911 Predictor Saw End of the World War During Suicide Attempt

Sarah Hoffman, a woman who supposedly predicted the September 12, 2001 attack (9/11), later wrote she was shown the “end of the world” during her 1979 suicide attempt by supernatural forces in the world of death. Hoffman’s story can also be found on the Visions and Prophecies blog.

“I was looking at the Middle East and watched as a missile flew from Libya and hit Israel with a big mushroom cloud. I knew that the missile was actually from Iran but people from Iran had been hiding it in Libya and fired it. I knew that it was a nuclear bomb. Almost immediately missiles started flying from one country to another, quickly spreading to all over the world. I also saw that many nuclear explosions did not come from missiles but from ground bombs of some kind. I knew that in the future there would be a nuclear war throughout the world and this is how it would start.”

“The next thing I saw was people being sick and dying. I saw this particularly in four cities, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Salt Lake. The disease started by having white blisters, some the size of dimes appear on their hands, arms and face. This quickly developed into white puffy sores and blisters. They would stumble about and fall and then many died within a short time, maybe 24 hours. I also saw other people with blood coming from their nose, mouth, eyes and ears. It started like a flu virus and it spread very quickly, faster than the other white blister disease.” Keep reading…

McRat: Florida McDonalds Employees Corner Rat, Kick It, Kill It

A McDonalds in Florida, infested with rats, makes for extra work for employees.  A customer filmed this footage of employees dealing with the vermin, dubbed McRat on the Internet. The man who filmed the McRat video was silenced by McDonalds employees (see video 2 below), but he went anonymously to news media to tell the gut-wrenching tale of the horror he witnessed.

Two Gay Lovers Invented the Computer

Polari Magazine asserts the invention of the computer came about as a result of a homosexual love story between two young mathematicians, Alan Turing and Christopher Morcom.  A very interesting story.

The gay love letter that led to the invention of computers.