With the fifth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, I started to wonder what is Hollywood getting out of this reoccurring theme besides money? Clearly Hollywood’s goal is not merely to entertain. According to many journalist and CIA whistle blowers, the media’s ultimate purpose is to spread propaganda. This started me to rethink dinosaurs…
Have you ever questioned whether dinosaurs really exist? The only evidence that we have of them are bones in a museum and cast models on display at the museum. Most people never stop to question whether what they are seeing is real. Just as the dinosaurs were generated by CGI in the Jurassic Park movies, so the dinosaurs in museums could be made to look real. The big question is why would anyone want to make this story up? There are a lot of reasons, but the most obvious reason is that it supports the scientific narrative. Basically, the scientific narrative states that dinosaurs existed more that 65 million years ago and a huge asteroid hit the earth and destroyed them. This one narrative has been used for years and basically shuts down all other debate or inquiry. As long as you are good at regurgitating scientific facts (indoctrination) you are considered educated.
National Geographic just recently released a picture of a mud dragon with feathers! This mud dragon was said to have lived more that 66 million years ago. My question is how do they know it had feathers from only finding its bones? Now many people will eat this stuff up without ever questioning whether its true or not. Officially, National Geographic stated that the animal lived 66 to 72 million years ago. Who could ever know? Could one go back in time to prove this is true?
According to the article, scientists named the new species Tongtianlong limosus, or “muddy dragon on the road to heaven”—a prosaic way to describe its final moments before death, mired in mud with its limbs and head outstretched, struggling to escape.
Now obviously National Geographic is attempting to draw a connection between dinosaurs and birds. This would be a convenient truth, since they need it to support the theory that all life evolved from simple to complex.
One critic stated that National Geographic’s article takes prejudice to an entirely new level and consists in large part of unverifiable or undocumented information that “makes” the news rather than reporting it. His bald statement that “we can now say that birds are theropods just as confidently as we say that humans are mammals” is not even suggested as reflecting the views of a particular scientist or group of scientists, so that it figures as little more than editorial propagandizing.
This certainly would not be the first time this has ever happened. History is replete with scientist making unsubstantiated claims to support their prejudices. In 1854, Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden found a few unidentified teeth and mailed them to leading paleontologist Joseph Leidy, who several years later declared them to be from an ancient extinct “Trachodon,” dinosaur (which beyond ironically means “rough tooth”) (Eric Debay, 2015).
In my opinion, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, is little more than a made up monster story designed for the purpose of propaganda. As a species, humans are naturally curious about their origin. However, science has only one prevailing answer. That is that we evolved over millions of years from a primordial slime, and evolved into who we are today. From movies to our to our Jurassic World, Play Tyrannosaurus Rex Battle Ready toys, it seems that we are being indoctrinated. Could it be that we did not come from a primordial slime as suggested by our magazines, textbook, and motion pictures; and that our ancestry does not trace back to the dinosaurs?
According to Yahweh’s (God) word, we came from a Fallen Kingdom much different than the one portrayed in the Jurassic Park film genre. Genesis 1:26, informs us that in the beginning, God gave humanity the kingdom of earth to rule over. “And God said, Let us make mankind in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth” (Genesis 1:26). However, Satan tempted humanity and the kingdom of humanity fell into sin and rebellion against God. God responded by sending his Son (Yeshua – Jesus) into the world to restore the kingdom of humanity and replace it with the Kingdom of God.
Jesus came preaching that the Kingdom of God is near (Matthew. 4:17). Could the Hollywood film director of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, somehow be referring to the kingdom of humanity as fallen? In other words, does humanity’s rejection of the gospel, and widespread belief in dinosaurs, evolution, and science somehow prove that we now live in a fallen kingdom? If this is the case, then Hollywood has set out not just to mock humanity, but to mock God as well. Because the truth is, we do live in a fallen kingdom, filled with monsters (demons) that pursue our eternal soul; and nothing but the grace of God, through Jesus Christ’s sacrificial death on the cross could ever save us from our fallen nature.