reply to post by cyberjedi
I'm posting this again, in case you didn't see it on another thread.
After watching "Knowing", the "Melancholia" trailer, and this YouTube video [ www.youtube.com...], here's my humble opinion:
After persuading us that a solar flare will destroy the earth, so that we allow aliens with ONE EYE to take our children to a "new planet", while we
sit down, wallowing in "melancholy" and waiting to be fried, "they" will be using hydraulic fracking to set fire to the vast gas deposits under
the US, in order to cause the kind of explosion seen in this film. This will allow them to get rid of us but steal our children to abuse them and feed
off the negative energy generated by abuse, transporting them in spaceships shaped like "Saturn's Tree" (look up images of "Diana's Tree" and
"Saturn's Tree", a lead crystal which looks like a dead upside-down Christmas tree), not to a new planet, but UNDERNEATH THE SEA, perhaps in the
glass submarines seen by some psychics, and perhaps on the surface of the sea, in those "Floating City Ships" busy selling places to the mega-rich
elite even now.
Look at the final scene, where the "golden wheat" waves in the breeze---what does that remind you of? How about waving coral underneath the sea?
Watch the "Saturn's Tree" spaceships rising up from the sea floor, and the huge metallic tree the children are running toward. That's not the
"Tree of Life", but the false tree, the dead tree of witchcraft, the dead "wedding tree", the "Easter egg tree", the metallic tree of Saturn,
otherwise known as Satan. The true message of this film is entirely evil---do not let any All-Seeing ONE EYED ALIENS take your children!!! The Sun is
entirely beneficial to mankind and to all life forms on this planet---no comets are coming to destroy us, and no solar flare will ever harm us---it
will only harm the technology that drives us further and further away from the natural world, because nature connects us to our Heavenly Father, and
"they" want to cut us off from that connection.
Please think about these things. Thank you for reading this.