Previous to the tragic events of 9/11, there were only two or three documentary films about Nostradamus available for the public to view. However, after 9/11, due to the fact that Nostradamus predicted this tragedy in several of his quatrains, it began a media frenzy to produce cable television programs about him and his prophetic literary works.
I know all about these productions because, due to my many years of research, writing, and speaking about this fascinating topic– I was involved in helping to create many of them (both as a researcher and as an expert commentator). Making documentary films is fun. It can be hard and demanding work at times, but the pay-off of everyone’s hard work is intellectually rewarding, and it’s a great joy to experience “the feeling” one gets the first night that the show is finally broadcast for the first time on TV.
I have been busy “story boarding” an interesting group of quatrains about potential fascinating events in the future which have yet to occur! I know so much about this interesting topic that I could produce several great documentaries, in different production styles, that would probably prove to be “very successful” in ratings and content!
“Unique intellectual property” is the name of the game when it comes to this topic. The person who possesses it, and the people who have the power to create a good broadcast
So if any cable television producers are looking for new ideas to develop into documentary films they should consider contacting me to discuss what they might have in mind, and or consider some of the excellent production idea that I might have for them.
I’m well known in video production houses and radio stations in Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, D.C., London, Sydney, Christchurch, Vienna, Tokyo, and Bogata. I have worked with lots of people–all over the world– including The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, The National Geographic Channel, the BBC, and plenty of others too. Hey–let’s do some more work together. Let’s do this!
Posted tagged ‘earthquakes’
Hello everyone, December 21st, 2012 is here and the world hasn’t ended yet! No world wide disasters have arrived or are heading our way ! Most of us are still alive–just like I thought we would be! Are you getting the idea that all of this talk about the world ending on December 21st, 2012–was nothing but a lot of hype, urban myth, propaganda, and overly wild speculation? That’s what I’ve been thinking for the last five years!
I have yet to be shown “any tangible evidence” that can truly suggest that the world was suppose to end on December 21st, of 2012! If anyone thinks that they truly have proof, or some type of evidence, or at least a rational theory of some type that conforms to “common sense” –that points to the world ending some time soon–please send it to me (I’d love to read it). I’d like to see how silly it is. Sorry–no end of the world.
You haven’t t seen “me” (Victor Baines) on any cable TV program saying that I thought the world will end in 2012. John Hogue, Vincent Bridges, Jay Wiedner and others were one’s who said that (not me)!
Then, there were all of the “so-called Mayan scholars” who proclaimed the world would end in 2012, as well as a bunch of paranoid survival gear merchants (and others) who jumped on the “gloom and doom” end of the world band-wagon. I guess everyone is free to state their personal opinions on things, but for the record, I’ve never thought that the world will end in 2012. Nostradamus didn’t write that either. It is a lie that he stated that!
May God bless the vicitims of the earthquake in Haiti. Words alone can’t describe the hellish turmoil of life in Port-Au Prince since the occurance of the earthquake. According to a new study by the Inter-American Development Bank, the quake damage could reach the sum of almost 13 billion dollars (more than most people thought it would).
I hope that the American government pays close attention to its activities in Haiti because it allow the United States to take a close look at dealing with the aftermath of earthquakes. In this way–someday in the future when there’s a devastating earthquake in California or the New Madrid fault-line, we will knowledgeable and expereinced in dealing with this type of crisis.
The idea of a huge earthquake occuring in the United States at some point in the future is unpleasant–but highly probable.