Eat The Sun 2011 NR

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Is it possible to stare at the sun and not eat? Meet Mason. Mason is a modern day "sungazer" and subject of Peter Sorcher's award-winning and suspenseful film that follows Mason on an unbelievable and often hilarious cross-country tour into the little know world of sungazing - an ancient practice of looking directly at the sun to derive physical and spiritual benefits.

Starring:
Mason Dwinell, Jason LeRoy Wharton
Runtime:
1 hour 23 minutes

Eat The Sun

Product Details

Genres Documentary
Director Peter Sorcher
Starring Mason Dwinell, Jason LeRoy Wharton
Studio CreateSpace
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)

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The earliest Christian churches were Sun Gazers until the Roman military-industrial complex shut them down. Did Moses have to feed his thousands of Israelites for forty years in the desert? ... or were they the original Sun Gazers?
I am at fifteen minutes which equivilates to ninty gazings at ten extra seconds per gaze which started at ten seconds. My eyes are fine and my appetite has reduced to 50% and I don't have to worry too much about Genetically Modified Objects (GMO) in our foods.
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. Thomas on March 25, 2012
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I thought that I was getting a physical product when I clicked the Purchase Button, but instead got something that I had to download. I didn't have the necessary tools, so got Nothing for $10!!! Even when I asked for help from my son, he said that he, too, didn't have what was needed.
There was no way, that I could find to "return this item", so am stuck with paying $10 for a lesson that all is not as it seems.
I'm sure Eat the Sun is a fine film, but will not be able to attest for sure.
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