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The initial mission of Giant Rock The Movie is to dramatize the nexus of an exceptional place and an exceptional person – the ancient sacred site of Giant Rock California, and extraterrestrial contactee, ufologist, author and metaphysics research leader George Van Tassel.
The vision of this project however stretches beyond Hollywood.
George Van Tassel was the founder of the modern UFO movement, and his legacy is significant, yet it is incomplete. Van Tassel died suddenly of a heart attack on February 9, 1978, just weeks before the scheduled completion of the Integratron, a project that was the culmination of his research and his interaction with off planet people. The purpose of the Integratron was cell rejuvenation and lifespan expansion, and access was to be free and open to all. Subsequent to Van Tassel’s death key components of the Integratron were removed by the Federal Government and the project was abandoned.
Today’s Giant Rock The Movie Press Release:
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Producers of GIANT ROCK THE MOVIE an Epic UFO Thriller based on the abduction/contactee phenomenon, has optioned the rights of the screenplay Giant Rock from Chad C. Meek the nephew of the late legendary American UFO pioneer George Vantassel. Hollywood veteran character actor and producer Kevin Gage who has acted with Robert De Niro, Demi Moore, Tom Hanks as well as Johnny Depp in the past states "that this has to be the Greatest Story Never Told."
Kevin Gage further states, "It is remarkable how sinister western governments were in their treatment toward the UFO contactees during the 50's and 60's." "There are precious few people who are alive today like Chad C. Meek who had a front row seat to the events that occurred out at Giant Rock." "It is through Chad's eyes that this story will unfold and the movie will be well worth the price of admission."
Giant Rock the Movie is based on the turbulent time period right after the 1947 Roswell UFO Incident and through the Washington D.C. saucer flap that Vantassel had pre-announced as the result of his UFO space channeling sessions. This pre-announcement that is documented via registered letters to both Government and major newspapers eventually put him on the cover of Life Magazine and at the forefront of the nascent UFO disclosure movement that began in the Mojave Desert.
In some aspects the Washington National Sightings could be classed as a surprise - we used this as an excuse when things got fouled up - but in other ways they weren't. A few days prior to the incident a scientist, from an agency that I can't name, and I were talking about the build-up of reports along the east coast of the United States. We talked for about two hours, and I was ready to leave when he said that he had one last comment to make - a prediction. From his study of the UFO reports that he was getting from Air Force Headquarters, and from discussions with his colleagues, he said that he thought that we were sitting right on top of a big keg full of loaded flying saucers. "Within the next few days," he told me, and I remember that he punctuated his slow, deliberate remarks by hitting the desk with his fist, "they're going to blow up and you're going to have the granddaddy of all UFO sightings. The sighting will occur in Washington or New York," he predicted, "probably Washington."
The trend in the UFO reports that this scientist based his prediction on hadn't gone unnoticed. We on Project Blue Book had seen it, and so had the people in the Pentagon; we all had talked about it.
Visual Part in Giant Rock The Movie
A chance to be be in the movie for only $233! This package also includes breakfast and lunch with the stars on set. This premium is our best value.
(Air,Lodging,Transportation not included)
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by Toxicsurf
Did you listen to Greg Bishop's interview with Damon Packard? It was on Misterioso a couple of weeks ago. It might put you off wanting to be in the movie - lots of troubles and hassles. I think it was Greg who once said he'd been in the Integratron and that it was very relaxing in there.