[youtube]Insert video URL or ID here[/youtube]So, another interesting program from ANCIENT ALIENS last Tuesday night — the one I’m on. I think the first one, The Evidence, is the must see, but people talking to me have been as enthusiastic about the other two. (They all are on YouTube in 10-minute chunks, or $3.99 on iTunes). Mine, The Mission, will re-run Saturday 8-10 on the History Channel.
This series is a great contribution to what could be the most important piece of news ever. There’s nothing like what confirmation of other intelligence would do to jar us loose from our limited vision of reality in which we are so dangerous to Earth and one another. It’s the only thing I can imagine that would change our sense of who we are and what we’re doing here.
My argument is that when our juxtaposition to the cosmos changes, a sea change of worldview ensues. We need a sea change. We need to stop making war. Seriously. We need to supplant greed with mutual concern. We have to pull together. Egads, united we stand! That could refer to the world, where we would be one humanity in relation to ‘the other.’ One conversation. One fascination. That would put us in the best position from which to deal with all the challenges that face us.
On to the personal and that History Channel show. I thought I was younger. Oh well.
Here’s the crop circle segment of the show in a clip on YouTube!
As you can see, no mention of my movie in the show. Darn. I was just Producer/Director, and crop circle researcher. So, no run on DVDs this week. To help the cause, I’d especially appreciate shout-outs on your social networking sites — tell people about ANCIENT ALIENS and my wonderful movie: http://www.CropCircleMovie.com — and to sign up for the movie fan page: http://Facebook.com/whatonearth.
The crop circle segment was OK, but I wish I’d urged them to let me advise them on the segment. Any opinions out there?
I got this email from the production company, about the last two shows:
It has been confirmed with the History Channel that ANCIENT ALIENS, Episode Four: Closer Encounters, has been moved one week and will premiere on Tuesday, May 18 at 8pm. Episode Five: The Return is still scheduled to premiere on Tuesday, May 25th at 8pm.