Off the charts and in your face….
L. A. Marzulli
(Thanks to Watchman Ron!)
I saw the end of the world… I feel all this death.
So begins the opening of the trailer of the new X-men. The movie is called Apocalypse but it’s not the Biblical version by any means.
The second piece of dialogue is even more starling.
I’ve been called many things in many lifetimes. Ra, Krishna, Yahweh….
Then, comes the real attention getter.
…The four horsemen of the apocalypse. I got that one from the Bible.
“Or the Bible got it from him.”
As one of the X-men leading characters, Professor X, stares into the Camera he declares, I’ve never felt power like this before.
As he states this his eyes go completely black, like we researched and reported on In Watchers 5. (Thanks to David Weatherly!)
There is a war against what Christians believe. On one hand the likes of the ACLU, atheists and Darwinist’s insist that Christians, as do all other religions, believe in nothing more than fairy tales. Then we have the media which almost never reports on the global Christian persecution. It’s perfectly politically correct to bash Christians and what we believe on a daily basis. By the way Merry Christmas….
This new X-men movie from the get-go seems to set the stage for The Coming Great Deception (see yesterdays’ blog!)
Let’s take a look at the opening statement. I’ve been called many things in many lifetimes. Ra, Krishna, Yahweh….
First, Christianity does not believe in many lifetimes, or reincarnation. This concept is foreign to the Biblical Prophetic Narrative and, in fact, we are told we are born and when we die judgement comes. In short, contrary to new age beliefs, which are really millennia old, we do not come back over and over again in an endless cycle of birth and death or reincarnation.
Next the entity tells us that he is Ra, the god of Egypt. Krishna, the Hindu god and then—wait for it—Yahweh, the God—the real one—of the Bible. I actually have a scene in the first Nephilim book which mirrors this! In other words the gods are really not gods at all but this entity who comes back to earth again and again. I have posted numerous times that when ET does finally show up, and the Great Deception kicks off, they will tell us they created all the religions of the world. This movie is certainly promulgating that concept. Oh come on L. A. it’s just a movie! Lighten up will ya?
In another scene one of the characters tells us:
The four horsemen of the apocalypse. I got that one from the Bible. Then he is immediately “corrected” as the woman in the scene, who apparently is some sort of “expert” informs us: “Or the Bible got it from him.” Really? Are you kidding me? Once again the veracity of the Bible is attacked and while this movie is fiction, it sets up the idea that maybe, just maybe the Bible and what Christians have believed for millennia isn’t true.
Finally we watch as one of the X-men declares: I’ve never felt power like this, as his eyes go completely black—see Watchers 5!
Millions will see this movie and essentially be indoctrinated in the idea that Yahweh, the God of the Bible is nothing more than an extraterrestrial. Like the movie Noah, which inaccurately portrayed the Biblical account of flood, people will see Apocalypse and think that maybe this is how the religions of the world started.
In closing todays post. There is war being fought in another dimension. The god of this world, The Fallen Cherub, Satan, is carrying out his end-time strategy. It is one of deception and a carefully crafted plan to lead many people away from the truth of the Biblical Prophetic Narrative. In short, we’re right on track as this movie reflects the ideology of what for the time being is hidden. At some point, and I believe it is soon, the revealing of the so-called extraterrestrial presence will come and with it The Great Deception.