Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

The Black Death was caused by aliens, the UN hates your herb garden, and robots want to sexually harass you. Happy Wednesday! This week's Tea Party lesson: The best way to forestall thuggery is to become a thug. Many believe the UN's Agenda 21 environmental sustainability program is the uber-conspiracy to end all conspiracies. According... Continue Reading →

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 →

Anatomy of a Hoax: The Incredible Discovery of Noah’s Ark

Now that Noah's Ark has been discovered for the umpteenth time, let's review a classic Ark hoax from the '90s.In the early '90s, CBS aired a string of Bible documentaries produced by Sun International Pictures/Sunn Classic Pictures: Ancient Secrets of the Bible, Ancient Secrets of the Bible II, Mysteries of the Ancient World, and The... Continue Reading →

Pimp My Tomb

I immediately recognized the Canadian filmmaker, Simcha Jacobovici, who (alongside James Cameron) is touting the 27-year-old discovery of tombs bearing the names of Jesus and members of his family, including a son. I taped Jacobovici's 1999 documentary Quest for the Lost Tribes off CBC when it originally aired, intending to watch it in more depth... Continue Reading →

Holy Blood, Holy Crap: The Da Vinci Code Lawsuit and Michael Baigent’s The Jesus Papers

"You stole my ideas! Even though they're not mine!" The Da Vinci Code lawsuit was a prime example of wanton, greedy litigiousness. Two of the three "historians" who wrote Holy Blood, Holy Grail (1982) sued Dan Brown over alleged theft of intellectual property, even though Brown's book is a work of fiction and theirs was... Continue Reading →

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