Does Disney’s Hercules Predict the Apocalypse – And Will the Nephilim Return in September?
Do not adjust your browsers – apparently, there’s a real concern out there that September 2015 will bring with it the end of the world.
How? Well, we have a few major things to worry about, if – if – we’re willing to believe what’s out there. Are you?
I’ll let you decide for yourself, as usual. Let’s just, uh, take this journey one step at a time.
Oh, right. I mentioned Hercules. It’s what really pulled me into this new doomsday prediction, so let’s open that door first.
The following video (which is quite the trip, if you ask me) proposes that an early scene in Disney’s 1997 animated film Hercules predicts the year in which the apocalypse will occur.
The scene involves the Three Fates using their one eye to prophesize the future of our hero, Hercules. In eighteen years, they reveal, the planets will align, the Titans will roam once more, and Hades will (for a short time only!) conquer the world.
Here’s where it gets weird: If we take the curious leap of viewing this film literally, as the video suggests – that what we’re actually seeing is a message about the end of days, Satan, and the giant Nephilim – 18 years from 1997 is 2015.
“The powers that be in the media are broadcasting that something epic is going to happen in late September of this year. Hollywood has been subliminally injecting the dates of 9-22, 9-23 and 9-24…September 23 is especially significant because it is the Day of Atonement…”
Compelling. What The Neptune Diaries is referring to here, by the way, is something called predictive programming – an alleged form of public indoctrination in which the “powers that be” use popular media to psychologically prepare us to accept their sinister plans (you can see another example in this video, which highlights the opening of 1986’sLittle Shop of Horrors).
“…these events are occurring with surprising frequency that hasn’t been seen in quite some time—four in the next two years. And all of them will fall on Jewish holidays: April 15, Oct. 8, April 4, 2015, and Sept. 28, 2015.” – The Washington Post, Apocalypse now? ‘Blood moon’ prophet explains what’s behind the doomsday predictions
This is completely normal, and it’s happened before. As NASA eclipse expert Fred Espenak said last year, “During the 21st century, there are 8 sets of tetrads, so I would describe tetrads as a frequent occurrence in the current pattern of lunar eclipses.”
“The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before that great and notable day of the Lord come:” – Acts 2:20
“And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood;” –Revelation 6:12
NASA is no stranger to doomsday fears. In 2012, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory did their best to calm fears surrounding the Mayan Prophecies. SETI did the same. NOAA once tried to convince us that mermaids aren’t real, as well, but I refuse to believe them. In short, when it comes to incredible claims, sometimes the experts can’t help but step forward and say, “Now wait a minute.”
“’Nasa knows of no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth, so the probability of a major collision is quite small,’ a Nasa spokesperson said. ‘In fact, as best as we can tell, no large object is likely to strike the Earth any time in the next several hundred years.’ – The Daily Mail, It’s OK, the world WON’T end in September
I’m sure NASA’s Hypothetical Asteroid Impact Scenario back in April did a lot to assuage these fears, as well.
“Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.” – Revelation 12:12
Of course, there’s always the lingering worry that CERN will blow up the planet. Or, perhaps, that they are the agents who will open an interdimensional portal allowing the Annunaki/Nephilim — Titans, if you will — to return to Earth. But we’ve already talked about that.
In other words, if you want to believe, there’s a variety of weird stuff on the table for 2015, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. So mark your calendars. Just remember: as you prep for doomsday, don’t forget to pick up some canned peas.
By Rob Schwarz, Stranger Dimensions