Wednesday, January 22, 2014

New book.
From Amazon.com:

The Hour of Trial presents the Parallel-Age reading of the Book of Revelation. The Parallel-Age reading is a complete departure from the standard Preterist, Historicist, and Futurist/Dispensationalist interpretations. The commentary herein functions upon two foundational premises: Revelation describes the entire Gospel Age from beginning to end—from the First Advent of Jesus Christ until His Second Coming—and this Gospel Age period is depicted in seven interconnected, parallel visions. This reading derives its method from a set of “instructions” embedded within the text of Revelation itself—specifically, the seven letters section. These instructions not only teach us how to read the 22 chapters, but also provide confirmation that we have correctly understood them upon subsequent readings. The extreme complexity of Revelation is designed as an ancient "firewall" of sorts to protect the integrity of the text while the instructions were deliberately obscured to reveal the text in full only in its appointed time. That time is now. The Hour of Trial provides unique and irrefutable reasoning for the current economic crisis being the final phase of the Gospel Age.
Also explained in The Hour of Trial are the parallels between Matthew 24 and the six seals, the chiastic structure of the Daniel 9 prophecy, and 1290 days of Daniel 12.

 Available here.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Monday, April 25, 2011

Fantastic Four Revisited


For a variety of reasons, the 2007 superhero film Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer keeps coming back onto the radar due to its eerie prescience. The original post is at right in the sidebar linkage for those who have not seen it yet; new material will be posted below in bold print. The interesting things here is that the new analysis in not contradictory, but rather complementary. This new material takes the perspective of the imminent arrival of Planet X, the Destroyer Star. In the film, the Silver Surfer is the herald of Galactus, the Destroyer of Worlds.


The film begins with the Silver Surfer heading toward Earth.


In his wake follow some bizarre weather changes.

When the Silver Surfer arrives he causes anomalies/disturbances in three locations: Japan, Egypt, and Los Angeles.


It's quite interesting that the two locations first affected the the "arrival" are Japan and Egypt considering what's been happening in those locations lately. Recall some points made in the recent Deep Impact report:
1) January 8, 2011: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot in Tucson, Arizona. 2) January 25, 2011: Egyptian revolution begins. 3) January 26, 2011: Newsweek runs article titled "Return of the Challenger" regarding Nobel laureate Mohamed ElBaradei's return to Egypt. 4) January 28, 2011: 25th anniversary of the space shuttle Challenger disaster. 5) February 4, 2011: NASA release: "NASA Astronaut Mark Kelly [Gifford's husband] Resumes Training For STS-134 Mission." The mission is to deliver an Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to the ISS.

We see a TV newsreader covering the story: "Scientists have ruled out global warming. Some are beginning to wonder if the hand of God is at work." This is out first clue as to what this movie is really going to be about and who the villain is.


These worldwide anomalies are quickly brushed aside to get to "the big news," or the wedding between Richards and Storm. Pertinent point here is that this wedding is a major media event.


At the same time, Dr. Reed Richards and Susan Storm are trying again to get married. The timing here is no coincidence. This isn't just a wedding between two superhumans; they want to start a family, i.e., propagate the super-race.

This scenario reminds us right away of the Genesis flood.

"And, behold, I, even I, do bring a flood of waters upon the earth, to destroy all flesh, wherein is the breath of life, from under heaven; and every thing that is in the earth shall die." (6:17)

And of course the flood was largely due to the Nephilim hybrids, mighty men, the men of renown. In Fantastic Four we have The Destroyer--the film's version of God--coming to destroy as the superhumans are attempting to join and reproduce.

Now, if the reader is unaware, the Fantastic Four were all astronauts: it was in space that they gained their powers. However, the above comments are even more fitting for the "royal wedding" occurring this Friday, April 29.

Genesis 6:
"Now it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born to them, that the sons of God saw the daughters of men, that they were beautiful; and they took wives for themselves of all whom they chose."


Prince William is obviously the man of renown, a stand-in for the sons of God. And Kate Middleton takes the place of the daughters of men. Her name, Middleton, is synonymous with Middle Earth, which will certainly invoke the works of Tolkien for many readers; however, as Tolkien himself admitted, Middle Earth was not his own concept.

Middle Earth actually comes from Old Norse mythology, Midgard, or, where the humans lived.

So here we find a symbolic scenario out of Genesis: a son of God marrying a daughter of man.


Coincidentally, the space shuttle, STS 134, is also set to launch this Friday, April 29.

And all of this just prior to the arrival of "the Destroyer."


As the Surfer nears it causes major electrical disturbances. A helicopter loses power and crashes into the wedding area.


And the wedding is ruined.


The military visits Dr. Reed at their 33rd floor/level Grand Master laboratory/lodge in search of help.


One of the stranger coincidences was the sinkholes that preceded the arrival of the Destroyer. In the film, the first appeared in London; the most noticeable sinkhole in the media was probably the one pictured above in Guatemala. The sinkholes were soon followed, and overshadowed, by mass animal kills, weather weirdness, quakes, and now tornadoes--as you know.

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The Silver Surfer's energy output has unintentionally freed Victor von Doom from his prison as well. And if there is any question as to who represents the devil in this film, we need only notice the tail numbers: LT666X.

If the reader accepts the interpretation that von Doom here represents Satan, then the name "Victor" takes on a new shade: Victor as in victory, i.e., Satan is the victor. Quite a trick.

It may also interest the reader that Satan is released just before the arrival of Galactus.


Doom wants to join forces with the Silver Surfer. He says, "Together we could be unstoppable." But the Silver Surfer doesn't go for it. Here again we see a Biblical allusion: in Luke Chapter 4, the devil tempts Jesus in the wilderness. Satan says, "Therefore, if You will worship before me, all will be Yours." (v.7)

Jesus rejected Satan; the Silver Surfer rejects Doom.

And now we know the players: the Surfer is a christos figure, Doom is the devil, Galactus the destroyer of worlds is a God-like being, and the Fantastic Four are obviously the highly evolved superhumans/neo-Nephilim heroes.


Doom is also enlisted by the military to help save the world, but he is actually out for selfish gains. We know from the Book of Revelation that when Satan is released for a time he goes out to deceive the nations. Revelation 20:
"Now when the thousand years have expired, Satan will be released from his prison and will go out to deceive the nations which are in the four corners of the earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them together to battle, whose number is as the sand of the sea."


As the Destroyer nears Earth, Doom steals the surfboard and the mandatory chase/fight ensues. We also learn that the Surfer is not all that bad; he only serves the Destroyer to save his own world. He is only the herald (prophet), forced into this job to save his own people.


The Fantastic Four make quick work out of Doom; he is thrown into a body of water symbolic of the abyss. But the Destroyer is still enroute. Only the Surfer can stop him. He is reunited with his board and heals Susan Storm, who, incidentally, is the only female in the group and the only one capable of producing children; without her there is no more super-race.

It is here that the Surfer has an epiphany. He realizes that, "We do have a choice." He does not have to serve (God) anymore.


It seems more significant now that the final battle occurs in China. All we hear these days in the MSM is booming China, China to surpass the US, China owns the US... China, China, China.

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Even the arks [safe havens] in the film 2012 were located in China.


The Destroyer of worlds closes in.


The city goes dark. The symbolic association here equates God with darkness.


The Silver Surfer flies up into the Destroyer's tornado-like funnel and says, "I will no longer serve."--recall that the satanists/Luciferians/occultists/et cetera believe that rebellion is a courageous act.

First he rebels, then he sacrifices himself by turning himself into a bomb; ergo, he becomes an anti-christ, a substitute christ, giving his life to save mankind.


After a huge explosion killing Galactus, light returns to the city below. The first sign we see coming back on is the "New Century" Chinese medicine store with a picture of ginseng root--known for its man-like shape. Even the word ginseng means "man root." So here we have a representation of the dawning of the New Age of Man.

The New Age begins in China? From idiot savant George Soros: “Today, China has not only a more vigorous economy, but actually a better functioning government than the United States.” (From George Soros Touts China As Leader Of New World Order)


After God has been dealt with, Reed and Susan can finally get on with their marriage and producing highly evolved super-children. Another crisis develops, but this time they hurry through with it and finally get married.

Strange how they end up in Japan to get married.


The four rush into the Fantasticar and fly off, not leaving before they skywrite a circled 4 above.

Which means this star is over Japan--land of the rising sun(star); We drew some parallels between Japan/sun/Operation Odyssey Dawn/etc. in the Operation Odyssey Dawn report as a pre-enactment of the imminence of Planet X.


...which is actually a crypto-pentagram. The symbol of Venus, Lucifer, the bringer of gnosis, and higher Man. Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man: Man is the measure of all things.


The unfinished pentagram is a symbol of the Great Work in progress: to perfect humanity, or the creation, or re-emergence, of the master race.

The crypto-pentagram could also serve as a symbol for a hidden star, which is another way of describing the brown dwarf as it is not visible. One might even see both as unfinished stars: a brown dwarf not having the mass to ignite into a full blown star like our sun.

Compare the themes here with The Day The Earth Stood Still: evolution of man, a destructive force coming to earth, and a rebellious prophet who sacrifices himself for mankind.

Now add to the above-mentioned themes: royal wedding, Planet X, astronauts, and China.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Is Wormwood Nibiru?


Revelation 8:10-11:
"Then the third angel sounded: And a great star fell from heaven, burning like a torch, and it fell on a third of the rivers and on the springs of water. The name of the star is Wormwood. A third of the waters became wormwood, and many men died from the water, because it was made bitter."
If one begins to consider the possibility of the brown dwarf/Planet X/Nemesis/Nibiru star, then one has acknowledged four key points:

A) The existence of brown dwarfs.
B) Long orbit celestial objects.
C) The possibility of ours being a binary star system.
D) Events and actions on the ground suggesting its existence: chemtrails, D.U.M.B.s, the DFC, seed vault, etc.



So it makes sense to at least entertain the notion of a Nibiru. The question then arises if this Nibiru is the Wormwood written about in Revelation 8? This question arises because people keep calling it "wormwood." Many of the Planet X/Nibiru researchers, most of whom put out some otherwise good intel, keep throwing out the line, "The Bible calls it wormwood." Even some Christian researchers are invoking the term without ever providing any reasoning why. It seems that anything in space coming towards earth is going to be tagged "wormwood" by at least a few people.

Well, it isn't; it can't be.

Ergo, here are the three key points why Nibiru isn't the "wormwood" of Revelation 8:

A) The accounts in Revelation 8 are past events. Why is it that the Historicist view of Revelation gets almost no press at all? This is an important question.

B) The "star" in Revelation 8 is not a literal star. The books of the Bible need to be analyzed within the context of type and language: church teaching, historical accounts, poetry, song, and prophecy. A distinction between literal and figurative language needs to be made--especially where Revelation is concerned.

In some parts of the Bible, a star is a star; however, where figurative language is employed, stars are either angels or people:

Angels:
"The mystery of the seven stars which you saw in My right hand, and the seven golden lampstands: The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands which you saw are the seven churches." (Rev 1:20)
People:
"And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever." (Dan 12:3)
Or false teachers:
"Raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame; wandering stars, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever."(Jude 1:13)

C) Wormwood is a person. This "star" is wormwood because they poisoned the water--not literal water either: these are the living waters:
"But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life." (John 4:14)
Therefore, Wormwood would have been a very influential authority and/or religious figure who corrupted the truth. The identity of Wormwood is not the subject here, only that Wormwood is not Nibiru/Planet X/ Nemesis or whatever else.

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Deep Impact




Ed. Note: Haven't posted anything for quite awhile due to some hard times here at NWOIB headquarters, but some attempts will be made to dash off some reports from the backlog more frequently. Also, there have been a lot of very interesting and useful comments over the past few months; I just haven't been able to respond to them and I'm really sorry about that. I hope no one feels ignored or put off.

Anyway, in light of the worldwide high weirdness going on, seems like as good a time as any for a look at the 1998 disaster flick Deep Impact--another of the Ark-themed doom films.

The film begins with the discovery of a comet headed for Earth. A teenage boy, Leo Beiderman, at an astronomy club outing notices the unusual object through his telescope. He then alerts astronomer Marcus Wolf, who soon discovers that the object is going to hit Earth; however, Wolf dies in a car accident before he can alert the world.


Back in Washington D.C., there is a minor political scandal going on involving the Secretary of the Treasury who has resigned due, supposedly, to an affair with a woman named "Ellie."

When intrepid reporter Jenny Lerner catches up with him, he is packing his boat with supplies just before he bugs out.


Having gotten nothing from the Secretary of the Treasury, but catching the attention of the administration, Lerner is nearly run off the road by the Secret Service and taken to a special meeting with the President.

The President and his aide vaguely acknowledge the "Ellie" affair, then make a deal with Lerner: if she keeps a lid on the story a while longer, then she can have the first question at the upcoming press conference.

During this meeting, the President makes a fascinating statement: "We always thought the deadline for going public was the publication of the budget, since we've spent more money than we can hide." This is interesting considering all the financial stimulus buffoonery of recent years.




That evening, while doing some research, Lerner learns that "Ellie" is really E.L.E., an Extinction Level Event.


That ELE is the Wolf-Beiderman comet.

Now, any good disaster film will have some metaphoric applications--like the oil drillers saving mankind in Armageddon--but this comet seems to insist on it: the name Beiderman is of Germanic origin meaning honest man. So put wolf together with honest man and one can't help but think of something akin to a wolf in sheep's clothing, or maybe even a sheep in wolf's clothing. Something cloaked as something else; deception, a cover story.

If you've been following the comet Leonid Elenin/Nibiru/Nemesis/brown dwarf/Planet X/pole shift saga, then this makes some sense. There are two things we know from disaster films: 1) we will never get the truth from the media, and 2) we will not be told anything until it is almost too late.

The metaphorical options for the comet are too many to discuss here; suffice it to say that the film will soon establish that this doom represents the wrath of God.


When the President does alert the public to the incoming doom, he tells them of a plan: they, together with the Russians, have been secretly building a space ship that is going to nuke the comet!


By now, most readers have probably come across the failing magnetosphere as a possible explanation for the recent weather calamities and mass animal die-offs among other things.

What comes to mind when considering this shield is the story of Job; Satan essentially tells God
that it would be useless to bother with Job since God has put His hedge of protection around him:
"Have You not made a hedge around him, around his household, and around all that he has on every side? You have blessed the work of his hands, and his possessions have increased in the land." (Job 1:10)
It is after God removes His hedge that Job's troubles begin. The Book of Isaiah also refers to a hedge in regards to Israel:
"And now, please let Me tell you what I will do to My vineyard: I will take away its hedge, and it shall be burned; And break down its wall, and it shall be trampled down. I will lay it waste; It shall not be pruned or dug, But there shall come up briers and thorns. I will also command the clouds That they rain no rain on it." For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts is the house of Israel, And the men of Judah are His pleasant plant. He looked for justice, but behold, oppression; For righteousness, but behold, a cry for help." (Isaiah 5:5-7)
What is the magnetosphere if not a literal hedge of protection for the Earth?


Following the press conference, Leo Beiderman becomes a celebrity, especially as the President mistakenly announced to the world that both Marcus and Leo had died. There is no legitimate reason for anyone to have thought that Leo had died, especially a year later, but in Hollywood symbology, when a character is thought to be dead, then is discovered alive, this is a resurrection.

This is part of the film's messiah complex found in so many Hollywood movies these days: this notion that mankind will save himself from God's judgement.


Speaking of the messiah complex, the spacecraft that will save the world is called the Messiah. Not only that, but this ship is powered by a revolutionary nuclear propulsion system called Orion. The Orion messiah was covered in depth in the I Am Legend report.

Now, you know, you just know that these people are going to die saving the world.


The Messiah crew lands on the comet and plants the nukes. They fail of course, and the Wolf-Beiderman splits into two parts, now called the Wolf and the Beiderman.


After contact is lost with the Messiah, the President alerts the public to Plan B:


The ARK cave site. This recalls Revelation 6:
"Then the kings of the earth, the princes, the generals, the rich, the mighty, and every slave and every free man hid in caves and among the rocks of the mountains."
The government has already pre-selected 200.000 important people to enter the ARK; another 800,000 people under 50 are eligible for a National Lottery to enter the ARK.


You can't name your survival vessel the ARK then start filling it with pairs of animals without alluding to the judgment of God.

Again, concerning this incoming celestial body/failing magnetosphere/pole shift, another film report done here comes to mind as oddly referential: Semi-Pro.


There is a scene in which Will Ferral's character scolds his team and points to the sign showing the team's one rule: Everybody Love Everybody, or ELE.


This locker room sign is only interesting in light of the team's name The Tropics; this name is of course ironic as the team is located in Flint, Michigan.


This is unrelated, but above we find Frodo with two rings.

Another eerie flashback in the silly comedy Wild Hogs.


In Wild Hogs we identified a subtext narrating the journey of the four horsemen of the apocalypse to the town of Madrid for a final battle between the forces of good and evil.

This film's Madrid is a fault line/battle zone, while the literal New Madrid fault line imminent catastrophe is being prepared for by FEMA.


The Beiderman fragment enters Earth's atmosphere.


The inbound Beiderman leaves the calling card of the elite.


The Beiderman impact causes massive devastation, but not extinction level. When the Wolf hits it will kill everyone else.

Prior to the above tsumani, the President told everyone to get to high ground. Sound advice:


The Denver Federal Center contains the largest concentration of federal agencies outside Washington D.C.


However, the Messiah crew comes up with a plan to fly the ship into the Wolf comet and set off the remaining nukes. A suicide mission to save humanity.


And it works.


During the reconstruction, President Beck gives a speech in which he continues to repeat the phrase "...but the waters receded." Given the film's ark theme/messiah complex, these words could be taken to mean that we beat God, we outlasted His wrath.

So on one hand we see a typical messiah complex theme disguised as a doom film, but on the other we find yet another node in a weird web of synchronicities:

1) January 8, 2011: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot in Tucson, Arizona.

2) January 25, 2011: Egyptian revolution begins.

3) January 26, 2011: Newsweek runs article titled "Return of the Challenger" regarding Nobel laureate Mohamed ElBaradei's return to Egypt.

4) January 28, 2011: 25th anniversary of the space shuttle Challenger disaster.

5) February 4, 2011: NASA release: "NASA Astronaut Mark Kelly [Gifford's husband] Resumes Training For STS-134 Mission." The mission is to deliver an Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to the ISS.


6) Along with Deep Impact, another film getting a lot of attention lately is The Core--what with the birds and all; It begins with the space shuttle Endeavor crash landing due to electromagnetic disturbance. Co-pilot of the film's Endeavor is Major Rebecca "Beck" Childs. Recall that Tom Beck was the President in Deep Impact.


7) And then this. What the...?