Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Great film with a lot of pros and a few cons
Saltad Muffin | 01/20/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Great film that really shows what this new digital age can do. Only five or seven years ago the "established" media did everything possible for you not to make a film like this. But thanks to the internet and good technology at an affordable price, a documentary like this can be made.
Better than average production values and excellent investigating.
The only negatives is that some of the theories is a bit far fetched. Note: SOME OF THE THEORIES, not all. Maybe 15-20% are far fetched which will be enough for the mainstream media to use to bash this production should it get too popular. But otherwise it is an excellent film, the main focus of the film are true.)
If you live in the US, this is definitely worth buying, since I guess this will be unknownnews to most.
J. Rubino | Simi Valley,Ca USA | 09/27/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is a documentary that deals with quite a few "peripheral" ideas, some that have been around for a while. The opening segment on "rods" was fascinating and intriguing and I had not heard of this phenomenon before even though they were "discovered in the early 90's. Aural or "Kirlian" photography has been around since the late 60's. Remote viewing has been the backyard for psychics for some time. All good stuff; all real as far as I know.
Some of the "other" stuff may or may not be real- the conspiracy theory fanatics will probably love these segments. I personally thought the DVD went way down hill with these few sections. Not so much because of the subject matter but the "researchers" they found to talk lacked credibility and believability. The film maker appears to have gone to some kind of convention and videoed a few of the most far out ideas presented. The people they picked to give their ideas looked a "little off". If you watch the video you will understand what I mean.
The longest segment which was also the last segment seemed so convoluted as to be given by a mentally ill person. I'm not kidding. This guy started out with an interesting angle but soon I felt he was making it up more and more as would a "mental" patient who is delusional. He started rambling and trying to connect many disparate things that just got down right ridiculous. I finished watching the entire DVD but honestly the last segment made the entire DVD feel like a hoax or a well put together practical joke for the gullible. Because several of the earlier segments have actually been well documented for many years the DVD does have some credibility, which is why I gave it a two rather than a one rating, but overall, two thumbs down for me."
Eye-opening & very informative
M. Raguz | 08/27/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I'm a novice to this conspiracy theory stuff and am absolutely fascinated by all the hidden knowledge that is out there, perhaps even a little obsessed.
Okay, the sound healing and aura photography sound like B.S. to me. Everything else, including the American/British connection and especially the Atlantis theory are amazing. The idea that we are some alien half-breed really is mind-blowing. Hey, you never know...
Good luck finding a copy of this DVD! I think I found the last copy available on the internet, or anywhere for that matter. I personally believe "they" made sure it went out of print on purpose. But if by lucky chance you happen to come accross one, buy it.
One thing is for sure, and it's a little bit terrifying, but my view of reality has definitely changed. Maybe that's a good thing."
tripleo | Toronto, Ontario Canada | 03/16/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I thought the first half was focused a bit too much on the metaphysical aspect of things. But the second half was really interesting. Its a good documentary for anybody who is interested in the truth. Whether it be, Secret Societies, Elite Organizations, NWO, or a higher power. I will definately watch this again, and again."