Nassim Haramein on the Ark of the Covenant
An excerpt from Nassim Haramein's interview for Earth Pilgrims (the documentary film coming Spring 2009), covering the Lost Ark of the Covenant.
Nassim Haramein is a revolutionary physicist, and founder of the Resonance Project: http://www.theresonanceproject.org/
Earth Pilgrims: In our increasingly hopeless world situation, one man's disillusion spurs him onto a world journey to understand where we're at in the evolutionary timeline, and where we might be headed.
On a pilgrimage across the old world, through to the new, we meet along the way remarkable people and traditions that grant us thought-provoking perspectives from which to understand our world, and provide us with insights for how we, as individuals, might best navigate through the next saltation.
Part 2 of an excerpt from Nassim Haramein's interview for Earth Pilgrims (the documentary film coming Spring 2009), covering the Lost Ark of the Covenant.
From a world swamped in problems, in a global civilization on its last march towards the edge of the cliff, how can we reconnect with a deeper, more meaningful way of life? How can we make a difference? What happens when 60,000 Quechua Indians gather to give thanks to the vital life force that sustains them? What can we learn from those who put harmony and balance before gain? What is an Earth Pilgrim? Every person has an image of a pilgrim. In Japan it is probably the image of the ohenrosan in Shikoku. This movie was conceived while the director was actually walking the roads of Shikoku on that pilgrimage. But this is not a movie about that kind of pilgrim. It is a message about the deeper meaning of being a pilgrim in the modern world. It is about the great dangers our planet is now facing and about how the pilgrim spirit can help us all. The film follows director Echan Deravy as he travels in search of the meaning of Earth Pilgrim-a new kind of pilgrim, a pilgrim that we can all become in our hearts. The film was shot on location in Britain, Japan, Israel, the US and Peru as well as Hawaii. It is a documentary which includes the wise advice of several leading thinkers and an astonishing older woman. It is not about saving the world it is about how we change our way of being in the world. We do that by becoming a new kind of human that Echan calls Earth Pilgrims.
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