This documentary was a real eye opener. It makes some very interesting and informative connections between Religion and Astrology. With lots of sources to back claims up it brings to light the countless similarities between different Gods throughout history and the astrological connections behind them. It stands on the side of informing viewers of the political and human ambition behind the fraudulent use of Religion throughout history and today.
I got a history lesson about the financial institutions control of war and the economy. The claims for conspiracy theories behind 9/11 are backed up with photos, interviews with credible witnesses (like first responders) and facts that are hard to deny. Connections between the Bush’s and the wealthy financiers over the last few decades are well documented and the propaganda strategies stolen from the Nazi’s are frightening. The biggest eye opener for me had to be the possibility that Presidents in this century not only provoked attacks on Americans that took the US into WWI, WWII, the Viet Nam War, and the current wars in the Middle East but did nothing to stop them.
This documentary provides it’s sources and even has a web site with a resource guide backing up all it’s claims and information.
I walked away informed and enlightened.
I give this documentary 5 stars.
You can watch this on Netflix.
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A Personal View by Stephen Hicks, Ph.D.
DVD, Ockham’s Razor Publishing, 2006
Stephen Hicks is a professor of philosophy at Rockford College,Illinois.
This documentary looks like his philosophy students filmed it. Never the less is an interesting viewing. It is a ball buster, 2 hours and 45 minutes long. It is just Hicks talking to the camera with occasional photos a film footage. At times I drifted and had to watch it a couple of times to absorb it all.
It definitely offers a unique perspective of the history behind Hitler‘s socialistic interpretation of the Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra. He examines every phase of Hitler’s rise to the Fall of the Third Reich. He explains socialistic ideology and Catholic doctrine while defining Nietzsche’s existentialism interesting to viewers well versed in philosophy and understandable for those in philosophy 101. I watched this with my teenage daughter and she walked away with new knowledge.
It gets 5 stars.
Available on Netflix.
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Tags: Adolf Hitler, Catholic Church, Christianity, Ghetto, Netflix, Nietzsche, Philosophy, Stephen Hicks