Telegraphing with Symbolism: Category 7 from 2005

This movie or should I say miniseries has been making its rounds on social media sites with your basic “white lies” and disinfo from Facebook scholars. Here is the latest from Jim.

It’s actually a miniseries from 2005 and it has nothing to do with the names Irma or Harvey. The hurricane is actually named Eduardo and there is actually a 11 year 9 month connection like they all claim. But I guess irs all about timing and when this was originally posted. 

This comes from wiki. “Category 7: The End of the World is a 2005 four-hour television film miniseries that was broadcast in the United States on CBS in two parts, the first part aired on November 6 and the second on November 13. It was directed by Dick Lowry.[1] A sequel to the 2004 miniseries Category 6: Day of Destruction, this film starts directly after the events shown in that film.” (

If you have kept up with my blog then you can understand why I mention these connections with this movie. If not you just won’t get it. There is definetly something about this movie that’s a trip. The opening scene opens in Paris with clowns at a circus, Arch of Triumph that frames a tornado, a 911 reference with an exit sign in sight, a giant Nephilim clown head crashing into a building and everything getting wiped out by a monstrous tornado. Here is the first 5 minutes of the movie. If the videos don’t play it is due to WordPress.

Then you see George Washingtons head falling off of Mount Rushmore, a plague of poisonous frogs, the pyramids getting destroyed, a plague of flies and a reference to the Wizard of Oz. That’s all connected as far as my research goes. Its interesting.

Notice the ad on Imdb. IT. A movie about a clown.
Lady Liberty drowning
Hecate the triple goddess

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