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The History Of The Black Mass That Harvard Doesn’t Want To Talk About

Earlier today, I asked for some help in uncovering any evidence to support the assertion by Professor of Religious History J. Gordon Melton that the First Black Mass was a real event in the court of King Louis XIV, conducted by genuine Satanists, who really slaughtered an innocent baby in order to conjure evil magic. [...]

How To Be Smart

The very smart people at the Harvard Business Review have a new issue out at news stands, with a feature article advising us “How To Make Smarter Decisions”. (Not to be confused with the book Making Smart Decisions published by the Harvard Business Review two years ago – apparently, business leaders didn’t learn to make [...]

Harvard Set for Extensive Darwin Day Celebration on February 12

To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin, Harvard University has prepared a full set of celebratory events during the next week including lectures, scientific expositions, parties, and a complete reading of The Origin of Species at multiple locations around campus. If you just happen to be in or around Cambridge, Massachusetts, [...]

It's the Theocracy, Stupid: Fargen Misses the Point on Sarah Palin and Thomas Muthee

Jessica Fargen of the Boston Herald follows the journalistic trend in her article on Thomas Muthee’s 2005 sermon. Like the AP and ABC News, Fargen misses the point by focusing on one word, “witchcraft”:

The video of a Kenyan bishop asking Jesus to protect Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin from “witchcraft” has turned into a political [...]