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Though her first attempt at producing a movie of similar message was foiled, Decoding B’Aqutun is set to release in exclusive distribution on December 1. The film reveals the fascinating Mayan Prophecies on B’Aqutun—the last cycle of the Mayan calendar— which were generated based upon apocalyptic visions, tales and legends. Thieriot explains, “The film is amazing. It is an extension of what the world is facing right now—we need to create balance in our lives with nature.”
The story begins in the rainforests of Guatemala, thousands and thousands of years ago, where the Mayan people built cities, temples and pyramids. Elisabeth Thieriot is making headlines while producing the film, Decoding B'aqtun, slated for release in December 2012.
This film is especially relevant to the time in which we currently live, and my goal is to discover more about the Mayans, and take you on the journey," Elisabeth Thieriot says. "The fact that so long ago ancient Mayans were marking 2012 as an important year makes the message especially significant. They knew then what we must know now."
The film features never before seen artifacts.
In addition, the film gives an account of the Mayan heritage explained through the perspective of Mayans themselves; making each moment a personalized inside view of the true Mayan history.
We are sorry for the delay. But as you might have seen on the media the movie was in arbitration, but thankfully we can start putting more content and media on line.
Again I am sorry for the media black out but rest you will be hearing more and more in the following days..
"The truth, directly from Mayan Elders.
In April of 2012, a group of filmmakers set out to discover two things related to the Mayan Long Count Calendar's end: a relationship to extraterrestrials and a relationship to the future of the planet.
One filmmaker found an E.T. that was working right beside him. The other found an alien with ulterior motives. What they both got out of their relationship was more than either bargained for.
Elisabeth Thieriot (E.T.); successful San Francisco author and business woman and Raul Julia-Levy; born in Latin America, his celebrity suspect, originally came together to produce a movie about the end of the world, the Mayan Calendar, and revelations from the Mayan Council of Elders. "Mayan Revelations 2012 and beyond "was to produce evidence that the Mayans co-existed on Earth with beings from another planet. It was to prove the Mayan ancestors had a formalized arrangement in a documented treaty with these E.T.s. Julia-Levy had originally contracted to produce the project with A&E.
Julia-Levy wanting to capitalize on the audience's fear knowing the Mayan calendar was coming to a close on December 21, 2012 and moved fast, agreeing to Thieriot's terms in order to get his hands on her money. He secretly began filming without Thieriot being on the set..."
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Much has been written about financier and producer Elisabeth Thieriot's battles with Raul Julia-Levy over the ownership of a documentary about the Mayans. The war is now over and the victory has gone to Thieriot as the result of an International Film and Television Association (IFTA) arbitration award. IFTA Arbitrator Gerald Phillips, after a thorough review of all the documentary and testimonial evidence presented during the arbitration proceeding, has awarded Thieriot "the right, title and interest in all footage" and ruled that Levy "is not to possess or exploit" the footage in any way.
The arbitrator, who wrote that he was the subject of an intimidation attempt by Julia-Levy during the proceedings, also knocked down one-by-one all of Julia-Levy's assertions that he was getting government assistance on the documentary beyond a permit to film.
There was no federal government order to deliver footage.
There was no proof that the governments had promised to provide security and transportation.
And certainly not last and least, there was no proof that the Mexican and Guatemalan governments were supporting the revelation of evidence about a contract between the Mayans and extraterrestrials.
As Phillips wrote, "[Julia-Levy] represented that he would produce actual artifacts, tangible proof of an agreement between the Mayans and extraterrestrials. He stated that he would produce archaeological papers, which he did. However [Theriot] testified that she later learned that they were falsified."
Thieriot's films, "Mayan Revelations and Hollywood Lies" and "Decoding B'aqtun" are scheduled to release this year. For more information about the films, visit www.mayanrevelationsandhollywoodlies.com .