P.I.D. Radio 6/29/09: Blasts From the Past


Possible image of St Paul

HISTORY seems to be the theme of today’s show, although that wasn’t our intent when we hit “record”. We talked about a couple of movies we watched over the weekend, which both featured missions to destroy an ancient buried evil that wants to emerge into the light of day to destroy mankind (and both of which starred Ron Perlman of the Hell Boy movies, oddly enough).

We agree–Mutant Chronicles was better than The Devil’s Tomb, which failed to deliver on the intriguing premise of a team of scientists stumbling onto the Abyss in the Iraqi desert. Even the frozen nephilim that was a dead ringer for an alien gray didn’t help.

Elsewhere in the Middle East: Iranian intelligence was intercepting, analyzing, and spoofing messages on Twitter, MySpace, and Facebook during the election protests, thanks to technology from Siemens and Nokia.

Also: the bones of the apostle Paul and the earliest known artist’s rendering of may be his likeness; a 40-year-old old cult tries an image makeover; and NASA suddenly finds the high-quality tapes of the first moon landing that have been missing for 40 years.

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2 comments on “P.I.D. Radio 6/29/09: Blasts From the Past

  1. Kit

    Now that’s funny guys…My husband and I watched the same movies I do believe…we watched The Devils Tomb last week and Mutant Chronicles this weekend and we both noticed the same thing with ol’ Ronnie P! EEEEK! He’s a nephilim! Hehehe…

  2. Irene Grothe

    I believe that one of the main goals of the New World Order is to destroy the Bible or at least make it appear suspect to having any validity. I assume that the average person has no real knowledge of the Bible and has not read it. Unfortunately it appears that the modern TV christian hasn’t much knowledge of the Bible either. Have you considered that the ridiculous claims in the movie are intentional? If the Bible is merely a book of fantasy, then what’s the harm of taking artistic license? I’m sure you’ve heard the mantra more than once, that people believe what they are told. The only belief that has to be eradicated is a God that is coming back to judge the world. Irene Grothe

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