The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

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Wednesday February 14, 2024. I added three lines crediting Edgar Allan Poe three times in the webpage, "Lenore: That Rare And Radiant Maiden," just in case some readers ignore who Edgar Allan Poe was or three poems of his: "The Raven," his most famous poem, "Alone" and "Lenore."
To moheb-rofail: Great! I hope you enjoy reading them all. That's going to be a LONG read. You may find some webpages are quite controversial. Never a dull moment :D
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I've just read your home page, It's kinda new explanation but it's okey for me, I will read the other pages too.
Monday February 12, 2024. I uploaded an improved version of the webpage, "Who Wrote the Five Books of Moses?" All the improvements are cosmetic (for example, breaking up a long paragraph into several short ones, employing ordered and unordered lists, substituting a better word here and there, removing peripheral clutter). Overall nothing of substance has been changed or added.
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Sunday January 21, 2024. I replaced "Raj Patel: An Economic History of Global Food Markets" with the speech delivered by Argentinian president Javier Milei at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland (January 17, 2024). It is found in the section, "The Black Horse is Capitalism," of the homepage, "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse."
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I like that very much, it's amazing. do you use a certain version of bible, feel free to reply here:
To moheb-rofail: I employ the word, "revised," in the sense 2a of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary's definition, i.e., "to make a new, amended, improved, or up-to-date version of." Specifically I rearranged many canonical verses in the whole Book of Isaiah to render a "brand new" version of it, easily comprehensible.
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