João Amorim’s Documentary on 2012 Doomsday

So far, the hype was limited to online media and the movies. Now the serious documentary makers have also jumped into the game.

João Amorim is a film maker . He has made several short films in the past and was nominated for Emmy Awards in 2009. Amorim is talented film maker.  This time João Amorim is ready with the documentary titled 2012: Time for Change.

Early synopsis points to the fact that it is based upon the book 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl by Daniel Pinchbeck. Amorim does not seem to be a guy who would fall for gibberish ideas. It is shocking to note that he has chosen the book which does not make any logical sense.   Daniel Pinchbeck’s ideas are in his imagination and do not have any relationship with the realities of the modern world.

2012: Time for Change does not cut with the logic. It has the old leaders and new unknown experts. There are no credible voices which could point to measurable changes which would occur in 2012.

His documentary talks about the changes at the conscious level. Are you serious? Can this ever happen? Any minor practitioner of statistical science will tell you the truth. And if you are pretty serious about the truth. Just run through the data on the number of people in jails, criminals, hospitals etc. Is documentary trying to say, criminals are going to vanish? What about it? Are the greedy leaders and corrupt politicians going to change at the conscious level in 2012? There is no relationship between the documentary and the realities of the world.

An intelligent documentary is still awaited to focus on the subject of 2012 doomsday.  Is anyone ready to take the challenge and offer the logical views on 2012 doomsday.

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