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Reality TV: Metaphysics and Paranormal: Science of the Soul (2007)

Episode 8
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Ancient cultures have a powerful message for those of us living in modern times. From ancient symbols such as the axis mundi and serpents of wisdom to Egyptian mythology and Greek interpretations of the bible, a code is hidden. It tells of the true potential for mankind. We are being compelled to ascend into a greater state of consciousness.

The modern concept of Christ is a misnomer. These ancient secrets reveal that each one of us is being called to become our own Christ, ready for a new age of enlightenment. We are perfectly whole, now. We just need to wake up into the third eye and dare to see, in our mind’s eye, this new world for all of mankind.

Steve Mitchell
Dr. John Jay Harper


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jmalan91, posted on April 12, 2016

bad show, something from YouTube, with bad music, stepping on the words so it is hard to hear and listen as the music is seemingly more important that the message and the images are not worth looking at unless you want to have a head ache. those that like this are high, I know if I was high it would be much better
I did get to 24 minutes

ruinsofcoolness, posted on August 25, 2015

Glad I'm not the only one here who finds the audio and mixing deplorable. The actual content of the movie and the images are wonderful, but the poor audio and mixing unfortunately makes it virtually unwatchable. How disappointing.

twicebakedcrow, posted on April 17, 2015

I feel I missed so much of the narration! The music was too loud. Distracting. Didn't seem to fit. Couldn't finish watching.

rachellorraineking, posted on February 21, 2015

I enjoyed the information, although it was at an introductory level, but the main bummer was the production quality.

Specifically, the quality of some of the images and the music design was very poor :(

Please keep going bud but spend more time with the audio etc. otherwise the impact of the movie is lessened.

ladymorosan, posted on January 13, 2015

For a musical meditation to work, the soundtrack should not clash with the narration. I actually like some of the bands used but their music is SO out of place here. Guess I have to avoid anything done by JJ Harper as well as Stephen Miller since they commit the same kind of filmic faux pas. Ten minutes of this was too much. I gave it one star & wish GaiamTV would reflect the - true - star average this film is getting - because it sure ain't 4 stars.

KerriK, posted on October 30, 2014

Why in heck would they put music with singing in the background of a narrator. Background music is meant to be just that, in the background. It was such a bizarre musical choice that I kept looking all over my computer for the source of the music. It is such a strange choice, so loud, and overpowered the narration so badly that it didn't even occur to me the music was coming from the movie! Wow, just horrible. What was the director thinking?

debratdw, posted on August 27, 2014

I had to stop watching it, the music was way too loud and distracting.

pat62, posted on August 5, 2014

not sure why people are complaining about the music or narrative all sounds fine to me ... maybe they just needed to express some negativity who knows peace out much love ...thanks for the content

deanandwally, posted on October 22, 2014

Valuable content but the music inhibits some from hearing clearly. The mix is unbalanced. Just a fact....not necessarily a negative expression . Maybe do a re-mix?

nansemomish, posted on July 30, 2014

Amazing. If GaiamTV has more like this, I want to find it. But the music is a bit much in places.

SHARONC, posted on June 9, 2014

background music WAY too loud. I couldn't finish too distracting. Too bad.

nansemomish, posted on June 9, 2014

This is wonderful, psyche changing work. The music made it necessary to focus on image and word, kept the restless portion of my brain busy. More of the same please!

debbyspitz, posted on April 2, 2015

I agree! Music helped me to focus.

mickialbert, posted on May 17, 2014

I thought I would be the only one picking on the audio, but I was not alone. Darn it! I guess this is a good video- only listened for several minutes, difficult to hang with it, but hoping it would improve . It's anti-meditative.

fxbelle, posted on May 15, 2014

I would have loved to have been able to get through the entire presentation, but the background music is far too loud to understand the commentator. I don't understand why several producers seem to think this is a great way to present information. It is the WORST way! I shall be looking at comments more often, from now on, as I wouldn't have wasted my 9 minutes, had I read the other comments.

floydan, posted on November 17, 2013

You've-mastered this video, haven't you. Good job! Could swear I'm listening to Freddie Silva. At any rate, it's good to be able to clearly hear the monologue above the background music.

floydan, posted on February 26, 2013

The background music is a bit obtrusive. I think the theory is that the subconscious is much quicker than the conscious, and it picked up everything that was said without the analytic features of the conscious interfering too much. I enjoy putting it on for ambience as I'm doing anything else. It's like a coliage of information, art, and music to look at-or not. It's ,at least, an hour without commercials!

Dana Martine, posted on February 7, 2013

I'm sure that it would have been wonderful in it's informative content... however the competition for narration over the artists singing prevented me from hearing anything. I stopped after 5 minutes.

kutsandcurls, posted on November 16, 2012

This was the most amazing info ever! maybe the background music was a bit loud & yes you really had to tune in. But this guy did an awsome job & verified everything I have researched and put it in a nut shell. The intro was a bit long but maybe nessesarry to get you calmed down for the ride...12-12-12 Great Job! Thank You!!! deffinately gonna share!

Lolk, posted on November 14, 2012

It sounds as if there is some interesting information being presented here, but I don't think I will ever hear it. The singing in the background while the narrator is talking is distracting, and too loud. Drowns the fellow out. From what I did hear - maybe 10 minutes, it sounds intriguing. I can't figure why it would be imagined the singing was necesssary with so much rich and intriguing information - it would have stood well on its own. Maybe I'll try again another time and the singing voices won't seem so prominent.....

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