Monday, April 14, 2008

BOHICA, Christians!

Another Dan-Brown-esque film about to hit the screens...with the usual Intellectualoid kudos.

The British movie-maker and conspiracy theorist [Bruce Burgess] has directed and co-produced a "documentary" called Bloodline that purports to finally (yes, finally, at last, at last!) set the record straight about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, their alleged marriage, their alleged children, and the three-armed aliens who commute by telepathy and the internet between Area 51 and the Secret Vatican Archives (or something like that. Hey, don't laugh. It's possible.) From a notice of a special screening:

“A discovery that can prove to be one of the most explosive and controversial of the century.” – Elizabeth Snead, Los Angeles Times

BLOODLINE investigates the popular belief that Jesus married Mary Magdalene, who fled to southern France with their child.

Filmmaker Bruce Burgess and team make connections between the Knights Templar, the legend of Mary Magdalene, hidden clues found at the famed church at Rennes-le-Chateau and make some stunning discoveries: a buried chest with artifacts that date to first century Jerusalem and a tomb with a mummified corpse draped in a shroud bearing a distinctive red cross.
Have they been the first to find the evidence?

Next: How the Knights Templar's bloodlines fill Dick Cheney's veins and why he engineered 9/11.

1 comment:

Amy said...

Is it too early to note the conspicuous lack of death threats, violent protests and the like by hoards of offended Christians?