reply to post by ProphetOfZeal
Okay so, I was pretty skeptical of this movie at first due to the illuminati all-seeing eye right there on the movie poster. Yes, the all seeing eye
is originally occult symbolism, but the way it's used widely in our time today is to signify the status of the illuminati/NWO.
Of course, there is also the fact that Foster Gamble IS a direct heir to the Proctor and Gamble dynasty, so that to me was a sign that this could be
disinfo at best or meant to create profit.
Surprisingly, Foster Gamble admits to being from the Proctor and Gamble dynasty very early in the movie. He then proceeds to say how he has turned
away from his expected role and now fights against the global elite. Who knows if this is true. I want to say that it's convincing, but in the end, it
all could be a ploy for him to assume a role of someone who stands for the people, while still working for the elite.
Anyway, the movie discloses on a lot of information that is very dangerous to the bankers, global elite, etc. They explain the money scam. People like
David Icke were interviewed for their research on this subject. They name the bankers who made the fed reserve possible and give a bit of a history
lesson on how they managed to gain so much power.They also expose illuminati symbology including the all-seeing eye and the New World Order agenda.
And Interestingly, Eugenics is also a topic discussed near the end of the film to, sort of, tie everything together.
All of these topics are exactly what the TPTB would not want anyone to see, so it seems counter-productive for them to release a movie like this.
Lastly, people have mentioned that if the movie was really meant to awaken people, it would be offered for free. What astounds me is that the
production quality of this movie is really good. It seems like it would have required a steep budget to make. So of course, they would have to charge
a small $5 fee for streams and $20 for the DVD just to make up for the production cost. Keep in mind that their audience is tiny (not many know of the
film), so in terms of profit, this barely adds up to anything. (who knows if Foster Gamble has access to his wealth or not)
As I've said, the production quality of this film is good, maybe even too good. But their approach to this makes sense to me. This film is meant for
people who, in short, are not awakened. They have no clue about the bankers duping them. They have never heard of the NWO or that 9/11 and terrorism
are all ploys to scare nations into submission. So because of the quality of the film, it may just be better recieved because it has quality and
structure that I guess, adds on to the legitimacy. It's not a film put together with amateur video editting skills and music from inception/horror
films (there are some great ones), which a newbie to these subjects probably would not take as seriously as many of us would here. Get what I'm
So consider watching the film. I've seen it up on torrents and may even be on youtube at some point for free if you really don't want to buy it. Take
it with a grain of salt and stay cautious. I see no brainwashing in the film and I strongly support a lot of what's been discussed in it, including
the flower of life and its relation to free energy, crop circles, & aliens.
Good day to you all!
edit on 13-11-2011 by Takashi11 because: grammar corrections