The most commonly occurring words for all web page text on the respective sites of Stanford and Chiappalone are shown in the word clouds below. Word size and colour are proportional to word frequency. Stem words were excluded. The word clouds were produced using Wordle.
It can be seen that Stanford’s main focus is on aliens – if “aliens” and “anunnaki” are combined, the alien focus exceeds even that of “light”. (In this vein, with a bigger picture, looking-at-us perspective, earth+world gets much use.)
Chiappalone’s main focus is clearly “evil”, whose frequency dramatically overshadows all other words.
Both have an overriding focus on duality, in Gnostic tradition perhaps. Stanford though appears to have a more balanced view with equal mention of light and darkness.
“Love” gets some mention by both, but frequency relative to other words is in size as a rear vision mirror is to a car.
“Fact” appears in both word clouds, in Stanford’s, just under “people”. That it appears at all in the list of most frequent words is encouraging.
For updated word clouds see ‘Same Truth’, New Lexicon.