This video is a ten-minute introduction to a three hour video production presently in
development. Other segments, well underway, will follow. Here, the underlying themes
Memories of planetary upheaval in ancient astronomies
Monumental civilization: commemorating a prior "age of gods and wonders"
Why did the first astronomers identify the greatest gods as planets towering over the
Archetypal memories of Doomsday
Other archetypes: golden age, primeval sun, mother goddess, warrior-hero, chaos
Most common form of the chaos monster: the cosmic serpent or dragon
The video is in rough cut, and modifications will be more than likely in coming months,
as other segments are completed. The principles stated are far-reaching, but they are
not speculations, just facts that are too rarely acknowledged.
One reason for publishing this video in rough-cut form is that, if any statement of fact is
exaggerated, or in any way inaccurate, we will want to correct the statement before
releasing the first hour. Responses will be carefully reviewed.
Symbols of an Alien Sky DVD will introduce you to celestial spectacles
and earth-shaking events once remembered around the world. Archaic symbols of
these events still surround us, some as icons of the world’s great religions,
though the origins of the symbols appear to be lost in obscurity.
Read more at mikamar.
Mythscape: Remembering the End of the World DVD.
Mythscape was produced before the convergence of Saturn theory
with Wal Thornhill and the Electric Universe and provides an historical
context for the more recent production of Symbols of an Alien Sky.
Available in our
Thunderbolts of the Gods is now packaged with the 65-minute DVD,
“Thunderbolts - The Tutorial.” This film introduces you to
the key themes of the theory, and includes interviews with the principal
figures in Electric Universe research.
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