Prepare to gain a deeper understanding of the physical and spiritual nature of human existence as longtime astrologer Rick Levine demonstrates the profound effect of the cosmic cycles on both a personal and more universal level. With the assistance of computer animation to better illustrate his points, host Levine offers both insight into the flow of time and how planetary movement can be utilized in the mapping of time itself. A study in the relation between astrology and quantum physics illustrates the new direction in which the ancient practice of astrology is headed, and offers a compelling look at the role that it plays in a high energy-era of constant movement and change. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This movie has a very clear historical veiw of how astrology affects our lives.It shows the cosmic thread through events and reveals a pattern through the ages of paridgm shifts.
It is reflective abit of "What the bleep do we know" in that it relates to the Quantum side and reveals the patterns that take hundreds of years to be revealed.
It is monotone but information is worth it.
If you like history and astrology you will like this.
Rick Levine begins by introducing and defining Astrology. Next, he proposes an intriguing hypothesis: Skeptics use Newtonian physics to debunk Astrology. But Einstein's study of the very large, and Niels Bohr's Quantum Mechanics, the study of the very small, has made that thinking obsolete. Physics often views the strange nonintuitive world of subatomic particles in terms of waves. The movement of planets can also be thought of as waves occuring in cycles of years, decades and centuries making observation of cause and effect inaccessible. Then Mr. Levine tries to prove his point by correlating Astrological cycles to events in human history. For emphasis he uses historical stock photography mixed with an interesting CGI model of the solar system. This was smart since he isn't much to look at. Mr. Levine starts out strong but gets bogged down in speculation and fuzzy logic. His argument would have been better served if this 72 minute DVD was shortened to 50.