posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 12:28 PM
reply to post by sirric
I watched the full video, although I was "working" on other things and sometimes distracted. However, my take always were as follows:
1. Greer combines new age philosophy, ecology, and a belief of UFOs into a sort of "cult like" group that literally seek to summon the space
travelers. Effectivness? This one is a little beyond my current belief system, but its conceivable, I suppose. I think this element will distract
some other points the movie makes, by immediately turning off some viewers.
2. The film points of that we are destroying our planet, and contends that technology is being withheld that could solve mankind's issues. There is
a lot of testimony to back this up and the case is very strong.
3. The small sale demonstrations of magnetic and "free" energy was quite interesting. It proves that the technology is possible on a larger scale,
4. The ET being was interesting and compelling but not conclusive, IMO. Some very strange anamolies are present, like the size, the bone structure,
and number of ribs. It appears to be at least partially human, perhaps. Dr. Gary Nolan is continuing with more advanced DNA sequencing. This element
doesn't really help the film that much, other than the wow factor.
Bottom line, it is an interesting production. I think it will be blackballed and ignored by the media, and most of the population. It will cause a
ripple and not a waive. Yet, good effort and I recommend watching