Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Archetype of the UFO|
Actor: Nick Pope, Philip Gardiner OH Krill
Director: Philip Gardiner
Studio: Repnet Llc Release Date: 02/17/2009
UFO info galore!
M. Starkey | PA | 03/13/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Very comprehensive look at the span of history as it related to UFO's. Informative and clearly researched very well, this film is geared toward the UFO fan but would be entertaining to even those with slight interest. Very well recommended."
Review of archtype of the U.F.O.
George S. Webber | Calgary,Alberta,Canada | 07/01/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"i had to give this one star as it just wasn't very interesting as far as i was concerned.it was more or less all talking about the brain and what the brain perceives and how the brain takes in what the eyes see or the ears hear.for some people,yes,this may be very interesting,but i was expecting more than a few pictures and a lot of boring conversation.i actually had a difficult time watching the show.for me,this is very rare to find a show on U.F.O's boring,but unfortunately this one was.the person asking the questions had a low voice as well,and my friend and i both had a difficult time understanding what he was asking or saying.i wish i could give it a higher rating,but i just can't,which is very rare for me to do."
B. Hauser | Venice, CA USA | 05/10/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There are some interesting ideas at the center of this documentary: is UFO abduction a real phenomenon, or is it a product of our culture? Are these experiences ancient as well, and were they experienced as "angels and devils" in the past? Or as other mystical experiences, depending on a person's particular beliefs? An even more intriguing idea is that our unconscious produces these ideas of alien visitation out of a shared evolution. In other words, are we ourselves visitors from another planet? Did our ancestors populate Earth, and we're just recalling a common origin? There is such a similarity between alien abduction reports, it's hard to discount the possibilities. Two ways to explain this is by something as complicated as a universal consciousness or something as simple as media suggestion."