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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Arrivals

I just found out about these videos from Kim Donesia. I have been following information related to the NWO and other "conspiracy theories" for some time now, and I think that there is definitely some truth to the madness. What is interesting now is that there are a lot of Christians and Muslims teaming up and getting the same types of information out there to the public. I would also recommend that you check out http://infowars.com and the films The Obama Deception, and Endgame which are also available online. You can also get some information from Texe Marrs, who is a Christian who writes about a lot of the same topics.
They even have a blog where the films can be accessed.
I definitely think that you have to take these topics with a "grain of salt." But I also think that there is more going on in this world than meets the eye.


Susanne said...

Wow, that's weird. I've not kept up with NWO stuff in a long time. Hmmm. Kinda piqued my interest again. Thanks for the tease! ;)

Jaz said...

I'm not really into conspiracy theories personally.. I was... until I realised that it makes us paranoid and distrustful, that's not what islam is about (although at the time I thought it was, and I really got into it). Islam is about enjoying your life in a nice halal way and inshallah living an even better one in jannah.

I haven't watched all of 'The Arrivals' theories but I'd like to know how these people supposedly found out all these 'world truths' if they're universally hidden.

BTW I do apologize if these are just videos about the known knowledge about the end of the world in different religions. But something KimDonesia replied to me earlier on her blog made me think it is one of these paranoid things.

No offence anybody! Just my personal opinion :)

Stacy aka Fahiima said...

@Jaz, I know what you mean. I've gone through phases where I spent a lot of time reading and watching NWO stuff and it kind of kept me separated from family and parts of faith that are really important in this life.

I take it all with a grain of salt, but Its also good to know what's out there, that way if we do see these things start to happen we will recognize them for what they are.

I haven't finished all the videos yet, but I think they are a mix of stuff that can be documented and some that can't necessarily, but may help us understand some of what is happening in our crazy world.

I'll post a full review when I finish all of them InshaAllah.

caraboska said...

Quite frankly, this is one objection I have to any religious interpretation that strives to bring in one world religious government. I don't think the Jewish religion as normally practiced has such an element, but both Christianity and Islam do.

To put it another way, I believe that anyone who thinks that the Kingdom of God includes any element of human government is erring in the direction of idolatry. For the true Kingdom of God will have only one King and no other authority at all, human or otherwise.

Yes, the Bible teaches that Jesus will at some point come back (not ours to know when, only to be ready) and reign as King for 1000 years (whether literal or otherwise), but it also teaches that even Jesus will in the end give over his authority to the one known in Christian circles as God the Father, so that He may be all in all.

Skye said...

hey sis insha'allah you are well,I actually watched this documentery a couple of months ago I found it extremelly interesting,if anything it actually bought me closer to Islam and if you really listen to what there saying you will notice things differently in the media etc..I must admit a fiew things are a bit farfetched but its still a great doco and all the information is there I think we have just been blinded.But at the end of the day this really is the plan,to corrupt the world so its ready for the dajal.I got really into researching The 'illumanti' and it did start scaring me a little only cause it goes into details about so called 'jewish rituals',but they also say there not actually TRUE JEWS they are devil worshippers its just really indepth and intense you have to have a very open mind and be able to consume information without taking it to another level,which mind you I think your very level headed and you may find this doco quite interesting but as for some I think they may take the information in a negative way...Either way like i said i think its well worth the watch I find the last episode's are more based on islam.Anyway if you are still interested after you have watched the arrivals there is also another series by Hashem Films,and i know of a fiew doco's on the illumanati...Take care sis salaamz =D

Sara said...

Salam stacy.
Ive watched all the episodes of the arrivals and I just want to say Thank god for the day I watched it because It really pulled me from under the rock i was living under. It opened my eyes to many things and really made me see things for what they really are. Dillusion.

I can tell you one thing about the arrivals is that there is alot of truth to what they say, and I know this because there not based on theories theyre based on actual facts and alot of verses from the holy Quran are mentioned.

When I first got the link, I was like mmmmmm Just another doco but until know im always going back to watch it over and over again. Not because im going nuts or anything its because I really do think that they think on a entirley different level to normal everyday people and for some reason It pulls you in because you know this world is only temporary.

Asalams Sis.

NoortheNinjabi said...

"cause it goes into details about so called 'jewish rituals',but they also say there not actually TRUE JEWS they are devil worshippers"


I saw one part of one episode and felt sick. I think I'm one of the few that think that series is completely inappropriate. It is meant to induce waswaasa (baseless misgivings) and paranoia about other people.

One of the things about Muslims is that we're not supposed to think badly of Allah's creation, be that the jinn, the message, or even the people He created.

One thing that we have to understand is that there are signs that will all come before the Dajjal arrives. The signs are becoming more and more everyday, especially (with the lack of true scholars) losing our knowledge. But even the Dajjal shouldn't be that scary, as the Mahdi will come and Prophet 'Isa will come to pray behind him and defeat the dajjal. The Haqq (that which is) will overcome the baatil (that which isn't). It's all part of Allah's creation. If and when it comes, there's nothing we can do but get through it; same for anyone of any time.
(I'd suggest Sunnipath's "Grand Finale" course to all those that are interesting in learning about the Last Day)

I apologize if this was a bit overintense. There's a sister I know that had some mental problems to begin with and "The Arrivals" set her off the deep end; quite sadly literally. We're in the process of trying to get her hospitalized. Make Du'a for her inshaAllah and try to steer clear of the waswaasa!

Stacy aka Fahiima said...

@Noor, I can say that I unequivocally denounce anti-jewish sentiment, regardless of its source. I can understand why you took offense to that part of the series. I still think its worth checking out though for some of their conclusions.

It is true, however that some of the richest and most corrupt people on earth are considered to be of Jewish descent. These people, however, don't worship the God of Israel. I would put them in a very different category from religious Jews.

I see what you mean about it being wrong to think badly of Creation, because all of it exists to bring glory to God. I think there is a difference though, when it comes to exposing those who are trying to harm others, whether physically or spiritually.

I agree though, that there is no reason to fear the times to come, because we know that God has always been aware of these future events, and has planned them to occur this way for his glory, although we may not understand it fully.

I think I will check out Sunnipath's course though, because I am still trying to understand the differences in Islamic and Christian eschatology. I added you to my watch list too.