Supernatural forces collide in 'Divination'. Jason (D'angelo Midili) is a young, successful artist married to the lovely Jessica (Natasha Sims). They're filled with joy at their first ...
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Supernatural forces collide in 'Divination'. Jason (D'angelo Midili) is a young, successful artist married to the lovely Jessica (Natasha Sims). They're filled with joy at their first pregnancy and the uncanny return of their mysterious friend Dee (Lisa Coronado). But Jason is tormented by Fear (Tucker Boggio) continually whispering nightmares and horrific visions into his mind. As he descends deeper into madness an intervention is made by the powerful angel Joshua (Philipp Aurand), and his eager assistant Daniel (James Grixoni). 'Divination' is pure spiritual warfare, a thriller like no other. Do not trust every spirit.Written by
This is a great Christian-led movie for the whole family to enjoy. It conveys a deep message and open viewers' eyes to the spiritual world. Unfortunately, Christian related activities (i.e. music, videos, etc.) are no longer popular publicly. Since new campaigns have been endorsed to terminate Christianity and bring rise to the co-existence of all religions, Christian events may no longer be exhibited or promoted at large-- as it may be offensive to other cultural backgrounds and religious affiliations. Having said that, Christianity must now find a new way to captivate the eyes and ears of all peoples -- especially those who are not believers. What I like the most about this movie is that it wisely describes Christianity in a subtle way. One may not hear the word, "Jesus," but he or she will surely hear: "The blood, the tree of life, the bleeding tree" -- symbolism conveying "Christ." All in all, I love this film and would love to see more movies like it.
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