Just finished watching all three.
That's 3 hours straight through.
Maybe my tolerance for conspiracy theories is just that high.
First my positive comments,
then the bad.
This video series is fast paced, well narrated, densely packed with information, and does not repeat itself.
It contains just the right amount of superstition and hokum in the begining, and end, that no serious person will watch long enough to find out that
most of the middle 2.5 hours are full of case history, law, world events, and tons of other facinating tid bits. And even if they do watch it, the
hokum in the end will turn them off.
lastly: the series truely is one of the best combinations, or best-of compilations, of all conspiracy theories I've ever seen.
Now before I get to the negative.
I can't tell you how tired I am of slow speaking narratives or videos with text that lingers on the screen so long I find myself fast forwarding.
This series, on the otherhand, is made for young people with quick minds. Watching it was like taking a ride in a well tuned high end sports car. A
While almost everything in the video, besides the intro and ending, is probably true
what is also true is that this video is a precurser to the comming of the Imam Mahdi.
And it's very well done. Thousands of truths and only 5 words were lies. But what is
important is that stuff like this will allow people to feel they are doing their American duty
by appealing to their desire for their cut of the treasure. It makes zero appeals to higher spirituality
and, in fact, reinforces the idea (over and over) that dirty tricks, murder, and cheating rule the world.
A rather difficult series to watch without having an emotional reaction twards many of the players portrayed,
and a negative one at that.
But at the begining the Saint Germain said the
path to long life was positive emotions, not negative.
That negative emotions are
like "acid" to the "internal organs."
So why is this video focused on making the viewer so mad?
edit on 7-8-2011 by davidgrouchy because: (no reason given)