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I read the post regarding the show "V". I did not want to hijack that post, so I created this one.
This post also goes along the lines with current TV shows that has a Law of One related content and/or spiritual content. The show Smallville has just ended its 9th season. The premise of the last three shows was about a "Book of Rao", which holds the secrets of the universe and can transport people to a higher dimension. Some of the actors, at first called the book "Ra-o", now it seems they simply call it The Book of Ra. When I originally hear this, I thought "did they just say that?", and re-wound my dvr a few times with the speakers turned up. I see lot's of spiritual connotations with other tv shows and movies. If you saw/remember other shows, please list 'em in this thread w/ a brief explanation. Here are a few off the top of my head;

Smallville (The Book of Ra references)
K-Pax (i saw a post on this, in our forums)
Stargate - Stargate Atlantis - Stargate Universe
Lexx - Tales of a Parallel Universe (1st 4 movies were amazing)
Martian Child (Kind'a like the real story of Boriska from Project Camelot)
10,000 BC (Pyramids, Ancient Gods from a different planet, etc, etc.)
Mortal Kombat (regarding chi, energy and chakras)
Mission from Mars (how earth was seeded from Martians)
Knowing (don't wanna ruin it, but OMG the ending !!!)
The Chronicles of Riddick (thoughts of Orion / negative civilization trying to take over w/ fear & force)
The Fountain (3 dimensions / 3 different selves of the same guy, trying to merge into a logos)
The Last Mitzy (kids create a wormhole portal from a box sent from the future)
Immortal - ad vitam (amazing - almost scary relationship to the Ra Material)
(05-17-2010, 08:16 PM)Bring4th_Monica Wrote: [ -> ]STAR TREK!!!
D'oh! How did I miss that one!

I will add the series Andromeda.
Different dimensions and also how they got from one to another dimension was exactly how Ra describes it - see my post that no one replied to at for details ..... /cry Tongue
The 4400. (read the forty-four, hundred). There is so much in this show. I tended to think the presence of Ra was with one (or more) of the writers before the end of season 3. All I can say is Promicin = Green. 50/50. Negative side from the future. Forced harvest. Whoa!

Just affirming. Stargate SG-1. A lot here again but one of the things is aliens helping people ascend. How many do it alone?

Fringe. Moreso about the negative elite and I suspect has things in areas I don't know. One clever line from one of the negative characters that gets caught, what I think about the conspiracy media a lot actually. 'Oh my god, you don't know anything do you, we worry so much you guys are looking over our shoulders. You've got to at least know there are two groups.'

Affirming Knowing. I think that was too much for a lot of people in the cinema.
(05-17-2010, 08:26 PM)Sorrun Wrote: [ -> ]D'oh! How did I miss that one!

I dunno. I was wondering that too! Tongue
Star Wars, dude. Mostly Episode IV, V, & VI.

Quote:Questioner: You mentioned the word “Empire” in relation to the Orion group. I have thought for some time that the movie Star Wars was somehow an allegory for what is actually happening. Is this correct?
Ra: I am Ra. This is correct in the same way that a simple children’s story is an allegory for physical/philosophical/social complex distortion/understanding.

Jedi training is attainable via The Men Who Stare At Goats. Big Grin
Hi good movie fans !

One movie that could represent the physical look of higher density beings
is "Cocoon", when "they" play cards, or when the captain peeks thrue a hole
in the wall, to see the "women-looking-entity". . .
. . .and she removes her human looking skin. . .

Remember ? The yellow light entity ?. . .

Blue skies.
LOST has gotten pretty spiritual in the last season!
Babylon 5!

B5 got me into Reincarnation, Pantheism, the Universal Consciousness and higher-level-entities interacting with us.
Definitely Babylon 5.

Battlestar Galactica.

I'll probably think of others and get back to you
Interesting that this thread was bumped because I was going to start a new one!

We don't have cable so our TV is limited, but last night we were watching What Would You Do? For those who are not familiar, it's a hidden camera show where actors are set up where basically one person is being abusive to another in public, and it tries to catch good samaritans stepping in and defending the victim. It's always good for some feel-good moments. Anyway, there was a set-up with a pretty blonde lady at a sushi restaurant, whose credit card gets declined. A "business man" steps into her rescue, consoling her for being down on her luck, and then offering her a "job" that would be for that night, cash immediately, etc etc... the young girl acts naive and of course people step in. One lady is obviously disturbed and carefully let the girl know that he was talking about prostitution, and asking her if she was actually interested in this kind of thing. She's very gentle and kind and steps in because it's obvious in the situations that the "victims" are asking for help.

I wasn't 100% sure, but I found the episode online just now and confirmed it. When the lady is asked why she did it by the producers when the cameras come in, she says:

"The Law of One. We're all one."

I had gotten chills! I didn't know until just now if it was for sure what she said, but it's clear if you watch the episode. I thought maybe she had said "We're all one. We're all one." Now I'm sure.

Time is at approx 13:00.
That clip is awesome.

"The Law of One. We're all one."

Simply put. Beautiful!
Are we totally missing the fact that Ra was a complete a****** in Stargate SG1?? He's the villian!

Not an accurate portrayal at all... nope.
Hi all.

Here is one I hope you can see from outside USA :

I did not get the
Quote:"The Law of One. We're all one."
Time is at approx 13:00.
because the video is NOT 13 minutes long. . .??

Sad, it's only a partial video.
Will try to find more. . .

EDIT do add:
The hulu site shows this:
** Sorry, currently our video library can only be watched from within the United States
. . .etc. . . **

Blue skies.
Hm, does this hulu link work for outside of the US?
Defenitely the show Lost. That show is DEEEEEEP and I mean DEEEEP! I really don't know how the writers come up with it all and tie it all together. The more knowledge you have the deeper it is.

And thanks for the link to the WWYD show. I never heard of that show but I like it!
Shugo Chara (Story about hearts eggs that show us our would be selves, revolves around a school with 4 guardians that specialize in finding, and opening the heart eggs of kids that don't believe in themselves or believe that they should do "whatever" instead of what they really wanted to do in the first place. 101 on to the guardians and "Open Heart Work." Obnoxiously over the top cute so beware if you start to turn into a little schoolgirl while watching....)

Graphically splendidly nice and candyesque but the storyline is... How shall I put this... Relevant to LoO once you get what they are talking about with the eggs and the characters and so forth and so on. Comes recommended but wont be surprised if no one takes up on that. Too many colors and cute scenes for most burly burly seekers. Wink
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005)
"The series follows the adventures of protagonist twelve-year-old Aang and his friends, who must bring peace and unity to the world by ending the Fire Lord's war against the other three nations." - Wiki

Sounds kinda cheese eh? .p But it is quite an amazing show, with many lessons of life. I remember the beginning being slow as I almost stopped watching it, I am very thankful I did not. Has three seasons: water, earth and fire.

Brother Sun, Sister Moon (1972)
"Francesco, the spoiled son of Pietro Bernardone, a wealthy textile merchant, returns home from fighting in the war between Assisi and Perugia. Struck by a feverish illness that has forced him to leave the war, Francesco lies on his bed tormented by visions of his past when he was a boisterous, arrogant youth. During a long recovery process, he slowly finds God in the midst of all, in poverty, chastity and obedience, experiencing a recovery not only of his body but of his soul." -Wiki

Shows the life of one who lives only for others. A memorable quote that I find so great- "I'm not seeking to be understood anymore, I want to understand!"

Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)
Musically tells part of the story of Jesus Christ, what ever one thinks of it. I find the boisterous acting and singing improves in making peoples thoughts and feelings visible. Thus the story seemingly simplified, much more easy to follow as to the "hows and whys".

Ergo Proxy (2006)
"Tens of thousands of years ago humans destroyed the atmosphere, lost 85% of the population and had to evacuate Earth. In a hasty attempt to insure the survival of humanity, a human regeneration project was left behind under the care of an unstable management system. In one of the remaining pieces of that project called Romdo City, the proud and cool-minded Re-l Mayer works as an inspector for the Citizen's Intelligence Bureau. During the process of an investigation she meets the earnest and unassuming Vincent Law. Soon after Re-l has a disturbing encounter with a monstrous intruder in her home. Unable to shake the strange feelings she experienced Re-l is drawn into the mystery and terrible fate of the Proxies with which she and Vincent are somehow connected. Together, Re-l and Vincent work to unravel the mystery of Vincent's true identity, the fate of the Proxies and what their future holds now that Earth's atmosphere has finally recovered." -animenewsnetwork

I remember having thoughtful moments of just pondering with this anime.
Good one on Lost. How could I forget.
(06-19-2013, 10:32 AM)xise Wrote: [ -> ]Good one on Lost. How could I forget.

I still can't wait to find the time to rewatch Lost. I always thought/felt Lost was showing me something but I don't know exactly what?

I believe that it was very similar to the Game of Life we play here on Earth called Duality and if you watched the show you see at the end they end up picking sides as well. Too deep to get into now but another day. And anyone who hasn't seen it yet congrats! B/c you are in for a treat!

The writers are beyond creative and the way they tie it all together is literally amazing.