Make Comedy to Obscure Truth; Create Fiction to Hide ‘Facts’?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 0:19 AM
April 25, 2012

    A well of ‘coincidence’ has bubbled up to interface with culture, art, erudite scholarship and anthropological scientific discovery.  But if scholarship has uncovered factual truth, why is cultural art working so hard to turn it into fictional  drama and comedy?  Is it proper to turn decades of tedious scholarship into money-making films, without giving credit, and certainly payment, to the scholars?

One must ask is it just coincidence that a recurring topic on the History Channel television station is about aliens who came to earth to mine its gold, a year before a major Hollywood film came out with the same theme?  Is it also a coincidence that international scholars have given decades of study about alien beings and their need for gold to maintain their inter-stellar activities?

First aired on May 4, 2010, a History Channel 2 episode titled “The Mission,” is based on researched scholarship about “Sumerian tablets that allegedly describe the Anunnaki as a race of creatures that came to Earth to mine gold.”  The next year coincidentally, these findings are turned into a fictional film.

That episode also presents evidence that “crystal skulls” have mystical powers that give messages from aliens.  Again, this theme is included in the Harrison Ford film that came out in 2008: “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.”  Is scholarship uncovered just so that others can obscure truth?

Another coincidence is the movie “Cowboys & Aliens,” a ‘science fiction Western’ movie that came out last year.  Set in the 19th century American West, the plot involves alien enemies who returned to earth to mine its gold which is said to be preciously necessary for their fuel and survival.    The film is based on the 2006 graphic novel by comic book mogul Scott Mitchell Rosenberg.

Rosenberg is also an early producer of the first of the comic book and television series, “Men in Black.” And he was also involved in the movie by the same name.  Because of his close connection to these creations, it is difficult to believe that Rosenberg was not aware that for years people claiming to have been visited by aliens say that they also received later visits from government agents dressed in black suits who threatened them into silence.

Hence, if Rosenberg knew that one of this fictional offering was somewhat based in truth, he should have known of the other one as well.  And surely Steven Spielberg’s involvement in most of these films indicates that he, and/or his staff, is aware of the “facts” involved in their themes.

Romans, chapter one of historical Bible books speaks of men who “hold the truth in unrighteousness,” and who change the truth into a lie.  One wonders if government agencies work with Hollywood to hide truth by twisting it into entertaining fiction.  In this case, obscuring truth leads to dangerous ignorance.

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