posted on Mar, 27 2011 @ 02:38 PM
Films are a reflection.
Films are created by the writers using the everyday situations humans face.
The writer is the creator of the illusion....much the same as the illusion of our reality has been created.
Anything can happen in either illusion...and it does.
When a synchronicity is noticed between one illusion and another...that is when it sets people to questioning...especially, when they find that one
illusion has predicted something in "real" life.
It holds a person's interest...making them wonder how they would deal with such a situation, should it happen, and to file it away just in
case...If and when such a thing may happen, it is brought to the forefront for comparison. The trick is that many people do not understand how to
separate a screen illusion from a day to day one, and they fade into one another in the collective mind...becoming someone's idea of a prediction in
In Knowing...the oil rig fire was a day to day happening (at one point, there were several fires a day in the Gulf and other oil fields). Since this
particular debacle had not happened yet, nor had Japan and the reactor problem...how do we know that such films are not treasure troves for TPTB to
get creative from? Is it possible that those we attribute certain situations to are that creative? Don't think so...but most writers are...have you
ever noticed how our lives are appearing more "scripted" recently?
Both are illusions...anything can happen.