If you've seen Michael Hoggard's DNA series of DVDs or simply understand some relevant features of the temple that is our body you should enjoy this video: Fibonacci Sequence & Financial Markets includes fractals
The potential for war involving Iran/US/Israel is big in the news. Keep in mind the message of Daniel 8. I suggest that you don't put off for another day what you know now should be done.
Watching "Threshold," the CBS sci-fi series from 2005, is a powerful experience when you understand the deeper truths about the coming triple helix transformation of man. If you've got any doubts about the validity of what I've been presenting through this blog since the end of October 2009, this show should dispell them. I only recently learned of it from reading a comment someone left on one of the videos online featuring Michael Hoggard. I rented it from Netflix. WOW! You can watch all 13 episodes but you'll get about 90% of the benefit from just watching "Trees Made of Glass" (DVD disk 1 of 4, episodes 1 and 2) and the special feature "Behind the Fractal" (DVD disk 4 of 4).
This show contains many of the signal elements of the transformation plot and presents them in an articulate manner. Links are established between the triskelion symbol, a plot by aliens to transform humans into superhuman beings in their own image and triple helix DNA as the feature of such a transformed being. There is a scene that presents us with the concept of how reverse speech can help us discern the alien communication. In the wider context of Threshold there is a crop circle connection, with the featured triskelion symbol matching a crop sign that had appeared in 1996.
The storyline is introduced in an opening monologue that was sometimes used during the shows broadcast. "My name is Molly Caffrey, and I work for the Federal Government. I deal in worst-case scenarios, the unthinkable. On September 16th, 2005, the unthinkable happened. An extraterrestrial object appeared off the bow of a naval freighter. The entire crew was exposed to a high frequency signal. Some died instantly. Others began to change. They are now stronger, more resilient. They dream of alien landscapes. And they are driven by the impulse to infect others. Several of the crewmen are now loose in the United States. They will strike anytime, anyplace, anyone. Their goal: to turn us into them. But I have a plan to stop them. That plan is called "Threshold"." The episodes revolve around a small team of specialists referred to as the "Red Team" who are funded and supported by the U.S. government. Molly's plan is called "Threshold" and the agency formed to implement her plan is known as "Threshold." Each episode involves a new irruption of the hybrid beings on an escalated scale. Throughout the series we see the Red Teams efforts to contain the situation, learn more about the aliens and their agenda and keep the public from learning what is really happening.
Don't think this is "just a show," as though it's somehow disconnected from our reality. Shows come from somewhere, their inspiration and the significant resources behind them. They mean something to the producers and to the viewers. Shows change the future by changing us, having the power to mold our perceptions, influencing us through the powerful channels of visual and audio content. The overspreading antichrist delusion is due in no small part to the widespread distribution of influential multimedia content.
Here are some quotes from the movie script.
This is what the genius mathematician says as he studies the triskelion fractal. "Maybe our definition of dead just changed. It's a graphic representation of an equation that describes a DNA molecule. Now, if I translate into mathematics what this pattern is describing things begin to get a little bit bizarre. I can't even imagine what life based on a triple helix would look like. Whatever it is, it can't be good for the human race." (Arthur Ramsey)
"Say you want to colonize another world, what do you do? You send troops and an armada of spaceships? Wouldn't it be more efficient if you could simply send information, if you could download a program into the indiginous population and turn them into you?" (Molly Caffrey)
"We're connected, you and I. Did you know that? All of us are. We're drawn to each other. We can't help it. God created man in His image. This is no different." (Gunnison)
What I find most interesting about the series "Threshold" is that it presents how higher dimensional non-human entities successfully transform humans into their own image by changing their DNA into a triple helix structure. While the show doesn't expose the truth of how this will happen (mark of the beast/implanted microchip - ncr.com spills some of those beans) it does reveal how the transformation will come by changing DNA from a double to a triple strand structure. Another interesting element is how it presents the nature of this transformation as remaking us into the image of another that is not the Creator of Genesis 1:26, who said, "Let us make man in our image, after our likeness." Another element of significant interest is the recurring triskelion symbol that is said to be a fractal or mathematical representation of a triple helix DNA. This frequently recurring image is said during the show to be the alien's calling card, which validates what Michael Hoggard and others of us have come to understand about the meaning of similar symbols.
This show testifies loudly about the plot to transform double helix mankind into triple helix beastkind. Through occult symbols like the triskelion, spells of witchcraft can and are being cast that prepare human hosts for demonic conversion. While many movies and TV shows contain similar themes and elements, I know of no other that presents the great secret of the ages so openly as "Threshold."
If you watch the show, you'll see why this is such an extraordinary opportunity for us to see and share evidence of the plot. Whether you watch the show or not, you can learn from what I'm sharing in this blog.
Lord willing, I'll continue in the next post.