Symbolic Meaning of Emmerich’s 2012 Movie

As you may know, Hollywood movie studios have always been influenced by the Jewish culture, including producers, directors and other talented professionals in film making.

Today, Lord Pakal Ahau made a strange comment about Roland Emmerich’s 2012 movie based on his Maya/Celtic ancestry. He said that the release of the 2012 movie by Columbia Pictures on July 10, 2009 coincides with the day on which the Golden Calf was destroyed.

We went on Google to look for more information on this event, and we were perplexed about what we read in the website, Pitts Theology Library – Digital Image Archive. In the book title, L’Histoire du Vieux et du Nouveau Testament, Author: Fontaine, Nicolas, 1625-1709, appears the image title: Golden Calf Destroyed, Scripture Reference: Exodus 32, with the description: Fire comes down from heaven and consumes the golden calf. The image description contains the following tags: golden calf, idol, destruction, judgment, wrath, fire, smoke, mount, mountain, Mt. Sinai, Horeb, tent of meeting, tabernacle.

We include this interesting image that seems to have a symbolic meaning with the decision to release the 2012 movie by Columbia Pictures on July 10, 2009. It seems almost like a Ripley’s fact from ‘Believe It or Not’.


NOTES FROM THE EDITOR: The ‘2012’ movie was postponed to a later release in November 13 2009 in USA. We don’t know why Sony Pictures decided on that day but we suspect a fact related with the Shabbat Candle Lighting Times Shabbat Candle Lighting Times.

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