Arrival and All Eyez On Me About Tupac Shakur Release on 11/11

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It’s no coincidence that some very interesting films are releasing this year on 11/11. Last year we purposely premiered Part 1 of the documentary film Time is Art in seven cities on 11/11 (learn more about how to support the making of Part 2).


The film is adapted by a book by Sci-fi writer Ted Chiang who also wrote a book called ‘Hell is the Absence of God’. The movie is about a linguist who attempts to communicate with aliens through their symbolic language. According to thousands of testimonies from people who have had contact, communication with other beings is mostly done through telepathy. There are also many people who channel alien writing or glyphs from angels and other non-physical beings through automatic writing. However, most of them have no idea what these writings mean.

Contact is one seriously hot topic. According to mainstream media outlets we continue to search for alien life yet thousands of cases of contact with individuals have been documented since the dawn of civilization.  For years people via the internet have been prophesying “contact” as the mainstream understands it, will happen in the form of a false flag.  Many believe official group contact will not happen until at least half the planet has raised their consciousness (and we are nowhere near the tipping point). Check out James Gilliand’s excellent presentation on the subject.

Apparently there are even leaked documents that suggest Hillary will use a fake alien invasion to save her campaign. Plenty of Americans have no idea how corrupt the Clintons are, therefore, I think its a little too early for that kind of desperation.

The film received 100% on Rotten Tomatoes from early reviewers.   Still, I’m always a little skeptical of the purpose of films about group ‘contact’, especially since most hollywood films are often used as some form of propaganda.


This film is about Tupac Shakur who was most likely assassinated by the CIA (like many activist/artists throughout history).  His mother’s character, Afeni Shakur who was certainly “tapped in” appears in the film. She acted as her own criminal defense attorney after being accused of participating in bombings as a member of the Panther 21. His step-aunt and godmother, Assata Shakur is the legendary figure within the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Army who now lives in Cuba, where she has political asylum. Assata was convicted May 2, 1973, of killing of a New Jersey state trooper during a shootout that left one of her fellow activists dead. She was shot twice by police during the incident and has long proclaimed her innocence.  Tupac’s family probably told him at very early age what was really going on behind the scenes which he wrote about in his songs.

Both of these films were made by people most likely also tapped into the 11:11 phenomenon. Numbers and numerology prove that the unseen has the power to connect millions of people all over the world, not only to the metaphysical realms but to themselves and communities that are awakened.

Let me know what you think of these films in the comments below.

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