Saturday, November 16, 2013

Noah Movie Trailer Released (starring Russell Crowe)

Well, the time has arrived.  Just yesterday I saw my first trailer for the new Noah movie.  And it looks amazing!!!  I first found out about the movie on July 13, 2012 and wrote the following blog The New NOAH Movie (Starring: Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Connelly; Producer: Darren Aronofsky).  Please reread that blog now.

After writing the blog, I opened a twitter account and began following the movie’s producer Darren Aronofsky’s ongoing tweets about the movie.  I unashamedly bombarded his twitter account, informing him of the true prophetic meaning behind the story of Noah, and continually linked my short but powerful Noah YouTube video for him to watch.  I also “liked” his Facebook page, and did the same thing, as well as the Facebook pages of other actors in the movie.  Sadly, with all that done, I never heard a single word from anyone.  But I prayed God’s will be done!

Well, now I just got to see the movies trailer yesterday!  And I was STUNNED!  Why?  Because the trailer has scenes of fireballs hitting the Earth, and the Earth burning!!!  Hmmm … did Darren receive my message?  Did he watch my prophetic Noah YouTube video?  Did he change some of the film’s script?

Time will tell!  Can’t wait to see it!

Blessed Sabbath,


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  1. Yes, I did notice the fireballs! Let's hope that he tied it in somehow to Jesus' second coming. We'll see I guess. But I am disappointed to hear about the storyline how many from various religious communities are not happy with it because they say that they director/writers strayed from the biblical story and made up their own stuff. I mean, it is okay to make up a little bit of a storyline and work it around the biblical facts but from what I understood by the people who previewed it is that they went too far off and hardly has anything to do with the original Bible story. They did say in the article that it was NOT finalized and that they wanted feedback from the people who previewed the movie and may make some changes to the script, add and remove scenes etc.

    "Never judge a book by its cover" they say so let's wait and see what it is about. I really hope that God intervened somehow with this one.

  2. Oh yeah, I also like something else that I saw. You know how in most Noah movies they showed the flood being caused by heavy downpours of rain from the sky? Well I liked the fact that they accurately portrayed what the Bible describes and had the water blasting out from the ground! That was biblically accurate and I was very pleased to see that. An amazing sight! So not only did it pour down from heaven but also it shot up from out of the ground, most of it I believe. In Genesis 2 it says that it did not rain in those days as God had set it up so that mists would shoot up from the earth and water where needed I guess. There were probably small lakes and pools here and there but no huge oceans and seas and not enough evaporation for enough clouds to form and for it to rain.

    "It was the six-hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, on the seventeenth day of the month that it happened: all the UNDERGROUND SPRINGS ERUPTED and all the windows of Heaven were thrown open. Rain poured for forty days and forty nights. (Genesis 7:11-12)

    "for the Lord God had NOT caused it to RAIN on the land, and there was no man to work the ground, 6 and a mist[c] was going up from the land and was watering the whole face of the ground..." (Genesis 2:5-6)

    1. I don't think it necessarily didn't rain up until Noah's time based on the Creation passage, “the LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth, and there was not a man to till the ground. But there went up a mist from the earth, and watered the whole face of the ground” (Genesis 2:5-6). As states, "To demand that rain didn’t happen until after the Flood from this passage has no more logical support than to claim, from the passage, that no one farmed until after the Flood." (Of course we know Cain tilled the land.)

      But hopefully the movie indeed contain the elements that Gabriel suggested, especially the fireballs' connection to the Flood. I wonder why there are fireballs too in the trailer. Did they somehow watched Gabriel's video and were influenced by it?

    2. I hope for the fireballs also but I believe that since they were in the trailer they must be a sure thing.

      Regarding the rain, I totally disagree with you on that one. The wording in that verse is clear and cannot be understood another way "God had NOT caused it to RAIN on the land". That means what it says I believe. As we know, of course people farmed. God did curse the earth after the original sin and Adam and his family had to work real hard in order to eat so that is obvious. There was still water around here and there for irrigation but I am sure it did not rain. Probably had to dig a lot of wells to get water for agri and to drink.

      Anyway, this is a trivial detail not worth arguing about but it is interesting to consider. Brother, we can't always rely on other people's interpretations of the Bible as they are all Men in the end and think they know it all but are wrong about many things. We should never blindly believe everything we hear but should simply consider people's opinions and pick up the source, the Holy Bible and read it prayerfully. Sometimes the Lord reveals to us his true meaning behind his word and sometimes he doesn't as he has appointed times to disclose the true interpretation. Just like what is happening now, in the last decade, these end times. The Lord is revealing many secrets behind the ancient Bible stories which have stumped mankind for millennia. Gabriel Ansley's book is full of Truth and most of which was recently disclosed to him by the Holy Spirit to share with the rest of Mankind in order to "Prepare (them) to Meet the Lord".

      Have you read the book "Undeniable Biblical Proof"? If not I highly recommend you do. You can download it for free at:

    3. I agree, Ramsey, on the fact that the Bible is saying "it never rained on Earth from clouds above" before the time of Noah's flood. There are many reasons (prophetic ones included!) that prove this fact. But I'll just re-affirm what you stated earlier, which is simple logic ...

      If Noah's Flood happened, completely covering the Earth, then that water HAS TO BE somewhere today? Where? It's most of today's oceans! This means before the flood, there HAD TO BE much less water on Earth. And I mean MUCH LESS water!

      So, today, we know the cloud formations and rainfall are formed by the oceans absorbing 98% of the sun's heat, sweating it off as evaporation, and then that moisture in the air forms clouds and is driven inland by wind that is also regulated by these temperature differences. Really, the whole "cloud-rain" thing is possible now because of the Earth being covered with 70% water.

      So, before the flood? How was this possible? There wouldn't have been enough water covering Earth to form all these clouds to water the Earth, so God had thought of the solution ... a mist coming up from the Earth! Pretty cool.

      Also, just logically, we know from the dramatic reduction in age-lengths of humans after the flood that something SERIOUSLY different was set up on this globe! Too much to get into, but this is ALSO because Earth is now covered with 70% water, after the Flood.

      So, yeah, plenty of logical reasons to conclude it never rained on Earth from clouds like we see today before the time of Noah's flood. And I haven't even gotten into the prophetic ones! : ))

      God bless, ya'll! ~ g

    4. >>>Also, just logically, we know from the dramatic reduction in age-lengths of humans after the flood that something SERIOUSLY different was set up on this globe! Too much to get into, but this is ALSO because Earth is now covered with 70% water, after the Flood.>>> I'm very interested to know the connection. I hope you write about that in your next posts. Thanks brother

    5. Alright, I didn't want to get too technical (LoL!) but here goes my Biochemistry background (ugghh! hehe) ... the final electron acceptor in cellular respiration is diatomic oxygen (oxygen gas) -- simply put, human's physical bodies LIVE off of oxygen!

      Green vegetation produces this oxygen gas via photosynthesis. The single, logical, biggest change (that I can think of) to planet Earth after the Flood is an Earth with possibly 75% less land available to produce vegetation (trees, brush, grass, etc) available to create oxygen for humans to breathe.

      I have no proof of the change, but I wonder how human beings' physical bodies would behave from the cradle to the grave breathing day and night in an atmosphere with CONSIDERABLY more oxygen content in every breath? Jump higher? Run faster? Run farther? Lift heavier? Grow bigger? Live longer?

      Good news is ... however Earth was before the Flood, is how I believe it's going back after the "regeneration" at Christ's return! Hallelujah!!! I can't wait just to BREATHE! : )))

  3. Well, I just ran across this article today ... Don't Be Takin' In By the New Noah Movies' Promotion!

    It looks like the Movie's trailer was carefully crafted to fool us Christians into thinking this is a real, true-to-the-gospel, account of the story of Noah (possibly even prophetically inspired as I thought!) so we will pay money to go and see the show!

    Sadly, it appears Darren Aronofsky could care less about revering the Truth of God's Holy Word, but would rather just use it for making money!

    I won't be seeing it now!!! And I encourage every other God-Fearing person to boycott it too. Let's teach Holywood that if they want to make a "Bible Movie" than make a TRUE BIBLE MOVIE!!!

  4. Yes it seems this way brother. This is sad and unfortunate. But I still don't understand the logic behind such a scheme. In a way, like you suggested, they will make a quick buck by all those people seeing it the first night and Christians, Muslims and Jews will be disappointed because it was not Biblical/scripturally accurate. So they will make money the first couple nights but then it will backfire on them as those religions people will give bad reviews and complain to everyone they know and their mothers and people will be greatly discouraged from seeing the film. Know what I mean?

    So what I don't understand is why they don't make it scripturally accurate and win over the religions people in the US and around the world. They are many and they can make tons of dough from them. Maybe they want it to be a secular film in order for the secular audience to approve of it instead? They must be much more than the religious group? Could this be the reason behind this decision? Or are they just against making a movie based on God's Word and are doing this in spite of Him, inspired by Satan?

    Either way, I do think that it still might inspire some secular people to probe the matter and watch other versions of the film and perhaps even read the true account in the Bible which would be a wonderful thing! Perhaps many may search it on youtube and find Gabriel's video about the story of Noah and its incredible prophetic meaning?

    Well, that's just like me isn't it? Always analysing everything, over-thinking matters! LOL But you have to admit it is an interesting subject to discuss.