Many, many people have written in the past twenty-four hours calling attention to the Nostradamus prophecies that seem to relate directly to the World Trade Center bombing. In fact, there does appear to be a major connection. But is it real, or in the eye of the beholder? And, if the connection is as strong as it seems, what do we do with it now? Has a sixteenth century prophet really left a message for our troubled era?

John Hogue is one of the greatest and best Nostradamus scholars alive today. He has been studying the prophet for twenty years, as well as the language he wrote in and the myriad meanings of the words and allusions in the prophecies.
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Anne Strieber has responded to the terrorist assault on our country with the insight and quiet wisdom that has become her hallmark.But this is no ordinary diary entry–gentle, wise and subtly humorous. A human heart is crying out for all of us.

To read it, click here.

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Whitley has some very unique and specific ideas about what we need to do to solve the problem of terrorism. They involve a judicious use of military power, a return to a very old form of intelligence gathering and some plain good sense.

He is bound to surprise you with his ideas–forthright, plain-spoken and just plain smart. He also offers a sobering and timely warning about a nuclear threat that must not be ignored for even another moment.

To read Whitley’s new journal, click here.

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Smoke from the collapse of the World Trade Center could be seen by astronauts aboard the International Space Station Tuesday from 240 miles above Earth. U.S. Astronaut Frank Culbertson, along with Russian cosmonauts Vladimir Dezhurov and Mikhail Turin, spotted clouds billowing from the collapse of the twin towers as they passed over the northeastern U.S.

?As we went over Maine, we could see New York City and the smoke from the fires,? Culbertson told NASA?s Mission Control Center in Houston. ?Our prayers and thoughts go out to all the people there and everywhere else.

?I hope that the people responsible are caught and brought to justice as soon as possible,? said Culbertson. ?But first, our prayers and condolences to everybody involved.?
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