The slogan for the new nonfiction series Vikings is "The Storm is Coming 3.3.13."
The name Viking came from the Scandinavians themselves, from the Old Norse word "vik" (bay or creek) which formed the root of "vikingr" (pirate).
The Dark Knight movies enjoyed telling us that "a storm is coming."
Selina Kyle: There's a storm coming.
Bruce Wayne: You sound like you're looking forward to it.
Selina Kyle: I'm adaptable.
~ The Dark Knight Rises, 2012
M: Orphans make the best recruits.
Bond: There's a storm coming.
Even earlier, "a storm is coming" was heard in the Terminator movies.
Vikings appears to wish to copycat the feel of Game of Thrones.
The Old Norse feminine noun víking refers to an expedition overseas. It occurs in Viking Age runic inscriptions and in later medieval writings in set expressions such as the phrasal verb fara í víking "to go on an expedition." In later texts such as the Icelandic sagas, the phrase "to go viking" implies participation in raiding activity or piracy, and not simply seaborne missions of trade and commerce. The related Old Norse masculine noun víkingr appears in Viking Age skaldic poetry and on several rune stones found in Scandinavia, where it refers to a seaman or warrior who takes part in an expedition overseas. The form also occurs as a personal name on some Swedish rune stones. There is little indication of any negative connotation in the term before the end of the Viking Age. Regardless of its possible origins, the word was used to indicate an activity and those who participated in it, and it did not belong to any ethnic or cultural group.In Old English, the word wicing appears first in the Anglo-Saxon poem, "Widsith," which probably dates from the 9th century. In Old English, and in the history of the archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen written by Adam of Bremen in about 1070, the term is synonymous with pirate and a Scandinavian. As in the Old Norse usages, the term is not employed as a name for any people or culture in general. The word does not occur in any preserved Middle English texts. Source.
I just know you're gonna love this sync ...
STORM = 85 in simple gematria (where a=1,b=2,c=3...z=26)
STORM = 510 in old english gematria (simple value x 6)
There's that 510 again!
May 10 is day 130, from which 235 remain in 2013.
147 days from Aurora to Newtown
147 days from Newtown to 5/10/13.
As that 147 is days counted FROM and to and Event. If we include the actual DAY OF the Event...
it's 148 days!
When we take the simple gematria of AURORA (value 74) and double it... we get 148
As you've noted, AURORA is the Roman goddess of the DAWN.
two sets of 148, and we see...
2 dawns, 2 Suns
It's still interesting and noteworthy that from
5/10/13 to 10/5/13 (May 5 to Oct 5) is 148 days.
The mystery of The Dark kNight Rises becomes really strange when we see that on 12/14/12 at 3:14pm the President gets on TV to address the Newtown SANDY HOOK shooting. At 119 seconds into his speech his touches his EYE and comments on "Children between 5 and 10 years old"
Then closes that speech with a quote from PSALM 147:3 (NIV)
On September 28, 2012, the fishing boats Viking Storm and Maverick collided, resulting in one death. This occurred the day after a Minneapolis, Minnesota workplace mass shooting (which was covered on this blog at the time). Minneapolis is the home to the Minnesota Vikings, and the athletic teams of Minnesota State University, Mankato are called the Mavericks.
Leonard Nimoy, playing Dr. William Bell on the "Fringe" show and stated to Olivia, while she was in the duplicate universe, "A storm is coming."
Just as God states what's going to happen in Scripture, the Mimic of this age likes to show off and tell what's he's going to do too.
They also used that quote in DUNE
Interesting that on Nov. 11, 2012, we passed the 1,000th anniversary of the inscription of the Norse "Heavener Runestone" here in Oklahoma. And just days ago a hunter in southwest Oklahoma found bones that some say are 1,000 years old. Storms have come and gone. Perhaps the "hammer" is coming down again.
In the movie Thor, immediately preceding the earthly appearance of the Norse god/superhero, the following lines are spoken:
"Jane, you're an astrophysicist, not some storm chaser!"
"I thought you said it was a subtle aurora!"
Much as I would like to consider the importance of such coincidence, I fear it may be little more than lazy marketing people copying one another.
In the movie Cloud Atlas, there's a scene on a slaving ship where one character says to another "There's a storm coming" it caught my attention due to having read about the synchronities of this line.
PBS also promoting A Storm is coming:
The recent storm named Nemo reversed is Omen.
WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Im scared, should I be scared...or is this just like "niberu"or "ellenin".
This is just a Mason thing. The Perfect storm is the same thing. It is really a threat to us. The population of Earth.
This is just a Mason threat. That is just another failed threat on the human race.
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