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Waiting For Nesara
Waiting For Nesara
Actor: Open Mind Forum
Director: Zeb Haradon
Genres: Special Interests, Documentary, Military & War
NR     2008     1hr 17min

September 11, 2001. Salt Lake City, Utah. A messianic group called "The Open Mind Forum" awaits the implementation of NESARA, a secret law 100 years in the making. Once implemented, NESARA will abolish the IRS, remove Geor...  more »


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Actor: Open Mind Forum
Director: Zeb Haradon
Genres: Special Interests, Documentary, Military & War
Sub-Genres: Special Interests, Documentary, Military & War
Studio: Pathfinder Home Ent.
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 08/26/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 1hr 17min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

Movie Reviews

Just wow
Michael Everleth | Los Angeles, CA | 01/14/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"You watch this movie and you know it's a documentary, but when it's all done you can't believe it's all actually for real. How do people get sucked into these bizarre belief systems anyway? Jesus really cares about abolishing taxes? Bush is a space alien? It's all absolutely unbelievable, but thank goodness the people of this cult were open enough to allow themselves to be interviewed so freely on camera. This is an amazing documentary."
Outstanding exploration of irrational belief
Guy P. Harrison | Earth | 12/31/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love this stirring and remarkable documentary. This is an extraordinary peek inside a small group of people who are convinced that reptilian extraterrestrials are poised to do us harm. It's more complicated than that but I'll leave the details for viewers to discover.

At times I felt sad for these people, so utterly lacking in skepticism and the ability to see through hollow claims. As a lifelong Star Trek fan I also was fascinated to hear several Trek references used by the group members in casual conversation. Many of them seemed to be science fiction fans who took it all a bit too seriously. It was all a sort of perfect storm, a weird fusion of religion and sci-fi with gullible people caught in middle.

This amazing film is a feast for skeptics who will no doubt be entranced by the spectacle of what happens when people can not or will not think critically. One is also likely to see how easy it is for new religions to be born. Who knows? This handful of people may have laid the foundation for a world religion that will have a few billion followers one day. Give an intriguing collection of irrational beliefs a thousand years or so and anything can happen.

I encourage those who watch "Waiting for Nesara" not to give in to feelings of condemnation or condescension. These people, wild as their beliefs may be, are only guilty of being human. Clearly there is something about our species that leaves us vulnerable to these sorts of unfounded beliefs. At the end of the day, there is really no meaningful difference between these people and the billions of believers who believe in socially respected gods.

If you have ever doubted the importance of skepticism then just watch this fine film!

--Guy P. Harrison, author of

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1 Year later, this movie still haunts me
Vegan Girl | Seattle, WA | 12/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I still can't get these people out of my mind. They rested all the hope they had on something that just never came. They are kind, well-intentioned people, but they were living in a fantasy world. I can't help but think of this movie every time I find myself clinging to a hope that, deep down, I know may never happen."
Stuff you just can't make up.
Andrew Hibbard | LA, CA | 12/04/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This movie baked my noodle. Watching and listening to these people, made me feel like I was taking crazy pills. And after it sunk in, it offered some self reflection in to the nature of blind faith. I wonder if any of us, with our certainly more subtle delusions, are really so different."