Existential questions have been played with since as far back as ancient history and cultures. Eventually we saw stories come about that were made into sacred books that were then brought into a religion or dogma. With organized religion we had something that only truly became real when there was faith. The books or words were written by man but believed to be scribed while getting messages from god at that time or another. While religion can be something that can bring joy to some, to others it becomes something very serious and wars have been fought over it. While it is mainly human condition and ego that has taken religion too seriously due to the fact that we begin to identify with the faith, there is still something about the organized beliefs that creates a separation and difference amongst humanity. As much as we want to believe they were designed simply to give people answers, it is more likely that they were built to divide.
In late 2011 we released a documentary called The Collective Evolution II: The Human Experience. It goes through our understanding (which is a similar understanding many others have come to) of the human experience and the various factors that play a role in it. While we don’t claim it to be absolute truth, we feel it paints a clear picture of key aspects surrounding how we got to the state we are in now. Of course, you be the judge of your own experience and our experience here. Question everything that doesn’t resonate with you. We did not arrive on these truths via a belief system. Where this information comes from is the removal of all previous belief systems to allow ourselves to see things for what they are more clearly.
The Collective Evolution 2: The Human Experience is a documentary focused on showing each of the dimensions to the experience we call life. The documentary does this by addressing exactly who we all are, and why we are here. It further delves into each of the key pieces that make up the human puzzle, namely the planet, the body, and the ego. The documentary concludes by addressing the shift in consciousness that has already begun and continues to intensify on the planet. It’s intention is to further provide the viewer with the tools and understanding it needs to step out of current limitations and instead experience the infinite potentiality we are all capable of.
The Sacred Science follows eight people from around the world, with varying physical and psychological illnesses, as they embark on a one-month healing journey into the heart of the Amazon jungle.
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"If “Survivor” was actually real and had stakes worth caring about, it would be what happens here, and “The Sacred Science” hopefully is merely one in a long line of exciting endeavors from this group." - Billy Okeefe, McClatchy Tribune