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This documentary takes a hard look at the archetypes associated with UFO sightings and alleged alien abductions; among the subjects tackled include the possibility that UFOs may exist in another dimension or as part of the human psyche, and how the strange phenomenon will affect humanity in the year 2012. ~ Tracie Cooper
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There are some interesting ideas at the center of this documentary: is UFO abduction a real phenomenon, or is it a product of our culture? Are these experiences ancient as well, and were they experienced as "angels and devils" in the past? Or as other mystical experiences, depending on a person's particular beliefs? An even more intriguing idea is that our unconscious produces these ideas of alien visitation out of a shared evolution. In other words, are we ourselves visitors from another planet? Did our ancestors populate Earth, and we're just recalling a common origin? There is such a similarity between alien abduction reports, it's hard to discount the possibilities. Two ways to explain this is by something as complicated as a universal consciousness or something as simple as media suggestion.
I must have watched Close Encounter of the Third Kind 50 times since it came out decades ago. I also watch any other movie or documentary that explores aliens and their visits to our Earth. Can we "prove" that beings from outer space have interacted with humans? Maybe not in the way science and skeptics would like, though Archetype of the UFO does a fabulous job in exploring alien visits throughout history. They tackle subjects such as whether or not aliens exist in reality or just our minds. Also, do they come from another dimension or were they living here on Earth long ago? Are we ourselves offspring of these ancient beings? This hour long DVD really pushes the viewer's thoughts outside of the box and has them looking at aliens and UFOs as something real and much more commonplace than we think.