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Post  Khephra on Sun Mar 01, 2009 9:21 am





Cymatics (from the Greek "κύμα" (kyma), meaning "wave" and "τα κυματικά"(ta kymatica), meaning "matters pertaining to waves"), is the study of wave phenomena, pioneered by Swiss medical doctor and natural scientist Hans Jenny (1904-1972).

Ben Stewart, the bright young musician and philosopher, creator of "Esoteric Agenda" has released his second documentary "Kymatica" which is another winner.

Kymatica (from the Greek "ta kymatica" meaning "matters pertaining to waves") will venture into the realm of Cymatics and discuss matters of spirituality, altered states of mind, the ego, and personal responsibility.

The movie focuses on human and universal consciousness and points out psyche disease that mankind has induced by creating insane illusion, which is the main cause of pain and suffer. Goes deeper into metaphysical aspects and connects ancient hidden myths and history with modern ways of society and political outcome. Explains shamanism, duality, and reality behind DNAs and modern false beliefs.

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Post  Whitemaleseekingnothing on Fri Mar 06, 2009 5:21 pm

In a paraphrase of every internet fourm ever:

Citations, now.

If this guy is legit, he'll be happy to provide them.

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Post  Khephra on Sat Mar 07, 2009 6:04 pm

Similarly, I thought it would've been a much stronger film if they'd bothered to include citations - not to mention more interviewees and a bit less Soap Boxing from the host. It shouldn't have been too difficult to find others to intimate views similar with the host/producer...

"Esoteric Agenda" wasn't lambasted nearly as methodically as "Zeitgeist", but that may be due to a lower distribution. Both of the sequels (i.e., "Kymatica" and "Zeitgeist: Addendum") seemed a little too proselytizing to me, but maybe I'm just getting cynical in my years... Wink

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