Searching across the world for signs to mankind's religious decree via ancient societies and artifacts, Jay Weidner is a renowned filmmaker, author, and scholar whose work offers significant insight into the factors that have led to the current global crisis.
Considered to be a ?modern-day Indiana Jones? for his ongoing global quest for humanity?s spiritual destiny, Jay Weidner is the co-author of "The Mysteries of the Great Cross of Hendaye: Alchemy and the End of Time" and "A Monument to the End of Time (with Vincent Bridges)."
Weidner has been featured in multiple History Channel documentaries including "The Lost Book of Nostradamus" and "Nostradamus 2012," for which he was also an associate producer. He was also featured in the documentary, "Room 237," in Brad Meltzer?s "Decoded," and in Jesse Ventura?s, "Conspiracy Theory."
Weidner is both wrote and directed the new feature film, "The Last Avatar," as well as the documentary series on Stanley Kubrick, "Kubrick's Odyssey." His previous directing works also include the critically acclaimed documentary, "Infinity: The Ultimate Trip," "Journey Beyond Death," and "Beyond the Infinite."