Monthly Archives: February 2016

The X-Files Today vs. Back in the Day

Originally posted on she liked Imaginary Men best of all:
I have been loving the “revival” of The X-Files, or, technically, season 10. There’s been a mythology episode (My Struggle), a monster one (Founder’s Mutation), a funny one (Mulder and Scully…

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X-Files: Cure for Mid-Winter Blahs

Source: X-Files: Cure for Mid-Winter Blahs

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X-Files Season 10 Ep 5 Needs to Deliver

No one was more caught up in the return of the X-Files than me. The original series was more than a show. It represented a way of looking at the world and seeing the misuse of power and transparency around … Continue reading

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10 Questions Empowered People Must Ask Their Leaders

Thoughts of the Day: “The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or a hostile universe.” ~ Albert Einstein “Be the change you want to see in the world.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi Will … Continue reading

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Sitchin is Right – Reason #1

As someone working on a series of books partly based on the writings of Zecharia Sitchin, I’ve given a lot of thought to the ongoing debate about his work. Having been exposed to his work for many years, I’ve drawn … Continue reading

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Immanuel Velikovsky – 1964 Interview

Before Von Daniken, before Sitchin, there was Immanuel Velikovsky. His book, Worlds in Collision, was published in 1950, He was one of the first scholars to draw on multiple fields of study to piece together a history humanity and our … Continue reading

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