Prophecy Central had already been on the Internet for nearly four years when the September 11 attacks took place. We were among the first to report the story as it gradually unfolded on that terrible day.
We didn’t know it at the time, but soon after the attacks, our site was being tracked and archived by a massive project that would eventually be released as the September 11 Digital Archive. This historical collection is available online, and is physically housed in the Library of Congress.
We recommend that you browse this incredible project, the largest of its kind in the world, and be sure to check out Prophecy Central’s contributions. In their entry for Prophecy Central they wrote:
Prophecy Central, a Web Site produced by Ron Graff, is part of the Library of Congress September 11 Web Archive and preserves the web expressions of individuals, groups, the press and institutions in the United States and from around the world in the aftermath of the attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001.
You may also read the actual posts directly from the Prophecy Central site, starting with the very day that the drama began. We have kept all our news summaries online ever since 9/11/01. You can trace the mood of the country, the eventual war in Afghanistan, and even Osama bin Laden’s death recently. Of course, many of the links to external sources on these old pages no longer work, but we have kept our brief summaries of the news stories so you can still see what was happening.
See the first of 63 archived pages in the Library of Congress.