Watchmen Weekly: The Day the Earth Stood Still


The Watchmen start a new series “1947-1948 The beginning of the End”. It seems world events converged upon this most significant year in History. This week we set the stage with events that lead to the “Beginning of the End”


~ by watchmenweekly on November 21, 2010.

5 Responses to “Watchmen Weekly: The Day the Earth Stood Still”

  1. I made an articulation slip of tongue by saying 1825-1835 for the Tyndale bible, it was 1525. Sorry about that.


  2. As you guys said on the show, amongst many interesting and prescient items, we might not know the day nor hour, but we can surely see the times and seasons! I agree and I can feel the urgency in all of us to get out the truth before it’s too late. Wonderful show, thank you, and a special thanks for starting it with Johnny’s “Troublesome Waters”.

  3. Very interesting program. I was wondering if any of you Joe lunch box guys ever have read the Book of Mormon? I am not a Mormon and have never set foot in one of their churches. I am not a Glenn Beck fan either. But just wondered if you have read the book at all to compare it with the Bible. Thanks

  4. I have not read the book of mMormon, the Koran, the Talmud, the book of Enoch, the Catholic bible but I have glazzed over them and very quickly can see they are in opposition with the true word of God in the KJV, but then so is the NIV in various degrees.. There is only ONE truth.

    1 Nephi

    A round brass ball “of curious workmanship” leads Lehi through the wilderness. A compass, perhaps? {But compasses didn’t exist in 600 BC.}

    Nephi breaks his bow, “which was made of fine steel.” {But the technology for making steel did not exist in 600 BC}.


  5. Your mention of the white horse in reference to England reminded me of the chalk figures cut into the hillsides there.

    From wikipedia: “The creation of hill figures has been practised since prehistory and can include human (gigantotomy) and animal forms (cutting horses is known as “leucippotomy”) as well as more abstract symbols and, in the modern era, advertising brands.

    … The Uffington Horse probably held political significance, since the figure dominates the valley below. It probably dates to the British Iron Age since coins have been found exhibiting the symbol. The Cerne Abbas giant might have been a work of political satire.[1] or perhaps a pagan emblem. Wiltshire is a county with a large number of White Horses; 14 have been recorded.[2] …”

    So truly this is a symbol with defenite importance and going back to the bronze age (2,500 till 800 BCE in Britain) most likely had spiritual significance. Thw white horse at Uffington has below it Dragon Hill, the spot where legend has it the St. George killed the dragon. St. George himself, possibly a complete artifice and representing a re-telling of Zeus’ battle with Typhon.

    But I ranble….. Thanks for the show, great stuff.

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