Monday, June 14, 2010

Dubai is Part of a World Conspiracy?

A series done by some one called noreagaaa, don't ask me who he is, I didn't do my homework in that.

"This Series Explores the Revelations in World Religions Regarding the Arrivals of the Antichrist Dajjal, Imam Al-Mahdi, and The Second Coming of The Christ. A Work Inspired by Hashemsfilms and of Course the Words of the Noble Qoran, The Holy Bible, and The Torah, The Arrivals is a Joint Production by truthseekers Noreagaaa and Achernahr."

It is interesting and an eye opener, it makes you see the world from a different perspective.Some of the stuff he mentioned make sense and no one can argue with their truthfulness. It has like 51 parts and 10 minutes each so like 510 minutes = 8 hours and half.

It has its share of bullshit though. This is the part where he mentions Dubai. He says that there are energy regions to draw in either good or evil energy and Dubai is one of them. When you go further in the series you will understand that, according to them, the "bad guys" are trying to draw evil energy in so that they can open a star gate to bring their God anti-Christ.

DON'T laugh okay :P


4 comments:

  1. a lot of it *is* bullshit. there's a part where they show the Fairmont Dubai as having 3 pyramid-like structures at the top.

    not only is that incorrect, but the video's been shot at an angle that only 3 can be seen.

    for me, that alone is enough to discredit the entire 8 hours of film.

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  2. Yes, there is also the part where he says that since the building of Burj Khalifa there have always been fog and clouds around it, which is far from the truth. Nevertheless, there are [i]few[/i] interesting parts in ......

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  3. Someone's been reading Dan Brown novels..

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  4. yay! i cant wait for when the cylons finally come out of the star gates and force humanity (or what's left of it) to live in colonies in space.

    This was probably made as a fake mockumentary for a college movie course.

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