posted on Jun, 10 2009 @ 12:02 AM
Both this movie and the previous documentary are fantastic films that i wish more people would see.
what shocked me the most is we talk about how we are all connected due to the earths vibrations etc, and then the dog scene comes. that poor animal.
until today i was never really an animal activist, but after learning that we are all connected and then seeing the true and honest suffering that
animal was going through in its last moments of life (no doubt..) i couldnt help but feel anger and anguish like it was my own child or loved one
being hurt in front of me.
such a weird, sureal experience that i owe to that movie for that one part below.
a lot of people will not like this movie as it doesnt touch as directly on the NWO and its science fiction flavoured agenda (im not calling it false,
but lets face it, as horrible as it is, its also very entertaining to watch) - but the themes throughout this movie are stronger. when it does touch
on the whole NWO thing, it hits heavier than pointing the finger - for example, the nazi general who stated any populas can be controlled through fear
and then taking that quote and relating it to the man who predicted 9/11 weeks before it happened - it truely hits home that someone out there knows
what they are doing and its the most carefully planned manipulation of a species ever.
are they trying to ensure that the masses do not experience or return to the earth and our shamanistic and pagan roots, as the control mechanisms used
are useless when in that aspect?
the way that stem cell researcher described how the same genetic material evolved under different conditions was also amazing and just shows that we
all truely do have the same potential.