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Near-Death Movies

August 14, 2010

Two Fabulous Full-length Feature Films. Bring your intermission. First movie begins promptly at 2 pm.

Welcome to a wonderful afternoon of mystical fun! Both of these movies
are entertaining and informative...


A very well done near-death experience brings to life a woman who comes
back with the ability to see ghosts after her NDE.

Amy Acker is the top talent in this LMN flick, with Johanna Nutter and
James A. Woods (among others) ably embodying the supporting characters.
Acker is Ellie, a woman who has the \"near death experience\" from the
get-go. After awakening in the hospital, she soon realizes she brought
something back with her from her brush with death...something that
frightens her and simultaneously lends her power to get people
heard...dead people, that is.

WHAT ON EARTH? (2009)...winner “Best Feature Documentary” at the 2009
UFO Congress Film Festival

Intricate designs in crops turn up in farmers’ fields overnight.
Although they have appeared throughout the world for many years, no one
knows where they come from or why they arrive.

For fifteen years, Suzanne Taylor has been part of a lively community of
visionary artists, scientist, philosophers, geometers and farmers who
are drawn to England by the circles every summer.

This 81-minute feature documentary tracks her interactions with these
“croppies” as they go circle-chasing, indulge in circle-analysis, and
share why they are so fascinated by the phenomenon.

It also deals with how our scientific materialistic worldview hampers
serious investigation of a great mystery of our time, and how knowing
the circles come from another intelligence would help us think as a
planet to solve the problems that challenge us now...

<i> “At all costs, don’t miss What on Earth? It deals intelligently with
the globe’s most persistent and beautiful mystery, the crop circles. If
you have an inkling of adventure and even a small opening of curiosity,
you will savor this lovely voyage into the realms of the magnificent and
our human relationship with it.” ~Jay Levin, Founder and former Editor
in Chief, LosAngeles Weekly </i>

<i>\"One of the most magnificent, startlingly brilliant DVDs on the
phenomenon ever produced. Incredibly beautiful and powerful.\" ~Whitley
Strieber </i>

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