Project Blue Beam (The Final Devil Trick)

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The fake (cause space travel is impossible, also for green martians) alien invasion imho is the ultimate step to cement the idea that the Animal Farmers are "protecting" us. Haha

I see the already long ago announced (so must be substantial) appearance of the asteroid Apophis as the moment they will pull off whatever they do. And probably there are more close encounters of NEOs (Near Earth Objects) that may be held under the radar.

mark Friday April 13, 2029 in your calendars !

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/99942_Apophis
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there's already people in prominent positions ,carrying out tasks for there little green leader
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Life on Mars - A Musical Tribute (of sorts)


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Could anyone please explain the ending of ashes to ashes to me ?

My understanding comes from both the novels (which take place between LOM and A2A) and the series’. MASSIVE SPOILERS BELOW FOR ALL OF THESE, obviously!

They are in a purgatory or limbo for police officers. Some people in the fandom refer to this as ‘Gene’s World’, and having read the accompanying books, I choose not to, as the world existed before Gene entered, and will continue to after he leaves (if he ever does). They are there to deal with the issues which haunted them in life and death, but were never able to face. If they do this, they can choose to move on to what is described as ‘a really, really good place’.

Time is on a delay from the real world, and the officers seem to end up in this purgatory regardless of when they are from. Keats is a demonic figure who wishes to tempt the officers into repeating their past mistakes and/or rejecting the noble path. He wants to trick them into following him down to the ‘department below’, which represents a hellish place.

The books reveal that there are other dark, non-corporeal entities in purgatory, most famously the test card girl, who tries to damn Sam to oblivion by traumatising him and tricking him into leaving this world and abandoning his second chance. Other examples of this could include the bullet/clown who haunts Alex, although A2A leaves this open to interpretation.

Multidirectional travel between the hellish place and purgatory is shown to be possible, with a major antagonist from the books essentially clawing his way out of hell to ‘reclaim’ Annie. It is revealed that Annie was in fact murdered by this man, and not Sam’s father as hinted towards by LOM. We also discover that physical objects can pass from the main world to purgatory, and that this world is not ‘fake’, but simply different and on a separate tier.

This is important as it means that one world can feasibly influence the other, and that the actions characters take in ‘the past’ really do matter. This provides an explanation of how Sam was able to change history and therefore the future in regard to Tony Crane (Marc Warren’s character).

Nelson is an angelic figure, who is hiding an enormous amount of power. He can control much of what happens in this world, though he chooses not to. He is not the ultimate power, and has his own superiors. He is the custodian of a doorway to the aforementioned ‘really, really good place’ and wants the officers to succeed and make it through, but does not often interfere as this must be up to them. The entrance to this place is represented by the Railway Arms pub, be it in London or Manchester.

Alex, Chris, Ray, Shaz, Annie, and Sam have all passed on to good place, although Sam delayed this for years to stay with Annie. This seemed to anger Nelson, presumably as it went against the natural order of the cosmic system he is part of. Gene, however, never passed on.

His reasons for staying are debatable. Obviously, officers forget how they arrived in purgatory as time passes, so this is almost definitely a factor. However, after he remembers who and where he is the reasons become more interesting. He never got the chance to be the man he wanted to be in life, and purgatory seems to give him the life he dreamed of (to an extent). Perhaps he feels for the officers who end up there, and wants to give them an advantage in resisting Keats and other manifestations of devilry. He also might be afraid of what lies beyond, we still don’t know.

What we do know is this. There are bad things and there are monsters. These things are real.

But to get to you they have to get through the Guv.

And the Guv is putting his driving gloves on.
PURGATORY IS NOT CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. THIS IS WHY THE UNIVERSAL RELIGION IS NOT CHRISTIAN. THERE IS NO PROFIT IN CHRISTIANITY.

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We know in the years leading up to 911, there were many depictions of the towers being damaged or destroyed. Likewise, the now named Elizabeth Tower. I've mentioned it before, the hint to a nuclear attack. But a connection I find particularly interesting is this one.

Spaceship Crashes into Big Ben! | Aliens of London | Doctor Who


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We have a similar destruction in "Aliens of London" and "V for Vendetta".
rachel wrote: Wed Nov 02, 2022 10:23 am He then goes on to 'V for Vendetta', and its real meaning, brought to us by, of course, the Jesuits.

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But it gets better; I was looking for the clip of John Simm's Master (fascinating name) and the Cybermen. But this one popped up first, and it's the 40th? anniversary special, the Five Doctors, and we have the Cybermen.


Doctor Who: The Five Doctors- The Master Tricking The Cybermen


The Master tells the Cybermen they need to get to the tower, and what do we find inside? They didn't quite go for black and white.

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i think ab's on the same tip ,but in the u.s somewhere
not a spaceship a disaster
yellowstone?
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It's worth looking a the WHO Pandemic Treaty stuff I'm putting up. We are entering the world of Gotham City. Doctor Who and the Cybermen, who were in the original series, and a foe that intends to take over the world and force biology changing injections on everyone. It can only come from the Fabians, hey Tony?


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