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The world of UFO's and Aliens is filled with controversy, speculation and mystery. What are the UFO's?, Do they exist in reality or are they drawn from somewhere within the mind of man? Do they they emanate from another dimension altogether or are they ancient archetypes that we have forgotten with the sands of time?
The Archetype of the UFO tackles these dilemmas head on, going where few UFO documentaries have dared to go before. As we near 2012, we now need to abandon any previous notions about this phenomenon and delve deeper into this fascinating realm that lures the entire human race toward its future destiny.
Be prepared to think again, outside of standardized reasoning and journey with us into a new paradigm on this controversial and mounting subject.
Joining O. H. Krill and Philip Gardiner in this search is Nick Pope, the real-life Fox Mulder with his incredible and unique insight from his days leading the British Ministry of Defense UFO Project.
Reality is what you make it
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I have to give the producers credit for making this dvd. It is a completely new and different slant on ufos. Read morePublished on July 27, 2013 by Shane
So many ufo videos are sensationalistic that after a while they all start to blend into one another. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Benjamin Carter
This is a very logical approach to UFO phenomenon. The subject of UFOs is a very emotional one, people take their side and then take opposition very personally. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Meredith Reynolds
I am all for skeptism but this dv was an hour of subject bashing and Nick Pope showing his true colors... Read morePublished on January 8, 2011 by Josh Bear
i had to give this one star as it just wasn't very interesting as far as i was concerned.it was more or less all talking about the brain and what the brain perceives and how the... Read morePublished on July 1, 2010 by George S. Webber