Friday, July 21, 2006

The Fallen Story

I'll be honest, I would probably never watch this movie (not usually a "family channel" kinda person) had it not been entwined with this ARG, but not only will I Tivo it now, I will probably help promote it. :) Whoever came up with these ideas deserves a promotion...

Apparently, the movie, which will air on the ABC Family Ch (cable sister network to ABC) this Sun 8-9PM, is based on a book series by Thomas E. Sniegoski, about a race of fallen angels, and their battle on Earth. I've heard they are giving out free copies of the book at Comic Con, and since I'm going there anyway on Saturday, I'll try and grab a few, and let you guys know if there's any hints given at the panel. If you have read or are a fan of the series, please leave a comment.

Supposedly (according to the SciFiWire story, below), the game is being built by Matt Wolf, who designed games for features like The Bourne Identity. The article also says that clues to the ARG will be embedded at the end of the Sunday broadcast.

Other links:
SciFiWire Story: Game Gives Wing To Fallen
ARGN Story: ABC Family Announces Upcoming ARG
Official ABC Family Site for Fallen

So, I'm off for the weekend, but if there are any major developments, Lostpedian is helping me update this blog.


At 6:50 AM, Anonymous Myconid said...

So the last person who noted the bible linkage got John 14:12, here's an alternate wording from the king james bible

Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.

Also, let's see 12:14 which would be flipping the number completely rather than in pairs. This is what we get (king james again)

And Jesus, when he had found a young ass, sat thereon; as it is written,

doesn't seem as promising as the first one however.

I assume that the king james version would be the one being used as reference by those behind the curtain as it's supposedly more accurate and more accepted than other versions of the bible (like the 'good news bible') because it's a direct translation rather than a more dynamic translation, also it's one of the oldest if not the oldest english translation.

At 10:06 AM, Anonymous shaze said...

any news from the comic con ? Do you get the book ?

At 9:36 PM, Anonymous Myconid said...

And something I forgot to mention earlier, that web-page for the site designer with the random latin? It starts with the phrase; 'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet'

That phrase usually indicates that what follows is place-holding text, randomly computer generated to mimic real text. It's usually used by website designers when they're designing to help them see what the page would look like with real words on it instead of 'text here text here text here'.

It may actually be real latin however, but from that initial phrase and the fact it's a designers website, probably not? I'm going to attempt a translation anyways.

At 11:43 PM, Blogger auranviem said...

hi all a couple of things:
1st on the bible verses the symbol that are being tattooed look like angel script and that is in the old testament trying to check where
2nd pandora in an earlyer post you said something about the oculus and the occult that would the the Oculus Inferno? i hnk the translation is eye of hell..


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