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Tomorrow will be the 107th anniversary of the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic (April 15, 1912).
Since I work three part-time jobs from home and homeschool my boys I don’t have much of a hobby-life. Add to that the fact that we don’t have cable tv or subscribe to other options, I guess you could say, listening to Youtube documentaries is my hobby and my entertainment for the most part. Hey, I like that kind of stuff.
So, I’ve listened to hours and hours of a variety of topics on Youtube while I work on my blog , clean house and whatever over the years.
As you can imagine I get exposure to a wide range of opinions and ideas. I’ve covered listening to topics on UFOs and aliens, church history, Bible teaching, false teachers, Fake News, metal detecting and Bigfoot…among other things I’m sure.
So one night recently, while working on some posts that have yet to be published, including this one, one of the topics I was listening to was on the Titanic.
So, I know I’ve probably heard this story before – maybe not in so many details, however, but – did you know there was a book written fourteen years prior that was almost identical, in many ways, to the Titanic and it’s demise?
Some say it was a prediction of what would happen. At the very least, it was a weird coincidence.
Anyways, I recently found a digital copy of this 1898 book on Amazon and ordered the Kindle version for ninety-nine cents. Maybe I’ll tell you about it here on the blog after I read it.
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