Esoteric Agenda

The more humanity strays from its’ origin, the more we deny our bond with nature, the farther from perfection we become. We are the only creatures on the planet that use symbols in reference to something else. This documentary shows that we use symbols for absolutely everything the mind can conceive of. There is at least one word or icon or gesture to insinuate everything our five senses can detect and then some. But along with this beautiful gift comes a flaw.

Most people are unwilling to seek and create their own interpretations of these symbols. Instead, they blindly submit to preconceived definitions and connotations given by sources unknown. Because of this, many things have been predetermined in our understanding of life without our knowledge. Words can be perverted and used to manipulate rather than to inform. Symbols can be used to segregate rather than unite. And those given the responsibility and authority to disseminate information to the public possess the ability to do with it as they choose.

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  • leo

    Coo Coo crazy

  • martin

    names.places.dates.facts. message of love .not crazy too me .

  • Grun

    “.. not crazy too me.”

    That’s because either you are crazy yourself or, more likely, especially as you spell ‘to’ as ‘too’, you are stupid.

  • Mistress

    Dear Grun,

    He is dyslexic. So you’re just unkind for making the assumption that he is stupid.

    • Grun

      Mistress – how do you know he’s dyslexic? And I did not assume he was stupid, rather I just noted it as a possibility.

  • Lakhotason

    I have to stop watching this monstrosity at the point he proposes that if your sabbath is on Saturday you worship Saturn, or Sunday you worship  the sun god.  This means that each day’s name denotes your worship of that day’s god. How utterly absurd.  The sad part is some people will believe this garbage.

    • Amolatinitas

      What’s absurd about the origin of a word? What’s absurd to my way of thinking is ignorance. That’s for keeping to torch alighted.

    • Bighorse

      The names of the days in a week have their origins rooted in polytheism. The sad part is that more people don’t know this…

  • Lakhotason

    I have to stop watching this monstrosity at the point he proposes that if your sabbath is on Saturday you worship Saturn, or Sunday you worship  the sun god.  This means that each day’s name denotes your worship of that day’s god. How utterly absurd.  The sad part is some people will believe this garbage.

  • Anon

    It was the socialists all along! Wow that was unexpected!

  • Jordan

    This was absolutely breathtaking and beautiful beyond words. Midway through I was tempted to turn it off because I was getting depressed at our current reality, and I’m extremely glad I didn’t!

    Watch it til the end!