Hollywood is finally getting on the ball and coming to the realization the Bible is replete with great stories. True we have to get past the part Hollywood whitewashes ancient stories and replaces the original inhabitants with those of European origin. Nonetheless, we should be happy Biblical stories are even being produced. Hollywood’s latest foray into Biblical annals is the story of Sampson circa 1170 BC.
If you are a fan of super hero stories this is one of the great Biblical stories about a man imbued with super human strength. He is known as Sampson and his mystical hair stored his super strength and we all know he was seduced by the beauty of a woman named Delilah. Sampson is also the one who destroyed the Temple of Dagon which the modern day Vatican carries on conspicuously today with their wardrobe.
If you are interested in fact checking the move then read the Book of Judges. The Sampson movie is succinctly being marketed as, “After losing the love of his life to a cruel Philistine prince, a young Hebrew with Supernatural strength defends his people, sacrificing everything to avenge his love, his people, and his God.” I am curious to see if the Temple of Dagon will be accurately reflected to illustrate the mitre hats worn by the Vatican.
I say this because I do not believe Dagon worship has ever ended and the Vatican is the modern day Dagon torch bearer. If you can put the pieces together you will see the Most High destroyed the Temple of Dagon and you must ask yourself why the largest religious institution carries on Dagon traditions. The Sampson movie gets released February 18, 2018. I look forward to seeing it and writing a review. Stay woke!
Michael Erevna, is Editor-in-chief and author of “THY SUN, THY ROD, and THY STAFF”
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