The Paradigm

The Paradigm

Book - 2017
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"Is it possible that there exists an ancient master blueprint that holds the secret behind the events of our times? Could this blueprint lie behind the rise and fall of leaders and governments? Could events that took place nearly 3,000 years ago now be determining the course of our world and with it the course of our lives? Could ancient figures from the Middle East hold the key to the leaders of our own day, what they do, when they rise, and when they fall? Is it possible that this ancient paradigm has determined not only the events of modern times but also their timing -- even down to the exact dates? Could a mystery from the ancient Middle East have foretold the outcomes of current events more accurately than any poll or expert -- even the outcomes of presidential elections? Has this mystery even touched the events of your life? Does the paradigm reveal what will take place in the future? And does it contain a warning critical for every person in this generation?"
Publisher: Lake Mary, Florida : FrontLine, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781629994765 (hardcover)
1629994766 (hardcover)
(ebook)
Branch Call Number: 231.745 CAH
Characteristics: viii, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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tsofan
May 03, 2019

If you like a conspiracy theory full of flash and no substance, then you will enjoy this read. I had a very hard time getting through all the nonsense, but the saving grace of this piece was that I found it somewhat instructive regarding how to understand the mentality and thought process behind the religious right and their voting practices.
Mr. Cahn employs a rather irritating writing style that asks a dizzying array of questions to draw in the reader, but then falls flat by providing wholly unsatisfying answers.
He is obsessed with linking ancient leaders' time in power (in public service) with certain modern leaders like the Clintons and Obama. While the alignment was interesting, his application of the practice as a whole was sketchy, because the timing doesn't match up with other leaders in the timeline. I think that's called "Cherry Picking," Mr. Cahn.
Unless you are like-minded with the author and you're interested in his numerology games with the time lines and other coincidences he digs up, you're better off skipping this one.

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nerowolfgal
Feb 08, 2018

Acute silliness, and bad writing as well. Conspiracy theories can be fun, but this one is just boring.

I like the blurb! All questions and no answers.

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