To comprehend the future we must understand the present. To understand the present we must comprehend human nature and the past.
For the first time in cinematic history see all human civilizations emerge and evolve and battle as one in one strict chronological saga.
Presented in the "Language of Television", this series tracks the patterns throughout history that shape the present and promise a dystopian future if
we dont overcome the weaknesses of our nature that our elite masters exploit with ever increasing gusto.
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This primer is a rapid fire crash course in the sorts of topics that the main series will explore in depth.
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Examines our tribalist roots and routes in the pre-civilization era.
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So here it is at last. I first thought of this in the summer of 2006, shortly after I did
" out of the clear blue. The opening video wall sequence for it I had done by the end of
that summer, although it has now been remastered. You can see the draft original clip and some more about the genesis of all this
("R2T"). As usual, it started as a neato idea and of course it spun
out into a long concept by the time I had gotten that opener draft clip for the initial project idea put together. It was already poised to stretch
beyond 6 hours in those days, which wasn't a problem in terms of being 'doable', except that computer tech back then trying to do such a thing was
like one week render times. Then by the time I did have a PC that could take it on Google Video (with long durations) had shut down, Youtube only had
10 minute maximum duration with crap quality. Hardly any alternatives int he grand scheme of things, not to mention Google AI shutting videos down in
Then my life had to take a turn away from all of this for many years. Then my life was obliterated and here I am again. By now I knew the project
would go off into the stars in scope, as all this time for 11 years I never stopped studying for this project. I've been consciously wiring it along
this journey of scouring the annals of cinematic history and archiving everything in my path for when the day would finally come.
And came it did, although I did actually try to avoid it because I knew what would happen once I installed Sony Vegas again... my brain would take the
reigns of this thing from my mind. At first, after doing MEMEGEDDON
on a whim for The Contest,
I had 72 hours left on my Vegas trial version so I figured I'd do a big compilation piece with my old videos plus MEMGEDDON plus another new short
I've wanted to do for like a decade. And I actually did pull that off, with lots of borrowed additions to construct a more complete timeline than my
disparate existing pieces provide. And not too bad, but just not enough because you see I had used my opener for this here and the 5 hour piece I did
in 72 hours didn't live up to it. I had only went back 100 years, where "start from the beginning" was always the design.
And so the spiral ran... I had worked my way from the future/present on back. The Patterns I was chasing kept running thick and kept pulling me
further into the past. Now the "film" was somewhere near the 12 hours mark. Note that's with me slicing and smashing every little clip to be used down
in most tedious fashion the best I could to keep it all short as possible. It was to be rendered off in several 1-2 hour pieces now. And then
Hurricane Irma came, disrupting my scene after I hit this place like a 72 hour tornado as the thin black final path line was straight over my bizarro
mad science compound. My Internet was down for a month along this stretch, which initially I let it lapse on purpose so i couldn't scour for more
materials I didnt put any effort to get some money to pay it for a couple weeks, but then the Irma landed just right so that the account had to be
redone and right in the middle my second Vegas trial ended. But I still had plenty of materials after 11 years of archiving and several new months of
rigorous acquisitions, to review and thoughts to think. I had managed to cover the BC era in a mere 20 or so minutes and had intended to leave it
Finally back up after a stretch I was ready to move forward, to "get it done and over with" lol, mostly keep it in terms of post industrial
revolution, but by the time I got back up running again I had realized an entirely new way of presenting wars & conflicts that coupled with the power
of my "Timeline TV Emulation" format I intended to go all out on WW2 as a new goal became to MURDER war. SO I figured I had a couple months to go,
would surely be in the top 10 on the longest films in history list
. But of course I had
Spartacus kicking me in the back of the head for a while. I had only but a tiny clip mentioning him, where to not do a big spread on history's all
time revolutionary would be tragic.
So then I set about doing a big detailed ordeal for his Slave Rebellion. With the battles it was too perfect. My method is to look at all available
media and "exploded diagram" it all to then reconstruct it as one tight knit hard hitting format of boring documentary combined with hard hitting
cinema (preferably). So in itching and scratching everything possible to do it right, it became 'impossible' to not do more about the Roman Empire as
what's going on in America today is straight out of Rome. Then of course by the time I had went through and prepared all those materials for assembly
I had realized that the Patterns of today, of the future, go all the way back to day one of pick your civilization. What's more is the Bronze Age,
there's actually no better period to tell the future. It's so perfect I could almost end it with this Season 1: The Bronze Age.
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