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Timewave 2013: The Future Is Now - The Odyssey II
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This second film by Sharron Rose has been long awaited after the sensation her first film, 2012 the Odyssey Armageddon Is Not What It Used To Be caused among New Age and metaphysical circles when released in 2006. This is definitely an adventure into the nature of time itself, with some of the world s foremost metaphysicians, sages and experts lending their wisdom. Buckle yourself in for a breathtaking ride! The experts in this film reinforce the notion of continual change, inner change and the amazing opportunities presented by the advent of the galactic alignment in December 2012. It is not the end of all time; it is the end of the Mayan calendar and the end of this age. There will be another. The message to me was prepare yourself and embrace it with love. I recommend this film as an antidote to the rather panicky offerings in the mainstream media. It s a far more common sense approach. --Jennifer Hoskins, New Dawn Magazine
In this inspiring sequel to her film 2012 : The Odyssey, Sharron Rose travels far beyond the 2012 End Times theme. With a rich perspective on our history and a new understanding of our present-day world, Timewave 2013 offers a positive take on what we can expect in the future. --Nexus Magazine
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Filmmaker Sharron Rose continues her journey into the mythos of 2012 and the future of humanity. Having met the Q'ero shaman/healers of Peru in the first film, she travels to the Sacred Valley of Peru to sit in a profound healing ceremony with them. This ceremony called a despacho, performed to release negativity and send out prayers, forms the though-line of the film.
As is 2012 the Odyssey, the film has many strong interviews with the experts. This time, in addition to many experts from the cast of 2012 The Odyssey, she brings in the wisdom of such writers and sages as Rianne Eisler who speaks about the partnership vs. dominator model of society and Dr. Jean Houston, who speaks about the message of the heart and the vast potential of humankind.
While the film offers great insight into human potential and possibility, it does not shy away from the deep issues that face us. Whitley Strieber, who wrote the book upon which the film The Day After Tomorrow was based, brings great insight into the issue of global warming. Daniel Pinchbeck speaks of possible extinctions and the power of human ingenuity to overcome obstacles and create solutions.
I was also really touched by the words of Peruvian Shaman/Healer Don Umberto who had a very timely message for America.Read more ›
Interspersed throughout this ceremony are cut-away clips of interviews with a literal Who's-Who list of 2012 mystics and scholars who have spent much time pondering the end of the Mayan calendar. John Major Jenkins, Daniel Pinchbeck, Gregg Braden, Whitley Strieber are all here offering their personal observances of what may be in store for our species as we near the end of "time as we know it."
There is much to digest in this video. If you are wanting solely to be informed on the mechanical workings of the Mayan calendar, you will probably think this project reaches too far into the realm of mysticism and unproven conjecture. That said, if you are a person who has decided to actively pursue the topic of 2012, you will need to become much more comfortable with mysticism and unproven conjecture. We're talking about the future here, which has as many tangents of possibility as there are stars in the sky. Are you intrigued by what MIGHT be? Are you curious as to how some people interpret ancient prophecies and texts? Are you a person that believes humanity has the ability to create a positive future for ourselves and this planet? Then you will enjoy this video.Read more ›
The topic of 2012 and where we are headed as a species transcends any political views and prophetic negativity that you may have. For these reasons I only gave this film 4 stars. It just seemed a little strange for the Sacred Mysteries camp to include these types of fear based ideas in this particular film. Honestly, it has no relevance, so I was a little disappointed in seeing it.
On the upside, there was a wonderful segment on the concept of Time. This video is a great way to bring the illusion of linear time to the masses. I think it will make alot of people think outside the proverbial box. It was a joy seeing this topic included in the video.
Overall, 4 stars based on the majority of the content. Definitely good information here and a good addition for your holistic DVD collection. I look forward to seeing more from the Sacred Mysteries People.
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I liked Sharon Rose previous video and this one is full of good info as well. Not much more to really say about it. If you like this sort of info, it's worth a look.Published on July 15, 2012 by Cheryl
This DVD is instructional in the since that one must receive the education necessary to be informed and prepared...All must see this film at a minimum to start dialog... Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by Omega
They all are here, the usual suspects - the McKennas, Villoldo playing at being Indiana Jones, Arguelles wrapped into a guru robe, a burnt-looking Pinchback plus a bunch of guys... Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by kaioatey
THIS IS A MIND OPENER VIDEO , EASY TO UNDERSTAND ,BETTER IF YOU HAVE A METAPHISICS BACK GROUND, IS A MIND OPENER AND WE NEED TO BE CURIOUS ENOUGH TO SEEK THE KNOWLEDGE BEHIND THE... Read morePublished on October 24, 2010 by Luis Feher
I was ready to turn it off half way through this video. It lacked any real information that pertained to the title. Read morePublished on April 6, 2010 by Wesley J. Dufek
2012 "the Odyssey was good, this was much better, well balanced viewpoints, which can allow each individual to make up his/her own mind: Doomsday?? -- Transformation?? Read morePublished on February 15, 2010 by L. Hoff
This is a much better video than 2012 Odyssey which can be considered part 1 of this 2 part series. In large part this video succeeds because it focuses more on the indigenuous... Read morePublished on September 29, 2009 by MysticJaguar
I thought the original DVD about 2012 was great but this sequel far surpasses it. Get ready for The Great Shift. It's already here. Read morePublished on September 1, 2009 by J. Eckdahl