Friday, December 21, 2007

I am Legend - Review

I am Legend - Review

Last night I took in "I am Legend" at Hamilton's cheapest theatre experience -the James Street Cinemas. $9.00 - a real deal these days.I enjoyed the movie, it played on our fears that the end is near and even if you're lucky enough to survive it you might be better off not. The premise is obvious but it's the relationship between him and his dog that is most moving.

Sam, or Samantha, the dog is his only companion for the majority of the time he spends alone in New York (3 years). He talks to her and cares for her and her for him and if you own a dog or have ever owned a dog you will go home when this movie is over and give your dog a big hug!

While the end time is painfully lonely for the main charater, it can at times be painfully slow for the audience. The infected 'people' are scary, but how is it they have the ability to suddenly scale tall buildings and the like? A little miuch, but then, the movie needed the scare factor, otherwise we'd be bored with it after the first hour or so.
As a doomsday movie it has something to offer, it's just not as entertaining as say, "Children of Men".

It's worth the watch - I'd give it a 7 out of 10.

For the quintessential doomsday experience get The Judas Syndrome

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Safe locations during a Pole shift in 2012

Just a quick link here to help those in the know where to end up before 2012 during the eventual pole shift the Earth will suffer either during 2012 or some time in the future.

Safe locations during a Pole shift in 2012.

Brought to you by The Judas Syndrome!

2012 Ancient Hopi prophecy

Keeping 2012 in mind as the end of time - or at least time as we know it - is the comet Holmes.

Comet Holmes is significant since some have argued that itis the Blue Kachina prophesied by Hopi prophesy.

Ancient Hopi prophecy states, "When the Blue Star Kachina makes its appearance in the heavens, the Fifth World will emerge". This will be the day of "Purification".
More food for thought!

Saturday, December 15, 2007

The end times prophesy 2008

From the website comes "2008 - Gods final witness"

From now until the latter part of 2008, many prophecies are going to begin to be fulfilled, especially the Seven Thunders of the Book of Revelation, which the apostle John saw but was restricted from recording. Those thunders are revealed in this book, as well as detailed accounts of the final three and one-half years of man's self-rule on earth, which are recorded in the account of the Seventh Seal of Revelation.
Some of these prophecies concern the demise of the United States over the next year, which will be followed by man's final world war. This last war will be the result of clashing religions and the governments they sway. Billions will die! This time will far exceed even the very worst times in all human history.
As these events unfold, the world will increasingly become aware of the authenticity of the words in this book and realize that Ronald Weinland has been sent by God as His end-time prophet.This book is primarily directed to the people of the three major religions of the world (Islam, Judaism and Christianity), whose roots are in the God of Abraham. Ronald Weinland has been sent to all three.

Well, the book can be ordered free of charge so if you're interested go to The-End

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Apocalyptic Dreaming

Ever had a dream that featured the end of the world? Many have, each has been unique, but at the same time they share one theme. If you have dreaamed of the Apocalypse then you too can express your dream on a site called Apocalyptic Deraming.
Here they allow a dreamer to comment on their own dream of the end and how it might happen.
It also includes sub categories suggesting whether it will be Natures fury that brings about the end times, if it is our fault (i.e. Nukes) and also a section discussing how it will never happen (for the Optimists :))
An interesting and well designed site that is worth checking out if you're at all interested in the concept that the world will end... soon.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Kenyan Cult and Doomsday Prophesy

From the Worldwide Religious News site

""N-test vindicates doomsday prophesy: Kenyan cult" (AFP, October 10, 2006) Kinangop, Kenya - The leader of a Kenyan cult whose followers holed up in mud bunkers last month to ready for the apocalypse said yesterday that North Korea’s nuclear test vindicated their doomsday prophesy. Eliezer Kamotho, an elder of the House of Yahweh sect in Kenya, said Pyongyang’s test was proof the world is about to be engulfed by a nuclear war that the group initially believed would begin on September 12. “We were referred as liars when nothing happened on September 12th 2006, but our prophesy of a nuclear war is imminent,” he said from his bunker in central Kenya’s Kinangop division, a small trading post about 80km northwest of Nairobi. “What has happened in North Korea is nothing new to us as we had openly told the world but nobody cared to listen,” Kamotho said. Displaying an unusual grasp of international affairs for a rural farmer, Kamotho said the test, ensuring world outrage at North Korea and expected UN sanctions against the Stalinist state, marked the beginning of the end. “North Korea is now under pressure from the US and its neighbours and this will result in war,” he said, adding that the spark for the conflict would be in the Middle East on the Euphrates River in Iraq. The war will then draw in Israel, Syria, Iran, India, Pakistan, the US and China as well as North Korea, he said, dismissing as irrelevant his initial warning that Israel’s war against Hezbollah in Lebanon was the trigger. “North Korea is an ally of Iran and both will attack Israel in a bid to assist Syria which will be under attack by Israel soldiers,” Kamotho said. The House of Yahweh is a cult based in the US state of Texas although its followers in Kenya appear to be the only ones planning for the apocalypse. The group attracted attention and concern from local authorities last month when gas-mask-clad believers in long overcoats and gloves took to their poorly constructed mud bunkers to hide from a predicted nuclear winter. Police considered forcibly evicting them from the shelters, which they said were shoddily made and their possible collapse posed a more earthly threat to the members’ lives than a religious prophesy. Despite the failure of nuclear war to begin on September 12 as predicted, cult elders insisted the end was still nigh, first arguing the conflict had not started on time due to international time differences."