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Doomsday obsessives believe that 6/6/06 will be "a day of satanic power" marked by the firing of demonic galactic missiles at earth.
His staggeringly evil, infantile gaze into the camera is the film's sign-off. Pulp Fiction was one of many films to adopt The Omen's symbolism: the evil Marcellus Wallace's briefcase - key to the plot - could be opened using the combination 666.
Others range from Roman Polanski's The Ninth Gate and Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange to End of Days, The Exorcism of Emily Rose and The Devil's Advocate (starring Al Pacino as Satan, tempting Keanu Reeves into fathering the Antichrist).
During recording, their producer Martin Birch had a car accident one night. Scared witless, he quibbled over the bill and got the sum changed.
The symbolism has even strayed into the rather more family-friendly world of musicals.
This was written to comfort the persecuted Christians that God would save them.
Other readings are a misunderstanding." The writer Robert Graves supported a similar theory, albeit pointing the finger at the emperor Domitian.
The thrash metal band Slayer starts its Unholy Alliance Tour. THE BOOK OF REVELATION You find the origins of 666's bad rep in the final book of the New Testament, the book of Revelation - in its visions of the destruction of the world.
Satan is defeated, the last trumpet sounds and Christ triumphs.
Others believe today will draw us closer to "the rapture" - when the Lord calls his Christian faithful up to the heavens.
(Non-believing mortals will know this has happened because millions of born-again evangelicals will disappear overnight; a not-altogether unwelcome development for atheists.) Several websites help prepare for the Lord's arrival: has a "rapture index" which has moved to 156, warning believers it is "time to fasten your seatbelts".
So it is little wonder Doomsday obsessives believe the world will end today.