And so we have this evil female-looking demon as a promo for the Oscar-nominated film (will it win, who cares, because its maker loses). Click on the link to see that it is part of Hollywood's publicity for this film.
Now does this make James Cameron, the film's creator, a satanist? We don't know, but we do know this. The successful director was also the moron behind the gigantic hoax regarding an ossuary box supposedly proving that the bones of Christ were in it! If one wanted the world to believe there was no bodily Resurrection of Christ, what better way to go about it than claiming one has the supposed bones of a dead body; therefore, how could that Person have been raised from the dead? Clearly, James Cameron is not a true believer in the Resurrection of Jesus. For no self-respecting believer would be engaged in such activities -- never mind the expense to pull the stunt off!
Here is the key as we have said so many times before in the Great Spiritual Battle: if you are not following the Lord, then you are open for inspiration from the other side. The hoax perpetrated against the Truth of Christ's Resurrection has left James Cameron wide open for that inspiration. This, as proven by its own images, is where Avatar has its origin: in the spirit of God's enemy; an enemy Cameron gets his worldly success from.
A success that will not last into Eternity.
With yellow eyes, demon ears and pagan bodies, Cameron celebrates his version of Paradise.
It is no accident!
Remember the evil one can only mimic God and so when the Lord gave us these incredible 3D images of His Holy Face on the Shroud (see home page for image), the devil gives us his version through those who follow him in Hollywood -- whether they know it or not The world ignores the beauty and miraculous 3D images of the Shroud and awards the false demonic-inspired images of James Cameron.
The pagan poster for Avatar.
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