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The Collective Evolution III: The Shift (2014)

The Collective Evolution III is a powerful documentary that explores a revolutionary shift affecting every aspect of our planet. As the shift hits the fan, people are becoming more aware of... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Bernard Alvarez Bernard Alvarez ... Self
Inelia Benz Inelia Benz ... Self
Miriam Delicado ... Self
Franco Denicola Franco Denicola ... Self
Mark DeNicola ... Self
Michael Jeffreys Michael Jeffreys ... Self
Alanna Ketler Alanna Ketler ... Self
Joe Martino Joe Martino ... Self
Daniel Pinchbeck Daniel Pinchbeck ... Self
Jeff Roberts Jeff Roberts ... Self
Luke Rudkowski Luke Rudkowski ... Self
John Stewart John Stewart ... Self
Arjun Walia Arjun Walia ... Self
Winnie Winnie ... Self


The Collective Evolution III is a powerful documentary that explores a revolutionary shift affecting every aspect of our planet. As the shift hits the fan, people are becoming more aware of the control structures that prevent us from experiencing our full potential. CE3 uses a different level of consciousness and scientific facts to bring clarity about the shift while dispelling myths about our true nature. It offers practical steps that we can implement right now to transition out of survival mode and into our more natural state of peace and co-operation . CE3 includes fascinating interviews with revolutionary speakers and people who are already opting out of the current socioeconomic system. The film examines hidden technologies and exciting alternatives for a bright limitless future. Written by Anonymous

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Empty positivity filled with mumbo jumbo
2 May 2014 | by claudiopinSee all my reviews

If you like mysticism, go for it. If not, don't waste your time. As well intentioned as the film seems to be, I found it very naive very early on, in its innocent positivity, full of "shifts in paradigm" that didn't go anywhere. Flirting with conspiracy theories, but in a soft, almost convincing way, that ends up by working the opposite effect. Also, a major flaw for a secular humanist like me or anyone who knows a tiny bit of science, it incorporates too many "metaphysics", mysticism and "new age" concepts. Interviewing mystics, astrologists and such, totally empties any credibility any data presented could have. A pity. The movie started to lose me after mentioning an ancient civilization that obviously had no means to know as much as contemporary science does about the universe, such as a hadron collider or telescopes in deep space. It lost me entirely immediately after interviewing three mystics that made vague statements about the "place in the universe where our galaxy is now" and the number of "alignments in the solar system", and "shift of energy to change the humanity". Too much superstitious mambo jumbo. They should have continued with the interesting political analysis and coverage of manifestations around the world, especially the ones that produced changes. We definitely don't need more superstition and false concepts disguised as true astronomy being spread around our already too mystified and ignorant world. Not even for what seems to be a "good cause".

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