Once You see this 5 min video you may have a few questions about 911.

→ POP legend Prince in Utrecht in 1998 sang lyrics during a performance that were a direct prediction of the 9/11 terror atrocities in the U.S. The clip, which was recorded at his show in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on December 23, 1998, has some very interesting information. Lyrics: ““…..I got to get ready for the bomb” “Osama bin […]

The band “Depeche Mode” recorded a song in 1989 called “Enjoy the Silence” and released it on 16 January 1990. They created a music video for the song, which I have listed at the end of this post. Where this gets strange: In 1990, a promotional video for “Enjoy the Silence” was shot by French TV […]

I have to warn you, first, that you are about to read something you may find to be impossible but I promise you it’s true. Below is the real name of a music band that made its debut in July 2001. The band formed in 1999 Athens, GA, United States. Continue reading

This post builds on an earlier post,  “How do we know things before they happen”, that I created to show the value of Unstructured Data and Pattern Recognition.

Here I want to focus on the 9/11 terrorist attacks since it’s so well known in almost any country and possibly even in future societies.

The first section will reveal each individual hit (Data Fragment) and the second section will focus on the collective information found (Data Pattern). It will quickly become clear how insightful unstructured data can be when viewed as a full pattern rather than luck or coincidence.

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The Lone Gunmen are a trio of fictional characters, Richard “Ringo” Langly, Melvin Frohike and John Fitzgerald Byers, who appeared in recurring roles on the American television series The X-Files, and who starred in the short-lived spin-off, The Lone Gunmen Continue reading