Zeitgeist the Movie

Zeitgeist the Movie is one of the most addictively informative movies I’ve seen.

Terror AlertAs evidenced by public education in America, making a learning experience as entertaining as prime time TV eye candy is not easy. But Zeitgeist the Movie comes close.

And it delivers the goods. And it digs deep. And it connects the dots. And it makes sense out of chaos.

WARNING!

Zeitgeist the Movie will more than likely threaten your comfort zone.

That’s ok. It threatened mine, too. So did my first date, public speaking classes, and college calculus. But those were all big learning experiences, and most of the time, great leaps in learning aren’t too comfortable. However, they can be very satisfying — if you hang in there.

As many viewers have noted, it’s not important the you believe everything Zeitgeist the Movie presents. What is important is that you think about what it presents and think about the reasons for your beliefs, whatever they are.

The film is almost 2 hours long, and is divided into three parts: Christianity, 9/11, and the Federal Reserve Bank. Enjoy!

Click below to watch, or visit www.zeitgeistmovie.com.

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.” ~Jimi Hendrix.

“It’s just a ride and we can change it any time we want. It’s only a choice…right now, between fear and love.” ~Bill Hicks.

“The revolution is now.” ~Zeitgeist the Movie.

Zeitgeist was created as a not for profit expression to inspire people to start looking at the world from a more critical perspective and to understand that very often things are not what the population at large think they are…

That being said, it is my hope that people will not take what is said in the film as the truth, but find out for themselves, for truth is not told, it is realized.

[tags]Zeitgeist the Movie, Christianity, 9/11, Federal Reserve, rfid, iraq war, hidden history, new world order, world government[/tags]

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