Post “The Arrivals”


A couple of posts back I let you know about the second most important videos you could ever watch. In another lesson in humility, I realised my impatience at “declaring 1 1/2 hours should have been long enough”. Physical tiredness got the better of me and I should not have levvied that criticism upon the makers of that video as it was THEIR artistic licence to do what they liked with it. As a viewer, I should have accepted that, and in future, I won’t be so quick to criticise. I wasn’t griping about anything erronious, rather its style. 

My final comments are nothing but praise.

As a Muslim I am compelled to believe in djinn. I don’t have to be able to explain it, apologise for it nor be embarassed about it, and neither of those three apply to me. A long time ago, someone dear to my heart told me that the prophet King Solomon commanded djinn. I never persued the matter further.

It seems I have to accept in magic also. The prophet Muhammad (saw) is said to have been taken ill due to magic.  I didn’t believe in witchcraft/Voodoo/Magic or djinn before I became a Muslim, and afterwards, kind of kept them at arms length by saying (if asked) things like “I believe people have lost the knowledge, power and and/or ability to use it”.

In short, The Arrivals has put virtually ALL my missing pieces of the jigsaw into place – holes as a sceptic of what I’d call “the establishment global narrative”, for a number of years now, have persisted with me. One of the few remaining questions however is, given so called royal famies are ‘in’ on the plot, why have they killed each other in the Past? Elizardbeth I and Mary Queen of Scots for example or Richard and the two princes? Or the Kings of France and England or the Russian royal famies killed by Kabalists? And some of the numerology clips from other sources/documentaries, seems a little bit ‘fancyful’ to me

Perhpas the jigsaw puzzle will never be complete but there’s a significantly lower number of missing pieces left.

I’ve been doing a LOT of research about the ancient origins of Zionism and combined with Ted Pikes “The Other Israel” my global history has undergone a pleasing boost of interconnectivity.

Ted Pike – the other israel – screenshot.jpg


My brains buzzin – and it’s not just ‘cos of the MSG.

My thanks to the makers of The Arrivals. One aspect of it I should mention is my appreciation of the human aspect of it. Although the question what is life is foremost in my mind on many occasions, I’ve often forgotten my own insignficance, and have been reminded to spend even more time than I already do in splendouring in the beauty of creation – something which gives a strange sense of inner peace even though 24-7 the global conspirators, assisted by us engaging in ‘their’ rotten systems of life, hurt and kill thousands every day.

23 Responses to “Post “The Arrivals””

  1. 1 Edo February 10, 2009 at 3:00 pm

    I’ll have to give it another go… got about 1hr into it but it was really slow. Guess my indoctrination wants me to experience stuff at a much quicker pace.

    Will try again.. but jeesh man, 7hrs of that, it better be worth it!

  2. 2 lwtc247 February 10, 2009 at 3:56 pm


    Thanks Edo for the comment. I was getting a bit scared of the loneliness for a while.! These days I only get about 110 hits a day, but I hope at least one or two of them aren’t MI-spy.

    I guess you, like me, are a ‘seasoned loon’ so watching the first part is like the first year in school again It may help to remember the first part seems aimed at those who don’t have a sceptical bone in their body. It also seemed to me that their skill of delivering the info made a visible improvement after the first part.

    There is some repetition (partly due to the way it seems to have been made – as a seried of 10 minute films.

    Why I am in praise of it, maybe because of my Islamic perspective and knowledge + the Kabala literature I’ve been digging up these days.

    There are still some elements that I’m a bit ‘squirmish’ about and that’s the ‘stargate’ bit. But that might be only because I cant shake the absolute pants movie out of my head. The Matrix… Not so original as some may say but Matrix1 was well done. MatrixII still OK but suffering a bit more in revealing its $$$$$ motive.

    So you may find ‘The Arrivals’ pants. I hope not, but when you’ve watched it I’d love to hear your feedback. Not just because I don’t like echo’s but ‘cos I’m genuinely interested in your perspective on it which to me answers almost every conspiracy theory going.

  3. 3 lwtc247 February 10, 2009 at 3:58 pm


    Tip: If youe media player has speed control try watching at 1.4 or 1.5 speed. I even watched and Alex Jones movie a 2x once ok.

    But the captions might be a prob – and there are MANY captions.
    Hummm. Are you a fast reader?


  4. 4 Edo February 10, 2009 at 5:24 pm

    Ha! I’d never thought about that X2 speed… We must be evolving!
    Will definitely get back to you my man.

  5. 6 Azra February 11, 2009 at 1:11 am

    We met last night at the PJ Civic Centre. I’m with COMPLETE. Cool stuff you got here.
    Please email me at _________________ so I can add you to our mailing list & please include your handphone number.



    • 7 lwtc247 February 11, 2009 at 4:51 am

      Thanks Azra for popping in.

      I hope you can overlook my emotional rage which manefests itself as the occasional written swear-word. I don’t do it often, but it’s there.

      I’m going to remove your details from your post so that you don’t get spammed. If you actually want those details left on display, drop me a line and I’ll put it back up.


  6. 8 Akmar February 17, 2009 at 11:13 am

    How many parts of The Arrivals are there altogether actually?
    So far i saw 50+ alrdy.
    In addition, the part 1 i downloaded is abt 1hr30mins.
    Is this actually a never-ending series?

    • 9 lwtc247 February 17, 2009 at 4:26 pm


      I only have up to part 46, so it looks like I have to d/l more? Crikey!

      I wonder what else they can say? Up to part 46, they managed to tie a number of things about the global conspiracy together which had always bothered me. looks like it’s time to take a trip to their website and find out.

      P.S. Got an e-mail from you. Haven’t remplied yet as my condition sees me swing between brief periods of feeling better and quite ill again. Some good thinking Q’s in your e-mail, but I think the book you now have will put the case better than me. I believe there’s a hadith which strongly suggests the phophet(saw) said Dzulqurnain’s wall of metal (contaning Ya’juj and Ma’juj – Gog and Magog) had been breached in his lifetime. It is posible that the Kaballa/Talmud practicing missionaries had made it into Khazaria, sowing the seeds which would eventually lead to the mass conversion to Judaism. 80%+ of Jews today have no genetic link to bani Israil, and these Khazar Jews are the ones that formally brought about the doctrine of Zionism.

      Will try and reply to your e-mail in proper depth when I can.

  7. 10 lwtc247 February 17, 2009 at 5:56 pm

    It seems like the series ends with part 50.

  8. 11 Akmar February 19, 2009 at 2:45 am

    every part of the series run up to 1.5hours?

  9. 12 lwtc247 February 19, 2009 at 8:53 am

    Each episode is about 10 minutes.
    I think someone for convenience sake compiled the 46 episodes into into 4 blocks (part 1 to 4). Each block is about 10 min x 9 episodes = about 1 hour 30 minutes for each part.

    I watched all of it in two sittings, as this kind of stuff ‘rings my bell’. It tied a lot of loose connections together.

  10. 13 Zora May 10, 2009 at 9:26 am

    I began watching the series with my family, but found myself quickly switching off on the 3rd (I think it was the third) episode…because of indecent images… There was no warning on that episode, however there was on the next one, stating it was an R. I am not sure whether to continue watching it. I must admit I didn’t do much research on it, and put it on, due to recommendations. I believed it to be an Islamic documentary, so was very surprised with some language and images.

    So, Is it an Islamic documentary?

    Should I continue watching? Are other episodes rated R?

    And can anyone tell me about the people behind it please?


  11. 14 lwtc247 May 10, 2009 at 10:54 am

    I think it is meant for an adult viewership. Yes there should have been a warning I agree. But the indecent images point is interesting because the program is telling you those images are actually already embedded in the programs you children are watching! and without your knowledge.

    The documentary is made by Muslims, but from what I’ve understood from their site, the Islamic take is not meant to be an issue. The corruption in society and why it is happening is touching ALL of us, no matter whether your religious or not. If you don’t to entertain the link with Islam, Christianity and Judaism that the program does connect to, you can still learn from the series about what is being imposed upon you.

    Religious or not, we should all reject what is happening. Society lead by the West is IMHO crumbling fast.

    Again it’s interesting that if you watch some of the documentaries and read the political articles which are devoid of discussion of religion, they all point towards the emergence of a New World Order and it is malevolent.

    I can’t remember where they stop exposing the indecency stops, but it doesn’t feature in most episodes. If you want to watch it with your family may I suggest you give it a personal pre-screening? You could also e-mail them (their website =
    If you do pre-screen, i suggest reviewing it on x2.5 speed to make each episode only about 4 mins.

    I did find episode 9 to be a turning point, prior to which I didn’t warm to the program at all. After (or on) episode 9 I was hooked.

    If you want to reject watching The Arrivals, there are other excellent (including ‘godless’) documentaries I could recommend. You’d have to give me a bit of time to make a list however.

    They offer information about themselves in their ‘about’ section on their site: There are a few youtube videos out there too, but I think around seried 9 they do talk about themselves too.

    You ask “Should I continue watching?” I would answer: Yes, definitely.

    Thanks for writing in.

  12. 15 bilal July 18, 2009 at 1:15 am

    this series has been exactly what i had been searching for in regards to the corruption of today’s world and the reasons behind it. may Allah bless the creators for the message they have spread.
    as a side note, the theme track (the violin one) used in this series is stuck in my head. anybody know what it is?

  13. 16 lwtc247 July 18, 2009 at 7:58 am

    Salam Bilal. The Arrivals was a great series but some of the claims should be supported with more evidence.

    The more passionately one agrees with a body of work (which usually happens if that body of work reinforces our pre-existing beliefs) then it’s possible ones critical faculties get suspended allowing for errors and weak suppositions to slip by. i try not to fall victim to that.

    There’s few (but not many) things about The Arrivals which I question.

    E.g. The queen of England is the descendant of Fira’oun. Maybe she is but I once heard on BBC radio that about 20%(quite possibly higher – it was a long time ago when I heard it) of the worlds population have a genetic link to prophet Ibrahim(Abraham), and genetic studies of mankind supposedly show that man can be traced back to Africa, so the queen having a connection to the fira’oun isn’t so shocking, and I think it’s fair to say the “% Fira’oun” in her white caucasian body is probably pretty small and some peasant in downtown Cairo may well have a closer link. So the queen/Fiar’oun claim needs some boosting I think.

    Related: the symbology. Getting crowned on a capstone-less pyramid (i.e. she becomes the capstone when crowned, c.f. the all seeing eye) looks spooky but it could be just a climbable platform?, and the stone of Scone under the throne (Yacoobs(Jacobs) pillow) does it mean anything in the religious sense or is it just a pagan relic? All the dragon symbology, or the lizard/egypt stuff, does it mean she’s a lizard (in the physical sence not the metaphorical sense which isn’t disputable) or is it a case of just thieving from the imagery of power? the 12 jewels on the crown do they represent the 12 tribes of Yacob/Jacob/Israel) or is just asthetically pleasing and geometrically/logistically sensible to use 12 and not say 7. Why arn’t the months a ‘code’ for the 12 tribes then?

    Personally, I think the number of occurrences of symbology and soon makes me think there is something going on, but there is a flood of analysis that draw a number of very different conclusions and importantly WHERE DOES ALL THIS STUFF TAKE US????

    E.g. of other ‘conclusions’ “Ring of Power” by “Amenstop Productions”, Zeitgeist I and II, The New American Century, a film by Massimo Mazzucco and Missing Links and Secret Covenant {}

    Some say it’s the banksters, others say it’s aliens, religionists, Zionists, Jews, Shi’ah, Sunnis, Jesuits/Black Pope, devil worshipers and others blame different combinations of the above. As Muslims, perhaps you would agree with me that it’s the very earthly rich Zionists and the idiot zionists who follow them. It’s easy to see the world is being run by a small cabal who each get money and power out of it, but exactly WHY and WHO (is fully in control) seems like a bone of contention between conspiracy examiners or conspiraloons as ‘they’ call us.

    Another query I have about the arrivals is about the the black magic Kabala/Zohar part. Using just Hollywood movie to say Sulaiman put all the witchcraft books under this throne (and didn’t burn then – as no doubt you and I would do) hence leaving the door open for other to get them when he died only to have the crusaders about 1500 years later get these books is highly questionable. It’s a bit like people who watch the matrix and think that’s what’s actually happening. Al Baqarah ayat 102 indicates it was Babylon where the people tested by Haroot and Maroot and they failed that test by taking knowledge of witchcraft. This from my own studies relates to the elevation of the 70 elders at Mt Sinai at the time of Moses to the origin of the Pharisees and the oral law culminating in the Talmud and the mystical books of the Kabala/Zohar, NOT from books Sulaiman buried. Sulaiman had command over the djinn, but I’m still looking into all this magic/djinn stuff.

    Also the ‘energy/channeling’ of pyramids and domes. Where is the proof of that???

    The choice of music was superb, and haunting! If you go to their website then you can read discussions about the music and debates on the merits of the video.

    If u believe in God, which from your name I’ll guess you do, then remember the shaytan will try and pull you from the path of God. One way that seems quite successful (and parallels Abrahmic clan history) is by imposing rubbish and making it look religious, like the supremacy of Zionism bolting itself onto Judaism, then you do things against God, i.e. you sin, fooling yourself your doing it for God. Other tricks of the mind are present in The Ring of Power and Zeitgeist I&II.

    If you are a Muslim so just follow the Qur’an as best you can and fight oppression for the sake of the oppressed. Spend for the sake of the poor.

    When it comes to ‘conspiracy documentaries’ it seems like the trick is pick out things that support the Qur’an and junk the rest. Remember these documentaries and even Islamic commentaries by supposed scholars and religios people are just the works of error prone men, not God. Only the Qur’an is sacred and the unaltered parts of the Christian Injiil and Torah.

    Question all claims where possible.

    Having said all that, I liked The Arrivals a lot and it placed secret societies in the context of al-Qiyamah very well, something that was always problematic to me.


  14. 17 lwtc247 July 25, 2009 at 6:38 pm

    This is a good article.
    It’s about the ‘outing’ of secret societies in recent years.

    Interestingly, (to me anyway) by showing an unchallenged clip of the the movie ‘National Treasure’ the Arrivals buys into the idea the crusaders did get some treasure. Yet I don’t think there is any Islamic reference to it (the philosophy which the Arrivals makers lean toward). Relying on a Hollywood movie solely is daft, especially a movie that doesn’t claim to be factual.

    However I am in large scale agreement with ‘The Arrivals’ in believing that secret societies are occult organisations. The Isarel/Judeah split same shortly after the death of Solomon again showing WHY the Jews are exemplar. We see when they disobey God they encurr his wrath. The last wrath is almost in place. Jerusalem is being emptied. Al Aqsa is targeted for destruction. The desire to rebuild the Jewish Temple is set (I came a cross an article that supposedly showed the stones that were already cut and waiting to be shipped in). The ant0-christ will declare himself God from that place.

    Today I bought Sheikh Imran Hosein’s latest book “An Islamic View of Gog and Magog in the Modern World” and am about to start reading it (You can get it free online in e-book form at his website )

  15. 18 lwtc247 July 25, 2009 at 6:42 pm

    The Talmud (the more ‘popular’ one being the Babylonian Talmud) was I think (?? – dunno 4 sure) and the Zohar/Kabala seem quite related to me. It’s possible the Kabala was written Babylon or Khazaria. This was it seems the occult that the Knights Templar practiced, not from some 1000 year old books.

    But that understanding could change…

  16. 19 ali February 15, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    allah y2ajirkon and god bless u..i thank god that we still have people in this wolrd that seek to find the truth and spread it all over the world:)

  17. 20 greatClue April 28, 2010 at 6:54 pm


    Thank you for providing the link of the book Imran Hosein. I have downloaded it and will start reading soon.

  18. 21 lwtc247 April 28, 2010 at 10:31 pm

    Hi and No prob.

    Coincidentally that this post has re-activated…

    In The Arrivals and a number of other places [e.g. websites of the polymath Dr Omar Zaid who offers his excellent books for free in an online format the pentagram is seen as a symbol used in the occult but has somehow managed to weasel its way into our daily lives, including sitting on top of our mosques etc.

    Only yesterday I asked someone why this five pointed star is on mosques, mentioning a number of people associated it with black magic. His reply was that it represents the five things one must to be qualify as a Muslim. The declaration of faith(Shahadah), paying Alms(Zakat), Fasting(swam), Pilgrimage(Hajj) and Praying(Solat). He said it with almost no hesitation making me think he had come across the meaning of the five pointed star before.

    Perhaps I own prejudices were too strong but I wasn’t really satisfied with the answer.

  19. 22 zendog August 23, 2011 at 12:26 am

    The PENTAGRAM is an occult symbol ( I use the word ” occult ” in it’s original sense,derived from the Latin ” Occultus ” meaning ” hidden “, equivalent to the Arabic ” Ghaib “) The Pentagram is a negative symbol, generally associated with Satanic Powers but It is not to be confused with the PENTACLE which is a positive symbol. The Pentacle Star has a single upward point whilst the Pentagram is basically the Pentacle turned upside down. The ones we see at the mosques are Pentacles. .. . .

  20. 23 lwtc247 August 23, 2011 at 4:22 pm

    Cheers Zendog.

    Indeed the ones appearing on mosques (ANY 5 pointed star – as there is an issue of creeping ‘innovation’) is a worry. There should be NO symbols, positive or negative. Like people getting involved in magic even if the intent is good.

    Never heard of the ‘upright’ pentacle being good however. Do you have any good references?.

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