Could pop culture and the entertainment industry be desensitizing us to something, or for something?
Jack the Giant Slayer Trailer:
Yet ANOTHER movie with some sort of alien/ET-race/giants/nephilim theme … things that make you go “Hmmm” … ?
Why it is so important we understand Genesis 6 and the “days of Noah” — history and current events CAN’T be explained otherwise!
Both LA Marzulli and Rob Skiba have excellent resources on this …
L. A. Marzulli
The ancient war between humans and a race of giants is reignited when Jack, a young farmhand fighting for a kingdom and the love of a princess, opens a gateway between the two worlds.
“Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum–ask not whence the thunder comes,
For between heaven and earth, it’s a perilous place,
Home to a fearsome giant race,
Who hunger to conquer the mortals below,
waiting for the seeds of revenge to grow.”
The Wifey and I went and saw Jack the Giant Slayer last night and this is the subject of todays BLOG. While the movie has a PG 13 rating there is enough gore in it, as giants biting the heads off of humans, to warrant an R rating in my opinion. I went because I had seen the trailer and was intrigued by it. It’s also part of what I do.
Notice the lines of poetry above. I checked them against the original and it is not from the book. The lines have been re-written and this is the reason why I’m discussing it here.
We were sitting near a woman who was with her daughter. After the movie they asked Peggy and I if we liked it. We both nodded and I added, there’s more to the movie than what meets the eye!
The lines of the poem have been altered and now we hear: for between heaven and earth, it’s a perilous place.
As some of you who have read, The Cosmic Chess Match know, I believe what lies between heaven and earth is the second heaven, which is the dwelling place of the Fallen One. We also read in the review, … opens a gateway between two worlds.
Does this allude to the Fallen Ones coming to earth as we read about in Genesis 6? We are told in this passage that the offspring of Fallen Angels and the women of earth were giants!
The giants in the movie are cannibals and feast on the flesh and blood of humans, just like we read about in The Book of Enoch.
I may be reading too much into this and I would love to get a transcript as there was more in the opening scene that I am not able to find on-line.
In closing todays post: I would love to contact the writers of the script and ask a few questions, like who wrote the “new” poem we hear in the beginning of the movie and where did he or she draw the information from. As I replied to the women after the film, there may be more here than what meets the eye.