|Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo|
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo look like it has a mask from the movie SCREAM stretched over it's "cock-pit"?
Oh...and what day did it crash?
|...or maybe a Dark Knight Rising?|
Looks like Christoper Nolan has once again somehow managed to parallel real life events with the release of his new space travel movie Interstellar opening next week.
"A group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage."
|All Hallow's Eve?|
|SEX AND ROCKETS?|
|Antares Rocket, or Abraxas Rocket?|
Tubular Bells which was used in the movie soundtrack of
|Linda Blair now 55 years old.|
"Linda Blair will always be remembered as Regan, the little girl who was possessed by satanic spirits in 1973 horror film The Exorcist.
More than 40 years later the movie, which earned her an Oscar nomination, has become a cult classic.
Linda starred in films throughout the 70s, 80s and 90s, including
Wes Craven’s, Scream.
Linda, 55, lives on her animal sanctuary, outside Los Angeles, and currently has 100 rescued canines in need of a loving home."
Interesting parallel between Linda Blair's age of 55 and the fact that it was SpaceShipTwo's 55th flight that ended in a crash on Halloween.
Vatican exorcist blames Halloween for increased possessions, calls for 'Holyween'
"A Vatican exorcist is blaming Halloween for a spike in demonic possessions around the world.
The Daily Mail reports the International Association of Exorcists (also known as the AIE) held its first official conference over the weekend in Rome.
More than 300 exorcists attended after being officially recognized by the Vatican this summer.
Father Aldo Buonaiuto told the British publication that his organization's emergency number receives hundreds of calls on Oct. 31, up from an average of 40 per day, due to concerns about increased occult activity.
"Many say Halloween is a simple carnival, but in fact there is nothing innocent or fun about it," he said.
"There are always more evil rituals, animal sacrifices, desecrations of cemeteries and thefts of sacred bones... From here the door to the devil can be opened."
According to the Religious News Service, AIE spokesman Valter Cascioli told Vatican Radio there has been a "steady increase" in possessions.
"The battle against evil is becoming more of an emergency.
We are calling for major vigilance," Cascioli added.
As a result, the Catholic Church in Italy wants to replace the night of costumes and trick-or-treating with a positive event called "Holyween."
"While most people are steeped in zombies and horror we put on our door or windows a light or an image evocative of the saints," Buonaiuto said in a statement.
"And then there will be Masses, prayer vigils and worship to celebrate the saints and victory of good over evil."
According to the Daily Mail, Pope Francis sent a message to the AIE conference about treating the possessed with "love and kindness from the church towards those who suffer because of the evil one."
Exorcisms, or the expulsion of spirits from a person believed to be possessed, are a popular story in horror movies like "The Exorcist" and "The Exorcism of Emily Rose," but occur in real life. The Religious News Service notes Rev. Gabriele Amorth, 89, writes about allegedly performing more than 50,000 exorcisms in his new book
"The Devil: A Contemporary Inquest.""
Maybe the RCC should worry about it's own inner demons first?
|A hidden Scream mask?|
Happy Halloween...as they say.