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Last Updated: August 23, 2014, A. D. or 2014 C. E. or  414 E. M. or 220 A. R.

ANNOUNCEMENT:  242 year old mystery solved!

On February 20, 2014 my paper entitled “Junius Unveiled” was published in the American International Journal of Social Science. This paper proves conclusively, with irrefutable and undeniable evidence, that Thomas Paine was the author of the “Junius Letters.” The author of the “Junius Letters” used a secret password so that if, in the future, he wanted to let the world know who the author was he could do so. Thomas Paine, believing that he was going to die while unjustly imprisoned at Luxembourg, believing that this would be his last opportunity to let the world know that he was the author of the “Junius Letters,” invoked this same secret password in a letter.

Warning: Reading these books may cause you to lose your "intellectual virginity."

Marmontel, the French encyclopedist, playwright, and historiographer, lost his intellectual virginity --- according to Will Durant --- after reading Bayle and Voltaire.

  • While you probably know that while there are only 26 letters in the English alphabet, you probably do not know that this means that these 26 letters allow for 403,291,461,126,605,635,584,000,000 (that is, over 400 quatrillion) possible combinations.
  • The Oxford English Dictionary has about 600,000 different definitions, and, by their own count “3 million quotations.” Combined they are a mere fraction of the possible combinations of the English alphabet.
  • The Library of Alexandria, in the 5th century C. E., had from 750,000 to 1 million books.
  • The Library of Congress, today, has 134 million “materials.”
  • The question to answer is: which books, out of the millions in print, are worth reading?
  • We have those rare and out of print books that will cause you to lose your intellectual virginity.
  • If you read one book per week for 50 years, you will have read only 2600 books.
  • If you double the number of books read, 2 books per week for 50 years, you will have read only 5200 books.
  • However, not all books are worth reading!
  • We have the books that will provide the Ariadnean thread that will lead you out of the conceptual labyrinth of the written word.
  • However, before you proceed you must first understand the sentence below. If you do not understand the following sentence then go and read for another decade so that you will be better prepared to accept the Ariadnean thread, as well as Ithuriel’s spear; for you will have earned them both by then.

WE DARE YOU TO NOT ONLY READ THIS SENTENCE BUT TO UNDERSTAND IT AS WELL.
He, lacking any metaphysical, epistemological, and existential apothogems, hebdomadally, and with anfructuosity, took an oculatory tour of her perambulating loveliness and serendipitously found his intestinal fortitude and, without absquatulating for having purchased the rope of Ocnus, punctuated his inamorata with osculatory favors for being his own personal mini-Hellen, even while knowing she would also suffer the fate of Acco.

Author of the year for  2014 C. E, or 413 E. M. or 220 A. R.:  Thomas Paine

We continue with Thomas Paine as the author of the year in celebration of our having proved he was the author of the “Junius Letters.”

This year we choose  Thomas Paine (Payne) and all of his works, for not only was it Paine’s birthday in January -- (he was born January 29, 1737 and died June 8, 1809) -- he inaugurated an age, The Age of Reason, by a single work of the same title, and, therefore, deserves the extra attention.

Paine’s books are a must read for every person who wants an intellectual and historical understanding of the American Revolution.

It was Thomas Paine who wrote the immortal line “These are the times that try men’s souls,” a thought well worth remembering in these troubling times.

Ingersoll writes about Paine's contribution to freedom of thought that "With his name left out the history of Liberty cannot be written."

Joseph Lewis, in his 1947 edition of “Thomas Paine: Author of the Declaration of Independence,” argued convincingly that it was Paine, and not Jefferson, who wrote the Declaration of Independence.

Others, such as William Henry Burr, Joel Moody, and William Graves, have argued that Paine also authored the “Junius Letters,” but their proofs were not conclusive.”

We have now proved, conclusively, with irrefutable and undeniable evidence, that Paine wrote the “Junius Letters.”

Junius
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