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  • anyone watch the history channel?

    I never have but i heard about a new special they're doing on Nostradamus (that ancient prophet that supposedly predicted a bunch of world events) which looks pretty interesting...any other opinions?

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    I believe this is a repeat. They had a program on about him about this time last year.
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      i watch wild west tech, i love that show
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        I like the History Channel and History International. I haven't watched much as of late, so I missed the preview for the Nostradamus thing. Wonder if it's new or the same one as last year.

        I also like National Geographic.
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        • #5
          Re: anyone watch the history channel?

          LOVE the History channel. I like the History's Mysteries, Modern Marvels, etc.

          I too think the Nostradamus thing is a repeat. I remember watching something on him last year. Kind of freaky. I may have to watch it again.

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            Re: anyone watch the history channel?

            Originally posted by sir clinksalot View Post
            I too think the Nostradamus thing is a repeat. I remember watching something on him last year. Kind of freaky. I may have to watch it again.
            I think i know what yall are talking about but this is a new one, its on oct 28. I think the one they already showed maybe was just on him in general but this one is about a book they found in 1994 that apparently has some links to 9/11...pretty freaky stuff

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            • #7
              Re: anyone watch the history channel?

              Hmmm, that does sound familiar, but I'm still going to check it out.

              Any idea when it's on?

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              • #8
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                I caught bits and peices from the Nostradamus special.

                I do watch the History Channel a lot though. I mostly watch Digging for the Truth and Modern Marvels.

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                • #9
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                  Now that I think about the 9/11 thing, it wasn't strictly a nostradamus thing, it was other prediction type people as well, but they did mention him.

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                  • #10
                    Re: anyone watch the history channel?

                    The History Channel has a tendency to repeat shows, but still advertise them. I tend to frequently watch The History Channel, but have not seen anything about 28 October's Nostradamus show and the online schedule ends on the 27th.

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                      I'd watch more History Channel if it were more about real history and not about made-up stuff.
                      Like, say, Nostradamus.

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                        Re: anyone watch the history channel?

                        Originally posted by sediment View Post
                        I'd watch more History Channel if it were more about real history and not about made-up stuff.
                        Like, say, Nostradamus.
                        One of my friends told me he was a phony too. How can that be if he's written books that have been found? I guess ill just have to watch and see for myself

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                          I love all the channels that are part of Discovery. I have learned more about things and other countries and history than I ever did by reading books in school.
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                            Re: anyone watch the history channel?

                            So I have seen the commercial, and this is a new show on Nostradamus. Don't know why people would say it is fake. Nostradamus did exist and did make writings. The History Channels does shows on various topics (though typically Hitler or UFOs).

                            Originally posted by Lost Boy View Post
                            I love all the channels that are part of Discovery. I have learned more about things and other countries and history than I ever did by reading books in school.
                            The History Channel is owned by A&E Television Networks, not Discovery Communications.

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                              Re: anyone watch the history channel?

                              Originally posted by clairebear View Post
                              One of my friends told me he was a phony too. How can that be if he's written books that have been found? I guess ill just have to watch and see for myself
                              Originally posted by lazyboy97O View Post
                              So I have seen the commercial, and this is a new show on Nostradamus. Don't know why people would say it is fake. Nostradamus did exist and did make writings.
                              I wouldn't say Nostradamus was a phony. He wrote down a lot of stuff, and others (the real phonies) are linking these "predictions" to actual events. You write down enough predictions, a few can be interpreted as true, after several centuries of events.

                              And I would be skeptical of the people that "found" the books.

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