Truth of the Times 4 – The Sun VS The Snake (An in depth Zeitgeist Movie Response and Review)

The purpose of this series is 2-fold. First, I wish to bring to light the facts and fiction of the Zeitgeist movie and the movement in general. Secondly, I hope this video will serve as an example to other YouTube users as to the proper way to make a response video, namely cite all of your sources with at least a hyperlink if not APA or MLA. This allows people to see where you are coming from. What made Zeitgeist so engrossing was the flood of new information which formed a coherent argument with out having to cite sources or discuss which parts were only theory. This episode shows the sun is NOT the most adored object of all time. Some of my research in further episodes will show that many of the central themes in the film can be found in the discussion portion of Wikipedia articles as ideas that literally just came out of nowhere or poor attention to the detail of the origin of images and information from non-scholarly sources. I have seen a lot of responses to this film and finally decided that I should really make one to top them all by digging to the very source of each and every argument and presenting it alongside the response. These are issues of science and faith that shake people to the core and should not be so easily written off by any one person or movie with out a shred of evidence. This YouTube series is the living rough draft for the final feature film. All are encouraged to share their thoughts and point out where improvements could be made. If anyone
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 Responses to “Truth of the Times 4 – The Sun VS The Snake (An in depth Zeitgeist Movie Response and Review)”

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  • VinnfordSansbury:

    @royme55 Every detail is greatly important in this case and I would not label the foundations of these sources as small ones. I was just reading an article today which discussed the mistranslation of one Japanese verb which gave the USA the impression that they should drop the atomic bomb immediately back in WWII. So far we’ve covered that Horus, Krishna and Dionysus are not pre-cursor versions of Christ. That is a HUGE foundation of Mr. Joseph’s film. How can you call these details small?

  • royme55:

    The white noise of witch I speak is my point. I hate you people that will seize the smallest detail. You try and make a little piece huge to avoid the fact that the whole is greater than the sum of it’s parts. If it isn’t obvious to you that the maker of this film is just blowing smoke up your ass, you are beyond help. I don’t know why I get into these debates. You can’t win against an idiot they just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience. DONE

  • VinnfordSansbury:

    @royme55 What is there to debate? This video indicates that several sources were cited incorrectly and that Mr. Joseph should have researched the subject to a greater extent, checking his sources for errors and inconsistencies. Therefore, his argument is flawed. What is YOUR argument sir/ma’am?

  • royme55:

    What you are spouting is just white noise AKA bullshit. If you want the whole debate settled in just a few minutes by a very brilliant man. Just look up
    George Carlin – Religion is bull shit on Youtube he sums it up in terms that even the simplest of minds can understand. He voices my total thoughts on religion.

  • VinnfordSansbury:

    @royme55 The term you refer to is an exaggeration meant to illustrate a point. An idiom. Not the commun usage of the word. The actual word in the film is “adoration” a specific type of worship. Given the religious framing of the film, I highly doubt Mr. Joseph meant for it to be taken any other way, although given the fact English is so broken, I suppose he could. The framework would make such a comment ill-placed. The reasoing is just historicaly wrong. If it were true it WOULD be logical.

  • royme55:

    @VinnfordSansbury Does the term worship the ground she walks on ring a bell? You don’t think someone would pray to a patch of ground do you? It is a term use to show reverence as well. The main reason people don’t like the Zeitgeist is that it gives very logical reasons to not believe in a “God “.God is nothing more than mans need to explain things. There is no God other than in the minds of dependent humans. We need to put aside such childish things and grow as a race.

  • VinnfordSansbury:

    @royme55 I believe you have a very loose use for the term, “Worship”, one that does not apply to the majority of English speakers. From Dictionary d0 t c 0m:

    –verb (used with object)
    6. to render religious reverence and homage to.
    7. to feel an adoring reverence or regard for (any person or thing).

    Worship in the common usage requires a relgious framework and the assumption or belief that the object/person is aware of the worship

  • royme55:

    This commentary is one of the most stupid thing I have ever “started to watch”. The logic he presents is so flawed it is laughable. Don’t waste your time. If you have half a brain you can see he is an idiot. The term worship the sun is a general term. I think every human that has walked on this earth has at one time been a worshiper. Maybe not praying to the sun but at least realizing that all things come from it indirectly. Without it this would be a ball of ice spinning in a black cosmos.

  • 210Ninja:

    @RForman12 This is of course very apparent to a well educated person like yourself who logically follows the chain of sunlight-photosynthesis-plant-life-animal-life. However, imagine you had no idea that the sun was a key ingrediant to this recipe and you lived in a cave. Your scope of survival in this chain would probably be a lot smaller until you discovered farming and observed the sun-plant relationship daily.

  • RForman12:

    ugh.. without the sun , there would be no animals.

  • RForman12:

    ugh.. without the sun , there would be no animals.

  • schaduw11:

    the stars could be he most adored “object” of all times… but then again, what is the sun if not a star? and being the closest to our planet…
    modern man just assumes that drawings and sculptures meant worshiping the gods for ancient humans, when there is no proof whatsoever that they believed in gods and whorshiped them just like modern man does, through imagery and words and symbols adopted from other stories. ever played that game where a sentence has to “go through” a circle of people?

  • axe414:

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  • ignae:

    dude get a good micro, REALLY!!

  • VinnfordSansbury:

    Thanks again for this link. I finally got around to watching it. I believe I might even use some quotations for my next episode.

  • VinnfordSansbury:

    Thanks for the link. Episode 3 demonstrates this is obviously true.

  • basilcastanedajj:

    This is an excellent film, I downloaded it online for free at: watchmovies4free . o r g

  • KungFatty:

    have you seen the latest interview on projectcamelot . org with Jordan Maxwell ? he claims peter Joseph of zeitgeist used him as the inspiration for that film ,

  • Greddyy23:

    I agree to your comment. But even there is no need to know this film to understand, what da shit religion is. :)

  • VinnfordSansbury:

    Not everyone HAS that reaction unfortunately. Many who watch this film assume since it has so many quoted sources all of it MUST be true and it either reinforces their smug disdain for religion or puts their faith and life in to crisis. I personally know a man who totally abandoned his faith after reading just ONE of Acharya S’s books. That WAS his research and he was a different sadder man thereafter. Not everyone in the world knows how to differentiate which sources are academically sound.

  • Greddyy23:

    It is positive thing, when people are encouraged to investigate their belief systems and etc. :)

  • VinnfordSansbury:

    So you are saying that lies are okay as long as they make you think?

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