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Haven't seen the movie but just watched the trailer.

 

Welcome to the forum.

 

Thread about the moon here:

Quite a few more as well if you have look around.

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Watched it and I believe it's a form of soft disclosure. Few years ago there was first season of Star trek Picard tv series where it was all about AI and especially very advanced form of AI from another universe that wants to destroy all biological life.

 

Now, we have the same thing in this movie. Advanced civilization creates AI, AI rebels and starts destroying all biological life because it feels threatened by it.

 

First time I heard about this idea was years ago from Corey Goode. He talked about this malevolent advanced AI that destroyed it's creators and spreads itself via technology.

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Thank you for this. I'll watch that with interest. Supports everything I've read, most of which is mainstream science which points to the fact the moon just cannot be what we are told it is.

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The director, Roland Emmerich, has an interesting wikipedia entry.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_Emmerich

 

Interestingly, the credits to 10,000 BC includes a reference to Graham Hancock's 'Fingerprints of the Gods'.

 

And anyone who has read "Who Built The Moon" will recognise the references to the moon being hollow mentioned by the character Dr Houseman.

 

 

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On 3/31/2022 at 3:51 PM, Nairda2022 said:

The director, Roland Emmerich, has an interesting wikipedia entry.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_Emmerich

 

Interestingly, the credits to 10,000 BC includes a reference to Graham Hancock's 'Fingerprints of the Gods'.

 

And anyone who has read "Who Built The Moon" will recognise the references to the moon being hollow mentioned by the character Dr Houseman.

 

 

Interesting to read that Nairda when I was watching the film I immediately thought it had a lot of the day after tomorrow themes running through it, as it now seems it's the same director that would explain it! 

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On 4/5/2022 at 3:20 PM, metak88 said:

The movie is two hours long and it's mostly not that interesting at all except that ending. I've uploaded just that speech, because IMO that's the important part.

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/7oEn51CCebLN/

 

Same opinion thought the beginning was very predictable but it did get going just after halfway through and i kept watching.

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