quote:Originally posted by Relentless.: Just wait until you find the numerologytards.. That'll really get your blood boiling.
It's long been known that TPTB telegraph their moves years and decades in advance, but most of what is "uncovered" is the work of people grasping.
The Simpsons thing was kind of entertaining for a few minutes. I have only seen one numerology person online and that was a twitter handle that is pretty proud of his predictions. Stocks, sports, everything connected to numbers. I havent looked into yet how they come up with these things. I have seen stuff before for the number 13 and other numbers, but never really dug deep into it.
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this numerology stuff goes all the way back to 2500 BC Egyptians and Jewish religious texts. Some of these guys 'find" crossowrd puzzels in the Torah that 'fortell" the future. It's easy to when you are looking back at it.
I once bought the quatrains of Nostradamus and read thru it. Buncha gobbledy gook IMO...toal waste of moeny and time for me
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I agree with you guys, these writers just use their imagination, nothing unusal about it. It seems like back in the 1700-1800 it would have been much harder to do because of the more simple society.
It amazes me how much of an imagination these writers of weekly shows and movies have. These imaginary ideas are often based on futuristic ideas, that can come true.
When I watch Two And A Half Men, I wonder how they can think up all that stuff week after week.
Then I watch a movie like Forrest Gump and wonder how you could think of so many weird events and put them into a really good movie.
There are so many shows and movies like these, that one has to wonder if these writers have to be a little nuts to keep thinking of all the ideas that are needed to make these weekly shows and movies.