There aren’t many things more terrifying than 150,000 meteorites falling per hour, an 8.1 magnitude earthquake, and a major mudflood/reset event. I’m going to be talking about all of them today.
Author: Shelly Sangrey
Question the Narrative | Windows of the Firmament
Last week, I recorded a video with some great ladies at Prairie Dust. One of the participants, Kathryn White of @okiedokieexplorers, had a fascinating theory about the firmament that immediately set my mind in gear. Biblical cosmology is one of my favorite topics because there are so many places we can go with it!
Question the Narrative | Rearranging History, “Spy Balloons, ” and Viewer Comments
This has been one of those weeks where so many intriguing topics have popped up that I couldn’t focus on just one. I hope you enjoy!
Question the Narrative | D.U.M.B.S., Mount Weather, and Armageddon
I just had some preliminary thoughts to share regarding deep underground bases, Isaiah 2, Mount Weather, and the shadow government.
Question the Narrative | Giants, Fallen Angels, and the Seven Sages of Myth and Legend
It never fails that every time I find one QtN topic, it inevitably sends me down another rabbit trail. Here’s the latest.
Question the Narrative | Gap Theory | Did Elves and Fairies Exist?
Have you ever thought about what the gap period might have been like? Who lived here? What happened? Did any of the beings survive and enter the age of man? Lots of questions. Lots of reasons to continue questioning the narrative.
How Being a “Good Student” Hindered My Ability to Homeschool
Sometimes being a “good student” isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
Question the Narrative | Trolls, Titans, and Petrified Giants
All fairy tales and folklore are grounded in facts.
A Step-By-Step Guide to Notebooking
Notebooking is a fantastic way to learn. Here’s a quick guide to getting started.
Question the Narrative | Mermaids, Sirens, and Fish Gods
The little mermaid is NOT factually correct.