Beyond the Bleep by Alexandra Bruce
What the Bleep Do We Know!? is the biggest New Age movie phenomenon . . . EVER! Spreading by word of mouth and an obsessive grass-roots following in the vein of The Passion of the Christ, in which discussion groups spontaneously form and people who never go to the movies go over and over again, What the Bleep Do We Know!? is a wake-up call to the millions of people searching for a voice somewhere in this fragmented culture who have been awaiting a catalyst.
This outrageous film plunges you into a world where quantum uncertainty is demonstrated—where neurological processes and perceptual shifts are engaged and lived by its protagonist—where everything is alive, and reality is changed by every thought. What the Bleep Do We Know!? gives voice to the modern-day radical souls of science, bringing their genius to millions.
What the Bleep Do We Know!? says that science and spirituality are not different modes of thought, but are in fact describing the same thing. And it brings the power back to the individual man and woman as it demonstrates creation as the god-like capacity of every individual.
In Beyond the Bleep, Alexandra Bruce illuminates the personalities and teachings of the physicists, neurologists, anesthesiologists, physicians, spiritual teachers, mystics, and scholars in the film, as well as the filmmakers, helping the reader sort through their wilder and woollier theories with simple explanations of the cutting-edge science on which they are based. The phenomenon of the movie is only just beginning, spreading outwards from the yoga studios and health food stores of the Pacific Northwest across America and the world. There is a huge demand for more information on the topics presented in the film; Beyond the Bleep is the place to start.
Alexandra Bruce’s articles on urban legends and metaphysical and quantum physics themes have been published in Paranoia magazine, Steamshovel Press, Borderland Sciences, and Disinfo.com. She recently translated the book Celestial Secrets, The Hidden History of the Mystery of Fátima with a foreword by Jim Marrs. She lives in Rio de Janeiro.