I take to the radio to tune us into a bigger picture
What could get us thinking of ourselves as one humanity?
Cherokee Billie did another radio show with me to check into what’s been going on since What on Earth?, my crop circle documentary, came out in 2009 and we did a show. This half-hour, that we did last June, started with conversation about the circles but turned into talking about a lot more. I’m sharing it now because our government has gotten involved in UFO investigation, and with that phenomenon back in play it’s a decent bet we’ll be taking another look at the circles. As I’ve written before, they suffered a premature death in the public’s mind because when they are mentioned now it’s as if they all were hoaxed. However, what was mysterious a quarter century ago is still a mystery. There always were hoaxed formations but there are hundreds that are unaccounted for.
This is the description for the show:
Suzanne Taylor, a Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate of NYU, produces events, projects, and experiences that inspire humanity to go from self-service to caring about each other being as important as caring about ourselves.
She is the filmmaker for What On Earth?, the only crop circle documentary reviewed by The New York Times -- and it got a good review! She made it because the circles might prove we aren’t the only intelligence in the universe and that would shift mass consciousness. Then, from producing talks for TED she created her own producing platform at https://SUESpeaks.org, where SUE stands for Searching for Unity in Everything.
In light of how dangerous this world is, where humanity even could be facing extinction, she is in a unique position of rallying support for actions we-the-people could take to shift consciousness. Analyses of what got us here abound and there are blueprints for the world we’d like to be in. However, Suzanne has the only auspice that is dealing publicly with getting us from where we are to where we need to be. That’s what she will share about on this program.
You’ll also get a link to Billie. You’ll be impressed by the psychic work she does, and I recommend giving her a try. A reading also makes a unique gift for this gift-giving season!
For my appraisal of what’s going on now and more links to what’s in my crop circle world: https://SUESpeaks.org/crop-circles.
I like passing along tips and it’s screening time pre-awards in Hollywood, where I get to see almost all the new movies and TV series.
First, Blue Eye Samurai. I helped celebrate the first birthday of my next-door neighbors’ baby, and, fifteen years later, with her blue eyes defying her ethnicity, that one-year-old has turned into an avenging samurai warrior! Michael Green, a super-successful creator of many TV shows and movies – like producing Heroes on TV, and Logan, arguably the best super-hero movie -- along with his wife, Amber Noizumi, have made a wonderful new animated series with amazing characters and breathtaking action scenes. Set in Japan’s culturally restrictive Edo period, it’s on Netflix and gets 100% on Rotten Tomatoes!
A second recommendation is Goodbye Julia, a feature film from Sudan that’s sensitive and inciteful about the human condition. It’s on Apple TV+ and it also gets 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. Sudan doesn’t have an established film industry, so the movie has a lot of first-time participants on and off camera, and yet the quality of storytelling, which doesn’t have a false beat, is as high as anything Hollywood produces.
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