posted on Nov, 3 2005 @ 08:09 PM
Originally posted by Odium
Let us take this one by one.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial was written by Melissa Mathison.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind was written by Steven Spielberg.
Taken has had several different directors and writers, for example Leslie Bohem and Tobe Hooper on the first episode.
In two of those three movies, Spielberg was picked and asked to do it because of his talents as a directer. The script/plot was written by a different
person and has nothing to do with him.
ah interesting I never knew that..didnt she star in both movies though..
to tell the truth, when I look at it all, Close encounters is pretty realistic, I use colour and sound in much of my work as many
occultists/healers/spiritual people and so on have down through time. It makes sense that colour and sound is the universal communication. So I found
that movie to be spot on. Also the reaction by the government right down to the quarantine and media scare to his the spaceships existance.
Taken also has many things I can see in it that align to many of the stories we discuss here, including the 2nd coming, Valhalls thread and so on. The
child, a child of the stars and the earth. The two in one, the new missing link and so on.
He has conbined many features we have argued and discussed over time, the implants, the abductions, crop circles, the grey and more and put the whole
story together into the one thing. Then put it in fiction to make it swallowable to the masses and printed it. He has done great at tying it all
Et was not the same idea. It was on a different track to taken and close encounters. Close encounters could easily be an early prequil to Taken.
What Spielberg knows I think he has taken from inside himself, I have no doubt he has had government or other "help" with info over the years but I
really think its inisde him, what he thinks its all about.
He has probably done what we do and that is study, read, research, I would expect he has an extensive library of info on all these matters, I
suspect it was a hobby, that grew to a fascination that grew to a lifetime commitment.