Film Reflects Dark Christian
By James Donahue
We haven’t seen
the new film Suspect Zero, but after hearing a report from a trusted soul who watched it on opening night, we have no plans
to waste our money.
Even though the film
by producer Edmund Elias Merhige brings forth well-known performers including Sir Ben Kingsley, Aaron Eckhart
and Carrie-Anne Moss, it already is posting bad reviews. And for good reason.
It is a piece of dung.
We had high hopes for
the film because it was introducing the concept of remote viewing to the world, and Merhige solicited the help of proven psychic-remote
viewer Aaron C. Donahue and his old RV instructor Edward Dames to help give the film some credibility.
Donahue spent time with
the film crew in New Mexico in 2002, playing the role of a young Ben Kingsley receiving top secret military
training in remote viewing. Dames was filmed as Kingsley’s teacher.
Shortly after that filming,
Aaron and Dames had a falling out. It happened when Dames brought Aaron to Japan
for filmed remote viewing work by a Christian television station. While there, Aaron revealed his disdain for Christianity
and his belief in human Luciferian origins.
Dames, whose success
in Japan hinged on Aaron’s skills
as an advanced viewer, failed to pay Donahue for his television appearances. Instead, he pocketed all of the money the station
paid him, and we understand that it was a good sum. Dames also set out to sabotage Aaron’s public appearances not only
in Japan, but throughout the world. He
is declaring Aaron a “Satanist,” which, of course, is not the case at all. But the label is enough to blackball
Aaron from all public media at a time the world desperately needs his help.
There were rumors that
Dames managed to convince Merhige to cut Donahue’s scenes from Suspect Zero. Because of the stories, we waited quietly
until the film made its debut before doing any promotion.
But the treachery was
profound. Weeks before the first showing, Donahue was led to believe that he was still in the film because his name appears
in the cast, and he was sent a personal invitation by Paramount Pictures to attend a special premier showing of the film in
Aaron didn’t attend
the premier. If he had, he would have walked into a trap apparently set by Dames, Merhige and producer Tom Cruise (all Christians)
designed to publicly insult and embarrass Donahue.
Instead of seeing himself
in the film, Donahue would have found his scenes cut and in its place….an estimated five-minute segment showing Kingsley
on his knees, crying, asking forgiveness for his sins and accepting Jesus as his savior.
For us this was the ultimate
act of contempt for everything that we stand for. It was a classic treachery by the angelic-driven lords of American media.
But mark my words. It
has not gone unnoticed by the real ruling powers that watch over this world. The film will not be successful. The reputations
and careers of Cruise, Merhige, Dames and all of the others involved in this silent conspiracy now hangs under a dark shadow
from which there is no escape.
Worst of all, Aaron C.
Donahue now withdraws all offers of assistance to the world. And the day will soon arrive when it will be sorely needed.
If you want to understand
Aaron’s viewpoint, I suggest that you stay home and rent the newly released video Dogville, starring Tom Cruise’s
former spouse, Nicole Kidman. It is a classic work of art and a true reflection on the state of the human race.