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MEXICO CITY -- An underwater Maya city, a millennia-old landing pad once used for spacecraft, and human contact with extraterrestrials. These may sound like the makings of a blockbuster Hollywood film, but they're actually the alleged discoveries behind the documentary Revelations of the Mayans 2012 and Beyond.
"It is the most important archaeological finding in the history of mankind," he says. "It's going to open the eyes of humanity and elevate the consciousness of every human being on the planet. I guarantee it...
...The underwater Maya city, which Julia-Levy describes as "a city that was built under water, and not a sunken city," was found at the bottom of a lake in Guatemala, according to the producer. He says audiences will see underwater shots of the city."
"The problem with most of the productions going on now that are related to the Maya theme is that they're doing them in an erroneous and irresponsible manner," he says. "This documentary is going to shake the world."
Raul Julia-Levy has been cast to play the lead in 3D family action adventure "Chronicles of the Mayan Tunnel." The $80 million pic is funded by Tayrona Entertainment and Wesley Snipes' production company Maandi Media Entertainment. "Tunnel" follows the exploits of four youngsters sent back in time 1,500 years to the height of the Mayan Empire
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by SmoKeyHaZe
It won't be out until November if I remember correctly. That should tell you what kind of "documentary" it is. The director claims that he has earth-shattering information regarding December 21 but he's not going to reveal it until just a few weeks before that date.
An official announcement of the project is expected in the coming weeks, and a tentative release date has been set for August.