The ship sailed on Saturday, bearing a cargo of what were billed as "the world’s greatest spiritual teachers, authors, visionaries, and experts". Did Mike Bara really take a look at that billing and self-disqualify? Just kidding. Actually, he probably made a wise decision. The last thing that ship of fools needs is a few million Bara-viruses. Faced with an outbreak, Robin Falkov would undertake to cure them all with homeopathy, then they'd really be in trouble.
In his video-blog [at 11:27], Mike re-iterates his well-known position that people only point out his colossal errors because they're scared. That joke never seems to get old.
I posted this welcoming message to his blog, but I doubt if I'll get a response:
I'm glad to know you've recovered. Perhaps now you'd be willing to say how many Space Shuttle launches and landings fit your "ritual alignment model."
Also, are the astrologically favorable alignments timed for the originally-announced launch/landing times, or the actual times?
Please recall that you are on record as saying "NASA always seems to want to land or launch when the stars are in favorable positions, at least according to their mythology."
Anybody not already familiar with this so-called ritual alignment model, and its many failures, can brush up on it here, here, and here.