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Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?

 
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Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
"The Langoliers" may have some links to the current EBOLA situation..

Never read the book, but the movie was about people being stuck in an airport, where no time passes them by, and their inactivity/idleness manifests as thousands of floating ball thingies (Langoliers) that consume everything. The floating ball things actually kinda remind me of the pic of that cell infected with ebola.

The current Ebola situation involves airports and what seems like inactivity/ineptitude in regard to the threat of Ebola consuming the world. "No time passing them by" might instead be translated to "very rapid", like the spread of this strain - or "no time to address the problem".

It's a terrible movie, btw. I always wondered why they actually tried to turn it into a movie. Maybe making the movie wasn't about turning a profit...?

I'm going to watch it again to see if I can make any other links.
I invite you to do the same.

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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
Does anyone else even remember this movie? I remembered it because it was spectacularly bad.
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Does anyone else even remember this movie? I remembered it because it was spectacularly bad.
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No one?
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One of mu favourite movies ever :))


On the same level of epicness as tommyknockers.
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
I kinda liked it. But the little girl was annoying as hell!
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
The Stand was better, and somewhat prophetic perhaps.
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
Is this the "Limbo" level of dreaming described by Christopher Nolan in his movie Inception?

What does Stephen King know?

What other clues are inside Four Past Midnight?
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Is this the "Limbo" level of dreaming described by Christopher Nolan in his movie Inception?

What does Stephen King know?

What other clues are inside Four Past Midnight?
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That might be a clue, if it relates at all to the Doomsday Clock.
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
"The Langoliers" may have some links to the current EBOLA situation..

Never read the book, but the movie was about people being stuck in an airport, where no time passes them by, and their inactivity/idleness manifests as thousands of floating ball thingies (Langoliers) that consume everything. The floating ball things actually kinda remind me of the pic of that cell infected with ebola.

The current Ebola situation involves airports and what seems like inactivity/ineptitude in regard to the threat of Ebola consuming the world. "No time passing them by" might instead be translated to "very rapid", like the spread of this strain - or "no time to address the problem".

It's a terrible movie, btw. I always wondered why they actually tried to turn it into a movie. Maybe making the movie wasn't about turning a profit...?

I'm going to watch it again to see if I can make any other links.
I invite you to do the same.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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I liked it. I think I've watched it at least 3 times.
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
That movie made blood come out of my eyes and made me projectile vomit.

So yes. I guess it is similar to ebola.
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That movie made blood come out of my eyes and made me projectile vomit.

So yes. I guess it is similar to ebola.
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LOL! I slipped into a coma while watching it.
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The Strain, in one part they show these worm like things that look very similar to the photos of the Ebola virus.
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
After watching a bit, I'm starting to think that if this is was some kind of forewarning, it may deal with more than just the Ebola thing. It seems like it may be pointing to a series of future events. From the flight disappearances/crashes and ebola.

American Pride = AP = 17
Also, most of the people on the flight disapeared.

I'll throw in more potential links as I find them.
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
At near the end of 29 minutes in, the sleazy jewish/italian guy sees all of the other people in a grotesque form. Ebola-ish?
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
Listen to what the mystery writer says starting at exactly 33 minutes in. That should give some of you the willies.
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
what does he say
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Re: Stephen King's "The Langoliers" and EBOLA? Some weird connections perhaps?
Remember last summer the viral video of the women on the train tracks? Just like in the movie Stand By Me. That is when the Illuminati started their Stephen King mode on the U.S.. Ebola came shortly after. Like in the Stand. Border problems and Ebola. Also there was the Jesse Ventura victory of the character assassination by Chris Kyle. Stephen King went to court against a very similar character assassination attempt on him about the story Stand By Me.





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