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Megiddo II: The New Age (2005)

| Documentary | Video 2005
Some of the most famous people of modern times (including Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, and Adolf Hitler) have been influenced by the controversial New Age movement that has re-awakened ... See full summary »

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Christian J. Pinto
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Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Kent Hovind ... Himself (as Dr. Kent Hovind)
Dave Hunt Dave Hunt ... Himself
J.Z. Knight J.Z. Knight ... Herself (archive footage)
Caryl Matrisciana Caryl Matrisciana ... Herself
Stanley Monteith Stanley Monteith ... Himself (as Dr. Stan Monteith)
Christian J. Pinto Christian J. Pinto ... Narrator (voice)
Anni Sano Anni Sano ... Mrs. Fox (voice)
Joe Schimmel Joe Schimmel
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Some of the most famous people of modern times (including Charles Darwin, Thomas Edison, and Adolf Hitler) have been influenced by the controversial New Age movement that has re-awakened mankind's communication with the spirit realm. Full of highly detailed research, this film challenges even the most skeptical viewer to consider the consequence of this global awakening. Written by Anonymous

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2005 (USA) See more »

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Megiddo: The March to Armageddon. Part II See more »

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Adullam Films See more »
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Poorly researched and extremely biased.
15 March 2019 | by jmattstollSee all my reviews

This silly documentary is a sad attempt at scaring people away from being independent thinkers and questioning authority, however It is nothing more than personal opinion and blind faith. No irrefutable proof or evidence is provided to back up their claims. They are completely biased and clearly have not done their due diligence in fully researching these so-called "harmful" new age beliefs, sciences, and spiritual practices. Just another limited viewpoint from desperate Bible literalists. Seriously guys, who are you trying to convince?


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