Friday, April 17, 2009

The Arrivals

My thanks to Tony Passarelli for the following article:

The prospect of writing about ‘The Arrivals’ is daunting. How do you review a 50 part online internet documentary that has turned into a global phenomenon? A series that for all of its fifty parts has drawn only one major criticism: that the series is too short!

I guess I can only attempt to rise to the challenge and direct the reader to the door that will open their mind to ‘The Arrivals’.

‘The Arrivals’ can be seen from any computer that is online for free. Google and YouTube video sites have many different uploads of the series from various users. There are also torrent sites from which you can download the entire 2 hour DVD version and burn onto disc. This gives you the option to watch ‘The Arrivals’ in the comfort of your living room on the television set, which might be the best option for those who get a little faint of heart at times because the pause button freezes the information download for a short while. Why only a short while? Because you’ll just have to know more.

So what is ‘The Arrivals’? It’s a documentary that exposes hidden truths and meanings about your very existence. It opens doors to truths that are hidden by their own clarity. The eyes of a population can be blind by their own sight. ‘The Arrivals’ is more than information to be uncovered: it is new knowledge and awareness, waking one’s inner consciousness.

From the very first episode the viewer is taken on a ride to a new awakening, with some very big shocks along the way as lifelong hopes and beliefs are catapulted to a new destination. This is not so much a journey but an inner leap to an unknown destination point that is way out of the average person’s comfort zone!

Prepare yourself for revelations that will shock the foundations of your soul. Are you feeling frightened? Has this review made you turn in an opposite direction? Is life better lived inside a comfortable shatter-proof box? Is your inner self speaking right now and telling you that what you don’t know can’t hurt you? Then maybe it is time to watch ‘The Arrivals’.

‘The Arrivals’ takes you on a trip through our world’s history, as well as its present and future. Then it drags you into the computer screen as you realise that your life story is being laid bare before your very eyes. You will lament. You will be enraged. You may be a little scared ... But above all, you will wake up the following day with a new awareness and a greater reason to live your life.

Enjoy the ride.

For more information on ‘The Arrivals’ visit The stated vision of the Wake Up Project is “to create powerful and meaningful films and multimedia projects, aimed at increasing positive change, social awareness and cross-cultural understanding. Their influence is to be positive, constructive, inspirational, and appealing to a global audience.”

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