Enemy of the State (1998): Pre-9/11 Reference

While watching the 1998 film, “Enemy of the State,” I noticed a curious reference to 9/11. A few others online have noticed this as well. As we showed recently, pre-9/11 film references are common, and show more than mere coincidence, especially in the cases of the references in the Simpsons, The Lone Gunmen and the Iron…

Exclusive: 1994 Iron Man Cartoon Shows 9/11 – Towers & Pentagon Hit

Sometime contributor, Ross H., has made a stunning discovery – the 1994 Iron Man cartoon episode “The Grim Reaper Wears a Teflon Coat” shows the two towers being taken down by a rogue plane, as well as the Pentagon: 1:00-1:25   Part 2 of the same episode shows the Pentagon being hit by a plane, as well. 2:50-3:05

Transcendental Worldview/System Analysis: A Materialist Test Case

An Example from Linguistics By: Jay Several recent discussions I’ve had demonstrate the importance of thinking in terms of a worldview, which amounts to ultimately adopting transcendental argumentation. This is relevant, not only for apologetics and arguing for God’s existence, but for analysis in general, especially as it applies to analyzing systems of thought, be it some…

Symbolic and Platonic Usage of the Mirror in Ben Johnson and George Herbert

 By: Jay (c) copyright, all rights reserved.      The significance of the mirror as an actual object and its usage a symbolic metaphor in literature is found in several English Renaissance era poems. The view of the mirror following upon the Renaissance and its philosophical progenitors, however, continued to have its somewhat mystical connotations in…

TV’s “Jericho”: Is a Nuke the 9/12 Incident?

Prior to 9/11, many films and shows and other pop culture items featured references to “9 11.” Another favored meme of predictive programming is that of the nuclear apocalypse or bio-release. The CBS show “Jericho” detailed the story of a town following a nuke war. I noticed this interesting frozen clock shot which appears insignificantly. Could a nuke or bio release…