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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Oslo/Utoya – Norway Attacks & Psychological Operations in the New Age. #Oslo #Utoya #psyop


Norway 2011 Attack 


Police: At least 87 dead in mass shooting, bombing in Norway…


2011 Tucson, Arizona shooting


Arizona 2nd gunmen sought…


Virginia Tech massacre


Jokela school shooting – Finland


Amish school shooting


Columbine High School massacre


Port Arthur massacre (Australia)


Psyop Wikipedia


Norway to quit Libya operation by August





There are unexploded bombs in Oslo – Norwegian police…


Unexploded bombs found on Norwegian island…


Oslo police terror drill 48 hours before attack


Police Took 2hrs to reach Island.


Report of Gunman talking into headset.





2nd Shooter – Norway


Photo of 2nd suspect.







Columbine Student Reports Three Gunmen






FBI on Columbine: “Bombs Too Sophisticated”


NATO at Columbine High School on 4/20/99?


1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia…


Missiles slam into central Belgrade – April 20th 1999…:WORLD

“NATO took advantage of clear skies on Tuesday to step up bombing raids across Yugoslavia, including some daylight attacks on Pristina and other parts of Kosovo.”




Libyan Rebel Leader feared to be Controlled by Gadaffi – Assassinated.

Fear, confusion among Libya’s rebels after killing

BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — Fear and confusion have gripped the de-facto rebel capital in eastern Libya after the rebel military chief was shot dead.

Heavy gunfire crackled throughout Benghazi early Friday as residents worried that the death of Abdel-Fattah Younis could shatter their military, leaving the rebel-held east vulnerable to attack by Moammar Gadhafi’s forces.

Much remains unclear about Younis’ death. A rebel leader said Younis was summoned for questioning but shot dead with two aides before he arrived. He said rebels arrested someone for the attack, but had not found the bodies.

Rebel security officers said earlier that they had arrested Younis for questioning about alleged ties to Gadhafi’s regime, raising the possibility he died in their custody.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP’s earlier story is below.

BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) — The head of the Libyan rebel armed forces was shot and killed Thursday just before arriving for questioning by rebel authorities, their political leader said in a carefully worded statement to reporters that gave few details on who was behind the killing.

Adding to the confusion, the rebels had said hours earlier they had already detained the commander, Abdel-Fattah Younis, on suspicion his family might still have ties to the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, raising questions about whether he might have been assassinated by his own side.

Such a scenario would signal a troubling split within the rebel movement at a time when their forces have failed to make battlefield gains despite nearly four months of NATO airstrikes against Gahdafi’s forces. It could also shake the confidence of the United States, Britain and several dozen other nations that have recognized the rebel council as Libya’s legitimate leaders.

Announcing the killing at a press conference where he did not take questions, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, head of the rebels’ National Transitional Council, called Younis “one of the heroes of the 17th of February revolution,” a name marking the date of early protests against Gadhafi’s regime.

He said two of the commander’s aides, both colonels, were also killed in the attack by gunmen and that rebels had arrested the head of the group behind the attack. He did not say what he thought motivated the killers.

Younis was Gadhafi’s interior minister before defecting to the rebels early in the uprising, which began in February. His abandoning of the Libyan leader raised Western hopes that the growing opposition could succeed in forcing out the country’s ruler of more than four decades.

Rebel forces, however, held mixed views of the man, with some praising him for defecting and others criticizing his long association with Gadhafi.

Hours before the commander’s death was announced, rebel military spokesman Mohammed al-Rijali had said Younis was taken for interrogation from his operations room near the front line to the de facto rebel capital of Benghazi in eastern Libya.

Later, Abdul-Jalil presented a different scenario, saying Younis had been “summoned” for questioning on “a military matter,” but that he had not yet been questioned when he was killed.

He also called on all rebel forces to intensify their efforts to find the men’s bodies, but did not explain how the deaths were discovered.

Further complicating matters, another security officer, Fadlallah Haroun, told The Associated Press before Abdul-Jalil’s announcement that security had found three badly burned bodies. Two of them were dead and one was unconscious, Fadlallah said, adding that one was known to be Younis, though they didn’t know which one.

“We formed a fact-finding committee to go the scene because we found three bodies that were burned so badly we couldn’t tell from the faces who was who,” he said.

U.S. and British officials said they were unable to confirm details of the reports but were looking into them.

Abdul-Jalil never clearly said who he thought was behind the attack, but he called on rebel forces to ignore “these efforts by the Gadhafi regime to break our unity.”

He also issued a stiff warning about “armed criminal gangs” in rebel-held cities, saying they needed to join the fight against Gadhafi or risk being arrested by security forces.

Since the uprising’s start, rebels have gained control of Libya’s east and pockets in the west.

In the western Nafusa mountain range southwest of the capital, Tripoli, hundreds of rebels launched a broad offensive against government forces Thursday, seizing three small towns and advancing on others to secure a major supply route near the Tunisian border, rebel spokesmen said.

Four rebel fighters were killed and several wounded while taking the small towns of Jawsh, Ghezaya and Takut, Abdel-Salam Othman said. He said rebels captured 18 government soldiers, as well as weapons and ammunition.

Associated Press writers Ben Hubbard and Karin Laub contributed to this report from Cairo.

Copyright © 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. 

Terence Mckenna’s Time Wave Zero Debunked #TerenceMckenna #TwiceWaveZero #2012

Terence Mckenna’s Time Wave Zero Debunked (video)






David Icke Debunked #DavidIcke

David Icke Debunked


First a quick update. Many of the videos on this blog are currently down because of a false copyright claim from Gregg Braden on my video “Gregg Braden Debunked” Which caused my primary Youtube account to be shut down. The material I used of his was covered under “fair use” as it was obviously for the purposes of critique. I will be updating the embedded videos on this site over the next few days, so please for give my mess.

Now on to Icke. Although Icke currently says that he doesn’t think anything will happen on 2012, he used to say it quite boldly:

Another important date may well
be December 21st 2012, when the calender system left by the Mayans in Central
America more than 1600 years ago, predicted that a great cycle for the Earth would
end. – And the Truth Will Set You Free – pg. 452

He also talks about it here in this video:

In any case I thought some of you might be interested in my new 2.5 hour video looking in to “Spiritual Evolution” I called it “David Icke Debunked” Although those at the Prison Planet Forums have renamed my thread (as they often do) “Chris White Documentary: Spiritual Evolution Debunked… Case Study: David Icke” Which I think makes it a bit more appropriate for this 2012 blog as well.

So here it is, for footnotes, transcripts and free downloads and DVDs go to :


Ancient Astronaut Theory Meets 2012 #2012

Ancient Astronaut Theory Meets 2012


by Cris D. Putnam of
Apocalyptic fervor is running high.  Maybe it’s the downturn in the economy or the tension in Israel but everyone seems to be feeling it. It has been building up for a few years too. There was that titanic tsunami in South East Asia and a devastating earthquake in Haiti too. Not to mention the emergence of communist China as America’s economic overlord and the burgeoning trend toward technocracy. While Alex Jones is frantically screaming at the top of his lungs about the NWO, most of the population is still oblivious to the incoherence of the government’s official 9/11 conspiracy theory. Religion is on a slippery slope as well. Sure there is plenty of Oprah inspired pantheism but the zeitgeist of the decade is leaning toward the new atheism promoted by Dawkins, Hitchens and crew.  While it is quite reassuring that the enemies of Christianity seem to be doing everything in their power to fulfill end times bible prophecy (2 Pet 3:3, 2 Tim 3:1-2, 2 Thes 2:3, Mat 24:11), I cannot say when the tribulation proper will begin. It feels imminent… or maybe it is just me?

Almost a year ago, Andrew Hoffman asked me if I would like to contribute a piece to this blog. I felt honored and I really wanted to but I just drew a blank. Chris White has done a masterful job of debunking the pseudoscience behind the major 2012 theories.  So much so, I thought that there really wasn’t a whole lot left to say. After all, the Mayan’s did not really predict the end of the world, their calendar just ends. There’s really no galactic alignment that amounts to anything more than an earthbound frame of reference. Unfortunately, nebular energy vortexes are probably not going to evolve our collective consciousness resulting in Utopian world peace. Finally, the return of Nibiru is only a Sumerian spin on some science fiction dreamed up by Zechariah Stichin. It’s all bogus. It would be like beating a dead horse.

Yet recently Chris returned with a brilliant post on the origins of 2012 theories. I was aware that Terence McKenna’s timewave theory was a product of some ayahuasca induced sorcery. But even more, it turns out that nearly all of these 2012 ideas are based on the metaphysical musings of trance channelers and demonic dingbats rather than sound physical science. Now all of this got me interested in 2012 again!  Channeling is just willing demon possession. Thus, this site has a doubly appropriate title (the blind leading the blind) because 2012 theory is literally the eschatology of demons (1 Tim 4:1). As a Christian apologist, dragging the darkness out into the light is a biblical mandate (Eph 5:11).

In exposing the “cosmic powers of this present darkness” (Eph 6:12), I often find that their hatred of the truth infects their reasoning. From Chris’s research I think we can all agree that they are fueling the 2012 meme. The purpose of this essay will be to unpack some the arguments they are inspiring and to point out their fallacy. I believe that the mass media is their most visible tool of manipulation. It follows that when it moves from the fringe to prime time, the push is on. There has been quite a bit of hype lately. Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory did a 2012 show. The History Channel ran a 12 episode apocalyptic series called the Nostradamus Effect which I found fascinating. However, now the Ancient Aliens series is not only promoting 2012 but even more disturbing, an arrogant atheism.  This piece will focus on them.

There can be no doubt that the Ancient Aliens show has an antichristian agenda. While it was somewhat subdued in the first season, it is becoming more virulent. In season one they quote mined LA Marzulli twisting his testimony with some rather obvious editing to give the impression he was positing Noah as a Nephilim hybrid when, in truth, he was arguing exactly the opposite.[1] This is a highly disingenuous way to make a case and calls all of their research into question. In academia it would completely discredit you and ruin your career but they count on a credulous public. If they are willing to so blatantly misrepresent a former pastor like LA, they will likely stop at nothing ethically to further their questionable agenda. Furthermore, the History Channel has a history of this behavior. In 2003 they interviewed biblical scholar Dr Michael Heiser and a few other Christians for the show UFOs and the Bible. Dr Heiser’s interview was cut entirely and Guy Malone’s was twisted out of context. For a detailed account, read this.  What is the motivation? Could it be profit, pride or is it perhaps something even darker?

In season two episode two “Gods and Aliens”, within the first few seconds they audaciously claim “our ancestors misinterpreted extra-terrestrials as gods because that was the only way they could explain away what they witnessed.”[2] My first thought was to ponder what exactly he meant by “explain away?”  Usually that phrase is indicative of a rival explanation, so one wonders, “as opposed to what alternate ancient explanation?”  It seems more accurate to me that Giorgio Tsoukalos is attempting to explain away the eye witness testimony of the ancients with an even more dubious and far removed ancient astronaut theory. At 22 minutes into this episode, David Childress revisits how in the various mythological traditions and in “even the bible” we find stories about the “sons of God or actual gods from Mount Olympus” who came to earth in pursuit of human woman. Then it crossfades to Tsoukalos,

“When all these encounters happened and women slept with those gods, which can be found in multiple texts all around the planet, that those women actually had sex with extraterrestrials, not with godsbecause gods do not exist.” [3]

Boldness aside, that sort of sophomoric reasoning is rather astonishing even for the History channel. His argument boils down to: (P1) if gods don’t exist, it must be aliens (P2) gods do not exist, therefore it had to be aliens. A basic undergraduate philosophy class should have taught him that a valid argument is not necessarily a sound one. It can only be sound if the premises are true. But how can he possibly justify premises one or two? They are just unsupported assumptions. Yet worse, premise one is actually a non sequitur because it simply does not follow that aliens are the only alternative to gods. It could have been time traveling atheists with perplexing pompadours posing as ancient alien astronauts just to get a date. (Maybe Tsoukalos knows more than he’s telling.) Premise two is just as bad, in that one would have to have exhaustive knowledge of the universe to claim it to be true. Even the likes of Dawkins do not claim so emphatically that “gods do not exist.” It can’t be proven.

Furthermore, he is exhibiting a curious chronological snobbery which is characteristic of the entire series. Ancient cultures were nowhere near as superstitious and stupid as they’re portrayed to be. For instance, after Jesus’ resurrection the first response by Mary upon discovering the empty tomb was that someone had stolen the body (Jn 20:2). The ancients were intelligent people. More than likely, they built the pyramids with no help from UFOs.[4] But they certainly were driven by a sense of the divine. They believed in and worshipped their gods. I think they had better reasons than most scholars think. In truth, we might actually be getting dumber but our collected and collective knowledge masks it. Seriously, Isaac Newton invented calculus and most of classical physics with just a quill and an oil lamp. Mozart was composing full symphonies as a child. Are people still thinking at that level? After all, the arguments presented by this Ancient Aliens series do support my de-evolution theory.

I hope that it is obvious that I am arguing from a Christian worldview. My tone is sarcastic but I feel there is biblical warrant for it (1 Kn 18:27; Gal 5:12). I accept biblical authority in matters of history and truth and I think the Bible has a better answer. Why is ancient astronaut theory preferable? I argue that it is less coherent than taking the ancient accounts at face value. For instance, when Tsoukalos assumes that extraterrestrials are more reasonable than gods he is making the same blunder that Richard Dawkins made in the movie Expelled when he was asked about the origin of life:

Ben Stein: How did it get created?

Dawkins: By a very slow process.

Ben Stein: Well, how did it start?

Dawkins: Nobody knows how it got started. We know the kind of event that it must have been. We know the sort of event that must have happened for the origin of life.

Ben Stein: And what was that?

Dawkins: It was the origin of the first self-replicating molecule.

Ben Stein: Right, and how did that happen?

Dawkins: I told you, we don’t know.

Ben Stein: What do you think is the possibility that Intelligent Design might turn out to be the answer to some issues in genetics or in Darwinian evolution.

Dawkins: Well, it could come about in the following way. It could be that at some earlier time, somewhere in the universe, a civilization evolved, probably by some kind of Darwinian means, probably to a very high level of technology, and designed a form of life that they seeded onto perhaps this planet. Um, now that is a possibility, and an intriguing possibility. And I suppose it’s possible that you might find evidence for that if you look at the details of biochemistry, molecular biology, you might find a signature of some sort of designer.

Ben Stein (as narrator): So Professor Dawkins was not against Intelligent Design, just certain types of designers such as God.[5]

The egregious error is that directed panspermia doesn’t attempt to answer the question of the origin of life; it only pushes it up a level. All we need do is ask Dawkins, “Who made the aliens?”  Of course, we can ask the purveyors of Ancient Astronaut theory the same question.

A biblical worldview has more explanatory power for the reality we experience. We live in a cause and effect universe. An infinite regress is irrational. It simply follows that if there is anything at all, then somewhere somehow something necessarily has the power of existence within in itself. In theology we call this aseity. It comes from the Latin a, meaning “from,” and se, meaning “oneself.” It is God’s attribute of being eternal, underived, necessary, and dependent on no other.[6] So when faced with ultimate questions like “Why is there something rather than nothing?” Theism has the only coherent response: God is eternal. He existed before everything and He brought everything into being. Anything else is an exercise in futile thinking. That is why the Bible unabashedly pronounces that “The fool says in his heart, ‘There is no God.’” (Ps 14:1)

Although many English translations mask it, the Bible has very good answers to the questions posed by the Ancient Astronaut theorists. The little ‘g’ gods absolutely did influence the ancients but they owe their existence to Yahweh. Because God is self-existent it follows that all other spirits are created and necessarily have a beginning. The Bible speaks of these gods sitting in a divine council presided over by Yahweh (Ps. 82, Job 1:6, Dan 7:9ff.). Michael Heiser, an authority on the subject, has addressed this in indirectly his novel The Facadeand directly in his scholarly work. He calls it the “Deuteronomy 32 worldview.” This is a paradigm based on the event after the tower of Babel incident when Yahweh gave the surrounding nations over to lesser gods while taking Israel for himself (Deu 32:8, ESV). [7] There is an epic cosmic narrative of celestial conflict running through the Bible. If you want to learn more about it, I highly recommend Dr. Heiser’s work.

This all comes full circle with the latest episode entitled “Alien Devastations.”[8] In this episode we ponder that “For Centuries man has lived at the mercy of the forces of nature, but can devastating natural disasters have really been caused by extraterrestrial forces?”  At 11:50 we learn that Noah was warned of the great flood by the aliens and that the aliens may or may not have caused it as well. Then we move forward to the 2004 tsunami and the UFO sightings that allegedly preceded it. Perhaps there is something to the sightings. I do not necessarily dispute them but while they are postulating aliens, you could exchange it for the Deuteronomy 32 worldview and follow right along.  Next at 15:28 we have footage of a triangular shaped object in the volcanic ash of the  2010 eruption in Iceland. Some say it’s just a flock of geese, but the shape of it honestly reminds me of the Phoenix lights sighting.  Then we are considering the high correlation of UFO sightings and all “so called natural disasters.” Again if there is anything otherworldly to any of it, insert the Deuteronomy 32 worldview and all of this speculation can be coherently explained within a biblical paradigm. But for the Ancient Aliens crew, it all comes back to the Mayans.

In this episode they delve into the “higher wisdom” of the Mayans and you guessed it, December 21, 2012. Of course, according to ancient astronaut theory, the amazing mathematical precision exhibited by Mayan’s is not their own but a product of their early contact with the aliens. This is standard operating procedure, and granted there are actually good reasons to believe that the Mayan’s were influenced by the little ‘g’ gods. But it’s not the math or pyramids that leads me to think that. A little detail Ancient Aliens neglected to mention last Thursday was their penchant for human sacrifice. Just like Israel’s Canaanite neighbor’s gods that Yahweh condemns in the Bible (Ps 82:6-7) the Mayan gods have an appetite for human blood.[9] Thus, if there is anything to it at all, the December 21, 2012 date is a prophecy issued by these very same blood thirsty fallen angels.  2012 Deception indeed.

As a final note, I can honestly relate to these guys. My father took me to see the Chariots of the Gods film in the theatre when I was a child and I have always had an interest in this stuff.  I was deceived by it.  It wasn’t until I became a Christian as an adult that I became aware of the occult overtones that often accompany the UFO phenomenon. I don’t think it is a coincidence that Satan is called the “prince of the power of the air” in scripture (Eph 2:2). Even direct proof of extraterrestrial life would not invalidate Christianity but Ancient Astronaut theory cannot deal with ultimate questions. Because the Christian worldview is true, it can address any subject no matter how weird or controversial. If you doubt that, please follow the links to LA Marzulli‘s and Dr. Heiser’s work. It is my hope for you that you will come to see that the Bible has a better answer than ancient astronaut theory.

Guest commentator Cris D. Putnam’s ministry is Logos Apologia.

[1] LA Marzulli. “The History Channel – Spin meisters of the Alien Gospel!” L.A. Marzulli’s Blog (5/19/2010) (accessed 12/27/2010)


[2] Ancient Aliens S02 E02 Gods and Aliens. Performed by Giorgio A. Tsoukalso. 2010. (00:10)

[3] Ancient Aliens S02 E02 Gods and Aliens. Performed by Giorgio A. Tsoukalso. 2010. (22:40 – 22:48)

[4] Shemsu Sesen. Hemienu to Houdin: Building A Great Pyramid – Introduction. (accessed 12/27/2010).

[5] Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed. Directed by Nathan Frankowski. Performed by Richard Dawkins, & Ben Stein. 2008.

[6] G.R. Lewis. “Attriburtes of God.” In Evangelical Dicitonary of Theology, by Walter A Elwell (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2001), 494.

[7]Michael Heiser. “Deuteronomy 32:8 and the Sons of God”. The Divine Council.Com (accessed 12/27/2010).

[8] Ancient Aliens S02 E09 Alien Devastations

[9] Leon-Portilla, Miguel. “Mesoamerican Religions: Pre-Columbian Religions, Maya Religion.” In Gale Encyclopedia of Religion 2nd edition, vol. 9, by Lindsay Jones Ed., 5884. Farmington Hills, MI: MacMillan Reference, 2005. 

What really happens during a Geomagnetic Reversal? #2012

What really happens during a Geomagnetic Reversal?


This is a guest post from Jason @

Theories concerning geomagnetic reversals have been circulating every media outlet playing to 2012 worriers and wonder-ers possible over the past few years. The name itself can be off-putting, but simply stated, a geomagnetic reversal is just that: the change of orientation (reversal) in Earth’s magnetic field (geomagnetic) in regards to the magnetic north and south poles. I’m sure those of you either studying or worrying about Y2012 have wondered if we would or even could undergo a geomagnetic reversal during that time and if that reversal would cause the catastrophes the media has foretold (see the movie, 2012).

In short, the answer is no. The longer version, however, gets a bit more complex. Reversals traditionally happen every 300,000 years or so. We are now considered overdue since the last reversal was close to 780,000 years ago and is often referred to as the Brunhes-Matuyama reversal. It is not known exactly how long the reversal took, but geologists estimate the reversal took  between 1,200 and 10,000 years to complete the process.

Regardless of when, it is imperative that our focus remains on the “how” when trying to negate Doomsayers. These are the people who use a base of fact to allow their own far-fetched ideas to gather power through fear, and thus validation. In regards to geomagnetic reversal as a theory to cause the devastating results we have come to expect from the Media’s 2012, the loudest voice of doom come from Patrick Geryl.

Patrick Geryl believes that a Geomagnetic Reversal is directly linked to a Rotational Pole Shift. Earth’s magnetic field is formed by electrical currents that are generated by motions within the fluid outer core(1). Note that it’s the liquid outer core not the solid inner core that produces magnetism. Geryl seems to think that magnetism is generated at the solid inner core.

According to Geryl, these geomagnetic reversals happen like clock-work. The last being 11,803 years ago and for Braden it was about 13,000 years ago. (3) This is obviously not the case since the last reversal was known to have happened closer to 800,000 years ago then 12,000. In addition, they are hardly cyclical as the doomsayers would like you to think.

Gregg Braden writes in his books that the “falling magnetic field” is directly linked to our consciousness. When the magnetic field is weaker, we are much more vulnerable to be “changed.”(2) Both Braden and Geryl theorize that these reversals are much more common than mainstream science acknowledges.

The difference between Braden and Geryl is obvious. Geryl predicts complete and utter devastation and death. Braden’s theory does not advocate the selling of fear. In the end, you do not need to fear Geomagnetic Reversals. There is no reason whatsoever to believe that they cause harm to life on Earth. There is also no reason to believe that the reversal will take place in our lifetimes. These reversals take time. When a geologist states that a magnetic reversal happens rapidly, you need to realize what rapidly means to a geologist. Thousands, tens of thousand, hundreds of thousands and even millions of years can mean rapidly for a geologist. Other than having to re-orient compasses and navigational devices, life will not be affected by a reversal.

(1) Rothery, D. (2008) Teach Yourself: Geology. London: The McGraw-Hills Company, Inc.

(2) Aveni, A.(2009)The End of Time: The Maya Mystery of 2012. Boulder: University Press of  Colorado.

(3) Stray. G.(2009) Beyond 2012: Catastrophe or Awakening. Rochester: Bear & Company. 

“Evolve This!” Hollywood’s 2012 Agenda in the Film Paul #2012

“Evolve This!” Hollywood’s Anti-Christian Agenda in the Film Paul


Article by Cris D. Putnam of

I took my wife on a date to see the sci-fi adventure comedy Paulwhich has received critical acclaim and earned a respectable 7.4 rating at IMBD. It’s basically a buddy movie about two British comic book geeks who stumble across a real live alien on the lamb from the feds. What you don’t see in many of the reviews is that it is an unambiguous yet subtly subversive piece of anti-Christian propaganda. The bias and ridicule are ubiquitous and aggressive. If this sort of parody had been aimed at Muslims, the critics would have denounced it as spiteful hate mongering. Of course, in Hollywood mongering is a mandate and hate is a virtue as long as it is aimed toward Christianity.

As the two bungling protagonists assist their little alien buddy Paul in escaping from the men in black they come across two Christians, a father and daughter, Moses and Ruth Buggs . The deleterious caricature is transparent as they are portrayed as ignorant hicks isolated in a cultic subculture correlated to the suppression of everything fun. Kristen Wig’s character, Ruth, wearing a one lensed pair of glasses to hide her defective eye, enters the scene wearing a T-Shirt picturing Jesus shooting Charles Darwin in the head, which reads, “EVOLVE THIS.” This offensive shirt is now being marketed by the producers.[1]








She is asked, “Why would Jesus want to shoot Charles Darwin?” She answers curtly, “Because of his blasphemous theories! …Are you men of God?” The response, “We’re men of science… ya know, we believe in the establishment of a biological order through the maelstrom of physical and chemical chaos.” Ruth promptly retorts, “The world is only 4,000 years old and can only be the product of intelligent design.” This is the nature of the parody. It’s inane and obvious enough.

Of course, the Dawkobots are rolling in isles over this sort of lampoon but the typical agnostic probably only finds it mildly amusing. Yet, it’s loaded with disingenuousness that likely slips by the average non-Christian. The most heinous aspect is that no real disciple would ever wear a shirt portraying Jesus shooting Darwin or anyone at all for that matter. In case this escapes you, Jesus is the one who taught “Love your enemies” (Mat 5:44). Not to mention, as the omnipotent author of life he would hardly need a weapon. When Peter tried to protect him from the cross he admonished, “Put your sword back into its place. For all who take the sword will perish by the sword” (Matt 26:52).

In contrast, one would have to say the characterization of order from chaos was generously accurate given scientific materialism. However, the 4,000 years is completely disingenuous as not even the most hard core young earth creationists would argue such a view. The next point is more subtle and indeed the most subversive because intelligent design is attached. While intelligent design denies that “biological order comes from the maelstrom of physical and chemical chaos”, it does not entail a denial of evolution nor a belief in a young earth. The actual proponents of ID define it as such:

Within biology intelligent design is a theory of biological origins and development. Its fundamental claim is that intelligent causes are necessary to explain the complex, information-rich structures of biology and that these causes are empirically detectable.[2]

Yet the average movie viewer has just been conditioned to associate ID with an exaggerated parody of young earth creationism. Of course the typical moviegoer is enjoying the comedy and is not likely engaging this material critically enough to see they are being manipulated. That is how good propaganda works.

But that is not really the worst aspect of Paul’s anti-Christian agenda. When Ruth first sees Paul she screams “Demon.” While many Christians do believe the UFO phenomenon to be demonic, secular scientists like Jacques Valle[3] and Pierre Guerin[4] see the possibility as well. When faced with the reality of alien life Ruth gladly surrenders her Christian faith and is eager to get about the business of freedom. She has been set free to enjoy what life is really about, swearing and fornicating. As if this is what true freedom is all about. Sadly, nothing could be further from the truth (Jn 8:34).

The mere existence of extraterrestrial life is represented as a complete defeater for Christianity. This is a commonly held misconception that should be addressed. It’s false. Theologians are not at all threatened by the possibility that God has not told us everything. Ted Peters writes,

Now, in my judgment, such alleged conventional wisdom regarding the predicted demise of religion is misleading and unfounded. It is misleading because it commits the fallacy of false alternatives: either believe in the ancient God of Israel or believe the speculative facts about ETIL (extraterrestrial intelligent life). This is a false set of alternatives, because theologians both Christian and Jewish could easily absorb new knowledge regarding extraterrestrial life.[5]

In fact, during his talk at the God Man and ET conference Dr. Michael Heiser presented a case that historically theologians were even branded heretics for not believing that an omnipotent God probably had created other worlds.[6] Thoughtful Christians are so rarely portrayed in Hollywood, if the movie producers ever actually acknowledged one they might lose their faith in hedonism.

Still yet, the anti-Christian polemic gets even worse…

And more subversive… Paul has healing powers. First he heals fundamentalist Ruth’s bad eye winning her to atheism. In one scene he resurrects a dead bird and then promptly eats it quipping, “I’m not going to eat a deadbird am I?” Yes Paul can resurrect the dead. Of course, these powers are attributed to the magical properties of evolution. But as the movie progresses we learn that in healing Paul takes on the wounds of the subject. Paul reveals that it is too dangerous to bring a human back to life. That is, until near the end of the film when Simon Pegg’s character is blasted by Ruth’s violent shotgun toting Father named Moses. Paul himself almost dies in absorbing the deadly wound and saves the day. Sound familiar?

But he was wounded for our transgressions; he was crushed for our iniquities; upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with his stripes we are healed. (Is 53:5)

Curious that I characterized this film as anti-Christian propaganda. In the Greek, the term rendered “antichrist” ἀντίχριστος not only refers to one who opposes Christ but also to one who usurps his position.[7]


[1] “Paul Evolve This Mens T Shirt,” May 4, 2011).

[2]William A. Dembski and Henry F. Schaefer III, Mere Creation: Science, Faith & Intelligent Design (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1998), 16.

[3] “The ‘medical examination’ to which abductees are said to be subjected, often accompanied by sadistic sexual manipulation, is reminiscient of the medieval tales of encounters with demons.” Jacques Vallee,Confrontations, p. 13.

[4] “UFO behaviour is more akin to magic than to physics as we know it… the modern UFOnauts and the demons of past days are probably identical.” Pierre Guerin, FSR Vol. 25, No. 1, p. 13-14.

[5] Ted Peters, “The Astrobiological Delusion Regarding the Future of Religion” Counterbalence, (accessed May 3, 2011).

[6]“God Man and ET,” (accessed May 3, 2011).

[7]James Swanson, Dictionary of Biblical Languages With Semantic Domains : Greek (New Testament), electronic ed. (Oak Harbor: Logos Research Systems, Inc., 1997), DBLG 532.| 

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The Interesting Origin of 2012 Theories #2012

The Interesting Origin of 2012 Theories


This a short video based on our earlier post of the same name:

Nibiru/Elenin Debunked….Again! #Elenin

Nibiru Debunked….Again!


This video shows, the meaning of the Sumerian word from the Oriental Institute.

You can also read Dr Mike Heiser’s debunking of Nibiru at this link.

Heiser did a similar thing as the guy in this video too.

Here is an intro to Heiser’s paper on this matter.

“Is Sitchin correct – Is Nibiru a 12th planet that passes through our solar system every 3600 years? Did the Sumerians know this? Unfortunately for Sitchin and his followers, the answer to each of these questions is no. But how do I know?”