X-Men Apocalypse: For this new opus, largely inspired by the Bible, Jesus would be a mutant

ou will discover in this new installment of the X-Men saga the "original mutant", the first and most powerful mutant of all time. It responds to the name of Apocalypse and has certain claims:

“I have been called by many names during my many lives: Ra, Krishna, Yahweh,…”

His "second coming" on Earth after thousands of years of absence aims to reunite his children, all the mutants, to destroy the current world, and to found with the mutants who will have survived a new world.

“You are all my children, and you are lost because your leaders are blind, but I am here now. "

Beyond a scenario very similar to that of the return of Jesus coming to seek his own, we cannot help but compare these words to those of Jesus in Matthew 15:

“Then his disciples came near and said unto him, Knowest thou that the Pharisees were scandalized at the words which they heard? He answered: Every plant that my Heavenly Father has not planted will be uprooted. Leave them: they are the blind leading the blind; if a blind leads a blind, they will both fall into a pit. "

If Jesus walked on water, multiplied food, controlled the elements, known the thoughts of the people, raised the dead, it is in reality because he was this first mutant, immortal and eternal.

Apocalypse, this immortal mutant does not “work” alone but he is always accompanied by 4 horsemen reminiscent of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse. In the film, to the remark that it is about the 4 horsemen of the Apocalypse and that this mutant was inspired by the Bible, the specialist answers that it is rather the Bible which was inspired by this mutant immortal…


It seems that Hollywood screenwriters are finding it increasingly difficult to dispense with the Bible for inspiration!


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