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Originally posted by jinx880101
reply to post by GovtFlu
The part about certain languages (part 3 about 8 min in), mostly of the mid east variety, that when spoken... resonate into some crazy frequency that un-locks geometry, or something.. What if the current languages we use, when spoken, resonate outside the frequency we are supposed to generate??
Who is to say there isn't some crazy ancient language that allows our voice and mind to resonate at a frequency that can unlock barriers to our spiritual side?.. like a specific chant that lets us talk to the spirits of dead relatives.
Wouldn't that be the ultimate conspiracy?.. that the elite know our languages are like some wacky out of frequency ancient codes designed to keep us stupid and unaware... there has got to be a sci-fi movie like that out there.
You hit the nail on the head there my friend. Our minds are being downplayed-using a simple weapon such as language. This was also the reason why ancient civilizations that practiced Shamanism were destroyed.
What I also find interesting is that children between the age of 3 & 6 years old can learn 3 additional languages at the same time, excluding their home language. Yet, these days children of that age are not taught much apart from shapes and colors! Makes you wonder doesn't it.
By badly done research I mean other than a few sourced quotes, not once do they say "and this is seen in" or "this is backed up by" the entire movie goes by the theory that you will believe everything they say while watching the movie. If this were an academic paper it would be ridiculed because of the lack of evidence to back up their claims during the movie. Also, you only choose one thing out of my post that you have a problem with, does this imply you agree with my other remarks? Although I do not think this movie was awful, I just found it utterly ridiculous that the creator and narrator is one of the two interviewees in the film.