Book Review of The Return of Planet-X by Jaysen Q. Rand, Part II

continued from Part IThe EvidenceThe Chronology of Planet-XIf X passes Earth roughly every 3600 years and its next fly-by is expected any minute now, then we've got an excellent idea of when these major cataclysms should've wracked the earth. The last wave of havoc should have occurred 'round about 1590 BC, in the late Bronze... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Return of Planet X by Jaysen Q. Rand

The full title of this book won't even fit in the space allotted for the blog post title, so here it is: The Return of Planet-X And Its Effects on Mother Earth ~ a Natural Disaster Survivor's Manual ~ WORMWOOD: Mankind's Ongoing Legacy With A Brown Dwarf Star by Jaysen Q. Rand, Ph.D. (FutureWorld Publishing,... Continue Reading →

Pants Afire Awards

The Pants Afire Award goes to the least credible people I've written about here on Swallowing the Camel. And the lucky winners are... Benjamin Fulford, saving the world with Freemasonic ninjas Larry Sinclair - Obama's gay lover and his murder allegations James Frey - Bad writer, no Pulitzer! Sylvia Browne, the whiskey-throated emodiment of epic... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Religulous

Director: Larry Charles I did NOT want to see this movie. But Changeling wasn't out yet, and I certainly didn't want to see Eagle Eye or Roadside Romeo. Frankly, I expected Religulous to be a shallow and disrespectful examination of complex religious issues, focused on the fringiest of the Christian fundies in an effort to... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster by David Icke

This one definitely wasn't on my winter reading list, but my Signif Other brought it home from a kooky New Age bookstore and I just couldn't resist, even though it reeks of incense.For those not familiar with Mr. David Icke (pronounced "Ike"), a crash course: He's a former UK football player and sports presenter who... Continue Reading →

A Million Little Pieces of Crap

WARNING: Contains SPOILERS for the book A Million Little Pieces."I believe there has never been a realistic book about addiction." - James Frey, promotional CD for A Million Little Pieces.This is a brief introduction to James Frey and his 2004 memoir, A Million Little Pieces, which has sold over 3.5 million copies and topped bestseller... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: