Are Aliens Something to Fear?

The author critiques Stephen Hawking's fear of aliens. A brief look at human history leads to the conclusion that if aliens were ever capable of reaching Earth, they would more likely come as friends rather than as predators.

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Tiwanaku Alien and the Nazca Lines – Part 2

Archaeological evidence affirms that the mysterious Nazca Lines were made to attract, entertain, and guide the sky god of Tiwanaku. Tiwanaku was a city in the Bolivian highlands that existed contemporaneously with the Nazca civilization of Peru.

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Tiwanaku Alien and the Nazca Lines

The author reviews the archaeological record of the Andes and finds strong correlations between the sky god of Tiwanaku, ancient city of Bolivia, and the Nazca Lines of Peru. He concludes that the mysterious lines are merely the product of a sky-god religion brought to Nazca by a Tiwanaku missionary.

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On Nostradamus and the Paths of Wisdom – Part I

This article summarizes the thematic contents of the first sixteen of the thirty-two Nostradamus prophecies identified in medieval mystic circles as the Paths of Wisdom. Their original source was a secretly guarded book known as the Book of Light.

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On Nostradamus and the Paths of Wisdom – Part II

This article summarizes the thematic contents of the second sixteen of the thirty-two Nostradamus prophecies identified in medieval mystic circles as the Paths of Wisdom. Their original source was a secretly guarded book known as the Book of Light.

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On Nostradamus and Statistical Probabilities

The author evaluates the Nostradamus prophecies on the basis of odds against coincidental fulfillment. He concludes that it is no longer a question of whether the future was foreseen but rather a question on how it was foreseen.

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Muhammad and the Angel of Light

Muhammad's encounter with the archangel Gabriel may not have been an isolated incident. Out of the secret world of medieval Kabbalah come signs that around the time of Muhammad the early mystics had similar-type encounters with the prophet Elijah in nearby Babylonia.

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Reflections on the Fermi Paradox

The author reevaluates the mystery of the Fermi Paradox in the light of humankind's own potential to explore the stars, and he concludes that alien visitation in the past has to be more likely than unlikely. In the process he notes a timing correlation between two possible signs of alien presence in early medieval times: the Nazca Lines of Peru and Muhammad's encounter with the archangel Gabriel.

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