Often an illustration can tell a major story. One of my favorite movies of all time is The Shawshank Redemption. Here’s the plot, in a nutshell:
In 1946, a banker named Andy Dufresne, played by Tim Robbins, is convicted of a double murder, even though he is innocent. He’s sentenced to a life term at the Shawshank State Prison in Maine, where resides another lifer, Ellis Boyd ‘Red’ Redding, played by Morgan Freeman.
The realities of prison life become quickly aware to Andy, not the least of which is a corrupt warden.
He uses his banking skills to win favor with the warden, keeping the books on all of his illegal activities. At an opportune time, Andy takes the evidence of the warden’s bribery and corruption schemes with him late one night and manages to escape.
He delivers the information to a local newspaper, which prints it.
He eventually escapes to Mexico, but my favorite part is where you see the state troopers and police with sirens blasting come into the prison to arrest the warden. The warden looks out the window, sees them coming and then turns to a picture he has hanging in his office with the simple words: “His judgment cometh, and that right soon.” He stares at the picture while they are outside attempting to break into his office.
Well, that’s where we are today. The Planet X system is fast approaching and with it comes cataclysmic natural disasters on a never-before-seen scale to the inhabitants of this planet. I’ve analyzed the date-coded matrix in the Book of Revelation in my book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival and thousands of people have purchased it online at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com.
It has attracted attention around the world, with the three largest British daily newspapers writing reviews of it. Even AOL News and Pravda have picked up on it. It is becoming a mainstream science story.