Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Randy Mabe Interview - "Astrotheology: Fact or Fiction?" - #188

Jan Irvin brings us another (very long; you won't be watching TV for an evening) episode of the Gnostic Media podcast. (Jan's description of what's in this episode is immediately below.) For those wondering if Astrotheology is a thing, and if it's legit, make yourself comfortable because this one is for you.

Description: "Randy Mabe joins us for this episode, titled "Astrotheology: Fact or Fiction?". This episode is being released on Sunday, January 05, 2014, and was recorded December 27, 2013.

Randy Mabe has been a Real Estate Appraiser for over 20 years.
He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Real Estate. He also has 2 Associates Degrees one in Accounting and the other in Computer Science.
Recently, Randy has gone back to school and has taken the following classes:

  • Mythology
  • World Religions
  • The New Testament
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Astronomy

    After watching Part 1 of the Movie Zeitgeist, Randy began an intense study of Religion and Astrotheology.

    This study includes watching/listing to nearly 4 hours of documentaries every working day. Basically, by working out of the home and as he types real estate appraisals he listens to documentaries on YouTube.

    One night while sitting in a hot tub, Randy noticed something in the stars, it was a cross. Shortly after that Randy made a connection between the quatrains of Nostradamus and Astrotheology.

    So, after 4 years of taking college classes, reading books and watching documentaries Randy is here on Gnostic Media to present the following theory:

    That Nostradamus did not predict Hitler, Napoleon or any future events. What Nostradamus is really trying to tell us is that the Astronomy of 2012 is the astronomy for the greatest story ever told, or the bible narratives."

    Of course, I'm embedding the video for your benefit. Get your notepad and grab yourself a cup, because you want to give this your full attention.

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