Unveiling the layers of societal myths and conspiracy theories, “Zeitgeist: The Movie,” crafted by Peter Joseph, offers a provocative exploration into topics ranging from the myth of Jesus to the events of 9/11 and the workings of the Federal Reserve Bank. Initially released for free online via Google Video in June 2007, the documentary gained widespread attention, culminating in a remastered version premiering at the 4th Annual Artivist Film Festival & Artivist Awards on November 10, 2007.

With each issue and resolution presented in the film, a foundation of factual evidence underscores the call for awakening. The narrative urges collective action on a planetary scale, emphasizing the urgent need for a transition to a fossil fuel-free planet. Highlighting the misuse of power and resources by those in authority, the documentary challenges viewers to confront the manipulation and exploitation perpetuated by a select few corporations.

Amidst the prevailing greed and division, the film advocates for unity and cooperation, urging humanity to collectively shape a better future. It emphasizes the importance of embracing our shared humanity and choosing paths of compassion and understanding. Ultimately, “Zeitgeist: The Movie” prompts reflection on the choices we make and the legacy we leave for future generations.

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