Guest Movie Commentary: Knowing

A frequent contributer to the comments section at Constance Cumby’s blog who goes by Bella wrote this commentary on the movie Knowing.  Personally I haven’t watched the film but found what Bella had to share about what observed in the movie to be sobering.

The Movie “Knowing”
by Bella

The movie is quite well done and I can see why it is popular. It is an edge-of-your-seat kind of film. Dealing with some underlining fears we have and questions we ask.

Some film critics have called “Knowing” a merger of the occult and sci-fi.

I have seen Knowing. It was suggested to me by some of my fellow anti-occult researchers. They advised me to see it based on its twisting religion into the occult.

This movie is a good preparation to understand occult concepts.

Let me start with this. This entire story I have already read about in various different occult books in different forms. I could tell from the first few minutes what was going to happen in the entire movie, because I have heard this same story many times within the new age/occult. The basis of this idea of this story comes from a popular concept that humans were brought here by aliens from another dying planet and that Adam and Eve were placed here by them. The aliens keep watch over us to help us evolve through our reincarnations. Other occult teachings say we just evolved here, but with the help of these same entities.

Angels/Aliens/Space Brothers/Spirit Guides

I want to clarify what whispering entities were. They represented aliens (better describe in the occult as “space brothers” or spirit guides). They are angels that are the watchers of this planet and its evolution. The space brothers/angels/aliens help the earth evolve. They act as spirit guides to those in the occult. We know them as demons. They call them angels and admit they are fallen angels and include Lucifer as the leader. The difference is the occult teaches they are good and misunderstood by man. They say major religions have wrongly twisted the Morning star, the Illuminated One or Lucifer into a source of evil. They only want what is best for us to live in a one-world-order of peace. They teach we as a planet are going to destroy ourselves but they will come forth and guide us to how to become a united loving world. It is also taught they can remove a select few to a new planet if necessary. The space brothers can appear just as the movie showed, very Aryan. This is the common description of how they take form. When they shed their false skins you can see they are just spirits that even have wings. This is a symbol of the fallen angels that guide this planet. They glowed with light, as Lucifer can appear as an angel of light so can his other followers.

Picture of Ezekiel:

The picture or story of Ezekiel is very common among those occultists that hold this view like Shirley McClain as proof of extraterrestrial life. But as you did deeper this extra terrestrial life in the deep occult teachings they explain them as truly the angels that guide this planet and call them by name Lucifer and the fallen angels. They say their fall was a sacrifice for man, because they are higher evolved beings then humans. They travel by space ships. Maitreya the supposed “Christ” that will come with the “space brothers” is said to arrive in a space ship. This has been my great concern that we will see the false “aliens” at some point to help unite the world for our good. They are our “saviors”. Bringing us truth and knowledge.

Holy Ghost Whispers:

The Holy Ghost whispers but not in this evil way this movie portrays. Remember the demons whisper too. Lucinda took her own life because of these entities. The Holy Ghost does not torture us in this way by forcing His whispers on us. The whisperings were from evil sprits. The proof is that they were terrifying everyone and only creating fear and darkness until the end when the characters submitted to them their free will. Then is when they appeared good…

Auto writing:

The scenes in the movie where two children were hearing whispers that changed to auto writing. Auto writing is a trance like state or semi trance state in which the writer has no idea what they are writing. This state is often reached by meditation but sometimes is spontaneous or has to be developed over time, depending on the individual. There hands are forced to write down what they are being told to write. In the movie the children were so over-taken by these entities that they were forced to write these numbers to the point of even carving them with their fingers till they bled. This is again a very good example of possession of demons and not the Holy Ghost. This is a common occurrence in the occult. A high amount of their books are written via auto writings where the author has no idea what they are writing down. One examples of today, Neal Donald Walsh’s “Conversations With God” series. Demons communicate via auto writing as commonly as they do with inner voices as they did in writing the book “The Course in Miracles” by Helen Schucman. It was written via the inner voice dictation.( this is the course Oprah is pushing) The original writings of the occult when it was brought out of the public all the books were written through channeling of these “space brothers” that dictated what was to be written. This includes the authors Helen Blavatsky and Alice Bailey.

Spiritual Stones:

Polished basalt stones appear to have been used in the film to amplify the voice of the “whisper people”. They also helped the characters recognize the location where the aliens would land and know that the “whisper people” had been in a location, as they would drop them off. Stones and crystals are used heavily by occultists and are believed to have various spiritual powers and associations. Basalt is associated with the underworld being black and volcanic in origin, making it an obvious symbol of Satan. The film twists this symbolism into something good and symbolic of salvation.

Indigo/Crystal children:

It is taught now in the occult about the amount of children being born with psychic gifts. These children have gifts of prophecy, auto writing, channeling spirits, hearing voices, seeing visions etc. They are considered to be the ones that will follow the doctrines of the occult and help create a world of peace following the “space brothers” and what they teach. There are books that show you how to help them. What is interesting is that fact that they admit these children are strong willed and will not listen to authority. They say this is a good thing. They run to a beat of a different drummer and will tear down the old religions and build the new one-world spirituality.

Destruction by fire:

The occult teaches that the world was destroyed by a flood by the “Space brothers” now it will potentially be destroyed by fire. But we have a means of escape if we listen to them. They are teaching us now through writers that are teaching these things to the mass public even on Oprah. They teach we can avoid Armageddon if we listen to the space brothers and follow their advice.

The Locket:

The locket is given to the Father of the boy from his dead wife. It was inscribed with a statement about being together forever. This could be taken that they will see each other in Heaven. I wonder though if the meaning was occult in nature. The occult does teach that families do stay together within the occult for they keep reincarnating with loved ones. You are drawn to each others as soul mates and family relations continue just in different forms. Some times the parent becomes the child or grand child the spirits change from male to female in different incarnations etc. These souls keep working things out together life after life in groups. I think that may have been what was implied over seeing their family in Heaven.

Gospel Doctrines in the Movie:

In the movie there is Zero teachings of God except by the Pastor’s family and it is weak in doctrines so it leaves a gapping hole of the intent of what they really believed. Many Christian Pastors are teaching occult concepts now. So the wording was ambiguous New age/occult are replacing atheist views, so it is hard to tell what the lead character’s Father really believed anyway. Nor does it matter, for the intent of the movie was not to bring you closer to God as we know Him but to make you more acquainted with the doctrines of the occult, which it did very well.

Garden of Eden end:

The two children were dropped of on one of the many worlds that was talked about in the beginning of the movie that can hold life. The tree in the end was the symbol of the tree in the Garden of Eden. If you noticed there were many space ships dropping off children. They would not take adults. Why? Children are the occult’s future. They are waiting for the old ways and views to die off and only have the new teachings of the “ways” of the space brothers, their doctrines and teachings. The only ones they saved were the ones that hear the “call” this again is an occult use. The call is the awakening to hearing and understanding the entities whispers and if you notice they could only go “if” it was their free agency. It is taught in the occult you must submit your free agency to these entities for them to have control. Lucifer is bound by that law. They did not take a whole righteous civilization only children that heard the call and that were teachable by them.

This movie is a great indoctrination into many of the teachings that are becoming popular today. The merging of angels, demons into aliens seems to be a big goal at this time. They want us to look at demons as wise more advanced entities from other planets. It may appear as sci-fi and just a fun movie and have religions symbolisms, but that is the great deception. This is how they are slowing boiling us as frogs, introducing us to these concepts via an fictional film, yet much of the data is not fiction but doctrines preached and already written down by demons within occult writings. They are taking all we know as good and calling it evil and all we know as evil and calling it good, then twisting and redefining everything to fit their own meaning. They are merging Christian teachings with the occult. That is why so many recognize truths in this film. They are just twisted into a new meaning preparing us for what is to come and what is going on now.


Movie Commentary: Bella

From time to time on this blog I will make comments on movies, television shows, or other culturally significant issues. When I make comments on a movie I am not going to censor content. So if you do not want content spoiled it is best to read my thoughts after viewing said movie.  If I think a movie is not worth viewing I will state so up front.

            This weekend I watched the movie Bella with my wife and mother.  I had heard good things about this movie and heard it had a strong positive pro-life,  even pro-God/Christianity message. 

            In watching the film, I found the message to be rather straight forward. In terms of the message of the film I found it to be a mixed bag.  On the positive side, the movie definitely has a strong pro-life message. It stresses the importance of relationships and the value of life.  I did find the movie to contain more elements of kharmatic thought over essential Christian themes. 

            The main character essentially saves the life of a child, in essence undoing the life he cost.  It came off as promoting the good done to replace the bad. Some elements of it would seem to fit into an episode of  My Name is Earl without the humor. 

            It do admit that the movie does have a strong positive message. It does a good job of showing a character moving beyond being wrapped up in self and reaching out to others but again it comes off more as kharmatic versus essential Christianity. The main character even is shown with a guru-like, messiah type persona. Perhaps you could stretch the presentation to have allegorical references but the essential themes of the film do seem to fit kharmatic line of thought.

            In terms of the pro-life message I did find it to have value. However, I look at the content of the film and the emphasis on the life of the child and I see the persistent cultural theme of having a child is the apex of humanity. The film does a good job of contrasting selfish pursuit versus looking out for others. However, I do not see complete selflessness in the film. 

            The film did have some moments referencing God, including a blind-man interacting with the two main characters with a sign behind him stating “God made me blind so that I might see” (any errors are do to my faulty memory.)  If anyone who reads this blog and has different thoughts please share them. Am I missing something in this film?  Is the value of this film simply the pro-life message?  I would appreciate any comments.