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A New Age Hoax Posing as Native
nafps24 October 2018
Warning: Spoilers
Calling this a documentary is a stretch. It's about as accurate as those awful Ancient Alien shows on History Channel. New Age nonsense throughout, POSING as American Indian:

The 2012 pseudo prophecy came from New Age imposters, not Mayas or other Natives. Actual Mayas were appalled and frustrated because they have no prophecies about 2012. Far from any end of the world, their ancient calendars go to the year 4377! And even then they don't show any apocalypse. All those claims came from white New Agers posing as experts in order to fleece the fearful and gullible.

"Chief Sonne Reyna" is not a chief, and his claims of ancestry change constantly, from Yaqui to Apache to Comanche to Coahuilteca to Carrizo. None of these tribes are related to each other. The last, Carrizo, were made extinct over 200 years ago! His real name is Juan Jose Reyna Jr. He's Mexican with possibly distant ancestry, and makes his living peddling New Age nonsense to European whites.

Save your time and avoid seeing this hoax from imposters and exploiters.
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A Documentary on the Metaphysical that will change your life...
radiohedge21 August 2012
Watching this film really hit home with me. I've spent the last 17 years of my life as a cold, hard atheist. That is, until about 4 months ago when I found a bridge between science and spirituality in the form of the Princeton Global Consciousness Project. This is solid scientific evidence of the existence of a sphere of psychic energy that surrounds this planet. Needless to say, this sent me on a quest to try and find some answers, and 16 weeks into my journey into the mystical and unknown, I find myself at a screening of Metaphysia 2012.

This film follows one man's quest to find the answers to life's great mysteries. He seems to have no real belief structure, but as we follow his journey, and as he speaks to numerous incredible minds that share ideas and concepts with him that he'd never before considered, you can watch first hand as his entire life changes in front of his own camera.

This film encompasses ALL religion and spiritualist concepts. Some get laughed off, and rightly so, as some followers of ANY religion can be off the deep end, but the film maker never closes himself. He talks to them all, and takes them all at their word. It is this sense of openness that draws the film maker deeper and deeper into spiritual and metaphysical experiences that left not only the film maker, but also his entire audience breathless.

Some VERY important ideas radiate throughout this film, and I would suggest that any philosopher or theologian watch this film for the brilliant interviews with some of the greatest minds I've seen put to film.

The final thought of this incredible documentary is this: Are you being shifted? It turns out, the film maker was indeed being shifted. I know that I, and many of my friends and family are being shifted as well. That just leaves one question.

Are you being shifted?
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