Robert Garry, ex-military officer, wants nothing more than to maintain his integrity and his team's safety despite a career change to pirate leader, but a cargo freighter he targets proves to be holding much more than he bargained for. Will he escape with his own life, let alone the lives of his crew?
How do we find God in a senseless world where we are overloaded with information and technology, distraught by the futility of politics and are constantly being controlled by the machines of progress? In a world obsessed with power and control, many are finding the inner peace we all seek by taking a step back instead of "forward" to identify with nature and common sense, back to the Garden of Eden in a sense. God has a far deeper and more personal meaning beyond the increasing complications of world religions and the rapid "progress" that mankind claims to be experiencing.
From the unified mind's eye of Reality Press, author John Jay Harper comes the complete visionary integration of physics and metaphysics, a Science of Soul. Indeed, this spiritual blend of music with a finely-crafted scientific script filled-to-the-brim with facts will offer viewers the "lost key" to the secrets of the ages that was only briefly introduced in What the Bleep Do We Know? and The Secret.
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What is the meaning of existence? Is there a "Grand Architect"? Is there an ultimate truth searched for by countless generations and lost in the mists of time? Today we have a new science, a new terminology to explain and expound upon the biggest beliefs and religious systems. It has become apparent that the truth and understanding of our inner selves is, in the end, our ultimate quest. The void between belief and reality is indicative of the troubled planet we live on.
Twenty-one SonicMovies - stirring AuralPerformances enhanced with sound effects and musical scores - interwoven in a collaboration centuries in the making between some of the world's greatest musicians, poets, and entertainers featuring John Quincy Adams, Anna Laetitia Barbauld, Mathilde Blind, Ada Cambridge, Emily Dickinson, Frances E. W. Harper, Felicia Dorothea Hemans, William Earnest Henley, Lucy Larcom, James E. McGirt, Alice Christiana Meynell, Lydia Jane Peirson, and more.