One of the great fallacies of historiography is the concept of the “Butterfly Effect,” that is, the idea that any little action – no matter how mundane or insignificant – can potentially alter the course of history. (more…)
Like many in the West, I’m sure, I spent fifteen minutes in my youth being fascinated by the seventeenth-century Jewish prophet Nostradamus. Anyone who can fold time like a piece of paper and then burrow through it to get a peek at the other side is certainly someone we would all like to know about. Can that even be done? If so, in God’s name, how? How can someone make remarkably accurate predictions of events which are scheduled to happen hundreds of years after his death? (more…)
A Rival Viking Coalition:
Did a Booklet from the 1980s Predict the Alt Right?
Glaister A. Elmer, Ph.D. & Evelyn E. Elmer, Ph.D.
Ethnic Conflicts Abroad: Clues to America’s Future?
The American Immigration Control Foundation, 1988
In the 1980s, the problems of economic stagnation and Communism were being solved by the generation which had grown up with them. (more…)