Antibodies (x-files, book 5)


The X-Files (1993–2002, 2016) is an American science fiction drama television series, which is a part of The X-Files franchise , created by Chris Carter . Starring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny as FBI agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder , investigators of X-Files; unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena.

At the end of the opening credits is the tagline: "The Truth Is Out There." However, for some episodes, that tagline is changed:

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The X-Files (1993–2002, 2016) is an American science fiction drama television series, which is a part of The X-Files franchise , created by Chris Carter . Starring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny as FBI agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder , investigators of X-Files; unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena.

At the end of the opening credits is the tagline: "The Truth Is Out There." However, for some episodes, that tagline is changed:

The service you were trying to reach is temporarily down. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have it up and running again soon.

Millennium reaches twenty – and that’s a rather impressive thing. Not the age, no, because everything reaches twenty in some form or another. Alive, inanimate, dead, and fictional, all things make twenty.

For most things, once finished, the point of twenty years is a meaningless landmark; an arbitrary cultural milestone that fetishizes even numbers. Indeed, the product of interest has often finished long before a twenty mark, particularly media products. In any case, we’re just finding a good excuse to remember something we love(d) – to celebrate via a magic number.

I could talk about what Millennium means to me, what it has meant to Back to Frank Black , and what Back to Frank Black has meant to Millennium . It has a fun sort of snake-eating-its-tale-vibe to it, but I think my colleague Brian A. Dixon does it best here at FourthHorseman Press . I won’t begrudge you clicking the link and reading what he has to say. As founder of the Millennial Abyss , a Millennium repository that pre-dates – and inspired – this site, I’d say his words have meaning on this topic.

A good show will indeed be born from strong creative forces, but that child will itself birth a potent fanbase. You could say the creator’s strong genes pass on down through the show to its consumer fan-base. The strong fanbase becomes the show’s antibodies and will seek to protect and to defend the show – to keep it alive. Yes, that’s a mixed biology analogy, but I think seeing any show’s legacy being an organic and structural inter-relationship between the creators, the product, and the consumers is important: Millennium becomes the body that enshrines it all.

Back to Frank Black was one such set of antibodies, and as always I must say the book, Back to Frank Black: A Return to Chris Carter’s Millennium very much embodies that work. It is a testament and demonstration to the love of the fans and the power of that show (and proceeds go to charity, so do indulge in grabbing a copy).

So I think Millennium is worthy of a twentieth celebration because it has continued in various forms throughout those two decades. Maybe not consistently, but definitively, it has never gone away.

The X-Files (1993–2002, 2016) is an American science fiction drama television series, which is a part of The X-Files franchise , created by Chris Carter . Starring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny as FBI agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder , investigators of X-Files; unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena.

At the end of the opening credits is the tagline: "The Truth Is Out There." However, for some episodes, that tagline is changed:

The service you were trying to reach is temporarily down. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have it up and running again soon.

Millennium reaches twenty – and that’s a rather impressive thing. Not the age, no, because everything reaches twenty in some form or another. Alive, inanimate, dead, and fictional, all things make twenty.

For most things, once finished, the point of twenty years is a meaningless landmark; an arbitrary cultural milestone that fetishizes even numbers. Indeed, the product of interest has often finished long before a twenty mark, particularly media products. In any case, we’re just finding a good excuse to remember something we love(d) – to celebrate via a magic number.

I could talk about what Millennium means to me, what it has meant to Back to Frank Black , and what Back to Frank Black has meant to Millennium . It has a fun sort of snake-eating-its-tale-vibe to it, but I think my colleague Brian A. Dixon does it best here at FourthHorseman Press . I won’t begrudge you clicking the link and reading what he has to say. As founder of the Millennial Abyss , a Millennium repository that pre-dates – and inspired – this site, I’d say his words have meaning on this topic.

A good show will indeed be born from strong creative forces, but that child will itself birth a potent fanbase. You could say the creator’s strong genes pass on down through the show to its consumer fan-base. The strong fanbase becomes the show’s antibodies and will seek to protect and to defend the show – to keep it alive. Yes, that’s a mixed biology analogy, but I think seeing any show’s legacy being an organic and structural inter-relationship between the creators, the product, and the consumers is important: Millennium becomes the body that enshrines it all.

Back to Frank Black was one such set of antibodies, and as always I must say the book, Back to Frank Black: A Return to Chris Carter’s Millennium very much embodies that work. It is a testament and demonstration to the love of the fans and the power of that show (and proceeds go to charity, so do indulge in grabbing a copy).

So I think Millennium is worthy of a twentieth celebration because it has continued in various forms throughout those two decades. Maybe not consistently, but definitively, it has never gone away.

Why does the human race have so many different blood types and Rh values when we supposedly came from ‘Adam and Eve’? The biblical story of evolution no longer works as a viable explanation for evolution. Now what? Was our race genetically manipulated or were we seeded here from other star systems by aliens or more likely, our galactic star families?
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We were raised in the church, but we never received answers to the questions we asked. Why doesn’t anyone else ask these same questions? We are not satisfied with the answer “just because”. Are there others out there who ask the same questions? Then we heard about the possibility of the ancient astronauts and the pieces started to fall into place.

For the past decade many people have been working to prove that the earth has been visited by extraterrestrial beings. Who are these visitors? Why did they come? Why did they leave? Did they leave?

If earth was visited in the ancient past, are there any descendants of these visitors? If all mankind are not descendants of these visitors, which ones are? Who are the “Children of Israel?” Why was their seed blessed? Why were they told not to inter-marry with other people and to circumcise their sons for identification? Why were they told to preserve their geneology? Where did Adam and Eve’s sons go to get their wives, if they were the only “humans” on earth?

Many scientists believe that modern man evolved from ape-like primates. They have much proof to back up their theories, including modern blood analysis and comparative studies between modern man and lower anthripoids, such as the chimpanzee and the Rhesus monkey.

It has been proven that the majority of mankind (85%) has a blood factor common with the rhesus monkey. This is called rhesus positive blood. Usually shortened to Rh positive. This factor is completely independent from the A, B, 0 blood types.

The X-Files (1993–2002, 2016) is an American science fiction drama television series, which is a part of The X-Files franchise , created by Chris Carter . Starring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny as FBI agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder , investigators of X-Files; unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena.

At the end of the opening credits is the tagline: "The Truth Is Out There." However, for some episodes, that tagline is changed:


The X-files Audio Collection: Kevin J. Anderson.

Ground Zero ( X-Files, Book 3) (The X-Files): Kevin J.

    The X-Files (1993–2002, 2016) is an American science fiction drama television series, which is a part of The X-Files franchise , created by Chris Carter . Starring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny as FBI agents Dana Scully and Fox
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