After God loses faith in humanity, the archangel Michael, who has become a fallen angel, is the only one standing between mankind and Armageddon. This time using angels to execute the Last Judgement, God’s wrath descends on Earth to exterminate the world’s population. In a desperate, last-chance gambit, Michael leads a group of strangers to a small New Mexico diner to become unlikely heroes to protect a young waitress who may be pregnant with Christ in his second coming.
I saw the trailer to this a few months back and it was unnerving. It showed this sweet little-old-lady-grandmother type, who says to a pregnant waitress that her baby will burn. Right after the grandmother delivers her dire proclamation, she morphs into this hideous spider-like, human creature and begins to terrorize that patrons in the dinner. Someone finally blasts her off of the ceiling with a shotgun. This is the kind of trash the movie industry pumps out as if there’s no tomorrow. The idea that this waitress is pregnant with “Christ,” – so he can have his second coming – is yet another offensive and wrong interpretation of what the Guidebook to the Supernatural tells us will happen. Can you imagine how many people will see this garbage and wonder if this is how it’s going to happen? On Tuesday I BLOGGED about the return of the King, Jesus. He was born once and died once – not sacrificed endlessly through the Catholic Mass – and will come back at the time of the end. What He will do is destroy the Antichrist, the Beast and the False Prophet. He will also heal the nations and there will be no more death, sickness, or curse…. Not a bad deal if you ask me. How can you argue with that?
There is evil in this world. There is no doubt about it. How else can we explain events like slavery, the Holocaust, the Rwanda massacre, or Saddam Hussein gassing 100,000 Kurds? The Mystery of Lawlessness has been at work for centuries and continues to work even in our own time. This lawlessness, which is Luciferian, has an agenda that for the most part is hidden, but now in these times is becoming more pronounced for those of us who have eyes to see. Movies like Legion, Knowing, 2012, and Eli, all have a commonality and it’s the absence of hope. In all of these movies the earth is destroyed, humanity is driven back to the stone age, evil seems to reign supreme. In reality this is not what the Guidebook to the Supernatural tells us will happen. No, what the guidebook portrays is a far cry from the dis-information that we see on the silver screen. I know it’s just a movie and I shouldn’t get worked up about it, but I do because it is wrong to twist and distort what the Guidebook tells us will happen. Who is the father of lies? Hollywood isn’t, but perhaps the force that is behind this cinematic drivel, hidden in the shadows, wrapped in mystery, is….