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Dragons and Rings
     

Dragons and Rings

4.3 6
Director: Steve Mitchell

Cast: Steve Mitchell

 
Explore the questions that are too controversial to be addressed by contemporary scientists and archeologists as host Steve Mitchell takes viewers on a fascinating voyage into a world where fantasy, mystery, and myth collide. In a world where ancient stone monoliths, mysterious crop circles, and strange tales of dragons case mankind to constantly question their unique

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Explore the questions that are too controversial to be addressed by contemporary scientists and archeologists as host Steve Mitchell takes viewers on a fascinating voyage into a world where fantasy, mystery, and myth collide. In a world where ancient stone monoliths, mysterious crop circles, and strange tales of dragons case mankind to constantly question their unique role as the keepers of planet Earth, some of our greatest mysteries could perhaps be solved by linking quantum theory with UFOs, paranormal activities, and ancient wisdom passed down through the centuries. Could it be that ancient stone circles are somehow tied to crop circles and the UFO phenomena? Was there an ancient human race that possessed extensive knowledge of various inter-dimensional realities? If so, perhaps we can gain a better understanding of our surroundings by simply taking a look into the past, and opening our minds to the endless possibilities of our mysterious universe.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/19/2008
UPC:
0883629427331
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
NR
Source:
Reality Ent
Time:
1:15:00
Sales rank:
89,731

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dragons and Rings
1. Circle of Stones [4:23]
2. Ley Lines [2:37]
3. Orgone [5:24]
4. Maxwell [4:08]
5. Pythagorus [4:47]
6. Time [2:18]
7. Dimension [4:39]
8. Matrix [1:48]
9. Quantum [4:22]
10. Perception [3:47]
11. El [4:22]
12. Geometry [3:49]
13. Interdimensional [4:01]

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Dragons and Rings 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Steve Mitchell thoroughly examines such X-Files worthy topics as crop circles and bizarre British stone monuments, filtering everything through the no BS magnifying glass of a born skeptic. I only wish Mitchell could have been my science teacher in college, because although his documentary ascends to Steven Hawking levels of science, he&amp amp #8217 s actually quite fluent in laymen. This is great work.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a very interesting and informative look at UFO happenings including sightings and crop circles. They were explained in a way I had not previously heard. Very believable and detailed. This DVD was entertaining for me even as a UFO questioner.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first heard Steve Mitchell's voice on the DVD Science of Soul by author Dr. John Jay Harper. He is an interesting and eccentric host who somehow reminds me of a beloved college professor. He is extremely intelligent and adept at hosting this great DVD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Scientific facts about UFO and the paranormal realm. Before I watched this movie I had my doubts about UFO's, but this dvd definately changed my point of view!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Steve Mitchell’s “Dragons and Rings” offers complex scientific theories about ancient knowledge and how it relates to unexplained phenomenon such as extraterrestrial visitors, “crop circles” and “stone circles” similar to Stonehenge. The information about “orgone” and “dragon lines” is an extraordinary concept about how humans originated. The exploration into Quantum Theory and unexplained mysteries of the universe is notable, and it challenges many beliefs.