Have you wondered why it feels like time is speeding up in your life and in the world around you?
Seems people are talking about this lately, especially since March, 2011 (Japan Earthquake). But you won’t hear much about it in the mainstream news media.
Carl Calleman (with help from an inspired team of filmmakers and musicians) has made a recent and very relevant movie titled “The Quickening”.
Over the last few years, there has been an acceleration of hype about 2012, including the blockbuster disaster movie “2012.” Many scholars have zeroed in on the date Dec. 21, 2012, as the point in the time stream where whatever is going to happen will happen.
Calleman thinks that due to errors in the calculations, the “event” will take place much sooner than December of 2012. Instead of the planet melting down or blowing up, we may have something miraculous to look forward to. This movie is very timely and one you won’t want to miss.
If you would like to learn more about Hopi and Mayan prophecies and how they affect our collective futures, you are invited to join us at the Pagosa Lodge, Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. for a free screening of “The Quickening.”
After the movie, we will have a lively discussion group moderated by Mark Kimmell. Though our monthly alternative movies are always free, we do appreciate your donations that help us cover the room rental and associated costs.